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My Dear Disco at the Michigan League

 

My Dear Disco rocked the Michigan League Ballroom Friday night! And I was there with my ears, my dancing shoes, and my trusty Nikon. This was the band’s first hometown show since last year’s Ann Arbor Summer Festival. And it was the centerpiece of a multi-venue, multi-act extravaganza, dubbed the Dancethink Triathlon. Roger LeLievre’s article offers a glimpse into how MDD conceived and produced this “Triathlon,” an event they’d like to grow.

Two more pieces of exciting “MDD in 2010” news: They’ll be opening this year’s Top of the Park. And they'll be performing at Lollapalooza.

Now, let’s roll the film…

My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | MDD was definitely plugged in and switched on. Kudos to everyone involved in the design and execution of this complex stage show. Go crew!
MDD was definitely plugged in and switched on. Kudos to everyone involved in the design and execution of this complex stage show. Go crew!
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | Tyler Duncan on keyboards | Guitarist Robert Lester
Tyler Duncan on keyboards | Guitarist Robert Lester
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | Bassist Christian Carpenter
Bassist Christian Carpenter
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | Vocalist Michelle Chamuel | Drummer Mike Shea
Vocalist Michelle Chamuel | Drummer Mike Shea
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | What’s black and white and red all over?
What’s black and white and red all over?
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | Tyler Duncan with his uilleann pipe
Tyler Duncan with his uilleann pipe
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | The Michigan League Ballroom felt both roomy and intimate.
The Michigan League Ballroom felt both roomy and intimate.
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | A study in circles
A study in circles
My Dear Disco at the Michigan League | fin
fin
 

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I’m a professional photographer specializing in studio and lifestyle portraits of children, families, high school seniors, and performing artists. I live in Ann Arbor with my husband, Rich, and our 14-year-old son, Max. Learn more about my portrait and headshot services at Myra Klarman Photography.

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