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May Erlewine: “Michigan’s Songbird” in Creston on Sunday


While the city has no shortage of brew pubs offering something unique from great tap rooms, to award-winning pizza, to gaming nights, one neighborhood venue has managed to create something truly rich in their expansive, glass-walled space: a pub where you can enjoy a beer while building a connection to a vibrant community.

This is the charm of the Creston Brewery, whose impressive first year has included some incredible nights of original programming in a space filled with local contemporary art. 

One area in which they excel  is their commitment to the arts though the offering of their space to many local musicians and DJs to entertain locals and those who take a walk on the funky side of this Creston Neighborhood gem. 

On Sunday afternoon as the sun begins to hover on the horizon, Creston will welcome singer/songwriter May Erlewine to their tiny stage for an intimate two-hour performance of her music. 

Referred to as “Michigan’s Songbird,”  Erlewine’s songs are intimate and accessible, vulnerable and inspiring, as she taps into musical genres of traditional folk roots, old time country swing, soul, and rock and roll. And her music is always delivered with the warmest of heart. 

Since Creston Brewery eschews distractions like big screen TVs within its brew pub, a different vibe takes over the space as folks freely engage in dialogue. 

Those who venture out this Sunday will be rewarded with a set that is certain to match the fitting beauty of a busy weekend winding down, set to a live performance that is certain to provide relaxation over some incredible beers. 

Joining Erlewine at this intimate, free concert will be Max Lockwood on bass and guitar.

To learn more about May Erlewine’s music and all the incredible musicians at the Michigan-based Earthwork Music Collective, please visit their website.
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