Pump House Concerts: Nathan Bell
Nathan Bell returns to Pump House Concerts with a just released album that, like all of his records, is receiving critical acclaim.
"The eleven hardscrabble tales were so captivating that I didn’t notice...he performed them all solo" - American Standard Time.
$15 suggested donation
ALSO - Nathan will be performing at The Broad Museum's Acoustic Lunch. Same day at 12:30 - FREE Preview show
ALSO ALSO, Nathan will be featured at the Our Daily Work / Our Daily Lives Brown Bag Lunch series at MSU. http://hrlr.msu.edu/
Monday, September 25, 12:15 - “I Don’t Do This for Love, I Do This for Love: New Songs of Working and Not Working” - Nathan Bell, Singer/Songwriter, Green Room, MSU Library, Room 449W (co-sponsored by the MSU Library Colloquia Series)
The Pump House is a neighborhood-run listening room located in the heart of the Bailey Neighborhood in East Lansing (368 Orchard St.). It is a converted water-pumping house built by the WPA in the 1930’s. This intimate atmosphere provides a comfortable and involving listening environment; it’s a very special way to listen to music.
We only sell tickets at the door. Suggested donation is almost always $15 (occasionally $20). All money goes to the musicians. We only do one show a month, almost always on Sunday evenings.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or booking info.