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Myron Elkins and The Dying Breed

June 12 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm


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We are happy to welcome up and coming artist Myron Elkin’s and The Dying Breed to Broad Leaf as part of our Friday night Evergreen Music Series. Our ALL AGES show will start at 9 p.m., with a $5 cover for 21+ and a $10 cover for minors.

Get a sneak peak at Myron’s living rooms jam session here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OecNJaArzHU

Myron Elkin’s and The Dying Breed are a band out of Southwest Michigan who play with a very traditional sound. In the world of today they would be called Americana. Original songs with lyrical content ranging from the epidemic of Crystal Methamphetamine to story’s of youth, family and love. Through their music they inspire truth, a simple yet lost concept of the world we know today. Throughout the performance you will hear hints of Bluegrass, Rock, Country Western and maybe even Metal music for our inspiration and backgrounds vary quite differently. This band is made up of all Family and Close friends from a part of the world that is often overlooked but holds some of the Hardest working men and women of the United States. With the aim for a raw honest sound to channel days that are gone by, and by doing that they come out with an old timey -but relevant noise- that we hope translates to all.

Scott Hammontree from The Intersection said: “It’s been a long time since a new artist caught me totally by surprise, but Myron (Elkins) blew me away the first time I saw him… and the fact that it was his first live performance with a band, is remarkable. Myron is truly a special talent, and to think that voice is coming from a 19-year old is kind of mind boggling.”

Take a listen to three of his newly recorded demos
“Cock Crow” is a swamp-jam that shows the band’s versatility, while “PTSD” is a hit in the making that every new fan is flocking to. Meanwhile, “Thrown On In” is a nod to the greats of past, and some of Myron’s biggest influences, with it’s classic old-school country charm, harmonies, and instant likability.


June 12
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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