The Sweet Water Warblers at The Ark

. December 29, 2016.
The Sweet Water Warblers are something of a rarity, only existing for fleeting periods of time
The Sweet Water Warblers are something of a rarity, only existing for fleeting periods of time

The Sweet Water Warblers are something of a rarity, only existing for fleeting periods of time together. Otherwise, the trio of Michigan songstresses front their own bands; Rachael Davis (Shout Sister Shout, The Rachael Davis Band), Lindsay Lou (Lindsay Lou and The Flatbellys, Time & Luck) and May Erlewine (Seth & May, May Erlewine, and The Moonlighters). When they perform together as a trio, with hand-selected songs, harmonies abound in a show not to be missed.

January 12. 7:30pm | $20
The Ark, 
316 S Main St.
734-761-1451 | theark.org

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