When the Ten Pound brings Newfoundland singer/guitarist Matthew Byrne to The Robin Theatre this weekend, he promises "a lot of storytelling," "discussion about his musical upbringing" and "a lesson on the Newfoundland Folk Music tradition." Christopher Wardell has the story.
Come out of hibernation for this weekend's annual Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival featuring concerts, sing alongs, workshops, and a free childrens' concert. Christopher Wardell tells you what to expect (and why it won't include Sonny & Cher.)
This Friday, the Ten Pound Fiddle delivers the second part of “The American Experience” with old friends Matt Watroba and The Rev. Robert Jones presenting “From Roots to Rap, A Musical Celebration of History and Diversity.” Christopher Wardell reports.
East Lansing High School's Encore Strings is one of only eight groups in the state chosen as a "featured ensemble" at the 2019 Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids. ELi's Christopher Wardell reports on the hard work that leads up to such an honor.
What do you do when you're a ‘want-to-do-everything person,’ and there isn't a Highland Scottish Dance studio when you want one? If you're Allie Gibson Murad, you make your own. Ann Kammerer has the story.
Can a drama written in the 1950s about the witch trials of the 1600s be relevant to a contemporary audience? East Lansing High School's Theater Department is ready to answer that question in the affirmative. ELi's Sarah Spohn reports.
In conjunction with the Ten Pound Fiddle Concert Series, the 33rd annual Women in the Arts Festival (WITA) is set for November 9th and 10th and will be headlined by singer-songwriter Laura Love. ELi's Christopher Wardell has the scoop.
What do you do when you need a Good Witch and Bad Witch to round out your Emerald City? ELi's Somer Sodeman tells you how East Lansing's Wild Goose Inn got creative just in time for the City's Great Pumpkin Walk.
This Saturday, local musician Matt Borghi brings his ambient, improvisational brand of music to the East Lansing Public Library. According to Borghi, it might be "the best thing that you do for your peace of mind all week."