SUNDAY MARCH 31ST, 2019
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
| A new album by Scott Greeson |
| A new book by Vickie Maris |
| New goals for a new year! |
Get your tickets early for the Celebration Concert at Carnahan Hall.
Tickets go on sale Feb. 1, 2019.
|$5 ADVANCE| $10 AT THE DOOR|
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Scott Greeson and Trouble With Monday, and special guest, Michael Kelsey (producer and sound engineer of the new album) will be performing. Scott Greeson's new album is due out in the next month. CDs will be available for purchase at the concert. Vickie Maris' new book, Job Loss and the Cutback Blues, is now available in Amazon. You can bring your copy to get it autographed (books will also be available at the event). Join the group - Scott Greeson, Vickie Maris, Lee Anna Atwell, Greg Brassie, Kevin Ludwig, Mark Molter, Stan Wallace, Bryan Metzger, and Michael Kelsey, for a celebration concert at Carnahan Hall in Lafayette, Indiana. 7 pm on March 31.
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Scott Greeson is a singer/songwriter and entertainer who performs throughout Indiana and the Midwest. His original tunes are available on iTunes, Spotify and other music directories.

Scott performs as a soloist or in a duo, trio or quartet with members of the band, Scott Greeson and Trouble With Monday. As a 7-piece, the band has performed at countless fairs, festivals and concert venues.

The band has played the VIP stage prior to country acts such as Kenny Chesney, The Zac Brown Band and Brad Paisley, at Ruhoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Indianapolis (formerly Verizon, Klipsch and Deer Creek Music Center).


“Michael is a rock star: he inspires students with his passion and virtuosity. What he puts on stage is a celebration of creativity and the joy of music-making. He inspires students to go home and write a song themselves, and that is the definition of an excellent in-school artist: a great performer who inspires young people to be creators themselves.”
Luke Dennis, Executive Director
The Muse Machine -Dayton, Ohio