Schedule

Laz

June

Thursday, June 28
12 noon
med.umich.edu/goa/performances.htm

Harmony Bones at Gifts of Art - University Hospital Courtyard

1500 E. Medical Center Dr., Ann Arbor, MI

Laz joins long-time veterans of the Ann Arbor folk music scene, Jeanne Mackey, Eric Fithian, and Nutshell's Tom Voiles, Linda Teaman and John Lloyd, in a band called Harmony Bones. (The band's name comes from an acupuncture point that harmonizes imbalances and promotes clear thinking, seeing, and hearing!) Harmony Bones offers a wide range of traditional, contemporary and original folk songs, with rich vocal harmonies and an array of folk instruments — guitar, flute, pennywhistle, fiddle, bass, banjo, percussion, uilleann pipes, accordion, even sitar!

October

Friday, October 5
6:00-8:00pm
734-994-9174

Cafe Verde

216 North 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI

Laz will be performing original and traditional songs, instrumentals and improvisations on fiddle, guitar and pennywhistle. He’ll be joined by percussionist Jean Chorazyczewski and guitarist Eric Fithian. Come do your Co-op shopping, have a snack, sandwich or drink at Cafe Verde, or a full meal at the hot bar, and listen to a few minutes or two hours of uplifting music!

2019

March

Saturday, March 9
8:00pm
InterfaithSpirit.org/cafe704.html

Harmony Bones at Cafe 704

Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, 704 Airport Blvd. Ann Arbor, MI

Laz will join Jeanne Mackey, Tom Voiles, Linda Teaman, John Lloyd and Eric Fithian (collectively known as “Harmony Bones”) in a wide range of original, traditional and contemporary folk music. Rich harmonies and an array of finstruments — guitar, mandolin, flute, pennywhistle, fiddle, banjo, percussion, bass, even sitar! The band’s name, “Harmony Bones,” comes from an acupuncture point that harmonizes imbalances and promotes clear thinking, seeing, and hearing!

Suggested donation is $8 each or 2/$15.

May

Saturday, May 11
8:00pm
734-327-0270
InterfaithSpirit.org

6th Annual Benefit Concert in Honor of Helen’s Memory

Cafe 704, Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, 704 Airport Blvd., Ann Arbor MI

Laz played a number of concerts at Cafe 704 over the years, always with his wife Helen, until she passed away in 2012. To honor her memory, and to celebrate her life, Laz is dedicating this yearly concert to her. Proceeds from the evening will be donated to two organizations: one that supports nature preservation, and the other, an emergency shelter for homeless children and their families. Both of these causes were very close to Helen’s heart.

Laz will be joined by a band of special guests, all of whom recorded or performed with Helen. Laz and his guests will sing some of Helen’s songs, as well as original and traditional music in both folk and classical styles.