Kelly Shively performs songs combining love, family, and farming, touching them all with the humor, faith, and hope that guides her through her Northern Michigan lifestyle. She reveres the old ways of traditional music and strives to incorporate that into her work. She accompanies herself on Celtic harp, banjo, banjola, banjimer, and fiddle.
Listen to her perform at the Huber Senior Center in Brutus on Tuesday, October 3 and at the Petoskey Friendship Center on Tuesday, October 17.
Lunch will be served at noon. Lunch is available to those aged 60 and over for a minimum suggested donation of $3.00 per person. Those under 60 and accompanying a senior may purchase a lunch pass for $5 per person.