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Live Music all Weekend at Arts in Harmony!

A good time will be had by all, May 2 & 3!  Prepare for some fun and a full weekend of live, free music!

The music lineup for this year’s Arts in Harmony will include both local and imported talent and a broad spectrum of musical genres that range from bluegrass to blues and folk to funk.

Kicking off the festival at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, is singer/songwriter Steve Tyner, whose band Jenny’s Bad Hair Day, plays frequently in venues in and around Evansville.

Posey County’s Circle of Friends takes over at noon with a repertoire that includes country, pop, rockabilly, and standards.

Harmony Road is next at 2 p.m., serving up a tasty musical menu of pop, folk, blues, country, and originals, all in lush three-part harmony.

Native American recording artist Michael Jacobs takes over at 3 p.m.

At 6 p.m. there will be dancing in the street as Evansville’s popular Honey Roy Band deliver a set of funk and rhythm & blues.

On Sunday at noon, neo-traditionalists Dana and Susan Robinson will perform acoustic folk music that evokes the sounds of the Appalachian hills.

At 1:30 the Flatheads will play bluegrass, folk, rock, jazz, blues, and world music.

Capping the bill at 3:30 will be the blues/rock quartet of Tommy Stilwell, Mike Rodenberg, Carl Rodenberg, and Mickey Grimm!

About Laura Foster Nicholson

Laura Foster Nicholson is a textile artist known for her handwoven tapestries. She has been active in the art and business community since arriving in New Harmony since 2006, and owns LFN Textiles, designing ribbons and household textiles, selling her creations locally at the Mews and the Contemporary Gallery shop.

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