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The Sweet Potatoes with Blackest Crow opening @ Maple Street Chapel
Join us in kicking off our 33rd Season of Live Music at Lombard’s Maple Street Chapel:
Homespun Americana, Country, Old Time, traditional folk and more with California’s Sweet Potatoes and Chicago’s Blackest Crow–a duo of trios and sweet harmony.
The Sweet Potatoes dish up their own unique blend of country, folk and homespun Americana. Featuring acoustic guitars, ukulele, accordion and harmonica, this trio will bring a smile to your face with sweet vocal harmonies and finely crafted songwriting. They come out of Southern California, but with roots in the Midwest. Laura Hall grew up in the western suburbs of Chicago before moving to L.A. to play piano on the hit show, "Whose Line is it Anyway". Rick Hall has been seen on countless TVView more
Tickets are $15.00 per person. Seating is general admission. Tickets can be purchased in advance online on our website at www.maplestreetconcerts.org. Tickets are also sold at the door on day of show starting 30 minutes prior to show time. We accept cash or check only at the door. (We do not have a dedicated box office.) All ages are welcome keeping in mind that we are a listening room (and rowdy folks may be asked to leave).
200 South Main Street, Lombard, IL