This will be my first time back at the new Royal Oak venue since playing the Grand Opening in January, and I had so much fun then, I can't wait to do it again! I'll play 2 sets, at 7 and 8:30 PM. Fine Michigan wine and homegrown Michigan music makes a great pairing, if you ask me, so stop on out and enjoy a bit of both!Save
The Flea Market at Royal Oak Farmers Market is always a cool gig, because it’s laid back and kinda funky. You can sit and listen whilst sipping on a cup o’ joe and doing brunch or just meander through a multitude of vendors selling all sorts of flea market-type stuff. I play from 11 AM to 1 PM, so if you’re out and about, stop in, give a listen and say hi!Save
I'm always geeked to play at Michigan By The Bottle Tasting Room again, and I'll be back on Friday, July 10th. I'll play two sets, at 7 PM and 8:30 PM. MBTB Tasting Room unites the founders of MichiganByTheBottle.com with six Michigan wineries to bring a taste of the state's far-flung wine trails to metro Detroit. Fine Michigan wine and homegrown Michigan music makes a great pairing, if you ask me, so stop on in and enjoy some of both!Save
On Friday, July 24, I'll boogie on up north to play Left Foot Charley Winery, at 806 Red Drive Traverse City, MI 49684. Left Foot Charley is an award winning winery that I've followed from their very beginning, and this will be my 5th time performing there. Great Michigan wine and cider and homegrown music make a fine match! I'll play from 6-8 PM.Save
Bio: I’ve worn many musical hats during my years of playing professionally, but my heart is centered in American roots music in its myriad variations. I sing and I play acoustic 6 & 12-string guitars, harmonica and electric bass. I write songs about anything that catches my attention, often with a hum...See Full Bio
George Heritier has a show on 05/03/2015 at 11:00 AM @ Royal Oak Farmers M... in Royal Oak, MI http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5spc58 #concert
"In the best traditions of folk music, George’s songs evoke personal experiences and historical events, and George certainly has had some experiences, let me tell you. But the experiences of which he sings so truthfully here, while almost mundane when taken literally, are made to seem so much more meaningful, so much more heartfelt in his hands and within his voice. These arrangements are as near to the folk tradition as one could hope, are exactly all that’s necessary for each song, and when accompaniment and backing vocals are used, they feature David Mosher on several traditional instruments, as well as Bill Arnold on dobro, providing simple support to George’s already ample foundations."