Point Aux Barques Lighthouse

Point Aux Barques Lighthouse

featuring Chuck Loeb's "Between 2 Worlds"

Built in 1847 to warn ships of a dangerous reef, Point Aux Barques Lighthouse in Port Hope, Michigan originally stood for only nine years before being razed and rebuilt. The original construction had used inferior materials that could not withstand the stress of severe weather.

The new tower and keeper’s dwelling that stands today was finished in 1857. Its third-order fresnel lens, with an electric light since 1932, still serves Lake Huron ships. Fully automated since the 1950s, the lighthouse is now part of a park and museum.

Chuck Loeb is a guitarist, composer, and producer. Known for his smooth jazz recordings, he is a versatile artist who has explored various other musical styles including classical and rock guitar. In addition to his extensive solo discography, Loeb has appeared on albums from many of jazz’s biggest names, as a performer and producer.

Links

Point Aux Barques Lighthouse Society
Terry Pepper’s Seeing the Light: Point Aux Barques Light
Huron County Economic Development Corporation
Chuck Loeb Official Site


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