1st ~ 3:00pm
‘Bold’, ‘Brutally Honest’, ‘In Your Face’ - these are common remarks about Grant's music. Of course they are often accompanied by terms like ‘Beautiful’, ‘Conviction’, ‘Literate’, and ‘Depth’. Grant spent 11 years on a tiny island off the coast of Nicaragua. He returned in 2006 to a very different homeland. Much of his songwriting is a response to what he found when he returned. He has played at major festivals and venues across the country, and his albums have topped the Folk/Roots charts in both the U.S. and Europe. His stage persona is witty and humorous, but when he starts to perform you know he means business. This will be the most 'Real' live show you have seen in a long time - maybe ever.
‘Peeples is a guitar slinging poet’ - Music News Nashville
smart, strong lyrics that mean something, and say it in a way that you haven’t heard before - Routes and Branches
Millbend Coffeehouse, a part of
the social outreach of
Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Church, meets the 2nd
Saturday of every month and is a smoke free, family friendly
environment. Recommended Donation: $20.00 Adults; Children Under 12: $4. (Child
care available). **Ticket prices for some shows may be
higher, which will be reflected on the
Advance Ticket Purchase page.**
Gourmet Fair Trade coffee and a variety of
pastries and snacks is available in our Kitchen during each show.
All proceeds after expenses benefit a local charity decided
by audience vote.
For additional information, to reserve
seats, or to inquire about performing/opening at Millbend
Coffeehouse, please contact us by
Pat (936) 499-9559 or
Teresa (281) 350-3052.
Thank you for being visitor
to the Millbend
Coffeehouse web page