Detroit Folk Workshop Happy Hour W/ Lac La Belle

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Detroit Folk Workshop HAPPY HOUR SERIES at PJ's LAGER HOUSE - November & December

Its the day after Thanksgiving. You are sick of avoiding politics with your family, and need to get out of the house...come recover with some FREE MUSIC!

Every other Friday this November and December Lac La Belle will be entertaining you at PJ's Lager House!

If you have been to any of the previous DFW Happy Hour sessions, you know what a hit it's been...great food (best burgers in town IMO! Or have a VEGAN RUEBEN!), casual atmosphere...its a great way to start the weekend. And the music is FREE!

Catch us every other Friday Nov & Dec!

Influenced by early Americana, multi-instrumentalists and songwriters Jennie Knaggs & Nick Schillace create music that blend history with the present via accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, harmonizing vocals, and fingerpicking resonator guitar. With their separate experiences learning folk and blues in Appalachia, American roots bind Lac La Belle’s compositions with a heavy thread. For this performance hear Lac La Belle on the small stage, feeling casual! They'll performing some of their favorite old time, bluegrass and western swing favorites, alongside their original tunes.

Known for their folk duo, Lac La Belle, local musicians and business owners Nick Schillace and Jennie Knaggs founded Detroit Folk Workshop in 2015 for exploring, teaching, and promoting traditional music and the natural evolution of culture. With the goal of advocating acoustic music in our region, Detroit Folk Workshop hopes to highlight the multifaceted musical roots of our diverse community, including ethnic musical traditions as well as contemporary music influenced by such traditions.

Their previous community events have included music stages at The Hamtramck Music Festival and the Porous Borders Festival, NOMAD Festival, as well local concerts and workshops in schools.
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