Adrian Krygowski, Harris Face, The Bard Owls
(SCENE) Metrospace, 110 Charles Street, welcomes Adrian Krygowski, touring Americana musician from Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, August 1, with special guest Harris Face, also of D.C., and local act, The Bard Owls.
The doors will open at 7:30 p.m. with the show beginning at 8:00. Admission for this all ages concert is $5 at the door.
The past year for Adrian Krygowski has been a whirlwind of tours, new songs, sounds, and recordings. New Nashville-born EP "Hope For Us" with start-studded lineup of Ed Pettersen (Song of America, Freedy Johnston, Otis Gibbs), Garrison Starr (Margaret Cho), Al Hill (Bettye Lavette), Brian Keating (Carter Twins), Washington DC staples Mike Smirnoff, Alissa Taylor, Dayana Yochim, and tons of help from Freddy Holm (The Black Country, Nazca), Bob Ohlsson (Marvin Gaye, Jerry Garcia, Matt the Electrician.) Recorded over two days in July 2011 at Quad Studios Nashville.
Harris Face is a folk-rock-blues artist from Washington, DC. Percussive guitar, harmonica, and emotive rock dominate his music, drawing comparisons with an acoustic Springsteen, the Counting Crows, and modern roots crusaders like William Elliott Whitmore. Harris has just passed 100+ dates on tour, seen at The Bitter End (NYC), Uncommon Ground (Chicago), Legendary Dobbs (Philly), been showcased on WRGW-FM, WCOM-FM, WDCE-FM, and shared the stage with The Vespers (Every Step), and Brothers Lazaroff. His newest EP "How the Story Goes", released June 7th, was Produced by Miguel Urbiztondo (Hotel Lights, David Lowry) at Sound of Music Studios in Richmond, VA.
Founded in 2011, The Bard Owls are a folk band based out of East Lansing, Michigan. We play old time, folk, and original songs, plus classical on request.
(SCENE) Metrospace is East Lansing’s City-funded contemporary art gallery and performance space. It is located at 110 Charles St. in downtown East Lansing. Contact Tim Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.scenemetrospace.com for more information about the space. Regular gallery hours are Thursdays from 2-5 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 2-6 p.m. and Sundays from noon-4 p.m.; and by appointment.