Join us for a special folk-pop show featuring Grand Rapids-based Rob Jordan, along with a special guest performance by singer-songwriter Abe Abraham.
Doors open 6:30 and performances start at 7pm. In addition to our craft beer, coffee and wine selection, our kitchen will be open serving our full dinner menu until 9pm! Get here early to snag your favorite seat and grab a bite to eat before the show begins.
Rob Jordan is a songwriter and guitarist from Grand Rapids MI, who has written and released music in numerous bands over the last two decades. His debut solo record, "Strange Days" finds his carefully honed craft refined for an inviting listen.
"Strange Days," recorded at Grand Rapids' Local Legend Studio with producer Paul Wesselink, features carefully crafted compositions that are complemented by ethereal pedal steel guitar, rhythmic acoustic guitar work, and expansive drums. Anchored by a voice that conveys raw sincerity, Jordan's messages of perseverance prove to be a nourishing musical experience that pulls on the heartstrings. Jordan plans to support the new record by performing at listening style rooms around the West Michigan area and beyond.
Holed up in a 100-year-old shed in LA for two years during the pandemic, Abe Abraham wrote and recorded his new album titled Blackhorse. Filled with hopeful introspection, the songs offer a momentary break from the chaos of today and give a feeling of refuge to the listener.
The Detroit-based singer songwriter has returned home after almost twenty years living in Denver, Portland, Oakland and Los Angeles. While living in his car in 2013, he wrote "Where the Skies Are Blue," which was subsequently recorded by The Lumineers for their #1 album, Cleopatra.