Join Lansing's Sean Anthony Sullivan and Canton’s Second Hand Mojo for an evening of rock ‘n’ roll 8 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 4) at Mac’s Bar.
“Concertgoers can look forward to two electric performances, with original and familiar tunes primed for an engaging and absolutely electric atmosphere,” Sullivan said. “Both Michigan artists, intent on keeping the classic-rock sound alive and fresh through new music, deliver their songs with a nod to the timeless and enduring genre.”
Second Hand Mojo will be making its Lansing performance debut. The group has opened for plenty of larger rock acts, including Jackyl, Humble Pie, The Babys, Brother Cane and more. Its single “Kiss My Baby Tonight” has garnered attention throughout the country, gaining more than 400,000 views on YouTube and charting in the Top 50 on Spotify for New Classic Rock in North America. The band just dropped another new single, “Good Vibes,” on Oct. 27.
Sean Anthony Sullivan, who grew up in Charlotte and returned to the Lansing area from Oregon during the COVID-19 pandemic, is influenced by rock ‘n’ roll legends such as Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen and The Black Crowes. Two of his songs have been featured in the video game series “Rock Band,” and he’s joined in performances by Charlotte-based bassist Casey DeMott and Michigan State University graduate and drummer Lucas Lindsay.
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