Olivia Mainville and the Aquatic Troupe 
wsg 
Nordlund and the Nomad Assembly 
Concert host: Christopher C. Cordle

Watermark Live is pleased to present, a spring concert series showcasing Michigan-based talent. This spring concert series is presented by Watermark Live with the concerts being held at Watermark 920.

ALL AGES - NO TICKETS: NO COVER with a jar of peanut butter*

*we are pleased to partner with Kids Food Basket in Muskegon. (This is a free - all ages event - donations not required.) But, if you bring in a jar of peanut butter to the door - we will donate all collected jars to Kids Food Basket. 

Forgot the peanut butter? A monetary donation - to Kids Food Basket Muskegon in the amount of your choosing works...but is not necessary to attend. help us help Kids Food Basket Muskegon! $1 Donation = 1 meal. 

Watermark 920 continues to offer space for events and a stage for musical acts to perform in an intimate setting. The concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences to music and share it from the stage. 

Artists are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

DATE: 
March 4, 2016

WHAT: 
Watermark Live Spring Concert Series 

WHERE: 
Watermark 920 - 920 Washington Ave, Muskegon

SCHEDULE: 
Doors open at 6:30pm - come in and grab a coffee or a sandwich before the show! Or a drink from the bar - we will feature Michigan wine and beer for the evening, as well as a fully stocked bar.
Show starts at: 7:00pm
Featured act set: 8:30pm - 10pm

TICKETS: All ages - General admission - ALL AGES - TICKETS: NO COVER with a jar of peanut butter*
PLEASE NOTE: we will NOT be opening any jars of peanut butter or serving peanut butter - just collecting unopened jars for KFB. If you have a nut allergy you must take any precautions necessary to protect yourself. 

In the spirit of musical collaboration and promotion we are pleased to promote the Red House Concert Series. Red House Concert series has some fantastic shows coming up as well - give their page a "like" to keep in touch. Additionally, if you bring in a ticket stub from one of Red House Concert Series "Music at The Museum" shows to one of our spring concert series shows....we will trade you for your choice of a draft/soda or a delicious coffee from The Coffee Factory (one per ticket)

ABOUT Olivia Mainville & The Aquatic Troupe
An eclectic blend of indie-folk sounds, laden with infectious hooks, foot tapping rhythms, and memorable harmonies. This is the core of midwest Michigan’s emerging artist Olivia Mainville and her debut EP “Full Steam Ahead.”

In July of 2014, the eighteen-year-old’s five song EP, was independently released, featuring performances by noted Michigan artists the Accidentals, Don Julin, Billy Strings, and the Appleseed Collective’s Vince Russo. “Full Steam Ahead’s” tracks vary in style from the driving, gypsy-swing of the title track, to the bluegrass influenced “Thorn of a Rose,” to the atmospheric “Sault Ste. Marie.” Mastered and mixed by Nashville based Quad Studio’s Rob Feaster (Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison), “Full Steam Ahead” showcases a dynamic soundscape to be enjoyed by listeners of all ages.

Olivia has spent the majority of the last four months supporting the Accidentals and played in over fifty shows during this span, including sets at Blissfest and Holler Fest and tours of Nashville and the East coast.https://www.facebook.com/TheAquaticTroupe/info/?tab=page_info

ABOUT Nordlund & The Nomad Assembly:
Nordlund & The Nomad Assembly does not play the country music you’re use to, but rather pushes the boundaries of the genre by blending it with sounds from all over the musical spectrum. Psychedelic, grunge, heavy rock, hip hop, and even reggae all manage to find their way into the sound that at its core is rooted in country. https://www.facebook.com/nordlundandthenomadassembly/info/?tab=page_info

ABOUT Christopher C. Cordle/SHOW HOST– Christopher Cordle - Born and raised in Muskegon, Christopher C. Cordle is a graphic artist, a fine artist, a musician and a producer as well as a luthier who trained under the tutelage of Robert Sayers. Chris is also an accomplished singer-songwriter with two WYCE Jammie nominated CD’s. Chris has a degree in Graphic Design and specializes in illustration and branding. Chris is also responsible for the look and feel of our Watermark Live productions and creates the visuals as well as all of the branding for our shows. Chris has over 20 years of newspaper reproduction experience and was an original member in popular bands Yard Sale Underwear and original touring band Victoria Park in the early 1990s. Chris also worked under J.C. Howe with Muskegon Civic Theater to gain set painting experience.https://www.facebook.com/christopherccordle

CHARITABLE PARTNER: We are pleased to work with Kids' Food Basket, Muskegon. We feel the best way to have a healthy community is to support it and the kids who belong to it! Kids Food Basket helps kids right here in our community....to read more, please visit their website here:http://www.kidsfoodbasket.org/about-us/muskegon] during the evening we will have lunch sacks available for you to decorate and we will donate them back to Kids Food Basket. We will provide the lunch sacks and the crayons/markers you just supply your imagination! 

DETAILS: There is plenty of seating, plenty of room to dance, and full service bar featuring Michigan beer and wine.. Join us in an intimate setting enjoying an evening of music. The Coffee Factory will also be on site serving up hot coffee concoctions in their pop up coffee shop.https://www.facebook.com/The-Coffee-Factory-854032544656450/?fref=ts

FOOD: Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack will be on hand serving up their famous sammies in their pop up restaurant. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fatty-Lumpkins-Sandwich-Shack/165687220117308

ABOUT The Coffee Factory:
Something new is brewing in Muskegon!

Housed in the Watermark lofts, The Coffee Factory proudly represents and serves MadCap Coffee alongside a scrumptious menu of specialty drinks including handcrafted syrups.

While we take pride in creating the finest hot and cold beverages we also know that community is a key ingredient in everything we brew. Watermark and The Coffee Factory take pride in being a flourishing business in the heart of the Nims Neighborhood and welcome our surrounding community members to this local gathering place with open arms and savory coffee.

In addition to our traditional espresso menu and rotating selection of coffees we also offer high-quality, specialty teas by Jasmine Pearl Tea Company, fresh-baked pastries from Happy Endings, and an assortment of exquisite food items to grab on the go or enjoy in house.

Open seven days a week, The Coffee Factory is the latest addition to the Watermark in Downtown, Muskegon.

Watermark is housed in the former Shaw Walker Furniture Factory, a million square feet, mixed-use development currently housing the Watermark Lofts, Watermark 920, Watermark Live and our newest addition The Coffee Factory.

Proudly serving Madcap Coffee: http://madcapcoffee.com/index
www.watermarkcenter.com 

ABOUT THE CONCERT SERIES:
The Spring Concert series was created by the team behind Watermark Live and showcases musical acts touring the great state of Michigan. The evening is hosted by singer/songwriter Christopher Cordle. The Spring Concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences of these peninsulas to music. Artists are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

ABOUT THE VENUE: 
Watermark 920: Muskegon's most innovative space for events is changing how we work and how we celebrate. This progressive urban address integrates productivity with creativity and is redefining event planning on the lakeshore. https://www.facebook.com/Watermark920]

ABOUT Watermark Live:
Watermark Live is the event and promotions arm of the Watermark Center headed up by a group of event professionals, artists and musicians from the Muskegon area; our group draws on a collaborative, not competitive attitude to bring you the most diverse events imaginable. Our events are intended to intrigue, excite, inform, and most importantly entertain. Whether you're attending one of our installments of our concert series, or dancing the night away at a Halloween extravaganza, or who knows what else we will come up with, you can bet you will have a great time.www.watermarkcenter.com/live

 

 


 Dave Hardin wsg Eric Engblade & Justin Avdek
Concert host: Christopher C. Cordle

Watermark Live is pleased to present, a spring concert series showcasing Michigan-based talent. This spring concert series is presented by Watermark Live with the concerts being held at Watermark 920.

ALL AGES - NO TICKETS: NO COVER with a jar of peanut butter*

*we are pleased to partner with Kids Food Basket in Muskegon. (This is a free - all ages event - donations not required.) But, if you bring in a jar of peanut butter to the door - we will donate all collected jars to Kids Food Basket. 

Forgot the peanut butter? A monetary donation - to Kids Food Basket Muskegon in the amount of your choosing works...but is not necessary to attend. help us help Kids Food Basket Muskegon! $1 Donation = 1 meal. 

Watermark 920 continues to offer space for events and a stage for musical acts to perform in an intimate setting. The concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences to music and share it from the stage. 

Artists are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

DATE: 
March 4, 2016

WHAT: 
Watermark Live Spring Concert Series 

WHERE: 
Watermark 920 - 920 Washington Ave, Muskegon

SCHEDULE: 
Doors open at 6:30pm - come in and grab a coffee or a sandwich before the show! Or a drink from the bar - we will feature Michigan wine and beer for the evening, as well as a fully stocked bar.
Show starts at: 7:00pm
Featured act set: 8:30pm - 10pm

TICKETS: All ages - General admission - ALL AGES - TICKETS: NO COVER with a jar of peanut butter*
PLEASE NOTE: we will NOT be opening any jars of peanut butter or serving peanut butter - just collecting unopened jars for KFB. If you have a nut allergy you must take any precautions necessary to protect yourself. 

In the spirit of musical collaboration and promotion we are pleased to promote the Red House Concert Series. Red House Concert series has some fantastic shows coming up as well - give their page a "like" to keep in touch. Additionally, if you bring in a ticket stub from one of Red House Concert Series "Music at The Museum" shows to one of our spring concert series shows....we will trade you for your choice of a draft/soda or a delicious coffee from The Coffee Factory (one per ticket)

ABOUT Dave Hardin
Growing up between the Ohio River Basin of Warsaw, Kentucky and the Appalachian Foothills of Union, Ohio taught Dave about both the hardships and triumphs of life. That area is also where he learned about all the diverse musical styles that still come through in his own music today. Hill music, country, bluegrass, twang, flat-top pickin’ and the real roots of American music surrounded him in his early days. Growing up in the age of great rock roll that blasted from the radio filled out his music tastes and style.
Going straight into the Navy out of high school and touring the world filled this natural story teller with a spectrum of life lessons. Every time he was home from being sea, his guitar was by his side and playing bus stations, bars and street corners became his stage to tell his stories of the life he had seen.
Then came life after leaving the Navy. Dave took to the work-a-day life and music took a back seat to be a husband and father. As that chapter of life began to wind down, music came calling to him again. This time it came in the form of Dave writing his songs of life lived and more importantly, life observed. His natural story-teller came out stronger than ever, and you can hear these true life tales in most all of Dave’s songs. Not one to just make up a lyric, most of his songs come from life observed, or true tales of a man that his lived all over this great country of ours.
Sometimes fueled by real emotion, or a glimpse of everyday events, but always looking for how the story might continue, or sometimes sadly end, his songs are a slice of real life. His voice is instantly recognizable; it gets in your bones and makes you feel part of the story, part of the song. His style of playing is full and rich, notes, chords and percussion all from his guitar.
Dave Hardin is one of those rare talents that comes along and captures you as a fan for life, and sometimes you swear the songs are from your life. They just might be.
https://www.facebook.com/DaveHardinOfficial/info/?tab=page_info

ABOUT Eric Engblade Music
Eric Engblade is an accomplished and acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Throughout the year, Engblade can be seen performing as a part of benefit concerts that promote Great Lake clean water initiatives alongside other bookings in theaters, bars,breweries, private events, and music festivals. 
Either as a solo act, or with the support of top notch regional musicians such as upright bassist Justin Avdek, Electric Guitarist Justin Wieringa, and violinst Michael Procupchuk, Engblade continues to spread his "accessible", "infectious", "eccentric", "off beat" and "danceable" Folk-Rock With Teeth while touring the Great Lakes Region and beyond (John Sinkevics, localspins.com).

ABOUT Christopher C. Cordle/SHOW HOST– Christopher Cordle - Born and raised in Muskegon, Christopher C. Cordle is a graphic artist, a fine artist, a musician and a producer as well as a luthier who trained under the tutelage of Robert Sayers. Chris is also an accomplished singer-songwriter with two WYCE Jammie nominated CD’s. Chris has a degree in Graphic Design and specializes in illustration and branding. Chris is also responsible for the look and feel of our Watermark Live productions and creates the visuals as well as all of the branding for our shows. Chris has over 20 years of newspaper reproduction experience and was an original member in popular bands Yard Sale Underwear and original touring band Victoria Park in the early 1990s. Chris also worked under J.C. Howe with Muskegon Civic Theater to gain set painting experience.https://www.facebook.com/christopherccordle

CHARITABLE PARTNER: We are pleased to work with Kids' Food Basket, Muskegon. We feel the best way to have a healthy community is to support it and the kids who belong to it! Kids Food Basket helps kids right here in our community....to read more, please visit their website here:http://www.kidsfoodbasket.org/about-us/muskegon] during the evening we will have lunch sacks available for you to decorate and we will donate them back to Kids Food Basket. We will provide the lunch sacks and the crayons/markers you just supply your imagination! 

DETAILS: There is plenty of seating, plenty of room to dance, and full service bar featuring Michigan beer and wine.. Join us in an intimate setting enjoying an evening of music. The Coffee Factory will also be on site serving up hot coffee concoctions in their pop up coffee shop.https://www.facebook.com/The-Coffee-Factory-854032544656450/?fref=ts

FOOD: Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack will be on hand serving up their famous sammies in their pop up restaurant. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fatty-Lumpkins-Sandwich-Shack/165687220117308

ABOUT The Coffee Factory
Something new is brewing in Muskegon!

Housed in the Watermark lofts, The Coffee Factory proudly represents and serves MadCap Coffee alongside a scrumptious menu of specialty drinks including handcrafted syrups.

While we take pride in creating the finest hot and cold beverages we also know that community is a key ingredient in everything we brew. Watermark and The Coffee Factory take pride in being a flourishing business in the heart of the Nims Neighborhood and welcome our surrounding community members to this local gathering place with open arms and savory coffee.

In addition to our traditional espresso menu and rotating selection of coffees we also offer high-quality, specialty teas by Jasmine Pearl Tea Company, fresh-baked pastries from Happy Endings, and an assortment of exquisite food items to grab on the go or enjoy in house.

Open seven days a week, The Coffee Factory is the latest addition to the Watermark in Downtown, Muskegon.

Watermark is housed in the former Shaw Walker Furniture Factory, a million square feet, mixed-use development currently housing the Watermark Lofts, Watermark 920, Watermark Live and our newest addition The Coffee Factory.

Proudly serving Madcap Coffee: http://madcapcoffee.com/index
www.watermarkcenter.com 

ABOUT THE CONCERT SERIES:
The Spring Concert series was created by the team behind Watermark Live and showcases musical acts touring the great state of Michigan. The evening is hosted by singer/songwriter Christopher Cordle. The Spring Concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences of these peninsulas to music. Artists are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

ABOUT THE VENUE: 
Watermark 920: Muskegon's most innovative space for events is changing how we work and how we celebrate. This progressive urban address integrates productivity with creativity and is redefining event planning on the lakeshore. https://www.facebook.com/Watermark920]

ABOUT Watermark Live:
Watermark Live is the event and promotions arm of the Watermark Center headed up by a group of event professionals, artists and musicians from the Muskegon area; our group draws on a collaborative, not competitive attitude to bring you the most diverse events imaginable. Our events are intended to intrigue, excite, inform, and most importantly entertain. Whether you're attending one of our installments of our concert series, or dancing the night away at a Halloween extravaganza, or who knows what else we will come up with, you can bet you will have a great time.www.watermarkcenter.com/live

 

 


FREE ALL AGES SHOW*

Watermark Live and Red House Concert Series are joining forces to present a live show not to be missed! 

What do you get when you combine two high energy bands with passionate, music loving promoters? 

An evening with Roosevelt Diggs wsg Brother Adams! 

The Bands:

Roosevelt Diggs

For a Grand Rapids-based band reared on ’80s rock ‘n’ roll, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and “Casey Kasem Top 40” pop songs, Roosevelt Diggs seems an unlikely Americana outfit: a high-energy, vintage-sounding quartet that channels the ghosts of mythic figures from U.S. folklore with an upright bass, guitars, mandolin, banjo, melodica and drums. (courtesy of localspins.com).
www.facebook.com/rooseveltdiggslive

Brother Adams

"The unique combination of acoustic and electric instrumentation brings the idea of folk-rock to a new, almost experimental level in Holland-bred Brother Adams. The raw, Modest Mouse-esque rock ‘n’ roll vocals add even more urgency to the trio’s sound, urging the audience to scream the lyrics right along. That being said, a Brother Adams live performance is one not to be missed: These guys love to pull the audience into the expressive passion they pour out on every stage they step onto. Their newest release, “Blood,” is a fluid expression of stories and emotions, and after you see them live, you’ll be hooked." - www.localspins.com
www.facebook.com/BrotherAdams

*Donation to Kids Food Basket, Muskegon is suggested but not required to attend. 

DATE: 
Friday, May 20, 2016

WHAT: 
Watermark Live Spring Concert Series 

WHERE: 
Watermark 920 - 920 Washington Ave, Muskegon

SCHEDULE: 
Doors open at 6:30pm - come in and grab a sammy from Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack Or a drink from the bar - we will feature Michigan wine and beer for the evening, as well as a fully stocked bar. We will also have delicious coffee available from The Coffee Factory proudly serving Madcap Coffee 

Doors at 6:30pm
Show starts at: 7:00pm with 
Brother Adams

Featured act set: 8:30pm - Roosevelt Diggs

TICKETS: All ages - General admission - no cover*
*donation to Kids Food Basket Muskegon Suggested but not necessary to attend

ABOUT Red House Concert Series:
Since 2007, the Red House Concert Series has hosted more than 40 backyard and living room shows at our home. These private, invitation only events introduced many of our family and friends to intimate, listening room style shows. 

In 2016, we began partnering with local organizations with the common interest of bringing amazing music to the lakeshore. Our collaboration with the Tri-Cities Historical Museum has had a great kickoff, selling out the first two shows in January and February in advance.
As a Bonus: ***Watermark 920 is generously offering patrons a free coffee/soda/draft at this concert if you bring in a Music at the Museum ticket (one per person)!

We are pleased to partner with Kids Food Basket in Muskegon. Admission is free and donations of any amount are greatly appreciated but not required. All donations will be given to Kids Food Basket Muskegon. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and music starts at 7:30 p.m. for this all ages show.

Watermark 920 continues to offer space for events and a stage for musical acts to perform in an intimate setting and we are really excited to partner with Red House Concert Series on this show. The concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences to music and share it from the stage.

Watermark 920 is a great venue to enjoy live music, beer/wine from the cash bar, and Fatty Lumpkins sandwiches. Our bar will feature local craft beer options as well as a variety of non-alcoholic choices too. Artists for the series are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

CHARITABLE PARTNER: We are pleased to work with Kids Food Basket, Muskegon. We feel the best way to have a healthy community is to support it and the kids who belong to it! Kids Food Basket helps kids right here in our community....to read more, please visit their website here:http://www.kidsfoodbasket.org/about-us/muskegon] during the evening we will have lunch sacks available for you to decorate and we will donate them back to Kids Food Basket. We will provide the lunch sacks and the crayons/markers you just supply your imagination! 

DETAILS: There is plenty of seating, plenty of room to dance, and full service bar featuring Michigan beer and wine.. Join us in an intimate setting enjoying an evening of music. 

FOOD: Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack will be on hand with their "pop up" sandwich shop.

ABOUT THE CONCERT SERIES:
The Concert series was created by the team behind Watermark Live and showcases musical acts touring the great state of Michigan. The evening is hosted by singer/songwriter Christopher Cordle. The Spring Concert series is designed to expose the artists who put their experiences of these peninsulas to music. Artists are not chosen based on genre, rather they are chosen because they exhibit rare potential. Each concert is unique and makes for a diverse series of shows.

ABOUT THE VENUE: 
Watermark 920: Muskegon's newest and most innovative space for events is changing how we work and how we celebrate. This progressive urban address integrates productivity with creativity and is redefining event planning on the lakeshore. https://www.facebook.com/Watermark920]

ABOUT WATERMARK LIVE:
Watermark Live is the event and promotions arm of the Watermark Center headed up by a group of event professionals, artists and musicians from the Muskegon area; our group draws on a collaborative, not competitive attitude to bring you the most diverse events imaginable. Our events are intended to intrigue, excite, inform, and most importantly entertain. Whether you're attending one of our installments of our concert series, or dancing the night away at a Halloween extravaganza, or who knows what else we will come up with, you can bet you will have a great time.www.watermarkcenter.com/live