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Cornucopia Summer Concert Series - Son of Mel

Cornucopia Coffee & Sweet Shoppe
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presented by the Cornucopia Business Association

Cornucopia Summer Concert Series - Son of Mel

Join Cornucopia most Thursdays throughout the summer from 6-9pm for their Summer Concert Series, presented by the Cornucopia Buisness Association. This year's line up consists of:


June 8th | SAT 12-3pm - Owen Polifka

June 14th | FRI 5-8pm - Idle Rose

June 27th - The Whitecaps

July 4th - The Old 13 String Bandits

July 11th - Two Below Zero

July 18th - Moss Creek

July 25th - Floydian Slip

August 1st - Haitian Divorce

August 8th - The Mark Ehlers Experience

August 15th - The Groove Project

August 22nd - Saints of Circumstance

August 29th - Squid City Slingers

Sept 7th | SAT 11am - 1pm - Son of Mel 


Thank you to the sponsors! 


The Cornucopia Buisness Association. The Cornucopia Club. The Cornucopia Art Crawl. Cornucopia Coffee and Sweet Shoppe. Ehler's General Store. Windseeker Reality and Rentals. Sweet annd Salty Bayfield.

ABOUT THE EVENT
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Cornucopia Coffee & Sweet Shoppe
88610 Superior St, Cornucopia, WI 54827, USA
Chastity Brown
Chastity Brown

Sat, Apr 06

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The Backstage

Chastity Brown

During this intimate show at The Backstage, Chastity Brown will perform with her drummer, Greg Schutte (The Mickey Hart Band, Anthony Cox, etc.) and will help fill the sound with her soulful guitar and keyboard playing.

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Time & Location

Apr 06, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The Backstage, 84810 State Hwy 13, Bayfield, WI 54814, USA

About the event

Saturday, April 6, 2024 Doors Open: 5:30PM Show: 7:00PM

Tickets: $26/ Half Price Youth 17 & Under

Sponsored by: Anonymous in support of Bayfield Playgrounds. To learn more, get involved, or to discuss other support opportunities please contact bayfieldplaygrounds@gmail.com.

The Backstage's 2024 season is sponsored in part by Jim Bryan & Dee Johnson.

Based in Minnesota, but with roots in Tennessee, Chastity Brown grew up surrounded by country and soul music. In the full gospel church of her childhood, she played saxophone and drums and found her singing voice and a passion for music. Her first show was in Knoxville, TN, and then it was on to Minneapolis. Since then, she’s been featured on NPR’s “Favorite Sessions,” CMT, American Songwriter, the London Times, Paste Magazine and others. Chastity has toured the U.S. and abroad, appearing on the U.K.’s Later…with Jools Holland. As the daughter of a blues musician, she was born with an innate ability to channel complex circumstances into beautiful, uplifting songs. But after surviving the isolation of the early pandemic and witnessing the global racial reckoning that manifested itself in the riots mere blocks from her South Minneapolis home, even she is surprised to hear the way her new album Sing To The Walls turned out. Like so many artists who endured the uncertainty of the 2020 lockdown, Chastity’s instinct was to turn inward, at first out of self-preservation, and then because the new songs kept coming and coming. Since finishing her last album, 2017’s Silhouette Of Sirens, she estimates she’s written nearly 100 new songs, 10 of which found their way onto her follow up release. Sing To The Walls is a sonically expansive album; it mines the roots of Americana, folk, and soul music, but Chastity’s stories are delivered in a style that feels remarkably timely, modern, and forward-thinking. The songs unfold with Chastity’s expressive voice and expansive melodies, leading the listener through intertwining tendrils of atmospheric sounds. Even the titles hint at the album’s sense of optimistic yearning, from the dreamy opening track “Wonderment,” to her ode to healing a broken heart post-breakup “Curiosity,” to the pulsing promise of “Hope.” With the exception of “Golden,” a searing indictment of white complacency and a cathartic release of post-uprising rage that comes halfway through the album (and was released in an earlier form in mid-2020), Sing To The Walls is ultimately an album about hope, connection, and love; an ode to the sweetness of life, even amidst a pandemic, even in a city that’s experienced so much pain.

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Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua | Description - Chastity Brown (ticketsbigtop.org)

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