The Indian Village Woman’s Garden Club is sponsoring free concerts in the Centennial Garden on July 11 and August 4, 2013. The Centennial Garden is on the southeast corner of Seminole and Charlevoix in Detroit’s Historic Indian Village.
Lee Murdock: in Concert at the Centennial Garden
July 11, 2013
Potluck 6:00, Music 7:00
Lee Murdock is well known as a singer and story teller of the Great Lakes. His timeless music is grounded in the work song tradition, from the rugged days of lumberjacks and wooden sailing schooners. His songs find drama and inspiration in the lives of sailors and fishermen, lighthouse keepers, ghosts, shipwrecks, outlaws and everyday heroes.
Sweet Willie Tea: Concert in the Indian Village Centennial Garden
Sunday, August 4, 2013, 5:15pm
Sweet Willie Tea recreates the tradition of the original blues minstrels. He performs as a “one-man-band” using vintage instruments like the diddly-bow, cigar box guitar, and dobro while singing and accompanying himself on percussion and the Mississippi saxophone (harmonica).
Everyone was invited. Free refreshments were be provided by the Indian Village Woman’s Garden Club.