Local Singer-Songwriter Performs at TV's American Pickers' Store

Hamburg Twp., June 27, 2013 –Singer / songwriter Angela Predhomme journeys to Nashville in July to play her songs at Antique Archeology, the store featured in the hit TV show, American Pickers. She’ll be singing among the rusty treasures for sale found by Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz in old barns, garages, and attics across rural America, as seen on episodes of this popular TV show on the History Channel.

On a trip last year to Tennessee, Predhomme chatted with celebrity picker Mike Wolfe at his Nashville store location, and arranged a future booking to be part of the store’s weekend entertainment. “Mike is fun, friendly and easy to talk to, just like on the show. It was a pleasure meeting him.” She provided live acoustic music for the store’s customers in March, and is coming back for a second performance on July 14th.

You might have already heard Predhomme’s original music right in your living room, though. Her catchy, soulful pop songs have been in numerous TV shows, including NBC’s The Voice, Discovery’s Auction Kings, and PBS’s America in Primetime, and they have been playing in retail stores around the world.

You can see her perform live locally in two upcoming Metro Detroit performances. On Saturday, Aug. 3, Predhomme will perform with guitarist Scott Christopher at the Brighton Fine Arts & Acoustic Music Festival in alternating sets between noon and 5pm, in Brighton, MI. Then, she’ll be singing her songs on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 11:30 am as part of the Clawson Arts & Authors Festival in Clawson, MI.

In addition, this singer-songwriter’s locally produced new album, Let It Fall, will be released in July.

Predhomme’s music is available from iTunes and major digital retailers.

MP3s, photos, bio and performance schedule are available online at:, and also at

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Alicia Garrison
Phone: (248) 295-4704

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