Blues Rock performance at NYM Cultural Center on February 16th, 2019
The Cultural Center in New York Mills is inviting you to the Corey Medina & Brothers concert on Saturday, February 16th at 7:30pm at the Cultural Center.
Corey is a Native American Blues Artist from Shiprock, NM. He moved to northern Minnesota in 2012 and has collaborated with Incepticons Entertainment since then. This trio consists of Corey Medina (songwriting, vocals and guitar) Eric Sundeen (drums) and Gary Broste (upright bass) and are certain to have you toe-tapping along with their raw and soulful style.
Growing up Corey got his musical influence from his mother and uncles who listened to blues, classic country, soul, classic rock, and metal. Though Corey loves to just write and play music, his mission is to spread happiness through music to every person who may have a glimpse of what the “blues” really means and how it feels to struggle through life’s challenges.
Corey and “the brothers” set out to spread light to dark, and hope to the hopeless with their raw, soulful, intimate music and stage presence. We encourage you to attend this soul, indie, rock and blues concert with us!
Doors open at 7pm! Complimentary snacks and cash bar is provided. Before the show check out our gallery “Off our walls” of staff picks as well as Prose Poetry collection from Norway.
$15 Door / $12 Advance / $2 off for Members / $5 Students (college ID required)
For more information, call 218-385-3339, or visit www.kulcher.org
The Cultural Center in New York Mills is a rural hub for creativity, community vitality, and lifelong learning in the arts. We offer visitors intimate opportunities to encounter art and artists in our 80-seat concert listening room, two galleries in a historic building, a gift store featuring local artists, an artist residency program, a sculpture park, and a variety of opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive. Since our incorporation in 1990, we have been passionate about connecting people to artists and rich cultural experiences in rural Minnesota, celebrating the local and being a window to the world.
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