Join us for a wonderful afternoon at beautiful Dablon Vineyards in Baroda... It's an incredibly beautiful area with delicious wines. We'll be playing from 2 - 5pm Free show!
Join us for an evening of great food, drink and local music!! We'll be playing from 8 - 10:15pm
We're opening for headliner Steve Grand at 2015 Michigan Pride Festival! Treading Bleu will start their set at 7:30pm "All American Boy" country star Steve Grand is performing at the Michigan Pride White Party 2015! Join us for what's bound to be one of the hottest nights in August as Steve performs a full set for his fans and friends at Adado Riverfront Park as the kick off event to Pride Weekend in downtown Lansing. Tickets General Admission Concert $20
Great food, Great atmosphere, Great music!!
Come over to the Shiawassee County Fairgrounds and support Relay For Life and the battle against cancer! We'll be playing at 8:30pm to support this amazing cause! :)
Sounds Like: Regina Spektor, Tori Amos, (Official) Company of Thieves, Ani DiFranco, Mazzy Star
Bio: Visit our official website at: www.treadingbleu.com
Treading Bleu is composed of a handful of seasoned musicians who came together with the common goal of creating great music that they truly enjoy playing. The band hails from Kalamazoo, MI, and is inspired by the rich heritage of the city's vi...See Full Bio
“Treading Bleu has taken a lot of steps on the way to the release of their full-length debut, Stories Telling Themselves. Forming out of open mic nights at Kalamazoo’s Old Dog Tavern, the rock quartet is made up of West Michigan music veterans Stacy Koviak-Davison (vocals/guitars), Chris Miroslaw (lead guitar), John Cooperider (bass) and Rob Cooperider (drums). They take influence from everything from ‘90s alternative to folk, blues, and jazz, wrapping their years of collective experience playing around Koviak-Davison’s immensely personal songwriting. “Sometimes there is a definite story to tell, but what I am most passionate about is capturing a feeling or mood in each song,” Koviak-Davison told Recoil. “I am a strong believer of each listener finding a piece or phrase or a feeling within a song that they can latch onto and associate with… Sometimes that is more powerful than a precisely detailed story laid out within a song. (Read more at the link below)”