Singer/Songwriter Scotty Alan Brought His Talents To Downtown Ishpeming — Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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Scotty Alan Featured On Local Artist Show.

The Local Artist Show is live from the Roosevelt Cultural Center in Downtown Ishpeming! Listen to tonight’s show HERE.

Singer/Songwriter Scotty Alan

Scotty Alan Performing At Roosevelt Cultural Center in Downtown Ishpeming

Ishpeming, Michigan — Singer/Songwriter Scotty Alan was welcomed with open arms in Downtown Ishpeming at the Roosevelt Cultural Center. George Knight, Kurt and the entire gang were proud to present Scotty Alan. Scotty and his acoustic guitar rocked the Roosevelt Cultural Center! Scotty Alan performed many songs off his album called “Wreck and the Mess”. Here is a recap of what we brought you on the Local Artist Show:

  • “Goodbye”
  • “Your Hero?”
  • “Ain’t Much”
  • “Dam”
  • “Barn Dance”
  • “Do It Alone”
  • “Dusty Hollow”
  • “So Loud”
  • “Long Ways From Laughin'”
  • “Says Lately”

If you would like to find out more about Scotty Alan, you can visit his website HERE. You can pick up Scotty Alan’s album at various businesses around Marquette County and the Copper Country! Scotty’s album “Wreck and the Mess” is also available on Pandora.

As always, if you or someone you know is interested in being a part of the Local Artist Show, contact Kurt at Globe Printing in Downtown Ishpeming at (906) 485-1033. Be sure to join us for an encore presentation of Scotty Alan on the Local Artist Show this Sunday, October 16th at 6pm (est) only on 103.3 The Country Extreme.

Join us again next Wednesday, October 19th at 6pm (est) for another edition as we celebrate Local Artists on the Local Artist Show heard only on 103.3 The Country Extreme.

Thanks to our sponsors for making the Local Artist Show possible:

Globe Printing

Sombrero Sound Company

Oasis Grill of Ishpeming

You can listen to our archived broadcast of tonight’s show HERE.

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