Saturday, March 12 • 8PM
Our music promoter George Biggs keeps making connections with some of the region’s finest musicians and bringing them to our special spot in the Tecumseh Commons. In our fourth season of concerts, we are feeling the momentum! In that spirit of growth and tradition, the Tecumseh Theater is happy to welcome Apple & The Moon to the Commons on Saturday evening, March 12 with an opening set featuring Andy Brannon.
Apple & The Moon originated in 2014 through a common connection at Insea Sound Shop in Nelsonville, Ohio This group of musicians with superb skills and diverse influences came together to express their uniquely individual sounds and to paint a sometimes smooth but sometimes gritty Rock/Americana style.
Nick Collura, the lead guitarist, brings a rock/blues edge to the band with over 40 years of experience and a passion for original music. A native of Chicago, bass player Mike Makosky mixes his effortless groove with sounds that come from an experienced pallet of flavors including verything from thrash/metal to free-form jazz with hints of African polyrhythms can be heard in Mike’s playing. Hailing from Junction City, Ohio, lead vocalist and songwriter Elena Aiello has a vocal style that can be described as bluesy with a hint of old country. Todd Parish is the steady heartbeat of the band displaying flawless technique on the drums. Todd is also a long time veteran of the music scene who has accumulated many different musical talents from the guitar to the glockenspiel. He is a talented songwriter and vocalist. Learn more about the unique blend of styles and powerful songwriting skills that this group displays at http://www.appleandthemoon.com.
Tickets are available on-line for the A&M Concert at $10 per person in advance by clicking here or can be purchased from Hannah Furniture in Shawnee, Newlon Tire and Dodson’s on Broadway in New Lexington and A New View in Corning. Tickets are $15 at the door, if still available the day of the event. Seating is limited and advanced tickets are highly recommended. All tickets purchased on-line will be available via will-call at the door the night of the event. No tickets will be mailed in advance.
Doors open and food will be available for sale beginning at 7:00pm the evening of the concert. Show starts at 8pm. A fine selection of ice cold beer will be served. Proceeds benefit the on-going maintenance and restoration of this treasured landmark building in Historic Shawnee.