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739 West Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI, US, 49007

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Trampled By Turtles
The IntersectionApril 27, 2015 7:00 PM
133 Grandville Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Mary Chapin Carpenter & Lunasa
Kalamazoo State TheatreApril 28, 2015 7:00 PM
404 South Burdick
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Mary Chapin Carpenter is an award winning rock/country singer and songwriter. Throughout her career critics have struggled to pin down exactly what style Mary encapsulates. Her music has flavors from country, folk, and rock stylings, but she seems to always fall more into the country category. Regardless of categorization, the music is smooth and melodic, often heavy and worth seeing.
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Sufjan Stevens
Covenant Fine Arts CenterApril 28, 2015 8:00 PM
1795 Knollcrest Cir SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4405
Born in Detroit, Michigan, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sufjan Stevens attended the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy before going on to earn a master of fine arts degree from The New School in New York City.Writing characteristically emotive folk songs, Stevens released his debut LP, A Sun Came, in 2000. Though the album helped introduce Stevens to niche of attuned music followers, as time wore on and he released conceptual albums like2001's Enjoy Your Rabbit, 2003's Michigan and 2005's Illinois, Stevens would go on to solidify his standing as one of his generation's more intelligent and capable songwriters.Filling his music with lofty themes about life, death and theological beliefs, Stevens has been praised for his heady lyrics and unique approach to composition. Evolving his sound with 2010's The Age of Adz, the album marked somewhat of a stylistic change for Stevens as the LP featured prominent use of electronics and production values.
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Solstafir + Ancient Vvisdom + Ruined
The Pyramid SchemeApril 29, 2015 9:00 PM
68 Commerce Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The first thing to understand about Austin, Texas-based Ancient VVisdom, is that the group spells its name with two V's instead of a single W. The second is that they sound like what would happen if the darkest of 1990s grunge acts suddenly became a minimalist folk band. With nothing more than a couple of softly strummed acoustic guitars, whispered vocals and a bit of barely-there percussion, Ancient VVisdom implies the driving force and angrily dark intensity of a band backed by walls of massively distorted guitar amps.
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Symposium On Religion and Public Life, Sponsored By The Henry Institute
Calvin CollegeApril 30, 2015 12:00 PM
3201 Burton Street South East
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
The Henry Symposium on Religion and Public Life is held biennially at the Prince Conference Center on the campus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Symposium provides opportunities to share current research, foster personal and professional networks, facilitate joint research endeavors, and learn about research opportunities in the field. Attendance is open to anyone interested in the intersection of religion and public life.   The 2015 Symposium on Religion and Public Life:  The three day event includes numerous panels on a wide variety of topics, beginning on Thursday afternoon (April 30) and continuing through early afternoon on Saturday, May 2.  Ross Douthat will offer the annual Henry Lecture on Thursday evening, and David Kim will provide the Center for Public Justice's annual Kuyper Lecture on Friday night.         Tentative Agenda   April 30 2:00-6:00    Afternoon sessions 7:30 pm      Henry Lecture, featuring Ross Douthat, with reception following   May 1 8:45-12:45  Morning sessions                       Lunch 2:00-5:45    Afternoon sessions                      Dinner 7:30 pm      Kuyper Lecture, featuring David Kim, with reception following   May 2 8:45-12:45  Morning sessions                       Lunch   Registration costs: The Symposium registration fee of $85 ($40 for graduate students) may be paid by check, money order, or credit card. The fee includes all Symposium sessions, the two evening lectures and subsequent receptions on Thursday and Friday night, lunch on Friday and Saturday, and dinner on Friday evening, as well as coffee breaks throughout the event.    Methods of Payment: All credit card Symposium registrations must be processed through this Eventbrite site; for registration by other methods of payment, please go to the Henry Institute website.    Presenting at the Symposium: Individuals who wish to submit paper proposals and be considered as session presenters should consult the Call for Papers.   Overnight Accommodations: To arrange for overnight accommodations, participants should utilize the Henry Institute website.
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Hot Buttered Rum**16+*
Front Lounge at The Intersection (The Stache)April 30, 2015 7:00 PM
133 Grandville Avenue SouthWest
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
While Hot Buttered Rum might be a bluegrass band, the five-piece fuses elements from folk, reggae and rock and roll into its music, setting it apart from the other bands in the genre. The result of this fusion is a progressive style of bluegrass that has won the band headlining spots at prominent venues and invitations to some of the country's most respected bluegrass festivals. Since forming in 2002, the San Francisco Bay Area band has shifted its lineup and developed its sound significantly, but continues to grow its bi-coastal fan base.
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