The Concerts at the Courthouse features Alan Turner & the Steel Horse Band
Alan Turner & the Steel Horse Band will be performing at this week’s Concerts at the Courthouse. The show will be Friday, August 4, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Historic Howell Courthouse Amphitheater at 200 E. Grand River.
This is a free series of concerts presented by the Livingston Arts Council throughout the summer, featuring rock, folk and blues entertainment at an outdoor family (and pet)-friendly venue. Pack a blanket or chair, and bring a snack or eat at one of Howell’s many downtown restaurants before enjoying the evening’s entertainment!
Not since Garth Brooks jumped off the stage and into people’s hearts has the country scene delivered such riveting entertainment as southeastern Michigan’s Alan Turner and his Steel Horse Band. His connection with his fans makes him stand out, and his rugged good looks and rich baritone vocals often have him touted as “Tim McGraw with a Toby Keith attitude.”
Across the USA and into Canada, Alan and his band have been thrilling crowds with distinctly high-energy country with a pumping rock’n’roll sound that no-one delivers better. From Alan jumping off stage to sing and dance with the fans, to the driving beat of a very confident and talented Steel Horse Band, you definitely don’t want to miss a show.
The Concerts at the Courthouse program runs every Friday night from June 30th – August 25th. In the event of inclement weather, concerts may be cancelled – listen to WHMI 93.5 for updates. No alcoholic beverages are permitted