MAE with TERRIBLE THINGS, WINDSOR DRIVE, and MIKE MAINS AND THE BRANCHES at the Eagle Theater

TUESDAY OCTOBER 26, 2010
doors at 6:30PM
tickets: $13 / $15 (buy tickets)

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Fusion Shows is excited and saddened at the same time to announce the final Michigan concert appearance from one of our favorite acts, MAE. From Chesapeake, Virginia, this pop/rock band has had a very successful career, with now classic records such as Destination Beautiful and the Everglow earning them high praise and a large and loyal fanbase. In recent years, lineup changes, economic hardships, and the failing music industry has led to changes in the way the band has went about their business. Instead of raising prices and gouging their customers, Mae responded by donating a significant portion of their proceeds from their EP's "(M)orning" and "(A)fternoon" to charitable organizations. In 2009, they released one song per month, all with themes based on helping one another, and helped build homes for those less fortunate through Habitat for Humanity.

Mae's live show is both pleasing to the ear and the eye, with visual accompaniments ranging from projectors to intense light shows. For this final tour, the original five members of the band return to the stage together.

The final appearance in Michigan for Mae takes place at the Eagle Theater at the Crofoot on Tuesday, October 26, 2010, as part of the "Goodbye, Goodnight Tour". New band TERRIBLE THINGS, consisting of Fred Mascherino (formerly of Taking Back Sunday and The Color Fred), Andy Jackson (of Hot Rod Circuit fame), and Josh Eppers (ex-drummer for Coheed and Cambria), will play the direct support slot, with tour openers WINDSOR DRIVE (Weston, Wisconsin) and local favorites MIKE MAINS AND THE BRANCHES (Owosso, Michigan).

 

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