SAT MAY 18
The 30th Annual ZOO-DE-MACK rolls through town as another summer season begins at historic Legs Inn. And there's no better reason to invite our old friend Kirby back to kick things off, musically-speaking, that is. Kirby brings a unique mix of acoustic guitar, rich vocals and harmonica wizardry with him as he returns to entertain the masses in the beautiful and scenic outdoor Legs Inn gardens during the annual ZOO-DE-MACK!
JULY 5, 12, 19, 26
AUGUST 2, 9, 16, 23, 28 (Chamber Event), 30
KIRBY - Kirby Snively is one of Northern Michigan's top musical folk artists, as well as a good friend to Legs Inn. His music consists of a unique blend of acoustic guitar, rich vocals and harmonica wizardry, which appeals to audiences of all ages. Lend an ear...kick off your shoes...flip on that party light. Hey, this guys is good! Take in the panoramic views and breathtaking sunsets as Kirby performs live in the Legs Inn Garden.
JULY 26 + AUGUST 16
Dr. Goodhart's Home Remedy was formed back in 1982 as one of the regular "house bands" for the early Blissfest festivals. The Remedy takes you on a musical journey through America's musical heritage as well as other cultures to experience folk and roots music in its many forms. The group is well versed in many musical styles including: Swing, Jazz, Blues, Irish, Cajun, Appalachian, Gospel, Bluegrass, Gypsy, Ethnic styles and original tunes. The band's leader and founder, Dr. Goodhart himself (AKA Jim Gillespie/Mr. Blissfest) regularly inspires audiences with his special brand of humor as he embarks on a patter that is reminiscent of an old time medicine show. The other band members supply the necessary spice of musicianship, poise and professionalism. Dr. Goodhart has thrilled young and old audiences alike and will revive your senses as well as maybe even sell you a bottle of their famous, patent pending, all natural, Dr. Goodhart's Home Remedy tonic.
Legs Inn and Blissfest.org Present: Steve ‘N’ Seagulls. This Finnish band has rocketed to worldwide acclaim after a video of them doing a bluegrass version of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck in a simple rural setting went mega-viral in the summer of 2014. Soon thereafter, these five guys were international stars, and the video now has well over 81 million views. Keeping up the theme of grassy rock and metal covers, the band has gathered a large and loyal following to themselves, with a long list of clever videos on YouTube. Don’t miss this special live performance at historic Legs Inn.