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Community Sing with Matt Watroba

Wednesday, Jan. 29         7 to 8:30 p.m.


We've lined up Detroit area singer-songwriter Matt Watroba to come to Unity of Blue Water for a community sing! 

We saw him do this at Thumbfest in Lexington last summer and thought it would be a perfect thing to do at Unity.  

No admission but a love offering will be collected to help cover the cost.


Learn more about Matt at https://www.mattwatroba.net/





News Release:  Unity to host Community Sing with Matt Watroba


Award-winning folk performer Matt Watroba will bring his popular Community Sing event to Unity of Blue Water at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The public is invited to come share this lively experience, where all willing singers, at all levels of skill, can enjoy the power of song and musical participation.

The Detroit area singer-songwriter has spread the joy of singing together on concert stages, at festivals, in educational settings and in workshops for more than 25 years.

He brings a unique set of talents to the stage as an educator, performer and master of ceremonies.  His passion for bringing community together through music and education is infectious. And the addition of Watroba’s own special brand of humor helps provide an entertaining and enlightening experience.

Watroba’s Community Sing project is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating a tradition of singing in communities and neighborhoods across North America and beyond. The simple act of regularly gathering groups of singers—of all levels—to share songs, is a powerful and even transformational act for body and soul.

Many know Matt Watroba as the voice of folk music in Michigan for his work with WDET–Detroit Public Radio. As producer and host of the Folks Like Us program, and the nationally syndicated, Sing Out Radio Magazine and Folk Alley, Watroba has come in contact with many aspects of folk music and culture. This has helped shape a repertoire and presentation that is unique on stages across the state and country.

In 2019, Watroba, along with his life-long musical partner Robert Jones, Co-founded the Detroit Non-Profit, Common Chords. Also in 2019, Watroba was inducted into the Folk DJ Hall of Fame at the Folk Alliance International conference in Montreal.

Unity of Blue Water is located at 431 17th Street, Port Huron. The Community Sing program is offered on a love offering basis, with no registration required.

For more program details, visit www.unityofbluewater.org or call Unity of Blue Water at
(810) 982-2820.

Learn more about the engaging work of Matt Watroba at www.mattwatroba.net .