LMO Celebrates Seven Years

Little Marsh Overflow (LMO) returns to Door County on Saturday, May 24 at the Hitching Post in Valmy and Sunday, May 25 at the Mink River Basin in Ellison Bay for their Seventh Anniversary Party, an event that has become a Northern Door Memorial Day Weekend tradition. Both shows start at 10 pm and have a $5 cover charge. Please do come out and wish the boys congratulation on seven years of good times and music.

One of the fastest growing names in the Midwest music scene, Little Marsh Overflow is quickly growing into a force to be reckoned with. An original rock band, LMO draws on a wide variety of influences to create their own unique style of music. From Stevie Wonder to Neil Young and from The Beatles to Ween, LMO strives to pay homage to all the music that has helped shape them along the way. While the band has always been stumped when pressed for a quick answer in regards to what type of music they play, Stephanie Music from considers it a “progressive rock, funk jam art form.”

With Wade Coisman on Bass and Kai Andersen on drums, LMO is proud to boast an extremely tight and talented rhythm section that’s guaranteed to keep people off their seat and on their feet. This solid foundation is heavily complimented by Mark Weber’s soulful guitar work, Joshua Gregory’s, intelligent and unique keyboards, powerful vocals all around, and insightful storytelling.

LMO has shared the stage with many quality musical acts, including Jackson Browne, The Big Wu, ULU, Pat MacDonald, Eric McFadden, Kim Manning and too many more to name.

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