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Folk-Noir debuts at Ferndale Pride with The Blueflowers

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With a unique blend of influences ranging from old-time country, to surf, to the ballady crooners of the 1950's, The Blueflowers bring a refreshing new take on sounds of the past. New terms like "Folk-Noir" are being created to describe The Blueflowers sound. Think David Lynch meets Phil Spector. The Blueflowers always aim for the heart. Not to warm it, but to break it.

The Blueflowers hit the Ferndale Pride Main Stage at 5:00pm, May 30th.

Nominated for three 2015 Detroit Music Awards.

Fourth full-length album,  “At the Edge of Disaster”, released in October 2014.

Stream their music for free on Bandcamp & Soundcloud.

Snag the tracks on iTunes & Google Play.

Find The Blueflowers on Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Twitter.

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“Participating in Ferndale Pride is critical for Candle Wick Shoppe. It’s the biggest sales day of the year for us.” She went on to say, “We get to meet new customers, thank our regulars and celebrate with our employees.”
"Ferndale Pride is so crucial unlike other prides it really focuses on diversity. As Executive Director of Transgender Michigan I so appreciate it's support of the Transgender Community."- Rachel Crandall-Crocker Executive Director of Transgender Michigan and Founder of the International Transgender Day of Visibility.
Rachel Crandall-Crocker
Rachel Crandall-Crocker
I am co owner of Detroit Respect clothing company and we have been a proud vendor of the Ferndale Pride for the past five years. It is by far our favorite event of the year and something we look forward too. The coordinators are by far some of the nicest people we have had the pleasure working with and the volunteers are always smiling and asking how they can help us. The people who have put on the event and the people in attendance have been like a family for us and can’t wait for the 2019 Pride
Colin McConnell
Colin McConnell