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Brilliant Michigan songwriting and instrumental artistry in a double bill Ypsilanti songwriter Adam Plomaritas draws on the words of John Coltrane to describe his own art: "My music is the spiritual expression of what I am – My faith, my knowledge, my being ... When you begin to see the possibilities of music, you desire to do something really good for people, to help humanity free itself from its hang-ups ... I want to speak to their souls." He writes about things that happen every day, his family, and the struggle to live a good life. "I tend to think of myself as a rational person, but music is a place where I can feel," he says. "Music can be—should be—emotional. The music I make is about what I love, what I hate, what I enjoy and what I fear. I think that the idea that heaven is a place full of music is a profound one. Music gives us an opportunity to both touch and be touched by something greater than ourselves." Born out of a need for bluegrass in the Chelsea area, and a weekly gig at the Chelsea Alehouse, Thunderwüde (coined by Fred VanReesma) became a band after a series of sessions done by Jason Dennie, George Merkel and West Fritzemeier at the Alehouse. First starting as mostly a traditional bluegrass outfit, it morphed into playing originals from Jason as well as current pop hits in a bluegrass style. The repertoire expanded to range from Bill Monroe to Townes Van Zandt to some choice soundtrack selections from blockbuster hits.
An intimate musical evening with two of Ann Arbor's premier singer-songwriters. With special guest - Alanna Boudreau. Tickets: $12, $100 for a table of 10. Light hors d'oeuvres included. Wine and beer cash bar. Proceeds will benefit OLGC Life Teen as they pilgrimage to the shrines of Montreal, Quebec. Adam Plomaritas - adamplomaritas.com Chris Dupont - chrisdupontmusic.com Alanna Boudreau - http://www.alannamariemusic.com/
Adam Plomaritas & Chris Dupont team up to honor the musical legacy of Rich Mullins! Two of Ann Arbor's premiere singer-songwriters -- Adam Plomaritas and Chris Dupont -- will team up with other talented local artists to present an uplifting concert honoring the legacy of the late Rich Mullins. Universally known for his classics “Step by Step” and “Awesome God,” Mullins put an indelible stamp on modern Christian devotional music before his tragic death in a 1997 car accident. The concert takes place Friday, 9/26 at WCC’s Towsley Auditorium at 7:30 PM (doors 7:00 PM). Tickets $20 adult, $10 8th grade and younger. Group rate 10+, $15 per ticket. Buy adult/child tickets online at: rmconcert.eventbrite.com. Call (734) 483-3360 for group sales. Questions or for other payment options email email@example.com. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Catholic Urban Project & Schola Artium, two enrichment programs serving the children, elderly, handicapped, isolated and under-served in the urban environments of SE Michigan. Both are programs of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Ypsilanti). See catholicurbanproject.org and scholaartium.org for info.
Caleb Hawley - powerful, infectious soul, with pipes of gold. Chris Dupont - intricate, bare-hearted folk/pop Adam Plomaritas - r&b, rock n' roll, old time kinda love Olivia Millerschin - voice of an angel, pop/folk perfection This isn't one to miss! $10 cover if you are 21+, $13 if you are 18-20.
Singer songwriter Adam Plomaritas joins 26 great vendors at this week's farmers market. Adam performs at 4pm and 5pm, but farm fresh sweet corn, tomatoes, and other summer goodies are available from 3-7pm. Bank of Ann Arbor is this year's music sponsor and THI Corporation sponsors all the markets.
Sounds Like: Mayer Hawthorne, Dave Barnes, Amos Lee, Al Green, Hall & Oates
Adam Plomaritas presents an onslaught of tight, satisfying rock 'n roll, tastefully
seasoned with soul and blues. You might say that Mariah Carey, Michael McDonald,
and Stevie Wonder all got eaten by a Telecaster-toting grizzly. But perhaps Adam is
most aptly described as the most winsome head-sn...See Full Bio
: No cover Memorial Day Eve Music from Your's Truly at Old Town Tavern. Be there! http://t.co/QFuAWDwIVA
“Adam Plomaritas may not know it, but he is an old soul. I'm transported back about thirty years when I hear his songs. His warm voice works well on the ballads as well as the rockers he pens. If there's any justice, his reworking of ‘Hard Way’, which appeared on his debut EP, will score him a radio hit.”