The next Friday Night Live concert at the Farmington Civic Theater features Plymouth-based Cold Tone Harvest. which formed in 2008 with an interest in a historic and honest musical sound. For those that have the need to label a band with a musical genre, think a blend of country, Americana, bluegrass and folk.
Audiences have embraced the band and its distinctive sound of stringed instruments and soulful vocals. Cold Tone Harvest members are singer-songwriter Andrew Sigworth, bassist Ozzie Andrews, drummer-banjo player Brian Williams and dobro-slide guitarist Tony Pace.
Ypsilanti’s Chris DuPont, who’s a seasoned veteran of the Midwest music scene, opens the night. He mixes elements of indie, folk and ambient. Chris notes his hybrid finger-style guitar playing is a nod to classical minimalism.
Friday Night Live concerts are presented by St. Joe’s Medical Group and focus on singer/songwriters. Concerts begin at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and available in advance at the box office or at the door. Also, online at Eventbrite.com. Cash only at the theater.
The Farmington Civic Theater, is located in downtown Farmington at 33332 Grand River Avenue. Additional concert information is available on the theater’s Facebook page.