Willy Porter, Acclaimed Poet/Singer/Songwriter Performs at C3 Exchange, a Forward Thinking Community on Sunday Nov 18, at 10:00 AM in Grand Haven, MI.

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Willy Porter makes this stop in West Michigan after shows in Illinois and Ann Arbor. We’re happy to snag him on his way back home to Wisconsin. With 8 music albums under his belt, Willy has toured with artists as diverse as Jeff Beck and Tori Amos. Tori had this to say, “Willy plays rhythms that make me want to crawl inside his guitar and sleep there forever.” This is a must-see performance! Join us at C3 Exchange in Grand Haven, MI to see him.

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“Willy plays rhythms that make me want to crawl inside his guitar and sleep there forever.” Tori Amos

Continuing its tradition of outstanding contemporary music performances, C3 Exchange, a progressive, inclusive spiritual community located in West Michigan, will host singer/songwriter Willy Porter. http://www.willyporter.com

Known for his savvy lyrics, deft guitar playing, and compelling rhythms, Porter is garnering fans all over the country.

His songs and lyrics are appreciated by people at C3 Exchange - a Community of progressive free thinkers in West Michigan. Located in the middle of a conservative area,the Grand Haven community draws its members from areas as far away as Grand Rapids, Ada, Muskegon, and even Holland. Together the group is leaving behind traditional religion and forming a Community focused on discussing contemporary issues and doing good without religion. United in a love of science and good music, C3 is forging a new path.

Willy’s tongue in cheek lyrics such as “How to Rob a Bank” (buy a few good suits and sit on the Board) fit perfectly with the C3 community’s more facetious viewpoint.

For a different experience on Sunday morning, where one may enjoy provocative ideas and free thought, come meet Willie and guest speaker Fred Stella at the C3 Exchange Meeting Sunday morning at the Grand Haven Community Center in Grand Haven, MI. All are welcome. Casual dress and jeans are fine. Ten AM See the web site for directions. Child care is available.

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