Ian Fitzgerald with Special Guests Danny Kroha and Libby Decamp

Thursday, January 12, 2017 @ 8:00 pm$10
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Ian Fitzgerald is a folk singer and songwriter.  Based in New England, he has toured throughout the United States.  Ian has independently released four albums of original material and has become known for his storytelling and skillful use of language.

Fitzgerald is a polished songsmith who is high atop a field of great artists breaking through to festivals and folk concerts throughout the states… He is a tender songwriter who composes with a flair and golden heart, seeking out faith over all obstacles and the burning flame of hope; his songs really take you on a journey


Danny Kroha is a singer, songwriter, guitar player, record producer, and performer who has been working and performing in Detroit since the 1980s. In the last thirty years, he has been a member of 8 bands, including the influential blues-punk group the Gories (singer and rhythm guitarist) and the minimalist, performance art garage trio the Demolition Doll Rods. Danny has recorded albums and singles which have been released by various record labels in the U.S. and Europe. His tours have taken him across the U.S., through Europe and to Brazil. His work has been extensively written about, including his first solo full-length album, Angels Watching Over Me, released in 2015, featuring traditional gospel, blues, and folk songs performed on a range of instruments including mouth harp, diddley bow, and slide guitar.


Libby Decamp’s honeyed vocals ride atop of banjo and guitar-led ballads, chanties, toe-tappers, and blues propelled by unconventional percussion and accent instruments with a ragtime-era warmth. Steeped in the rich cuttings of American roots music and sprigs of inspiration from the curiosities of man and nature, Libby delivers a heartfelt and engaging live performance with passionate, playful relevance to causes both near and dear, and dusty bygones. Dabbling in an array of genres, the soundscape is captivating; innocently dark and best described as “Broken Folk.”


Thursday, January 12, 2017
8:00 pm