LAKE, MI – Legendary folk-rock artist Edwards take the stage Lake on 15 and 16. Edwards play an acoustic Oscar Lindberg Jersey show at the Seven Steps Up, a former Masonic -turned-music venue located at 116 S. St. The concert is hosted by the venue’s music promotions division, Run Amok Promotions. Edwards is best-known for his hit, a popular Vietnam War protest that was released the early 70s. Since then, he has been writing and performing, playing about 60 to 80 shows a year, he said. Edwards said he play both new and old songs. I do all the ones that people know me for, he said. I also bring a bunch of new songs that I want people to hear. Those new songs include selections from his latest album, Keep. The record is his first studio recording 14 years. IF YOU GO. Edwards • When: Tuesday, 15 and Wednesday, 16 at 7 p.m. both nights • Where: Seven Steps Up, 116 S. St., Lake • Admission: $32 Advance, $36 Door. Private tables are $180 for 4 ; Advance tickets can be Phil Esposito Jersey purchased at • Information: Visit the Run Amok Promotions’ website or call Seven Steps Up at 678 or Run Amok Promotions at 557 Edwards said his brand of music attracts people who are looking for alternatives to the processed, digital sounds that are prevalent today’s music. People come to hear acoustic music without digital effects, without digital loops or samples or drum riffs, he said, just a speaking honestly of his view of life and relationships and the world. He added, And I think it’s a real genuine need people have this digital age. The Edwards performances are part of Run Amok Promotions’ Pin Drop Concert series, which features acoustic music from different genres. According to the Run Amok’s website, the idea behind the Pin Drop shows is to allow concertgoers to fully appreciate the performers and their music. Patrons are asked to refrain from talking during the performances, which take place small room filled with 110 padded chairs. The furthest seat is less than 35 feet away from the stage, organizers said a press release. Doors open at 5 p.m. for both shows, but the concerts start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $32 advance and $36 at the door. Private tables for four people are $180 and include tickets for each person. Check out Edwards’ hit the video below:
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