The 89th Key, a band comprised of mostly Michigan high school students (one collegiate), competed in Cleveland this past weekend at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's High School Rock Off: Final Exam, finishing in 3rd place among a crowd of 51 contenders!

Cameron Hall of Brighton, Elijah Hoene of Lansing, Brighton native Adam Bloomer and Brian Griffin of Holt have been getting a lot of attention for their skills. The band was originally formed at 'band camp' at Marshall Music in Lansing in 2012 and has had a few personnel changes, but the lineup they've morphed into has solidified into success for them.

You can catch the band tomorrow at The Grand Ledge Opera House on Bridge Street for $10 at the door; they play a mix of 70’s classic rock covers, originals and some contemporary favorites.

Saturday February 24th from 7- 9:30 PM; Doors open at 6 PM;. There will be two hours of music and refreshments. This will be an "all ages, family friend" show.

Get a sample of their music here - some of which was recorded on the Michigan Princess this past summer.