The Cutlerville-Gaines Chamber of Commerce features the 28th Annual Brian Diemer Family of Races

It was a terrific day! Thank you so much for joining the Diemer Family of Races for another successful race day. Today's first place goes to Sundry. Second place went to Plain Jane Glory, and third was claimed by Alden Nash. We appreciated seeing every one of you out there today.

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Alden Nash

Alden Nash is a blues-oriented rock band that plays original and cover songs. The band plays primarily in the West Michigan area.

The band members are John Teichman, lead guitar & vocals, Jason Kae-Smith, drums, Jeff Post, bass & vocals and John Uplinger, rythym guitar and harmonica. The band has just released a new album entitled "Alden Nash" which is available to listen to on their website at as well as being available for purchase and download on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.

You can also check the band out at Facebook.


In the Moment

In The Moment is the rock-based musical collaboration of Dan Walldorff and Tim Acker. Our focus is to entertain with song while incorporating the unique and diverse energy of the audience present at each performance - in the moment.

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Plain Jane Glory

Plain Jane Glory is a husband and wife duo from West Michigan specializing in a brand of Neo-Folk/Americana music that is honest, passionate, heartfelt, eclectic, and nostalgic all at once. They use a variety of instrumentation including: vocal harmonies, violin/fiddle, acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica, and percussion to create a surprisingly big sound for a duo. Their live performances are full of unbridled and infectious energy and their genuine love of making music together is evident from the very first note. Their unique musical chemistry has helped them garner a devout fan base in their hometown of Muskegon and the surrounding areas. Their live performances often transform coffee houses, breweries, bars, and restaurants into an intimate party that culminates in infectious toe tapping, hand clapping, dancing, hooting and hollering, and all sorts of revelry.

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The Sleeping Gypsies
The Sleeping Gypsies assault unsuspecting listeners with an infectious blend of rock, swing, soul, and blues that is both interesting and accessible, recalling classic acts such as T.Rex and Van Morrison while also showing similarities to contemporary artists like The Black Keys and Mayer Hawthorne.

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Sundry [sun-dree] - adjective 1. various or diverse. The band Sundry was inspired by the realization that we are all different and unique; we are all "sundry". However, in the midst of our differences, there are commonalities we share as a part of being human. It is with this in mind that Sundry writes and performs music. 

Sundry started last September (2015) and since then has been hard at work writing, recording an EP, and getting their name out to the public. Their debut EP, "Of Various Kinds" will be released to the world this July.

Two Dudes in Flip Flops

Two Dudes in Flip Flops is comprised of the brothers Grossenbacher. Greg and Jeff provide "Trop Rock for Your Caribbean Soul" via guitar, steel pan and tight vocal harmonies designed to take you to the islands. Greg and Jeff have been performing music together for quite some time. They began with the bluegrass band "The Cedar Shack Gang", then they formed the "Sons-of-Beaches" - a Jimmy Buffett style party band in which they still perform today.  After taking a break from the SOB's for awhile, Greg began joining Jeff at his Thursday night Island-Breeze steel pan show and the Two Dudes in Flip Flops were born.

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Even More Entertainment - Celtic Kilroy

Celtic Kilroy will be providing post-race entertainment near the awards tables, between the race and the awards ceremony!

Celtic Kilroy’s repertoire consists of a mixture of traditional Celtic tunes along with a variety of contemporary classics. His presentations and delivery is always full of energy and is steeped in a celebration of life and all it has to offer. He plays a variety of instruments such as guitar, banjo, harmonica, Irish penny whistle, Irish drum (bordhan) and rhythm bones. 

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