Crazy Wisdom Tea Room
Tea room above Crazy Wisdom Bookstore features live music, Fri.-Sat. 8:30-10:30 p.m. No cover, no dancing.
March 1: Ruth & Max Bloomquist
Acoustic Americana by this Muskegon husband-and-wife singer- songwriter duo whose 2011 CD, Turn Back a Page, reached #5 on the Folk Radio Airplay chart.
March 7: Kevin Meisel
Local folk-rock singer-songwriter who specializes in narrative ballads.
March 8: Bill Edwards
Local country singer-songwriter, 1989 winner of the Billboard Country Songwriting Contest, whose songs have been covered by the likes of Lee Roy Parnell and T. Graham Brown.
March 14: Dan Hazlett
This Detroit-area singer-songwriter and guitarist plays blues-, R&B-, folk-, and jazz-influenced originals on topics that range from the outlandish to the sublime.
March 15: John Churchville
Local tabla player, accompanied by several musician friends, who plays Indian classical, light classical, fusion, and folk music.
March 21: Charlie Mosbrook
Popular pop-folk singer-songwriter from Cleveland who accompanies himself on guitar, harmonica, banjo, and assorted other instruments. Many of the songs on his latest CD, Little by Little, deal with an injury that has left him with a limited ability to walk and took a substantial amount of touch sensation from his hands.
March 22: Luti Erbeznik & Bobby Pennock
Double bill. Erbeznik is a singer-songwriter whose music draws on rock, classical, and Yugoslav folk music influences and who sings in a voice that's been compared to Nick Drake, and Pennock is a Plymouth folk-rock singer-songwriter whose style draws its influences from Paul Simon and Harry Chapin, with a helping of the Beatles thrown in for zest.
March 28: Tom Kastle
Veteran singer-songwriter from Madison whose songs are known for their strong sense of story, often rooted in the world of the Great Lakes and other maritime themes.
March 29: Dave Boutette
Veteran local folk-rock singer-guitarist whose genial songs about the small ups and downs of ordinary life draw on a range of influences from Chuck Berry to Paul Westerberg.