Photo courtesy of the Treehouse Café | Singer/songwriter Olivia Millerschin will perform at the Treehouse Café in Lynwood at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 28.

Photo courtesy of the Treehouse Café | Singer/songwriter Olivia Millerschin will perform at the Treehouse Café in Lynwood at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 28.

Olivia Millerschin live on stage at the Treehouse

Singer/songwriter Olivia Millerschin will perform at the Treehouse Café in Lynwood at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 28.

She’s been said to captivate audiences with her celestial voice, wrapping them in a gossamer blend of vintage folk and modern pop. A 23-year-old singer/songwriter from Detroit, Millerschin has composed and released two full-length albums. Her latest record, “Look Both Ways,” was nominated for a 2018 Independent Music Award in the category of Best Adult Contemporary Album.

Millerschin has won two John Lennon Songwriting Awards and the Great American Song Contest, was a quarter finalist on “America’s Got Talent,” and is featured alongside musical greats Tony Bennett and Ingrid Michaelson on Republic Records soundtrack to Mitch Albom’s latest novel.

Self-described as “top-end of mediocre, low-end of fabulous,” she plays ukulele, piano, and guitar in addition to singing and songwriting. She will perform on Bainbridge with an additional guitarist and trombone player.

The show is free to attend; open to those 21-and-older only. Visit www.treehousebainbridge.com to learn more.

Olivia Millerschin live on stage at the Treehouse

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