This week, Sonic Lunch is bringing in two amazing acts to take the stage. Due to this, Chris Bathgate will take the stage at 11:30, while BØRNS will follow. You are not going to want to miss this show!
Additionally, Conor O’Neill’s will be on-site with lunches available for purchase.
Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch concert series presents singer/songwriter/slide-guitarist extraordinaire Luke Winslow-King on Thursday, August 6 at Liberty Plaza in downtown Ann Arbor.
A native of Cadillac, Michigan, Winslow-King moved to New Orleans some fourteen years ago and quickly became immersed in that city’s rich musical heritage. A hardworking musician who has shared stages with the likes of Jack White, the Rebirth Brass Band, and Taj Mahal, Luke has a strong interest in early blues and traditional jazz, and his music also includes some folk and rock & roll.
Look for a harmonious blend of cover tunes and original material when Luke Winslow-King takes the stage at Sonic Lunch at Noon on Thursday, August 6. — Martin Bandyke, ann arbor’s 107one
Can you believe that we are officially into August!? The sad news about that is we only have 4 more Sonic Lunch shows for the season; but the good news about that is we have 4 AMAZING shows lined up for you!
This week, Luke Winslow-King will take the Sonic Lunch stage to bring a New Orleans sound to Tree Town. The show will begin at noon in Liberty Plaza as always.
This weeks lunch vendor won’t disappoint either as we are bringing in Knight’s!
Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch concert series is pleased to present the Grand Rapids-based indie-folk trio Bennett for a performance at Liberty Plaza on Thursday, July 30.
With influences ranging from Andrew Bird to John Denver to the Avett Brothers, Bennett is comprised of guitarist Josiah Gentry, keyboardist Nicholas Warren, and violinist/mandolinist Nick Rolls, and the three musicians have quickly gained a following in West Michigan with their heartfelt tunes and intricate vocal harmonies.
Celebrating their third anniversary, this “group of brothers at heart” have already played at Michigan’s prestigious Common Ground and Wheatland Music Festivals, and are sure to impress us in Ann Arbor for their Sonic Lunch concert. Bennett (named after the street where Josiah Gentry lived as a kid) will deliver their modern folk harmonies at Noon on Thursday, July 30th as part of the 8th season of Sonic Lunch. — Martin Bandyke, ann arbor’s 107one
This Thursday, July 30th, Bennett will take the Sonic Lunch stage beginning at noon. The Grand Rapids trio is gearing up for a show that won’t disappoint.
While your in Liberty Plaza enjoying the sights and sounds, be sure to stop by the Sonic Lunch tent for your 2015 merchandise as well as our food tent where Red Rock will be serving up a tasty lunch.
Hope to see you there!