Unwrapped at the Box concert series welcomes Aiden and Bill Schnell of The Foxy Rose String Band with special guest Cabin 52 on April 20

The Unwrapped at the Box concert series is so pleased to welcome our favorite father-son duo, Aiden and Bill Schnell – who call themselves The Foxy Rose String Band, along with special guest Cabin 52.


Saturday, April 20th

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:30

$10 general admission

The Box Factory for the Arts

1101 Broad Street, St. Joseph, Michigan


The Foxy Rose String Band is a father-son duo, made up of Bill Schnell and Aiden Schnell, who have been playing in jams and other venues for quite some time. From the band: “People often join us on stage and we often join others on stage and so we call ourselves a band. We play and sing songs and tunes about life in the Folk, Old Time, Bluegrass and Indie ways. Community is important to us and our name reflects two of the characters in The Little Prince who help him to realize that community starts with two and grows with love. Our instruments are nature friendly and remind us of the Mother Earth Whom we need to nurture and care for so that we all may live in the freedom to care and grow.”



The Cabin 52 project began in fall of 2015 by brainchild Landon Grwinski and two of his friends

shortly after their previous band fell apart. After a few years of writing together, the band

decided to go their different ways and Grwinski decided it was a perfect excuse to take Cabin 52

into his own hands. Using it as a songwriting project, the multi-instrumentalist went on to write,

perform, record, and produce the songs himself. Working towards writing songs that break

boundaries and cross genres, the “Loser” EP is a testament to where he is at with his sound right now.



The April 20th show will open with Cabin 52 before The Foxy Rose String Band takes to the stage. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at the Box Factory’s website.


The Box Factory for the Arts is located at 1101 Broad Street, St. Joseph, MI 49085.


For more information, contact the Box Factory for the Arts at 269.983.3688 or visit