Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Songwriters' Open Mic Night

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Join us for our weekly Thursday Open Mic Night!

Our open mic nights showcase local singer/songwriters--whether you're a seasoned performer or a new comer that wants to perform in front of an audience for the first time, come on out and join the fun! 

Sign up begins at 6:30pm and open mic will commence at 7pm. Hosted by Mark Lowe.

*All events are free to attend, but we ask that anyone
taking a seat make a purchase from Crescent Moon.

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Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

Songwriters' Open Mic Night

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Join us for our weekly Thursday Open Mic Night!

Our open mic nights showcase local singer/songwriters--whether you're a seasoned performer or a new comer that wants to perform in front of an audience for the first time, come on out and join the fun! 

Sign up begins at 6:30pm and open mic will commence at 7pm. Hosted by Mark Lowe.

*All events are free to attend, but we ask that anyone
taking a seat make a purchase from Crescent Moon.

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Sep
5
7:00 PM19:00

Songwriters' Open Mic Night

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Join us for our weekly Thursday Open Mic Night!

Our open mic nights showcase local singer/songwriters--whether you're a seasoned performer or a new comer that wants to perform in front of an audience for the first time, come on out and join the fun! 

Sign up begins at 6:30pm and open mic will commence at 7pm. Hosted by Mark Lowe.

*All events are free to attend, but we ask that anyone
taking a seat make a purchase from Crescent Moon.

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Sep
11
7:00 PM19:00

Lily DeTaeye

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Lily DeTaeye is a Des Moines native, harmonica-wielding singer songwriter signed to Station 1 Records. Juggling a music career along with being a full time student at the University of Iowa, she is a prolific writer with a captivating and powerful voice. After the release of her EP, appropriately titled “The EP”, last November, DeTaeye has been traveling the highways of the Midwest touring solo and with her band. She’s working on a new full length-album of material being recorded at Jim Eno’s (Spoon) Public Hi-Fi in Austin, TX.

Find Lily on Spotify, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

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Oct
12
8:00 PM20:00

Rascal Martinez

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Hailing from a small Midwest village in Nebraska, young Rascal Martinez began playing music at a young age. Rascal began his multi-instrumentalist career in the family basement, learning guitar and drums and playing alongside his older brother. Throughout school, Rascal continued to develop his craft and began writing his own music, which channels an eclectic mixture of Americana and Folk. Early recordings of the duo were done in the family basement using free software and a few shoddy microphone stands.

Seizing every opportunity to perform, Rascal began playing basement shows to mostly family and friends. His insatiable appetite to perform and passion for the craft grew along with his love of making people happy through his music. After graduating high school in 2012, Rascal entered college and continued writing and performing around the Midwest.

A pivotal point in Rascal’s career was back in 2011 when a Chicago Radio DJ met Rascal as he was passing through North Platte. Nate Bell had the opportunity to listen to Rascal and also receive a copy of one of the first CD’s Rascal produced, “The Long Road”. His music was a big hit and impressed the station manager, W.C. “Bill” Turk. "From the first song, I was hooked,” “Rock is replete with pretenders, borrowers and copycats, but once in a great while comes an artist who channels a spirit with a fresh yet familiar and resonant style,” Turk wrote. Rascal has been a featured guest several times over the years building a loyal fan base in Chicago. Turk, says it best, “Rascal’s music channels a mix of rockabilly, folk and country, with a subtext of Latin melodies and his vocals come up out of the Nebraska plain like cool summer swell.” Rascal’s enjoys writing his own songs but also appreciates performing the 50s and 60s timeless hits along with other genres.

Rascal continues to expand his fan base and has been traveling the US performing in many different cities for the past 18 months. He recently completed his 3rd album in Nashville, Tennessee titled “City Man”. The newly written songs feature his trademark deep, raspy voice with a folk rock sound and addictive melodies. The first song on the album, “I Wanna Fly”, speaks to all of us who are always searching for a little bit more in life, the title song “City Man”, speaks to changes in coming from a small town to the big city.

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Aug
15
7:00 PM19:00

Songwriters' Open Mic Night

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Join us for our weekly Thursday Open Mic Night!

Our open mic nights showcase local singer/songwriters--whether you're a seasoned performer or a new comer that wants to perform in front of an audience for the first time, come on out and join the fun! 

Sign up begins at 6:30pm and open mic will commence at 7pm. Hosted by Mark Lowe.

*All events are free to attend, but we ask that anyone
taking a seat make a purchase from Crescent Moon.

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Aug
14
7:00 PM19:00

LNK: New Music Collective "Amongst Friends"

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Come hear a variety of compositions presented by the LNK New Music Collective, featuring music composed by ourselves and some friends!

Check out this lineup of works being featured for this performance:

"Fanfare for a New Year" for clarinet, flugelhorn, cello, and percussion, by Elysia Arntzen

"Todi Dances with Pentatonicism" for solo clarinet, by Krista Connelly

"Stranger" for solo viola, by Elysia Arntzen

"Zodiac" for clarinet, flugelhorn, cello, and percussion, by Josh Spaulding

"Intermezzo No. 3" for solo clarinet, by Josh Spaulding

"You, As You Were Before You Existed", for violin and cello, by Jessica Rudman

"To Build a Bond So Strong" for alto saxophone and vibraphone, by Josh Spaulding

"Orbit" for solo vibraphone, by Elysia Arntzen

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