Michigan Guitar Show Tees are back!

Available in Oxblood and Black
$20 ea. (3XL is $25)

These are the same really nice shirts we had at the show — big shout out to our longtime friends at Speedy Tees in Birmingham!

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Pay with a card or PayPal.

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Get ’em while they last. It won’t be long.
You can also pick one up at Gordy’s Music in Ferndale for only $12!

OXBLOOD
BLACK
SIZES
COLOR

Thanks to Everyone Involved…

2019 MGS show floor
The interior of the Emerald Theatre as the first customers start to look around on Saturday morning,
Photo by Robert Bruce / robertbrucephoto.com

Gordy’s Music would like to thank EVERYONE: Our fellow sponsors, the clinicians and performers, the dealers & cable makers & artists, the restoration & parts people, and the photographers & videographers & radio folks.

A shout-out to our crew, too, who all worked hard right through the weekend, but still had the strength to catch the Laura Mendoza/Dylan Dunbar afterglow show Sunday evening at the Three Blind Mice. (which was great, in case you missed it.)

A special thanks to ALL OF YOU who participated in this last weekend’s Guitar Show in Mt Clemens.

Together WE had the BEST Guitar Show in DECADES (since the 1990’s Michigan State Fairgrounds shows)

Marcia & I cannot thank you all enough in making our 30th ANNIVERSARY GUITAR SHOW the most FANTASTIC PARTY we have EVER had!!!!  

Stay tuned and we look forward to our next ADVENTURE next year!!

Missed the Memo?

If you aren’t on our mailing list and didn’t get the postcard reminding you to save the date (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, June 29 & 30), well, we have a fix for that.

Join our mailing list from right here on the site: michiganguitarshow.com/mail

Mailings from us (via email or USPS) are infrequent – Usually once or twice a year.
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From the Archives: Albert Collins

Veteran WXYZ Newsman Erik Smith sent us this great photo of his friend (and legendary guitarist) Albert Collins double-fisting Telecasters at an early Michigan Guitar Show

(Thanks Mr. Smith. We owe you one.)

Albert Collins, at an early Michigan Guitar Show… trying to find a Tele that fits. Photo Courtesy of Erik Smith.

Places to EAT near the Emerald Theatre

There’s no shortage of good places to eat in downtown Mt. Clemens (see the map below) but we can recommend two places literally right around the corner to get you started. Both are a Very Short Walk from the Emerald Theatre.

Mae’s
Serves breakfast, lunch and coffee
64 Macomb Place 
Mount Clemens, Michigan 48043
(586) 690-8883
Sandwich Shop · Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant · American Restaurant
Hours 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM


Bath City Bistro
Nestled in the heart of historical Downtown Mt Clemens, Bath City Bistro offers modern American cuisine featuring the area’s Largest Belgium Trough Bowling!
75 Macomb Pl 
Mount Clemens, Michigan 48043
(586) 469-0917
www.bathcitybistro.com
American Restaurant · Bar · Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant
Hours 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

Pro Cables N Sound plugs in to the Event

Detroit-metro cable maker Pro CablesN Sound has announced they will be attending this year’s show. This is their first appearance making cables at the Michigan Guitar Show, so please welcome them warmly.

Pro Cables N Sound will be onsite making great cables to your specs while you’re taking in the sights.

“Bottom line: They will make you

a high quality cable of any kind

while you wait at the show.”

— Gordy

CONFIRMED: FOUR Guitar GIVEAWAYS During the Show

In the interest of keeping you properly informed about the behind-the-scenes plotting and scheming here at MGS, we offer up the following summary of guitars scheduled to be given away at this year’s 30th Anniversary Event.


Reverend Guitars Tommy Koffin Signature guitar, list $1534 (more info)


Fender Standard Stratocaster, list $699 (more info)


Epiphone Les Paul Special Vintage Edition – in Worn Ebony, list $248

Fender & Epiphone giveaways courtesy of :


Echopark Echocaster, list $2450 (more info)

FIVE clinics/performances announced so far

Note: These times/performances are as of 5/28/19, for the latest updates, be sure to check the clinics page

SATURDAY June 29th.

Killer B Kustoms Artist Laura Mendoza w/ Benjamin Rios : Saturday at Noon

Takamine Artist Jake Allen : Saturday at 2 P.M.

Epiphone Artists The Sillies: Saturday at 3:30 P.M.

SUNDAY June 30th.

Reverend Artist Dylan Dunbar w/ Ken Haas : Sunday at 1 P.M.

Echopark Artist Larry McCray: Sunday at 3:30 P.M.