Award-winning songwriters and multiinstrumentalist twin brothers San and Laz Slomovits return to the Box Factory stage on September 24th at 7:30pm. The brothers form a twoman band: Gemini. San and Laz are nationally known for their music for children. In their upcoming concert, “Those were the Days,” the brothers celebrate the music of the 1960s by covering some of the iconic songs of Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Malvina Reynolds, Peter, Paul and Mary, Joni Mitchell, and Simon & Garfunkel. Concertgoers are encouraged to sing along to their favorite songs.
Throughout the concert, Gemini will be joined by the ‘All God’s Children Community Choir.’ This choir is a racially diverse group of boys and girls, ages four to eighteen, from many communities in Southwest Michigan. Now in its 17th year, ‘All God’s Children Community Choir’ has performed at numerous events, including a special Martin Luther King Day concert at Chicago’s Navy Pier. Other highlights have included a special Habitat for Humanity performance for former President Jimmy Carter, a Holiday Traditions concert with the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra with Metropolitan Opera star Angela Brown, and performances with renowned musicians Tom Chapin, Josh White Jr., LaRon Williams, Nikki Harris, Pamela Chappell, Peter Yarrow, and Gemini.
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