The Potter's Field to be featured at this week's AnnArbor.com concert on the patio
Consisting of John Natiw of Canton and Rochelle Clark of Chelsea, the duo has released their debut album, "Pleasureville," last November. Tom Saunders, host of the "FolkIt!" program on A3Radio, calls this new CD "one of the best I've heard all year." In August 2011, one of John Natiw's songs from the debut CD, "Don't Look Down When You Go," took first place at the Riverfolk Festival Songwriting Competion at The Ark.
Known for poetic, gritty lyrics, driving instrumental style (including acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, harmonica, typical and non-typical percussion elements and the occasional kazoo), close and powerful vocal harmonies and easy stage presence, The Potter's Field surprises with new songs and ideas that sound familiar yet somehow nostalgic. They've played in venues and at festivals throughout Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky.
For more on The Potter's Field, check out their website.
Listen to these Potter's Field songs:
The Potter's Field will play at noon Friday, July 27 on the patio of the AnnArbor.com Community Space at 301 E. Liberty Street, at Fifth Avenue. The AnnArbor.com Summer Concert Series continues at noon Fridays throughout the season; check out the website for more information.