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“Our live “Folkstage” performers were a new quartet formed from to longstanding duos– Annie & Rod Capps and Jim Bizer & Jan Krist have merged into Diamonds In the Rust. They perform both older material in new arrangements and brand new songs written for the quartet. They obviously love performing together and their diverse and skilled writing styles come to life with their upbeat and convincing performance. One member of the audience turned to me mid-set and said she couldn’t thank me enough for presenting them.” Rich Warren

WFMT, Folkstage

all the beautiful photographs by Jennifer Prouty 

Stay tuned for new material, recordings and bookings!

The following were recorded LIVE at Carrick’s Tiny Barn on May 19, 2017.

Upcoming Shows

Sunday, January 13th 2019 - 3:00pm
Farmington Community Library
32737 W 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI
United States
248-533-0300
Saturday, February 2nd 2019 - 8:00pm
Acoustic Renaissance Concert Series
11 West Maple Street
Hinsdale, IL
United States
Saturday, February 9th 2019 - 7:00pm
Pump House Concerts
368 Orchard Street
East Lansing, MI
United States
Friday, March 1st 2019 - 7:30pm
Howell Opera House
123 W Grand River
Howell, MI
United States

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Who are Diamonds in the Rust?

It was inevitable, perhaps – creative musical friends find other creative musical friends and can’t resist creating music together.  Out of the heart of the Midwest, two veteran Michigan duos join forces in a new quartet/quintet: Diamonds in the Rust.

In what began simply as an idea to tour together, Annie & Rod Capps and Jan Krist & Jim Bizer (along with percussionist/composer Alan Finkbeiner) have formed a new band.  Each already well-known for their performing prowess, the new group promises to be that much more.  Everyone sings, everyone plays multiple instruments, and the band boasts a trio of respected, award-winning songwriters.  The repertoire also includes a few choice selections from the rich musical history of the place where they grew and learned their craft.

Perhaps best of all is the palpable joy and camaraderie that happens between good musicians who are also good friends.  Diamonds in the Rust exists to share this with their audiences – the connection that happens when everyone is caught up in the music.

 

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