If you enjoyed the Piano Wars on April 5th, join us September 6th and November 8th at 9:00PM for the Piano Wars. Dueling Pianos is a high-energy entertainment concept in the piano bar style. Two performers at two pianos take turns singing and playing songs as requested by members of the audience. Diverse styles of music from all decades are used to engage the audience, making dueling pianos great for all ages and events. Audience participation abounds, with sing-along, dancing, call-downs, song battles & showtimes. Led by Entertainment Director Dave Caruso. Dueling Pianos is nationally touring entertainment company that delivers a quality alternative to generic dueling pianos in a high-energy, audience-centered entertainment format that's packed with participation. Its two master entertainers offer up diverse styles of music and fun, all revolving around you and your favorite music. As seen at the Hollywood Casino, The MGM Grand, The Palace of Auburn Hills, The Soaring Eagle, The Grand Hotel at Mackinac, and The Henry Ford this event is sure to please. No cover charge. Event will take place in Dickie's Restaurant. Call 800.935.5616 for questions.
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Posted on August 20, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Posted on July 4, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Just Old Dogs Learning Old Songs
Plymouth's own Prairie Dogs play everything from Croce, Young, Eagles, Beatles and Prine to Buffett. Band members include Bob Snare, Gene Ley and Dan Ley. Bob has played many years in the Chicago area with a song that did make it to the radio called "Lonely Haze" for a short time. Gene has played for many years everywhere from Indiana to Chicago to Michigan and who knows where else? He's been a part of many bands like "After Dark" and "Grand Army Highway" along with many others. Dan is a fine bass player who also plays guitar and also has been a part of many bands. Together, they are all out just to have fun entertaining and have a few laughs with the audience. See their upcoming performances at Swan Lake Resort.
Posted on June 5, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Taste Indiana Craft Beers at Swan Lake’s Beer Blast
The evening events features grilled brats, craft beers, and acoustic entertainment
Plymouth, Indiana. - If you love finely crafted beer, come and find your new favorite at Swan Lake’s Beer Blast on Saturday, June 22. Breweries from all over Indiana will be there to offer tastings from 7 – 11 p.m. at the Pro Shop Deck. Imagine an evening spent with good friends, munching on brats and listening to the warm sounds of acoustic music. That’s what summer nights are for, and that’s what we have planned at Swan Lake’s Beer Blast on July 22. From 7 – 11 p.m., enjoy grilled hot dogs and brats, savory baked beans and chips. Challenge your friends to a game of corn-hole. Or just relax to the sounds of Acoustically Speaking. Come early if you like—DJs Jason Lee and Kluck of 103.9 BEAR Radio will be broadcasting live from 6-8 p.m.! You’ll have all evening to sample Indiana’s best craft beers. Outstanding local breweries will be there to serve you their finest, including: Evil Czech – Culver, Four Horsemen Brewing Company – South Bend, Upland Brewery – Bloomington, Sun King Brewery – Indianapolis, Flat 12 Bierworks – Indianapolis, Barley Island – Noblesville, Oaken Barrel – Greenwood, Triton Brewing Company – Indianapolis, and Iechyd Da Brewing Company – Elkhart. Find your new favorite beverage—you’ll go home with a commemorative glass just perfect for enjoying it! Tickets at $30 in advance or at the door. Call (800) 935-5616 or locally at (574) 935-3908 to reserve tickets. The summer night is calling! Join us! CONTACT: Amber Hart (800)935-5616 Swan Lake Resort is located just off State Road 30 with easy access from U. S. 31. Swan Lake. The Ultimate Experience. Resort with Golf, Conference, Restaurant, Hotel, Villas, Cabins and Cottages. ###
Posted on May 17, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Join Swan Lake for our Memorial Day. We have two specials covering all the needs for stay and play or simply an enjoyable with family and friends on the course. 1: Memorial Day Weekend Stay and Play 3 Night, 3 Days Hotel and Golf Package $300 per person or $600 per twosome.
- Unlimited golf
- All taxes included.
- Valid for arrival on May 24 - Departing on May 27. No variation of dates.
- Double occupancy required.
- Based on availability
2: Memorial Day Golf Rate Special - Sunday and Monday at Weekday Rates
Play Sunday and Monday of Memorial Day weekend at weekday rates. Call for availability.
Call 800.935.5616 or local at 574.935.3908 to book your room and/or tee times.
Posted on May 7, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Born a leap year baby, Autumn Leed grew up in the small town of Plymouth, Indiana. She is one of eight children raised on a strawberry farm. She realized at a very early age that she wanted to grow up to be a professional singer. Her first paid performance was at the age of seven, when her mothers’ friends paid her fifty cents to sing for them. Later she studied classical and Broadway music along with vocal lessons for 7 years. Autumn was always involved in school musicals and had the leading roles during her junior & senior years. She played Mary in Little Mary Sunshine and Hansel in Hansel & Gretel. She always earned first place medals at her local solo & ensemble competitions, leading her to state level every year. She never disappointed & brought home 1st place every time. During high school, Autumn was in a couple rock-n-roll bands that her parents had to accompany her to due to being under age. While this was a great learning experience, it was short lived. Her vocal instructor deeply frowned on “screaming” music while trying to perfect the art of her classical voice. She decided to follow that sound advice from her instructor as well as her parents. After high school Autumns sights were set on Nashville, Tennessee. Her first offer came from Robert Metzgar, who was with Capitol Management. Unfortunately it always came down to money & had to turn down the offer due to insufficient funding to launch such a project. She later signed in 1994 with Holton Music in Nashville where she cut two singles. “If Wishes Came True” & “I Owe it All to You” were pitched to local radio & national stations. These charted on the independent charts, just a few slots below country artist, Dan Seals. This of course was very exciting to Autumn & thought “I’m on my way”. However this deal ended abruptly due to the untimely illness of her producer, Harvey Turner. Harvey left Nashville for Florida to recover & eventually retire. There is no denying her unique, strong, yet sweet vocals. Music City’s well known & respected Carson Chamberlain reviewed her at a country music expo. After her showcase, he compared her to vocals to Dolly Parton, Pam Tillis, Vince Gill, & Willie Nelson for her unique vocals. He told her “your vocals are so unique that people will love you or hate you…..and I love you!” Her parents and her sister gave her the encouragement to continue on and follow her dreams. Some others that have influenced her as well are Patsy Cline, Whitney Houston, Marie Osmond, Judy Garland, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Faith Hill, and Celine Dion for their talents. And no one has impressed Autumn more for her stage presence than Reba McEntire. Autumn has been called many different names such as Eli Mae, Rebecca from Sunnybrook farm, Grace, Sis, and Farm Girl. She is able to consume all of these different sides of herself & blend them beautifully into each & every song she performs to make it part of who she is. Although she has a wide spectrum of vocal styles, she knows exactly who she is and where her heart lays….with country music.
Posted on May 2, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
June 1st, performing at Swan Lake Resort outdoors on the Pro Shop Deck, Chicago-born Duke Tumatoe is a musician/showman who has retained a firm career by fusing gritty R&B, rock, blues, and funk injected with equal parts humor and gut-level sincerity. Tumatoe was a founding member of what would become REO Speedwagon. His tenure with that band was short-lived, leaving in 1969 and forming Duke Tumatoe & the All-Star Frogs. For the next 13 years, they toured relentlessly playing throughout the Midwest on countless collegecampuses and bars. Because of this grueling tour schedule, the band managed to release two albums, Red Pepper Hot! (1976) and Back to Chicago (1982). In 1983, Tumatoe decided to slow down the pace and break up the Frogs. He immediately rebounded with the creation of the Power Trio, who recorded Duke's Up for Blind Pig Records. Tumatoe took advantage of the more flexible schedule and formed his own record label, Sweetfinger Music. Over the next several years,Tumatoe released four discs on his label, Dr. Duke (1992), Wild Animals (1994), Greatest Hits Plus (1996), and the all-instrumental Picks & Sticks (1997). Throughout his illustrious career, Tumatoe opened for several legendary figures in blues and rock, including Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, B.B. King, George Thorogood, Fabulous Thunderbirds, and John Fogerty. Fogerty was so taken with Tumatoe's performance, he produced the critically acclaimed 1988 live album I Like My Job! on Warner Bros. In 1999, Tumatoe signed with the J-Bird label, which released A Ejukatid Man that same year. In 2001, Tumatoe had tongue firmly in cheek with the releases Pompous & Overrated and the raunchy seasonal disc It's Christmas (Let's Have Sex). Duke Tumatoe & the Power Trio appeared from Sweetfinger Records in 2003, followed by 2006's You've Got the Problem! on Blind Pig Records. In November 2010, Duke released his newest album, "I Just Want to Be Rich."
Posted on April 30, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Performing May 31st and September 27th at Swan Lake Resort Singer, guitarist and songwriter Keith Scott has been a part of the Chicago blues scene since 1981. In addition to working with Johnny Littlejohn, Hubert Sumlin, Eddie Taylor and Hip Linkchain, Scott traveled the world as part of a distinguished lineup of the Jimmy Dawkins Blues Band in the 1980s and 90s. After honing his guitar style and familiarity with the stage behind Dawkins, Scott embarked on a solo career, presenting his trademark heavy blues in the highly amplified Dawkins’ style, as well as forms reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix’ Band of Gypsies and Johnny Winter. While still gigging with his rocking band, Scott has quieted things down on his most recent studio effort, the 10-song WORLD BLUES He has recorded five CDs of original music, and his music has been featured on MTV’s “Real World” and “Road Rules” and the Disney Channel. Recently Scott has become a favorite on the college circuit and travels throughout the Midwest to rave reviews. In Chicago he has performed at the Hard Rock Cafe, House of Blues, Metro, the Chicago Blues Fest, and at Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks games.
Posted on April 28, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Jerry Nenycz is a Singer/Songwriter with a strong emphasis on lyrics. . A wealth of life experience plays into the song writing of Jerry Ivan Nenycz (JIN) resulting in a true and simple representation of high times and low. Recently JIN opened for the national act "The August" adding to his relevant experience. He is currently looking to head into the studio so stay tuned. Jerry is playing at Swan Lake in 2013 on May 10th and June 14th. Be sure to come see him.
Posted on April 26, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Do you have special plans for Mom on Mother's Day? Swan Lake Resort has the solution. On May 12th, from 11:00-3:00 in the banquet center, Swan Lake Resort has planned a special buffet lunch for Mom. As Mom flows in the door, she will be greeted with a flower. The family can stop for an optional family photo (for a small fee) and an impressive buffet will be presented. Menu includes the following:
- Carving Station: Prime Rib au jus/horseradish sauce and Honey Glazed Nueske Ham
- Omelet Station
- Pasta Station
- Assorted Cheeses, Fruit, and Crackers
- Assorted Salads
- Assorted Breakfast Breads, Muffins, and Rise and Roll Doughnuts
- Nueske Bacon
- Sausage Links
- Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
- Roasted Vegetables
- Assorted and Imported Desserts
- Adults $27
- Seniors $22
- 12 and Under $13
To make reservations, call 800-935-5616 and treat Mom like a queen on her day.
Posted on April 25, 2013 by Swan Lake Resorts
Performing May 3rd, October 18th and December 6th, Bryan Edington sings and plays the guitar. He has mastered many styles of music from country to jazzy to folk and rock & roll. A seasoned performer, Bryan plays in coffeehouses, restaurants, and bars, as well as concerts, festivals, and private parties. He has performed as far away as Key West, Chicago, Nashville, Boston, Louisiana, and Texas. He has built a reputation as an outstanding musician and vocalist. He also does special performances at retirement communities and nursing homes featuring the music that residence grew up listening to. Songs by such artists as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, and country artists like Hank Williams, Kenny Rodgers, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson. And even people like Ricky Nelson, Neil Diamond, and of course The Beatles. Bryan's shows stimulate good feelings and memories and raise the energy of the people in attendance. Bryan is a member of two bands, The New Electric Band which plays early rock & roll, and Soltre which is a traditional Irish band.
Mostly self taught, Bryan plays acoustic and electric guitar, bass, mandolin, synthesizer, and harmonica. He studied music theory at Indiana University. He has written several books for learning guitar and electric bass. His influences include The Beatles, Chet Atkins, Muriel Anderson, James Taylor, John Doyle, Jeff Beck, Steve Howe, Led Zepplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Leo Kottke. Bryan has made three CDs and is working on a fourth CD of original songs. His CDs have received airplay on several radio stations in the Northern Indiana region. Bryan has performed his original songs live on WVPE Radio and on FOX 28 TV's morning show and on Cable television. He has worked as a studio guitarist on several CDs by other musicians.