My friends, Beth Milligan and Joe Beyer, are hosting an outdoor concert at their Stone Hill Farm in Old Mission this Friday, August 26, 2022. Tickets are still available here.
Here’s the info from Joe…
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Enjoy live and local outdoor music surrounded by beautiful orchards and a possible Harvest Moon as The Boardman Review presents another “Pleasant Evening of Music at Stone Hill Farm,” featuring Jack M. Senff & The Rolling Hill Band with Eliza Thorp and Thomas & Dark.
Doors open at 6 p.m., with music starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance online and $20 at the door. Children 12 and under are free.
Hot Dogs and Veggie Dogs are included from the grill (until they run out), along with sweet treats by Hannah Lane. Local beers and wine will be available to purchase with a valid ID. Bring your own camp chairs or blankets for the perfect seat. Please no outside alcohol or pets. Limited onsite free parking, consider carpooling.
Stone Hill Farm is located at 3823 Old Mission Road on the Old Mission Peninsula.
About the Artists:
Jack M. Senff is a folk-based songwriter from here in Northern Michigan. He will be performing — for the first time in town — at full power with his ever-changing cadre of friends and musicians he calls “The Rolling Hill Band.” Filled with emotional highs, lows, and all those colors that live between, Jack and the band are excited to bring his songs to life. You can hear his newest record, “Low Spirit,” wherever you listen to music. Learn more at his website.
Eliza Thorp is a singer-songwriter also from the wilds of Northern Michigan. She grew up on Carole King, Van Morrison and lots of Simon and Garfunkel. She credits her grandmother, Peg, for instilling a deep love for tickling the ivories. Her songs are often inspired by her daily adventures outside with her peanut-butter loving dog, Mia. If you listen closely, you can sometimes hear the trails woven into her stories. Learn more at her website.
Thomas & Dark is the emotive pairing of drummer Will Thomas and guitarist Chris Stefanciw. A creative force built on rhythm, trust and improvisation, their set will be a deep dive into the creative well, where all is possible and nothing is certain.