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“We would like to extend a Big Hippie Hill thank you to the Michael Sweigard Band for being a part of Hippie Hill Stock for Helping Hungry KIds !! It was a pleasure meeting you guys & i look forward to working with you guys in the future !! Thank you”
“Amazing job!!! You were so good, for one guy with just you and a guitar... MAN YOU ARE JUST AWESOME!!!! Thank you so much for coming and playing here tonight. We loved you, and hope to have you again soon!!! We liked you on FB and everything! :)”
"we found the bright lights alluring and full of promise around every corner; music of several genres greeted our ears within a short walking distance...My personal favorite stop was inside Alabaster's Coffee and Tea Company. The atmosphere was abuzz with table and counter chat as Michael Sweigard took the microphone and began strumming a song."
“Local musician Michael Sweigard will perform at 7 p.m. Jan. 7 at the Alabaster Coffee Roaster and Tea Co., 410 Pine St. Friend and fellow musician Kyle Anspach will join Sweigard for the performance. Sweigard likens the music he writes to a young child. "Some songs are born and they grow, while others need a lot of attention and discipline," he said. According to Sweigard, his music and songs aren't always happy, but they're not meant to be downers either. He said they're meant to be transparent. "Sometimes things can be said in music easier than in conversation," he said. "The communication takes on a whole new dimension."”
“July 6, 2010 Recognizing volunteers Daily Item I would like to thank the following individuals, bands and sound systems who donated their time and talent by providing entertainment for the 12th annual Milton Relay for Life held recently: Equila Phelps, Lewisburg; Mike Sweigard, Montandon; Cindy Tarr and Susan Wajda (Sister Act), Milton; Sara and Rock Bartholomew, South Williamsport; Back Roadz Band, Montgomery; Doug Stamm (Stamm's Sound System), Selinsgrove; Kitty Hummel (Susquehanna Valley CARTS Sound System), Milton; Keith Hummel who provided the sound equipment and set up for the full 24 hours; American Legion Post 71 of Milton; Milton V.F.W. Post 1665 for their participation in the opening ceremony; Pastor David Martino of the Community Mennonite Fellowship Church, Milton, for the opening invocation and the relay committee volunteers. Kay Aikey, entertainment chair, Milton Relay for Life”