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Michael Sherry / Humble Digs in Greenfield


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Aug 18 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center is proud to present rock and blues singer-songwriter Michael Sherry, in concert on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017 at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). The concert will be held at Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, 289 Main St., Greenfield, MA. Advance tickets are $8 and available at http://hawksandreed.com (tickets at the door are $10). Local folk/jazz group Humble Digs will also perform.

Michael Sherry is a singer-songwriter, balladeer and philosopher, playing acoustic rock, blues, and country rock. Folk music great Judy Collins said, “Michael Sherry is wonderful.… I love Michael’s songs, they are beautiful and he is a very talented and inspirational singer.”

Amherst-based Humble Digs started off as two guys piecing together folky songs with weird jazzy excursions. Eventually, a full band was formed. Influenced by the songwriting of ’70s sophisticats and adventurous live bands, their music makes you jump, sway, or rage.

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Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center
289 Main St.
Greenfield, MA
United States
42° 35' 15.9612" N, 72° 36' 4.3056" W
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