LIVE AT THE FOLD, VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES
May 28, 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. We can’t thank you enough!
Please join us for our virtual concert series, Live from The Fold, on our Facebook page! We are pleased to begin our series with our local favorite musicians! It will be presented every Thursday from 7:00pm – 8:00pm.
On July 9th, we welcome Dylan McKenzie- Trost to The Fold. McKenzie-Trost and his band, Dylan Trost and the String Bandits we scheduled to play for Hiawatha’ HoTAAP concert in May, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19. We are happy to finally feature him!
Dylan McKenzie-Trost is a multi-instrumentalist and song writer in the tradition of Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, and Hank Williams – – dark, weird, and human. His music is often murky, and could be viewed as Americana meets rock n roll through certain lenses. His music has intense emotion and humanity with little elements of psychedelica here and there. Dylan is a Marquette, Michigan native and enjoys the isolation of the Upper Peninsula immensely.”
This is a FREE concert series! Donations can be made to musicians and to Hiawatha through the Donation page on this website – or by going to
We began on May 21st 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.