Make Music
Liberty - 2019

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Sorry – Signup Closed (6/18/19)

Important Notice

The Make Music Liberty Planning Committee has decided to spread  Make Music Liberty over a two day period!

This year Make Music Liberty will take place over a two day period beginning on Friday, June 21st and concluding on Saturday, June 22nd.  This has entailed some changes to both the start and end times of the event and the registration/matching software. Although the software that is used to register participants, make matches between venues and musicians was not developed with a two-day event in mind, some adjustments and modifications have been made to accommodate the added day but there are still limitations to what the system recognizes.  

TIME CHANGES

Note that the event does not start until 4:00 pm on Friday and ends at 9:00 pm on Friday, then resumes at 7:00 am on Saturday and concludes at 4:00 pm on Saturday.  Please do not attempt to book a performance outside of these hours. Even though the system may accept it, we will either have to reschedule it or cancel it.

To register, visit our PARTICIPATE PAGE for further information

History:

 

Make Music Day (and Make Music Liberty) is a free celebration of music around the world on the 21st. day of June 

Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 700 cities in 120 countries. Ten years ago, the Fête de la Musique crossed the Atlantic with the debut of Make Music New York.

Starting as a grassroots initiative by a team of volunteers, the event quickly became a critical and popular success. Today, over 6,000 New York musicians – amateurs and professionals, of all ages and musical persuasions – perform in more than 1,200 free, outdoor concerts each June 21st, earning praise for their “inspiring” (New York Times) and “thrilling” (New Yorker) performances.

In recent years, other cities across the continent have launched their own Make Music celebrations. On June 21, 2015, 22 North American cities organized 2,714 free concerts at 839 locations… all on a single day.

NAMM & Make Music Day 2017 – What it’s all about! (short YouTube Video)

Make Music Liberty (2019 -Our 4th Year):

On Friday, June 21st (2019)  – Liberty will join hundreds of cities in the US and throughout the world as we mark the beginning of summer with Make Music Liberty, a citywide, celebration of music open to all ages, all genres of music, and all skill levels.  And, it’s all free.  Throughout the day, you may hear music being performed on a sidewalk, a residential porch, the steps of a church, a parking lot, in one of Liberty’s city parks or at a public place of business which has volunteered to be a host venue. Currently (April 2018) Liberty is the ONLY location within 200 miles of the nearest similar event, so we expect a great turnout (again) this year!

This is our 4th year for Make Music Liberty and it takes community involvement to make it all happen – participation by musicians, businesses and public spaces to host performers, volunteers to keep things on track, and funding to advertise and promote the event. So PLEASE! Contact us and signup!

HELP US MAKE THIS ANOTHER GREAT DAY IN LIBERTY!

Make Music Liberty is sponsored by the City of Liberty through the Liberty Arts Commission and supported, in part, by the Liberty Arts Foundation based, 501(c)(3) not for profit organization supporting local arts).

Learn more about Make Music Day at www.makemusicday.org

Participate

It’s easy to get involved!

1. Be a Performer:

Create your profile by submitting a photo, description of your act, and any relevant website/social media links. Check out the available venues and select one that will fit your needs. The venue will confirm your request, and you’re good to go.  

 

IMPORTANT!!  BEFORE REGISTERING PLEASE READ

This year Make Music Liberty will take place over a two day period beginning on Friday, June 21st and concluding on Saturday, June 22nd.  This has entailed some changes to both the start and end times of the event and the registration/matching software. Although the software that is used to register participants, make matches between venues and musicians was not developed with a two-day event in mind, some adjustments and modifications have been made to accommodate the added day but there are still limitations to what the system recognizes.  

TIME CHANGES

Note that the event does not start until 4:00 pm on Friday and ends at 9:00 pm on Friday, then resumes at 7:00 am on Saturday and concludes at 4:00 pm on Saturday.  Please do not attempt to book a performance outside of these hours. Even though the system may accept it, we will either have to reschedule it or cancel it.

IF YOU WANT TO RENEW YOUR 2018 REGISTRATION

  1. Log in to your account by using the same email address which you used last year.

 Whether you do or don’t remember your password, first enter something, even a bogus password. Note: DO NOT click “forgot password” the first time around.  It’s important that you attempt to login at least once, in order to trigger the renewal process. Once you try to log-in once, you can then click on “forgot my password” and go through the resetting process. 

  1. Once you go through the renewal process and sign-in, you will be presented with a list of your 2018 profiles that are eligible for renewal this year. Choose which profiles are returning for 2019, click “import,” and update each profile as prompted. 
  2. You are now ready to create additional profiles, and start making concert plans!

* As always, when you request or book time for a performance, make sure that you include enough time for setup and breakdown.  If you want to perform for an hour and it takes 15 minutes for setup and 15 minutes to breakdown and clear the space, request or book for 90 minutes so that you don’t infringe on the time of another performer who follows you.

If you need help or have questions let us know at bill.s@makemusicliberty.org

If you are a New Registration, Click the link directly Below

REGISTER HERE FOR New PERFORMER(closed 6/18/19)

 

 

2. Host a Venue (location)

Create a profile by submitting your location information and a description of the space. Peruse the musician profiles to request a performance, or welcome musicians to select your space independently. Confirm the connection and make sure your space is ready to go on June 21st! 

 

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REGISTER HERE FOR  VENUE (closed 6/18/19)

 


Want to register more than one Venue Location? Don’t see how? Try this:

  • Once you have gone to the Link above and registered/Logged in, Go to Manage Profiles, then on the left, Create Venue, and follow the steps.  To toggle between them, you can switch via Manage Profiles or the orange box in the upper right.

 

3. Start a Mass Appeal

A “Mass Appeal” is a music event in which an audience participates. It can be as simple as a group of aspiring musicians learning to play the harmonica, as with this year’s “Blues Harmonica 101” partnered with Hohner), or ukulele as with this year’s “Ukulele Basics” (partnered with Alfred Music) or, for that matter, learning ANY instrument in a group setting; drums (percussion), saxophone, tuba, bagpipes, flutes, etc,

 

It can also be It be an event where the audience actually joins with the performing group to make music together such as we have this year with the KC Women’s Music Network, and The Kansas City Ukulele Alliance.

 

Harmonica Instruction by Hoehner & Palin Music of Liberty 

4. Donate or Be a Sponsor

If you can’t find that perfect performer to help support then help Us pay for banners to advertise, signage to inform and coverage by radio & TV. 

All the advertising, banners, support, volunteer shirts, stages cost money. Yes, we do need money..but ONLY to make this event bigger, better, safer and More Fun than last year

Donate to MakeMusicLiberty-2019 Now

 

Listings

Also check the  “Schedule Button”on first page for Locations and Performers

2019 Schedule  as of June 20th (6 pm)

Complete list of performers, venues & schedule

Subject to revision!

Make Music Liberty, Friday (6/21) Performances by Venue    
Venue Name Start Time End Time Venue Address Artist Name Artist Genres
110 N Main Street 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 110 N Main Street HomeGrown Dreamers Standards, Country, Rock
110 N Main Street 6:00 PM 7:30 PM 110 N Main Street Tom Riggs Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Singer/Songwriter
           
111 N. Water Street 5:00 PM 6:45 PM 111 North Water Street Taylor Cross Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Other
           
210 E Franklin St 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 210 E Franklin St Terrie Uhlmann Americana / Bluegrass, Standards, Religious
210 E Franklin St 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 210 E Franklin St Elgie Craig Davis Blues, Folk, Americana / Bluegrass
           
325 E Arthur Street 4:15 PM 5:30 PM 325 E Arthur Phil Duncan Gospel, Blues, Jazz
325 E Arthur Street 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 325 E Arthur The Liberty Bagpiper Celtic
325 E Arthur Street 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 325 E Arthur Liberty Ukuladies Americana / Bluegrass
           
Anna Marie’s Teas 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 9W Franklin Elise Del Vecchio & Nur Rahman Folk, Blues, Rock
           
City Hall Plaza 7:15 PM 8:45 PM 101 E. Kansas Michael Zeigler Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Folk, Indie-Rock
           
Clay County Museum 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 14 N. Main Street, Liberty, MO Museum Volunteers Americana
           
Corbin Theatre Company 4:00 PM 4:45 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Marlee Spicer Gospel, Musical Theater, Pop
Corbin Theatre Company 4:45 PM 5:00 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO London Picklo Pop
Corbin Theatre Company 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Emma Ellis Musical Theater, Pop, Religious
Corbin Theatre Company 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Reagan Schwalm  Musical Theater, Pop
Corbin Theatre Company 6:00 PM 6:15 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Gracie Schwalm Musical Theater, Pop
Corbin Theatre Company 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Maliya  Anchondo Ragtime
Corbin Theatre Company 7:00 PM 7:15 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Belle Loomis Pop, Religious
Corbin Theatre Company 7:15 PM 7:45 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Ellie Dugdale Celtic, Ragtime, Other
Corbin Theatre Company 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Potter’s Clay Gospel, Ragtime
           
Courthouse Steps, North Side 5:00 PM 8:00 PM 1  Court House Square North Steps Seth Kampiranon Religious, Singer/Songwriter
           
Courthouse Steps, South Side 6:30 PM 8:00 PM 1 Courthouse Square Randy Brown Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Rock
           
Farmers Insurance Office 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 1170 W Kansas St, Suite M  (NW corner of building) Madison Meyer Indie-Rock, Rock, Ragtime
Farmers Insurance Office 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 1170 W Kansas St, Suite M  (NW corner of building) HomeGrown Dreamers Standards, Country, Rock
           
Gazebo First Pres Church 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO Kansas City Ukulele Alliance Folk, Swing, Country
Gazebo First Pres Church 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO Randy Brown Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Rock
Gazebo First Pres Church 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO Nik Baumert Folk, Punk, Singer/Songwriter
           
Norterre’s Performance Park 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 2609 Glenn Hendren HomeGrown Dreamers Standards, Country, Rock
           
Rotary Plaza 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Elgie Craig Davis Blues, Folk, Americana / Bluegrass
Rotary Plaza 6:00 PM 9:00 PM 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Harvey-Summers Band Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Blues

 

Make Music Liberty,  Saturday(6/22)  Performances by Venue  
110 N Main Street 7:00 AM 12:00 PM Randy Brown 110 N Main Street Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Rock  
110 N Main Street 12:15 PM 1:30 PM Julia Reynolds (And Three Infinity) 110 N Main Street Jazz, Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Rock  
110 N Main Street 1:45 PM 2:45 PM 4 strings – you gotta b kiddin’ 110 N Main Street Country, Americana / Bluegrass, Folk  
110 N Main Street 3:00 PM 4:00 PM Phil Duncan 110 N Main Street Gospel, Blues, Jazz  
             
111 N. Water Street 10:30 AM 12:00 PM Tom Riggs 111 North Water Street Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Singer/Songwriter  
             
City Hall Plaza 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 4 strings – you gotta b kiddin’ 101 E. Kansas Country, Americana / Bluegrass, Folk  
City Hall Plaza 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Elise Del Vecchio & Nur Rahman 101 E. Kansas Folk, Blues, Rock  
City Hall Plaza 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Julia Reynolds (And Three Infinity) 101 E. Kansas Jazz, Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Rock  
             
CONRAD’S Restaurant & Alehouse 2:00 PM 5:00 PM Zack Mufasa 210 North State Route 291 Funk, Indie-Rock, Reggae  
             
Corbin Theatre Company 8:00 AM 8:30 AM Katy Thomas 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Musical Theater  
Corbin Theatre Company 8:30 AM 9:00 AM Luis Madina 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Rock  
Corbin Theatre Company 9:00 AM 9:30 AM Sophie Gliser 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Musical Theater, Pop, Religious  
Corbin Theatre Company 9:30 AM 10:00 AM Lilly Hawkins 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Pop  
Corbin Theatre Company 12:30 PM 1:00 PM Grace Fisher 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Musical Theater, Pop  
Corbin Theatre Company 1:00 PM 1:30 PM Bellamy Brockman 15 North  Water Street,  Liberty, MO Musical Theater, Pop  
             
Courthouse Steps, North Side 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Emily Taylor 1  Court House Square North Steps Singer/Songwriter, Rock, Country  
Courthouse Steps, South Side 10:00 AM 11:00 AM The Tervort Garland-Foster Group 1 Courthouse Square Standards, Jazz, Latin  
             
Courthouse Steps, South Side 12:30 PM 2:30 PM Taylor Cross 1 Courthouse Square Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Other  
             
Farmers Insurance Office 12:00 PM 1:00 PM eElvis 2  1170 W Kansas St, Suite M  (NW corner of building)    
Farmers Insurance Office 1:00 PM 2:30 PM Randy Brown 1170 W Kansas St, Suite M  (NW corner of building) Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Rock  
Farmers Insurance Office 2:30 PM 4:00 PM Nik Baumert 1170 W Kansas St, Suite M  (NW corner of building) Folk, Punk, Singer/Songwriter  
             
Gazebo First Pres Church 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Ukulele Mass Appeal Event 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO Other  
Gazebo First Pres Church 1:00 PM 2:00 PM Mass Appeal Harmonica Event w/Hohner artist Phil Duncan 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO    
Gazebo First Pres Church 2:30 PM 4:00 PM Julia Reynolds (And Three Infinity) 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO Jazz, Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Rock  
             
Liberty Second Baptist Church 1:00 PM 2:00 PM Bill Stilfield Trio 300 E. Kansas St., Liberty, MO 64068 Jazz  
Liberty Second Baptist Church 2:00 PM 3:00 PM Ronald Whited and David Driscoll 300 E. Kansas St., Liberty, MO 64068 Standards, Gospel, Religious  
             
More Excuses Boutique 2:00 PM 3:30 PM Tom Riggs 2 N Main Street Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Singer/Songwriter  
             
Norterre’s Performance Park 10:00 AM 11:30 AM Stilfield – Duncan Quartet 2609 Glenn Hendren Jazz, Blues, Latin  
Norterre’s Performance Park 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Harvey-Summers Band 2609 Glenn Hendren Americana / Bluegrass, Country, Blues  
Norterre’s Performance Park 2:00 PM 3:30 PM eElvis 2  2609 Glenn Hendren    
             
Palen Music Center 10:00 AM 2:00 PM Instrument Petting Zoo 340 S. 291 HWY Experimental  
             
Rotary Plaza 9:00 AM 10:00 AM Prairie Dulcimer Club  100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Americana / Bluegrass  
Rotary Plaza 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Drumming Wowza 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Kids, Afrobeat  
Rotary Plaza 1:00 PM 2:00 PM Madison Meyer 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Indie-Rock, Rock, Ragtime  
Rotary Plaza 2:00 PM 3:30 PM Michael Zeigler 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Folk, Indie-Rock  
Rotary Plaza 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Katherine Kelley 100 W Franklin St  Liberty MO Folk, Indie-Rock, Singer/Songwriter  

Mass Appeal

2019 “Mass Appeal” Events

Saturday, June 22, 2019

12:00 PM Park Gazebo First Presbyterian Church Ukulele Mass Appeal Event-sponsored by  Alfred Publishing
1:00 PM Park Gazebo First Presbyterian Church Mass Appeal Harmonica Event w/Hohner artist Phil Duncan

 

Ukulele Workshop & Play-Along

First Presbyterian Park Gazebo – 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO, 64068

Saturday 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 This one hour session with Hohner Artist Phil Duncan will include basic instruction and introduction to the Ukulele.  Bring your own Ukulele for some group play-alongs. Attendees will receive a free Ukulele book courtesy of Alfred Music Publishing so long as they last.

 

Harmonica Workshop & Play-Along

First Presbyterian Park Gazebo – 138 N Main Street, Liberty, MO, 64068

Saturday 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 Hohner Artist Phil Duncan, the author of over 40 books on harmonica methodology and playing styles, along with some of his musician friends will set up the groove for both play-along jams and basic instruction and demonstration of various techniques on this popular instrument.  The Hohner Co. has provided free harmonicas for the first 50 people who attend.

 

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Instrument Petting Zoo

 Palen Music – 340 South 291 Highway, Liberty Mo

Saturday 6/22, 10:00 am – 2 pm

 It sound’s funny, but it’s a real opportunity for kids of all ages to get up close and personal with various musical instruments – brass instruments, percussion instruments, string instruments, etc. It’s also a hand’s-on experience with someone from Palen Music to answer questions.  Although the store has moved from downtown to the Crossroads Shopping Center, you won’t have a problem locating it once you’re in the parking lot – just head towards the sound of music performed by students playing just outside the store. 

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Drum Circle with Drumming Wowza

 Venue: Rotary Plaza  – Address: 100 W Franklin St Liberty MO, 64068

Saturday,6/22 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

Percussion instruments of all kinds will be found at this event and to ensure that “the beat goes on” players of all ages and abilities are invited to join in.  A fun event that is always a hit with kids.  So long as they last a free pair of drumsticks will be given away to all participants courtesy of the Vic Firth company.

 

Contact

Make Music Day Liberty is a fiscally sponsored organization working towards non-profit status. The event is free and open to the public, and your contributions make it possible!

While Make Music Day Liberty is a combined event with the Make Music Day Alliance, the event is a result of the efforts of the Liberty Arts Commission – Liberty, Missouri and the Liberty Arts Foundation.

Make a donation today!

(click above to open a Square Donation Gateway for Liberty Arts Foundation)

the Liberty Arts Foundation (a tax exempt – 501 (c)(3) organization) is assisting in handling all our donations.

PLEASE! Make your checks out to:

Liberty Arts Foundation – Make Music Day Liberty
PO Box 283
Liberty, MO 64069

 

For sponsorship inquiries, please contact Bill Stilfield at bill.s@makemusicliberty.org

Make Music Day Liberty Staff: 

(Click names to open mail link)

Director

Bill Stilfield & General Event Info –   (Click here to e-mail)

 

Bill Stilfield, director of Make Music Day Liberty click to hear a brief invitation-2016

 

Web Administrator

Shane Immelt 

 

 

 

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Press

Current Press Events (2019)

(a)  Liberty Arts Commission readies for Fourth Make Music Liberty  (by Kellie Houx-23 April 2019

(b) Make Music Liberty Moves over two days this year (By Kellie Houx – 20 June 2019)

 

 

Past Events (2018) Articles

(a)    Make Music Liberty-Corbin Theatre

(b)  Make Music Liberty – Historic Downtown Liberty 

 

Past Events (2017) Articles

(a)  Liberty Arts Commission ready for second Make Music Day   by Kellie Houx -Apr. 26, 2017

(b)  Courier-tribune article – June 8th. 2017 by Kellie Houx

(c)  Kansas City Star (816 section)  June 14th, 2017 by Karen Ridder

 

 

Past Event News Coverage (2016)

We apologize for the dis-connection of the archived links of the following videos.  
Transition of archive address are being sought since the newspaper changed names in early 2017

Arts Commission continues discussion on Make Music Day  by Kellie Houx, Liberty Tribune January 21, 2016

Let’s bring Make MusicLiberty to life.  Liberty Tribune,  Posted January 21, 2016

Liberty Arts Commission discusses “Make Music Day Liberty” by Kellie Houx, Liberty Tribune ,  March 15, 2016   [LINK]

Community to make a beautiful sound in Liberty :  [LINK]

Public welcome to sign up and perform at free celebration Festival is June 21, but musicians’ deadline to sign up is June 10   BY KAREN RIDDER Special to The Star (KC Star – June 1st, 2016)

 

Other News regarding “Make Music Day”


Make Music Boston to celebrate summer solstice,” by Kelly Gifford, Boston Globe, June 20, 2014  [link]

About Make Music Boston,” video by musicovation blog, September 3, 2014, [link]

2018 Gallery

2018 Make Music Liberty Stills

Make Music Liberty-2018 participating musicians

2017 Facebook Photos & Video’s

2017 Video/Live Feeds

Under The Big Oak Tree live!

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Elvis is in downtown for Make Music Day in Liberty, MO! Join in the fun at City Hall!

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Deanna Ray

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Madison Meyer @ 1st. Presbyterian Church of Liberty-Gazeebo.

Posted by Make Music Liberty on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

2017 Stills

Phil Duncan-Hohner Harmonica’s and ukulele stand in teacher
Phil Duncan-Hohner Harmonica’s and ukulele stand in teacher
the Liberty Ukuladies
crowds watching the Liberty Ukuladies
the Liberty Ukuladies
Madison Meyer
the Clay County Museum Volunteers
2 of the Clay County Museum Volunteers
drummer for the Stilfield-Duncan quartet
the Stilfield-Duncan quartet
2 of the Stilfield-Duncan quartet
drummer for the Stilfield-Duncan quartet
the Clay County Museum Volunteers
Michael Smarr Trio @ Rotary Plaza
Michael Smarr Trio @ Rotary Plaza
crowd watching Michael Smarr Trio @ Rotary Plaza
Michael Smarr Trio @ Rotary Plaza
Michael Smarr Trio @ Rotary Plaza
Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.
Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.
crowd watching the Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.
Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.
Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.
Cools Cats @ 128 N. Jewell St.

 

2016 Video Clips (linked to still shots)

Harmonica Instruction by Hoehner & Palin Music of Liberty
Harmonica Instruction by Hoehner & Palin Music of Liberty
the Allen Meyer Jazz Orchestra at Make Music Liberty 2016
the Allen Meyer Jazz Orchestra at Make Music Liberty 2016

 

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2016 Liberty Performers

Katie Rose
Katie Rose
Madison Meyer
Madison Meyer
Victor James Dougherty
Victor James Dougherty
Allen Meyers Jazz Orchestra
Allen Meyers Jazz Orchestra
Kristin Wicklund
Kristin Wicklund

 

 

Julia Reynolds
Julia Reynolds
Michael Smarr Jazz Trio
Michael Smarr Jazz Trio
Hesitatin Blues Band
Hesitatin Blues Band
Kate & Grace McKown
Kate & Grace McKown
KC Jazz Band
KC Jazz Band
Terry Uhlman
Terry Uhlman
Larry Garrett
Larry Garrett
Emily Black
Emily Black
Tom Willbanks/Palen Music Center Mass Appeal Guitar Event
Tom Willbanks/Palen Music Center Mass Appeal Guitar Event
The Hesitatin Blues Band
Chris Foster
Bill Stilfield Trio
Bill Stilfield Trio
Zach Garland_FosterTrio
Zach Garland_FosterTrio
Kameron Gall
Kameron Gall
Joey_Ashleigh
Joey_Ashleigh
CoolCats
CoolCats
Martha Armstrong
Martha Armstrong
Phil Duncan/Palen Music Center Mass Appeal Harmonica Event
Phil Duncan/Palen Music Center Mass Appeal Harmonica Event