Decembersongs Acoustic Celebration, Dec. 10

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012, 8:34 am
Dudley "Smitty" Smith

Pump House Concerts presents our annual holiday concert featuring DECEMBERSONGS! The concert will be on MONDAY, December 10th, with music at 7 pm and will feature four friends singing songs of the season as old as the ages and as fresh as new fallen snow. These are all acclaimed singer/songwriters, trading original holiday songs ‘in the round’.




Amy Speace (songs recorded by Judy Collins), Jon Vezner (Grammy winner), Dan Navarro and Sally Barris (Grammy nominees) will entertain us for the 3rd year in the smallest and most intimate venue they will perform in.

Decembersongs will perform only 11 shows, including Nashville's Bluebird Café, Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music, & New York's The Living Room.

Come see them at The Pump House - the smallest, most intimate venue where this group will EVER perform.

Dan Navarro has spent the past 30 years as a singer and voice actor. His songs have been recorded by artists from Pat Benatar to The Bangles, Dionne Warwick, Dave Edmunds, and many more.

"Amy Speace is a remarkable artist, writer, singer and performer... I am a total fan." - Judy Collins

Grammy award-winning songwriter Jon Vezner is a tunesmith of rare sensitivity and dry wit. His songs have been recorded by Martina McBride, John Mellencamp, Nancy Griffith, Faith Hill, Clay Walker, Diamond Rio, Kathy Mattea, and many others.

Whether in her own hands or those of hit artists like Martina McBride or Lee Ann Womack, Grammy nominated Sally Barris' music makes an indelible impression.

Tickets $25 at the door, $20 in advance at

Sponsored by the Wild Goose Inn

Pump House Concerts is a neighborhood run Listening Room, open to all, located at 368 Orchard Street in East Lansing, Michigan. The finest Americana roots music is presented in an intimate environment. For more info, contact or call Smitty at 517-927-2100.

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