Critically acclaimed Midwestern songwriters!
Hold onto your socks, folks. Two amazing, internationally touring artists will be performing right here in Brown Deer!
Legendary Americana songwriter Bob Walkenhorst of the Kansas City band The Rainmakers will bring his renowned songwriting to your eardrums in a solo performance you won’t want to miss.
Here’s a sample.
Born and raised in the isolated Finnish-American communities of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Jonathan Rundman has been writing songs and performing across the country since he was 18 years old. He emerged on the national music scene as a Chicago-based touring artist, generating rave reviews in Billboard, The New York Times, Performing Songwriter, Paste, and countless regional publications. Now living in Minneapolis, he continues to tour and record. Jonathan’s songs can be heard on radio stations across America, in Scandinavia and England, and have been featured on television’s Ellen Degeneres Show and CBS This Morning.
Nitty gritty details
- The show is on Sunday, September 13th
- Doors open at 6pm. Music starting promptly at 7pm (don’t be late. ok?)
- The artists need to eat, so please bring cash (Suggested donation $15-20… or more if you’re so inclined)
- Snacks and drinks will be provided. Feel free to bring something to pass if you’d like.
- Seating is limited. Please RSVP on Facebook, or RSVP via email.
- The house is now strictly a “no outside shoes worn inside” home. So please remove your shoes at the door. House slippers and socks are provided on a first come first serve basis.
- There is a dog and a cat that live in the house. If you have allergies please be aware. We’ll clean the house well and keep the pets out of the concert area when guests arrive though.
- Friends, family and strangers are always welcome. Just RSVP to let me know how many people you will be bringing
- Also, if you’re like me and don’t typically carry cash around, you can also digitally send your donation via paypal:
- The address is 8131 N. Green Bay Rd. in Brown Deer. Here is a map in case you need it.
See you on September 13th.