The Fitzgerald went down my first year in Ontonagon – November 10, 1975 – I was in Marquette when the storm blew up and we went to the Presque Isle Harbor to watch the waves crash over the breakwall. Driving back to Ontonagon the weather didn’t seem as bad away from the lake, but it […]
The more I think about the longevity of some bands, the list of those who would fit in this article gets longer and longer. The original idea was to talk about bands still playing after their early careers came and went. I put a band on my list if they carried on with at least […]
We started a discussion of bands that kept playing after their original line ups broke apart. The caveat here is that at least one original band member has to still be involved for them to enter the discussion. I am not sure if there is any significance in that all the bands in Part 2 […]
Here are some photos taken from the Singing Hills stage (located up hill and to the west of the main stage in front of the chalet – the Peace Hill stage) taken on Friday August 28 and Saturday August 29, 2015.
What has 7 good legs and still rocks? Rusty may have bunged his knee up, but even sitting on a stool to ease the pain couldn’t keep Rusty and the whole Rusty Wright Band from rocking the Ontonagon Theater of Performing Arts on Sunday night July 26, 2015. Coming at the end of a busy […]
Another King and a Muleskinner have left the building. While we should feel sad that they are no longer with us, we should also feel a sense of jubilation for the mark they left in the music world. Though BB King passed away at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada, he was never that far […]
Over the last ten years, we have had the opportunity to put some fantastic musicians in front of our students. Living on the north end of US 45 makes importing high quality musical programs an expensive proposition. In many cases, we have been able to partner with the Ontonagon Theater for the Performing Arts, but […]