Joey Vee Returns to Lawnchair Music Series Friday

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After six weeks of pure fun and entertainment, the members of Sandusky Arts Council are closing the season with audience favorite, Joey Vee.
Joey has been entertaining people most of his life, having started his first band when he was just 18. At that time, Joey was studying engineering in college, but he was also writing his own original material and performing it for local audiences. He currently performs on a regular basis in Michigan and other surrounding states and Canada. He has opened for over a dozen well known country artists, among them Lorrie Morgan and Montgomery Gentry. Joey was nominated for a Detroit Music Award for “Best Country Vocalist” in 2015 and in 2017 was nominated for “Best Country Song” for Look at What You’ve Done. He regularly performs in concerts for Veterans in Crisis and Gilda’s Club.
Sandusky Arts Council wishes to thank all of our sponsors and our performers, but especially our audience members. Please, support our local businesses who have chosen to spend some of their money on supporting the arts and giving us the ability to produce these concerts, which our audiences enjoy, free of charge.
We are always looking for new members to help us with the Lawnchair Music Series and to work on other projects. Anyone interested in working with a dedicated group of people who love the arts, please see one of the members at the series, connect with us on Facebook at Sandusky Arts Council, on Twitter at @Sandusky_Arts or on our web page, Sandusky Arts.org. You don’t have to have experience in the arts, just appreciate them and have some energy to spare. We begin setting up for the concerts about 230 pm on Fridays-if you would like to help, please show up and ask for Kevin Kohn.
In case of inclement weather, we are able to relocate our concerts this year to Maple Valley. We will blast this information on all of our social media and on the local radio stations. We will also have very large, brightly colored signs announcing the change in venue in prominent places around town.
Thanks so much for a great season and we can’t wait to begin working on our line up for Summer, 2023.

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