Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers’ Bring Funk and Fun to Sonic Lunch

. August 1, 2016.
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Michigan-based Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers’ sound is a mix of funk, pop, folk and rock that is sure to get audiences nodding their heads and tapping their feet. Hertler, an Amish excommunicate, has a powerful voice that may lead the band to stardom, backed by talent that rocks crowds with guitars, basses, saxophones and other horns. Their latest album, Terra Incognita, came out in early 2015 and includes rock and soulful vibes. The band, now traveling across the US, comes back to The Mitten for this show which is not to be missed.

Thursday, August 18 | Noon
Sonic Lunch | 255 E. Liberty St. | Free

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