Farewell for now

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The SchwonkSoundStead hosts Manifest the Machine’s last show
Lily Petit
Staff Writer

Don’t miss what might be your last chance to hear Manifest the Machine live. The Port Huron based experimental rock band will be stepping out of the public light for an indefinite period of time.
Manifest the Machine will be playing on Sept. 28 at 7p.m at The SchwonkSoundStead located at 1521 7th street. The Tiny Ugly Germs and Joseph Merrill will be performing as well.
Admission is free but donations will be accepted.
Manifest considers this show to be a final salute to fans and supporters. Travis Boone, 21, says, “We are all grateful, the whole band.”
The post rock band consists of brothers Corey Strobbe, 20, on drums and Chris Strobbe, 19, on guitar. Add Travis Boone, 21, on keyboard, and Zach Nye, 19, on bass; the band is complete.
Manifest says, “If things work out in the far future, we’ll step back into the light and perform, but even if that happens it won’t be for a while.”

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