Meet Mitch Ryder

Thursday, June 21

7:00 pm

YDL-Whittaker

, Community Room

Adult

Mitch Ryder (that’s right, THE Mitch Ryder– the “unsung heart and soul of the Motor City rock & roll scene ”*) is coming to YDL.  Mitch will talk with Ann Arbor 107one’s Martin Bandyke about the ups and downs of a stellar career that has spanned six decades. Mitch will also discuss his freshly-penned autobiography, Devils and Blue Dresses: My Wild Ride as a Rock and Roll Legend, and his recent, critically-acclaimed CD The Promise, produced by the legendary Don Was. The evening will include a Q&A with audience members. Copies of Devils and Blue Dresses will be available for purchase [cash only], and Mitch will be signing these.  Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to visit with the singularly talented Mitch Ryder, brought to you with support from the Bank of Ann Arbor.

Catch Mitch earlier in the day as he performs live from noon to 1 p.m. at the Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch at the corner of Liberty and Division in downtown Ann Arbor.

*All Music Guide

Upcoming

Young Writers’ Showcase | Saturday, October 25, 11:00 am, Whittaker Road | No Registration Required
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