Melissa Etheridge invited Hey Mavis to perform on her 2018 cruise! Click image for more details.

Melissa Etheridge invited Hey Mavis to perform on her 2018 cruise! Click image for more details.


"Hey Mavis has the qualities I love in a great band - originality, solid musicianship, amazing vocals and an openness to experimentation."

-Adam Aijala, Yonder Mountain String Band

 


This crew could single handedly ignite a whole new folk music scare. Killer stuff!

-Midwest Record
Listen to Hey Mavis on Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know - April 23 2016 (0:54:50)

Listen to Hey Mavis on Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know - April 23 2016 (0:54:50)

Hear Hey Mavis on NPR's Mountain Stage May 7, 2015

Hear Hey Mavis on NPR's Mountain Stage May 7, 2015

Hey Mavis News

Look About Lodge SELL OUT Show 

Huge thanks to all those who joined us at the beautiful Look About Lodge!!!!  Such a lovely venue, with the fire crackling in the background, and an attentive and enthusiastic audience in the foreground.  And a KNOCKOUT introduction by Marvin.  We look forward to playing the lodge again soon!

Happy Holidays!!!  Podcast

Many moons ago, we thought it would be fun to contribute to the vast and crazy genre of holiday music.  We were invited by Michael Stanley to appear on his Christmas compilation, 'Tis the Season: "This 19 track seasonal release features classic and original holiday songs recorded by some of the best musicians the North Coast has to offer."

Our contribution was a little ditty called "Santa Knows".  

HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!!!!!
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Laurie Michelle Caner Awarded 2016-2017 Akron Knight Arts Challenge Grant 

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Arts Challenge funds the best ideas for engaging and enriching Akron through the arts. The project will "celebrate Akron’s heritage by creating a vibrant and beautiful book and CD of original illustrations by Leandra Drumm and songs by Laurie Michelle Caner based on stories about the Ohio and Erie Canal." Stay tuned for Hey Mavis concerts and workshops based on this work, starting in late February, 2017. See article in Cleveland Plain Dealer.