Live At The Fold, Virtual Concert Series
September 22, 2020
Hiawatha is so very thankful for our viewers who are able to make a contribution to these wonderful musicians and the Co-op. We sincerely appreciate and value each dollar that is given and we know that all musicians are appreciative of the opportunity to play and gain income as well! We can’t thank you enough!
Please join us as we host a virtual concert series on our own Facebook page! We are pleased to offer this sampling of traditional music performers during the shutdown of all live music events. We are featuring our favorite local traditional music performers and reaching out to regional and national performers as well. Our concert is presented each Thursday evening at 7:00 pm EST. Donations are accepted and greatly appreciated but not required. Donations are divided between the performer and the Hiawatha Music Co-op. Every donation helps us all “keep the music going” and our spirits up!
Coming up next on April 15th, Dan Truckey! Dan has been a long-time supporter of Hiawatha Music Co-op, having served as Area Coordinator for Festival Workshops, a member of the Concert/Event Committee, and collaborator between HMC and the Beaumier UP Heritage Center among many other roles. He’s also played with local irish/celtic band, The Knockabouts for many years!
In the fall of 1988, Daniel Truckey played his first solo performance at Whiskers on Presque Isle Ave in Marquette, Michigan. Since that time, Whiskers has been torn down but Dan is still writing, recording, and playing his music. Over the past 33 years, he has performed his songs in clubs, coffee houses, bars, festivals, and concert halls from Connecticut to Nebraska, and over the past 14 years has made Marquette his home base. Dan grew up in a very musical family and spent his early years in Flushing, Michigan, before moving to Wakefield in the western U.P. at the age of 11. At the age of 17, his family moved to Munising and he then attended Northern Michigan University, graduating in 1990 with a degree in History and minor in music. He then lived in Ohio, New York, Connecticut, and Iowa before he moved back to Michigan in 2002. After several years in Traverse City, he made his way back to Marquette, where he runs the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center at NMU. Besides his life as a museum curator, Dan is a singer-songwriter and musician who has played in everything from jazz/blues combos to rock bands and most recently with the Celtic trio, The Knockabouts. All along, he has also carved out a life as a solo artist and has recorded six solo albums and one as a duo with his brother Drew Truckey, the 2008 album by The Truckey Boys, “The Family Hour.” His most recent album, “The Incurable Romantic” features 15 songs about the romance of life, in all its many forms. The album is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and many other streaming services.
You can also find this album and others at: www.danieltruckey.bandcamp.com
It will be presented every Thursday from 7:00pm – 8:00pm
April 1 – Paul Brown and Terri McMurray
April 8 – Joe Newberry
April 15 – Dan Truckey
April 22 – Don Pedi
April 29th – Joe Decosimo
May 6 – Dave Bett
May 13 – Annie and Rod Capps
May 20 – Sarah Pajounen
May 27 – Si Kahn
June 3 – Open Mike
Our past Live at The Fold line up
We began on May 21, 2020 with our own Board member, Jeff Krebs, aka “Papa Crow”, and fun and imaginative songs and all things for kids. http://papacrow.com
May 28th, we featured another Board member, John Gillette and his wife and music partner, Sarah Mittlefehldt, and their beautiful harmonies, songs and sentiments.
On June 4th, Hart, Harp & Bones gave us an hour of country and blues, Louisana style, with Bill Hart, Fast Eddie (Consolmagno) and Randy Seppala who took us on a walk to the bayou.
On June 11th, we had to cancel Kerry Yost at the last minute due to technical difficulties.
On June 18th, we brought in a new friend of a Board Member and enjoyed Jeff Blaney, a singer/songwriter hailing from many places, most recently, Connecticut.
On June 25th, local singer/songwriter, Troy Graham gave us a great show of songs he has written and long time favorites.
July 9th we featured local singer/songwriter, Dylan McKenzie-Trost
July 16th we featured local band, The Fiddle Pickers
July 23rd we featured a band from Hawaii, Desmon Haumea
July 30th we featured our new friend, Camilla Amirrati
August 6th we featured Waaywiyeyaa
August 13th we featured local Celtic band, The Knockabouts
August 20th we featured Ben Hassenger, Michigan’s Ukulele Ambassador
August 27th we featured local singer/songwriter, Kerry Yost
September 3rd we featured Frank Youngman and Mark R Schrock
September 10th we featured Via Mardot
September 17th we featured Ben Hassenger, Jeff Krebs and Friends
September 24th we featured Jason McInnes and his students
October 1st, we featured Sarah Mittlefehldt and John Gillette, with Sylvia
October 8th, we featured Zoe Speaks
October 22nd, we featured The Davis Duo – Rachael Davis and Dominic John Davis
October 29th, we featured Strung Together
November 5, we featured Randy Kaplan
November 12, we featured Annette and Phil Watts
November 19th, we featured Mustard’s Retreat
December 3rd, we featured Corinne Rockow
December 10th, we featured The Knockabouts
December 17th, we featured Jeff Krebs
January 7th, we featured Clare Zuraw
January 14th, we featured Rachael Davis and Lindsay Lou
January 21st, we featured local musician, Ethan Bott
January 28th, we featured House of Hamill
February 4th, we featured local musician, John Davey
February 11th, we featured
Robert Jones and Matt Watroba
February 18th, we featured Who Dat Brass
February 25th, we featured Frank and Allie Lee
March 3rd, we featured, Sally Rogers
March 11th, we featured, Tret Fure
March 18th, we featured, Hiawatha Festival alumni, Susan harrison
March 25th, we featured Westbound Situation
April 1st, we featured our friends, Paul Brown and Terri McMurray
April 8th, we featured our friend, Joe Newberry