Schedule

August

Tuesday, August 20
6:30pm
734-466-2415

Gemini at Rotary Park

32000 Six Mile Rd., Livonia, MI

A free outdoor Family Concert sponsored by the Livonia Parks and Rec. Department. We'll be joined by our "Good Mischief Band" — Mike Morrison on drums, and Eric Fithian on bass.

Saturday, August 24
12 noon and 2:30pm
HollerFest.com

GEMILY at Holler Fest

Frog Holler Farm
11811 Beech Rd. Brooklyn, MI

This is one of our favorites — a delightful festival put on by the Kings, a beloved local farm family. We'll be playing in several configurations during the day: Gemily at 12 noon on the Second Holler stage, and San, Emily and Jacob at 2:30pm at the Tree House. Throughout the three-day festival (Aug. 23-25), besides great music by local favorites, there will also be locally-grown organic meals, kids activities, yoga, hikes, and workshops.

September

Saturday, September 14
noon-2:00pm
248-651-7810

Laz and Eric at "Goodison Good Tyme"

Bear Creek Nature Park, 748 West Snell Rd., Rochester, MI

Laz is joined by Eric Fithian (bass player in Gemini's "Good Mischief Band") at this free family festival. Besides the music, activities from 11:00-3:00 include: Rock Wall & Zip Line Adventures, Archery, Face Painting, T-Shirt stecilling, Pioneer Games, etc.

October

Saturday, October 5
TBA
248-347-0269
TollgateCC.msu.edu

Gemini at Pumpkinfest

MSU Tollgate Farm and Education Center
28115 Meadowbrook Road, Novi, MI

A free Family Concert. We will be part of this all-day event, with many other fun and educational events scheduled for the whole family.

Thursday, October 24
noon
med.umich.edu/goa/performances.htm

Gemini in Gifts of Art

University Hospital Main Lobby, Floor 1
1500 E. Medical Center Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

We will play our music for adults — original songs and instrumentals, traditional folk songs, and classics from the 60’s and beyond. We’ll be joined by our drummer Mike Morrison.

November

Sunday, November 17. 2019
3:00pm and 4:30pm
WestBloomfieldLibrary.org
248-682-2120

GEMILY — Two Concerts for Adults

The West Bloomfield Public Library
4600 Walnut Lake Rd, West Bloomfield, MI

From 3-4pm we'll play our original songs for adults, as well as selections from our set of classic folk songs of the 1960's. Then from 4:30-5:30 San and Emily will play a set of songs from Broadway musicals such as Oklahoma, The Music Man, The Sound of Music, The Fantasticks, Fiddler on the Roof, Follies and others. For both concerts we will be joined by our Emmy-award-winning pianist, Brian Brill.

Saturday, November 23
7:00pm
269-983-3688

Gemini at the Box Factory for the Arts

1101 Broad St., St. Joseph, MI

We’ll be doing our show for adults, consisting of our original songs, as well as classic songs of the 1960’s folk revival. For part of both sets of this concert we will be joined by a wonderful children’s choir called “All God’s Children Community Choir” and their their co-founding directors, Larry and Sandy Feldman. Comprised of a racially diverse group of boys and girls, ages three to eighteen, the choir was formed in 2001 with the goal of bridging the racial divide in the Benton Harbor - St. Joseph area. We have sung with “All God’s Children” a number of times in the last 18 years, and are honored to have them join us at this performance — both because of what they add to our concert musically, but also because of the hope for racial harmony which they represent.

December

Sunday, December 1
1:00pm
734-763-TKTS

GEMILY at The Ark Coffeehouse

316 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, MI

Our annual Thanksgiving Weekend Benefit Concert for Mott Children’s Hospital. Emily, San’s daughter, was born and cared for in the Holden NICU of Mott 25 years ago, and this is our annual "Thank You" concert. We will be joined by our longtime friends and colleagues, the “Good Mischief Band,” Brian Brill on piano, and Aron Kaufman on drums.

2020

July

Friday, July 17
1:00pm
989-826-3613
oscoda.lib.mi.us

Gemini at the Oscoda County Library

430 W. Eighth St., Mio, MI

A free concert for children and families sponsored by the library, as part of their summer reading program.