Detroit singer / songwriter Stewart Francke has announced that he is to play the Trinity House in Livonia on October 21.
A press release said that, “Stewart Francke's intrepid band of Detroit rocking soul men and women will invade the intimate confines of the Trinity House on Friday, October 21, 2011. TH is located at 6 Mile and 275 in Livonia. Tickets are jaw droppingly low ($12) for such an exciting act. But times being what they are in Detroit, we gotta keep it affordable. Besides, our aim is to give you something money can't buy anyway. Music so true it makes you walk on air. Music so true it makes your grandma weep. Music so true it makes your roof leak. Music so true it makes your problems but a distant worry for at least one night. Thanks and hope to see you there!”
Francke, recently the subject of a City Slang column, always makes for an entertaining evening. He also said that, “Great thanks for your continuing support of Heartless World, which can be purchased through stewartfrancke.com or downloaded through itunes, amazon or any worldwide distribution store.”
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