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Nightspots

Café Verde

214 N. Fourth Ave. [map]
994-4589
peoplesfood.coop

This café in the People's Food Co-op features acoustic musicians and duos, Thurs. 7-9 p.m. No cover, no dancing.

 

November 2: Andrew Cutillo

Musician.

November 9: Josh Birdsong

Singer-songwriter who's currently a songwriting student at Belmont University in Nashville.

November 16: Nixon "Dread" Omollo

This Addis Ababa-based singer-songwriter and guitarist plays African roots and reggae-inspired music.

November 23: San & Emily

Duo of veteran local folk singer-songwriter San Slomovits (one half of the nationally renowned local duo Gemini) and his daughter, violinist Emily Slomovits.

November 30: Abby Alwin & Doug Allen

Balkan music by this local duo of cellist Alwin and bouzouki player Allen.

December 7: Nixon "Dread" Omollo

This Addis Ababa-based singer-songwriter and guitarist plays African roots and reggae-inspired music.

December 14: Aim High Flyers

Aim High School (Farmington Hills) students perform pop songs, led by their teacher and local guitarist Matthew Landrum.

December 21: Billy Kirst & Friends

Local singer-songwriter who fronts the classy alt-folk string quartet Wire in the Wood. With other musicians TBA.




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