In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk with singer Niki Haris, who headlines the Gene Harris Coming Home Coming Together 20th Anniversary Concert; Asheville, N.C.-based acoustic string band Fireside Collective, who will be making their debut at The Livery; and “Under Their Thumb” author Bill German, who shares his tales from his years in the inner sanctum of the Rolling Stones, at The Acorn Theater.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk with the Fun Squad as part of the New Territory Arts Association’s Summer Solstice Art Hop; Cara Ronk about the “Michiana Area Art Competition” at the Box Factory for the Arts; and Benjamin James who plays The Livery.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about the Twin City Players new production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"; Billy Strings headlining the Makers Trail Festival; and Decades Rewind returning to the Lake Michigan College Mendel Center Mainstage Theatre.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about The Accidentals concert at the KitchenAide Senior PGA Championship; The Mendel Center’s new season announcement; and comedian Billy Gardell of “Mike & Molly Fame” playing Four Winds’ Silver Creek Event Center.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass including interviews with Ben Kaufmann of Yonder Mountain String Band and blues guitarist Albert Cummings; and The GhostLight Theatre’s inaugural Link’d In Putt-Putt Tournament.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about GhostLight Theatre’s encore presentation of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf”; The Clairvoyants tour stop at Four Winds Casino’s Silver Creek Event Center; Deep Greens & Blues return to The Livery; and Women of Riversong at the Box Factory for the Arts.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about “Series 3: Nothing Is Ordinary,” three new exhibitions from Doug Klemm, Tom Van Valey, and Andy Sawyer at the Box Factory for the Arts; Bassel & The Supernaturals at The Livery; Short Attention Span Theater at The Acorn Theater; and Eddie Money at Four Winds Casino’s Silver Creek Event Center.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra's "Latin Rhythms” concert featuring guitarist Jiji Kim; Henhouse Prowlers at The Livery; and Gilmore Young Artist Wei Luo.
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul talk about Funk Fest at The Livery featuring both Cory Wong & The Green Screen Band and The North 41; CMW’s production of “Annie Jr.”; and “Mutts Gone Nuts” at The Mendel Center.
This week, Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul Mow talk about Krasl Art Center's new exhibition, "Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints;" Lake Michigan College's production of "Hairspray;" and classic rock band, Kansas.
This week Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul Mow talk with John Owens about the Lake Michigan College Music Department's Holiday Collage Concert, Sasha Alcott from When Particles Collide who will be performing in Buchanan and The Fantastick's who will be performing at The Acorn Theater.
This week Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul Mow talk to Jay Leno who is performing at Four Winds Casino's Silver Creek Event Center and Chip Davis from Mannheim Steamroller who will be performing at the Mendel Center Mainstage.
This week Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul Mow talks with Susan Matheny from CMW about their performance ofJoseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Nora Struthers who perform at the Livery on Friday and Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers.
This Week Jeremy D. Bonfiglio and Paul Mow talk to Tami Miller the Curator at the Krasl Art Center about 2 new exhibitions opening on Friday along with Leah Tirado about the SMSO and The Livery presenting a Collaborative Puerto Rico Strong Hurricane Relief Concert on Sunday and Jeff Daniels who will be performing at The Acorn Theater.