Open Mic Night with Pinola Plowboys set for Feb. 2

January 29, 2019

THREE OAKS, Mich. — The Acorn Theater, 107 Generations Drive, Three Oaks, Michigan, has a number of upcoming events scheduled to entertain audiences (all times Eastern):

• On Friday, Chely Wright will debut at The Acorn with opener Eric Burgett starting at 8 p.m. Admission price: $25

Chely Wright rose to fame as a commercial country singer in the ’90s, and has since released eight studio albums and charted more than 15 singles on the Billboard charts. The Academy of Country Music named Wright “Top New Female Vocalist of 1995.” Her first hit came in 1997 with “Shut Up and Drive” followed two years later by her first number one single, “Single White Female,” and in 2005 “The Bumper of My S.U.V.” In 2010, Chely Wright released her eighth album, Lifted Off the Ground produced by Rodney Crowell, revealing a dramatic artistic transformation and emerging as a singer songwriter of the first order.Eric Burgett is an 88 key country music artist based in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently in the studio with Grammy-nomintated producer Matt McClure making new music coming in 2019. Eric grew up in a small town in Illinois and can be found touring the country playing theaters, clubs, festivals, and colleges.

• Meet The New Acorn on Saturday at 8 p.m.

Join organizers for a night of celebration, Acorn style! The evening includes the unveiling of The Acorn’s new story, new logo and new website. Acorn Open Mic talent will light up the stage for this milestone event. And to show their appreciation for the generous support they have received to get to this place, there will be a gift for all!

After Party to follow with a DJ and dancing!

There is no admission fee, but reservations are required.

• On Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. the Acorn Theater will hold its Open Mic Night hosted by The Pinola Plowboys.

For too long they labored in the hot Hoosier sun, hammering their plowshares into musical axes they emerged as a sound sensation from the bowels of northern Indiana. Their noses no longer to the grindstone, their hands no longer to the plow they have set their calloused fingers to the steel strings of bass, banjo and guitar... The Pinola Plowboys have arrived at The Acorn to sow their songs and cultivate their country humor with the audience and musicians of Three Oaks. Heading up the team is Doug Tyler on banjo aside Dan Moser on the stand-up bass as they now pull the plow for whip crackin’ Pete Nye on guitar and lead vocals.

Where else in Harbor Country can you go for an evening filled with amazing talent and a full bar? Come experience Harbor Country’s most exciting array of acts, packed into one night on the fabulous Acorn stage with a state of the art, professional sound system.

Performers must email Sandra@acorntheater.org to get on the roster.

Admission, but donations are encouraged.

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