Four Singer/Songwriters. One Stage.

Four renowned Michigan Artists take to the stage to share their songs and the stories behind the music. Hosted by Fremont John, featuring Jen Sygit, Ralston Bowles and Drew Nelson. October 2- 7:30pm on the LACA Performance Stage. 

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS tickets will also be available in the LACA gift shop Tues-Sat., noon to 5pm. Call 231-845-2787 for more information

Fremont John – The 2015 Song of the Year Runner Up for his song, “The Eagle”. Voted #1 Singer/Songwriter in 2014 Tampa Bay Artist’s Poll @;  Contrarian” CD submitted by Redwood Ent., NYC, to 2014 Grammys made pre-nom list; Hit #5 Indie Artist in USA in 2015 and 2014 per ReverbNation Chart. Other RN rankings include;  #1 Indie Artist, Tampa Bay market, 2011 to 2015; #1 Indie Artist, Grand Rapids, MI market, 2014  #1 Americana Artist, Tampa Bay, 2008; 3 CDs of music currently airing on Pandora Radio.


Jen Sygit –  Jen’s most recent release “So Long Pollyanna” was named album of the year by both John Bommarito (107.1 fm Ann Arbor, MI) and The Progressive Torch & Twang (88.9 fm East Lansing, MI). “So Long Pollyanna” was also nominated for two Jammie Awards (WYCE Grand Rapids, MI) including Best Female Folk Album as well as Best Song for the tune “Sugar High”. “Sugar High” also won Best Country Song at the 2013 Garden State Film Festival in New Jersey for it’s inclusion in the Rebel Pictures film “Buffalo”. You can also See Jen  perform with the Joshua Davis band (The Voice) at the Wheatland Festival, Sept 11 & 13.


Ralston Bowles – Ralston’s albums stand as thoughtful gifts to receptive concert goers who desire to hold something that can bring them back to those sentinel moments when they felt maybe certain parts of their minds and hearts somehow shared the stage with this growing legend. Ralston’s writing has garnered prizes from American Songwriter Magazine, Nashville Songwriters Association International, Country Music Television, Unisong, International Song Competition and Kerrville New Folk. In his travels, Ralston has been asked to open and sometimes play with musical luminaries of the grandest sort, including Shawn Colvin, T-Bone Burnett, Arlo Guthrie, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson.


Drew Nelson – Drew has toured across North America and Europe, performing solo and opening for popular rock artists like Melissa Etheridge and Edwin McCain as well as esteemed folk singers like Josh White Jr. and John Gorka. “Drew Nelson is one of my favorite new artists,” John Gorka says. “His songs sound like the rest of us feel….dazed, angry, amazed and climbing.” Drew garnered further attention in 2009, when he released Dusty Road to Beulah Land (Waterbug Records).  It topped the folk radio charts and, caught the attention of the Grammy-winning indie label Red House Records, which just signed him.