La Saint-Sylvestre avec Créole du Nord à Chelsea! New Year's Eve Party!

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Two pieces of info: 1. Info about the Chelsea alehouse invitation and 2. Info about Creole du Nord.

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http://chelseaalehouse.com/youre-invited-to-our-new-years-eve-party/

You’re Invited to our New Year’s Eve Party
Posted on December 14, 2013 by Aubrey Martinson — No Comments ↓
Ring in the New Year at Chelsea Alehouse Brewery with Cajun & Zydeco music, party favors, yummy food, great beer, door prizes, photo booth, and more!

Creole Du Nord’s sound can be traced to southwest Louisiana’s traditional music mixed with some crossover tunes. They play Zydeco, Cajun & other traditional music that suggests sounds rooted in pre-mass media Americana. On accordion, fiddle, banjo, electric guitar, bass and percussion they mix things up between different forms of Old Time Creole & Cajun music. Their music is what the band refers to as “.. a down-home sound bound to keep you moving…”

Tickets are $30 per person and must be purchased in person at Chelsea Alehouse Brewery (limit 4). Ticket price include hot & cold appetizers all night, deserts, two drinks, and midnight toast! Additional drinks can be purchased at a discount throughout the evening.

Admission for FOUNDING MEMBERS and MUG CLUB MEMBERS ONLY on sale NOW.

Admission for GENERAL PUBLIC available beginning Tuesday, December 17th.

Add yourself to the guest list IN PERSON at Chelsea Alehouse Brewery located at 420 N. Main Street, Suite #100 during regular business hours.

Admission is first-come-first-serve and WILL SELL OUT. An individual may purchase no more than four tickets at a time. No one under 21 admitted after 8 pm on New Year’s Eve. Valid ID required to enter. We reserve the right to deny re-entry.

Please contact Aubrey Martinson at Aubrey@ChelseaAlehouse.com with any questions.

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Info about Créole du Nord. Mark is one of our members here at FIAA

http://www.creoledunord.com/live/

CREOLE DU NORD - Cajun, Zydeco & other traditional music
Mark Palms, P.O. 133 Manchester MI 48158
The band’s sound can be traced to southwest Louisiana’s traditional music mixed with some crossover tunes as in “Cluck Old Hen” or “Rueben’s Train”. They play Zydeco, Cajun & other traditional music that suggests sounds rooted in pre-mass media Americana. On accordion, fiddle, banjo, electric guitar, bass, percussion, they mix things up between different forms of Old Time & Cajun music and most of it is dance, dance, dance. This music usually keeps uneasy company with slicker stuff. It’s what the band refers to as "..down home sound for sawing or two-steppin’ on a sawdust
floor ..that’s what we’re really talking about." So, come hear the band, move a little, and have some fun.
So...Where's the passion? - traditional music ! It seems that old time music and Louisiana music bring a real element of passion to this band. It’s become of mission of of band leader Mark Palms to find Cajun tunes, waltzes, and old time fiddle music that lifts the spirit. “Creole du Nord” is proud to be a small part of keeping this passionate music alive. So if you find us playing for a community event, a festival, or simply for pleasure... we hope you enjoy what you hear and can appreciate what we love most.
members
Mark Palms - accordion, fiddle Mike Zivsak - fiddle, scrubboard Randy Markey - guitars, banjo Chuck Anderson - acoustic & elec bass Geoff Kinde - drums, t-fer

Organizer
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Mark Palms joined FIAA recently and told me about this. He plays accordion and fiddle. If you can go, it should be a lovely and fun gliding (guten Rutsch) into the New Year. Enjoy! You will pay by going on line or by calling. Do it quickly. It will sell out.

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