TCHM and RHCS present Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys wsg Channing and Quinn!


Tri-Cities Historical Museum

200 Washington Ave, Grand Haven, Michigan 49417

Starts: 6:00pm

We are really going to folk it up with this show! Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys put on an amazing, high energy show and if you aren't already familiar with our friends Channing and Quinn, they will be tapdancing their way into your hearts!

Attend all six shows for one discounted price. A Music Pass allows one person entry into each of the six shows. Music Passes available for sale in person at the Museum only. Music Passes will be sold until November 30, 2016.
Music Pass $80 (museum member) $110 (non-member) 

Individual tickets are $15 for members and $20 for general public.

Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys - When Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys found each other jamming at open mics and music festivals around Michigan they couldnt have predicted what would lie ahead of them. In the past year alone, touring behind the release of their most recent record, Ionia, theyve been featured in the lineup of prestigious affairs such as The Shetland Island Folk Festival 200 miles north of mainland Scotland, Stagecoach Music Festival in California with 55,000 attendees, The Bluegrass Jamboree all over Germany, and a number of the best acoustic music festivals in the US including Wheatland Music Festival in Michigan, Strawberry Music Festival in California, Redwing Roots Festival in Virginia, and Pagosa Springs Folk Festival in Colorado. To round out the year they were named one of NPR Musics 12 best live performance sessions of 2015 by Mountain Stage with Larry Groce, a program which has featured acts like Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Amos Lee, Joan Baez, Regina Spektor, Norah Jones and PHISH.
Having earned their name late night at a Michigan Bluegrass festival from a fellow picker who proclaimed, "It's good to see you Flatbellys out here pickin with us Greybeards," today Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys keep one foot in The Great Lakes State and the soul of Motown, and one in Music City, USA: Nashville, TN. They still embody the soul of a good jam or late night pickin session, and also have honed in on a sound thats entirely their own drawing from soul, blues, folk, jazz and maybe even a traces of that techno beat.

Supporting Act - Channing & Quinn are an indie folk duo who craft music that blends quirky with creepy, and theatrics with sincerity. In a live setting the two do the work of several musicians by playing guitar, ukulele, accordion, drums, glockenspiel, banjo, looping vocals and even tap dancing all at the same time! (OK, some at the same time.) Often touring the country in a rather unorthodox way, past tours have consisted of traveling entirely by Amtrak Trains, and most recently a 7 month long national tour pulling and living in an Airstream trailer. They are currently based in Grand Rapids, MI after spending 9 years in Nashville, TN. Be on the lookout for them touring through your city often adding support for artists Brian Vander Ark, Langhorne Slim, and Enter The Haggis, or have them play a house concert in your own home or neighborhood. 
They have released 2 full length albums “Underneath This Big Striped Tent”, and “Temporary Things” in addition to 3 EP’s, and are releasing their 3rd album “Up North” on vinyl in April 2016. You can also hear their music in film and television, adding to the soundtrack of “More Than Me” starring former SNL cast member Jim Bruer, “3rd Street Blackout” with Ed Weeks and Janeane Garofalo, and “The Muslims are Coming” featuring comedians Jon Stewart, David Cross and more