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2021 Entertainment at Laleure
Music on Friday Nights starts at 6:30 pm

Friday July 23, 6:30 pm Ed Gorse classical guitar - Ed will play his wonderful repertoire of classical tunes from up in the silo, where visitors can look out over the valley and on out to Pennsylvania. Feel free to bring your own snacks for an enjoyable, relaxing evening.

Saturday July 24 - Ed Gorse will play classical guitar (and other string instruments) to promote a very relaxed atmosphere where you can lose the daily ground and get comfortable listening to soothing music. Part of the Summer Music in the Silo Series

Friday July 30 6:30 pm Hey Mavis - We are happy to host Hey Mavis at Laleure for the first time. This well known group has quite a bio. Eleven years ago, banjoist/songwriter Laurie Michelle Caner and violinist/fiddler Eddie Caner formed Hey Mavis while serving as artists-in-residence in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Since then, this Northcoast Americana band has been weaving a musical tapestry and igniting a following of dedicated fans. Their duo shows are full of traditional fiddle tunes, heartfelt originals that we love to offer at Laleure. Hey Mavis has appeared on NPR’s Mountain Stage, NPR’s Whad'ya Know?, PBS’s Applause and PBS's Songs from the Center. The group has performed standing-room-only shows at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival as well as nine consecutive sell-out concerts in their hometown of Akron Ohio. In 2018, Melissa Etheridge hand-picked Hey Mavis to be one of the headliners for her music cruise. We look forward to a very special evening. Hey Mavis

Friday August 13 - Steve Madewell - Steve brings his songwriting and incredible acoustic guitar talent to Laleure each year. Steve writes so many wonderful songs about the outdoors and nature. Come hear his magical words! " Steve Madewell


Saturday September 4, 6:30 pm Troubadours of Divine Bliss - 7:00 pm "Troubadours of Divine Bliss are an award-winning, internationally touring duo from Louisville,KY with guitar, accordion and harmonies "soft as Spanish Moss and Smooth as Kentucky Bourbon." They have been voted Best Folk Band in New Orleans, LA & Louisville, KY. Their music weaves in and out of genres...it's AmericanaSpirit, AcousticVaudeville, GypsyBluegrass, SoulFolk- "Music that could melt a stone statue" BBC Radio Liverpool " Troubadours of Divine Bliss

Coming in the fall - 7:00 pm Hiram Stumblers - "The Stumblers, a five-piece bluegrass band, have been playing all over NE Ohio for the last ten years. They bring high energy music you can dance and sing along to" This will be the last time for a while to hear these guys, since one member is heading out for a bit. DOn't miss them! The Hiram Stumblers