Three separate acts from East Nashville will come together to perform, collaborate, and tell some stories

. December 1, 2015.
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When three acclaimed acts from Nashville join forces to put on the ultimate holiday-themed concert series, they call themselves the Decembersongs, and put on a bluegrass and rock storytelling show specifically designed for the holiday season. Featuring folk musician and former Shakespearean actress, Amy Speace; Americana duo Doug and Telisha Williams of the Wild Ponies; and prolific writer Rod Picott, who has written songs for artists like Fred Eaglesmith and toured with Alison Krauss, these three separate acts from East Nashville will come together to perform, collaborate, and tell some stories. Join the celebration when this one-of-a-kind tour stops in Ann Arbor.

7:30/doors, 8:00/show
Tuesday, December 8
$20
The Ark, 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1800 | theark.org

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