Roy Schneider

. May 16, 2012.

Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tearoom
Sunday, February 5

A heavy dose of ramblin’ Americana, complete with believable folk delivery and splattered with old-timey charm, Roy Schneider’s music is rooted in way that ties him to the outlaw singers of the past — the part where there is no latching onto someone else’s bootstraps, just playing what you believe, that is. Hailing from Fort Myers, Florida, Schneider is sometimes lightheartedly evocative about the great outdoors and other times intent on translating demonizing crossroads, but, whichever it is, it’s delightfully personal, without being a breathless testimonial. 6pm. Free. 114 S. Main St. 734-665-2757. www.crazywisdom.net 

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