BEN BENEDICT – JULY 22, 2017
Ben Benedict has been playing bluegrass since his father put a mandolin in his hands at the ripe old age of four. As a former member of the Henhouse Prowlers and Dog 1 he has toured both regionally and nationally, and can often be seen in clubs and festivals throughout the country with his band or sitting in with a variety of groups he has made friends with over the years.
His original song 'Simplify', as performed by the Henhouse Prowlers, won the 2010 International Acoustic Music Awards Bluegrass/Country song of the year. The song can also be heard on the popular video game 'Watchdogs' which was released in 2014. You can also hear Ben's original piece 'Newsome Ridge' as the theme song from the PBS mini-series 'The Ride of Our Lives', written, produced and recorded by NBC Today Show correspondent Mike Leonard.
Celebrating the Creative Spirit
Harbor Arts exists as a non-profit organization committed to organizing and disseminating information on social, cultural and political issues of interest to the community. Harbor Arts works in conjunction with performers, artists, writers and musicians sharing a vision of enriching lives through various media and expression. Located in Harbor Country, Michigan, the artis meet the quiet, beautiful lake and countryside. Check out the links below to find out about all of the exciting things to do.
Harbor Arts celebrates the creative spirit!
What to do when you visit:
Music and Theater at The Acorn
This 200 seat live theater hosts a 1925 Barton Theater pipe organ, bistro tables and an art gallery. Located behind the post office in Three Oaks Michigan.read more
Music in the Park
Come listen to music in beautiful Dewey Cannon Park. Saturdays at 6:30P.M. from Flag Day through Labor Day.read more
Cinema at the Vickers
Experience our intimate theatre and art gallery and enjoy a unique movie-going experience of independent, documentaries, foreign and foreign language films that we hope will open your minds, enrich your lives and entertain your spirit.read more
Join us for the hottest events of the summer: Music in the Park and the Three Oaks Sesquicentennial. Check back for updates on these and on other events all summer long.read more