Angela plays at 3:20 PM The “Women in Music and Arts Festival” is pleased to announce a diverse, intergenerational roster of outstanding performers and presenters ready to share their music and art with you. Saturday, November 17, the Good Work Collective will be filled with music, original art, workshops, crafts, dancing, and more as we celebrate in true Northern Michigan style. Together we will create a community forged out of our love and labor that reflects our most essential selves – empowered, inspired, passionate, and ready to revel in all things female. Bring the whole family. This signature event will feature some of the finest women's voices in northern Michigan. Each hour will bring a new entertainer to the stage covering a variety of musical genres. In addition, the walls of the gallery will feature fine art by Michigan women. What sets this festival apart will be you, the participant. Come join in as we celebrate Women in Music and Art.
Label: Daniel Records (Thirty Tigers/RED) in the US & Canada
Manager: Patrice Fehlen & John Porter
Bio: Kaiser Cartel is a low-fi, song-driven, harmony-heavy Brooklyn-based duo. Their first full-length album, March Forth, produced by Matt Hales (aka aqualung) and mixed by Matt & Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros) was released in the US on bluhammock music in June 2008 and in the UK on Continental Record Servic...See Full Bio
Kaiser Cartel has a show on 11/17/2012 at 12:00 PM @ Good Wor... in Traverse City, MI http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/153055995 #concert
“Equal parts jaded realism and pure adorableness, the folk music of Kaiser Cartel centers of the talent of Benjamin Cartel and Courtney Kaiser, who duet on nearly every song and alternate instruments more than a few times, but they bring their fair share of quirk to the mix, using a milk frother on stage at the beginning of their set. If after a listen, Kaiser Cartel sound familiar, it might have something to do with HBO and their hilarious Jason Schwartzman vehicle Bored to Death, as the comedy-with-a-penchant-for-great-indie-tunes has featured the Brooklyn band not once, but twice. If that's not a ringing endorsement, I don't know what is.”