December 21, 2014

Free Concert Series Continues with Vinyl Misst.

Amy Rich
Speakers boomed at the Depot and audience members at the second event of the summer concert series were treated to a variety of hits from the 1960's and 1970's including covers from artists like Hank Williams and Paul Simon.
Amy RIch
Vinyl Misst's Paul Johannes had the crowd clapping as he performed hit songs with his golden flute while Tom Birchler plays an accompaniment on his guitar. Johannes and Birchler have been performing together for nearly six years.
Amy Rich
Lawn chairs of all shapes and colors could be seen popping up around the Depot for the Vinyl Misst concert.
Amy Rich
Tom Birchler and Paul Johannes of Vinyl Misst perform Paul Simon's Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard for the group gathered at the Standish Depot June 16.
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The Standish Depot was once again filled with toe tapping onlookers as the Arenac Heritage Route Authority hosted the second act in its free summer concert series. Sponsored by the Saganing Eagle’s Landing Casino, the Thursday, June 16 event brought the duo Vinyl Misst to the area for the first time. “Tom’s performed near Bay City before, but this is new frontier for me,” said Paul Johannes who hails from White Lake, Michigan. Johannes played a variety of instruments including keys, saxophone and flute, while his partner Tom Birchler played guitar and covered lead vocals. The group said they enjoyed coming to the Standish area. Vinyl Misst, whose name originated from vinyl RPM records, played a variety of cover songs from the 1960’s and 1970’s.

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