September 17, 2014

Free Summer Concert Series Begins

Amy Rich
Kim Maul croons Cryin' in the Rain for the crowd gathered outside the Standish Depot. She enjoys scheduling gigs for the band and keeps them busy all summer.
Amy Rich
Really getting into the music, Red Schnell, seated third from left, is a member of the Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame.
Amy Rich
Dave Maul tests his strings before the Sunshine String Band performs Hey Good Lookin'. Maul enjoys his busy summer schedule with the band.
Amy Rich
Running the sound board, Chris Lorey runs multiple sound checks before the performance begins.
Amy Rich
The gray skies and chilly weather weren't enough to keep a crowd from gathering for the Arenac Heritage Route Authority's first summer concert performance.
Amy Rich
The Sunshine String Band opens the summer concert series Thursday, June 9. Crosscut Larson plays mandolin, musical saw and chromatic harmonica, Kim Maul plays guitar and harmonica, Red Schnell plays guitar and bass, and Dave Maul plays bass.
Photo
1
2
3
4
5
6
Posted

Bringing a little brightness to a dreary weather day, The Sunshine String Band opened the second annual summer concert series on Thursday, June 9. The Arenac Heritage Route Authority, who hosts the concert series, was pleased to welcome the Michigan bluegrass hall of fame group back to the Standish Depot. The Sunshine String Band is no stranger to the county, having performed at Depot Days as well as the summer concert series in 2010. “We love playing anything outside. This is one of our favorite gigs,” bass player Dave Maul said. Heads were bobbing and feet were tapping as the band played old favorites like Hey Good Lookin’ and Yes Sir, That’s My Baby. The concert series will continue throughout the summer, with performances taking place rain or shine. The public is invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit out and enjoy each evening event.

Copyright © 2014, Sunrise Publishing. Powered by: Creative Circle Advertising Solutions, Inc.