Crazy Wisdom Tea Room
Tea room above Crazy Wisdom Bookstore features live music, Fri.-Sat. 8-10 p.m. No cover, no dancing.
December 1: Dan Hazlett
Detroit-area singer-songwriter and guitarist who plays blues-, R&B-, folk-, and jazz-influenced originals on topics that range from the outlandish to the sublime.
December 2: Bill Edwards
Veteran local country singer-songwriter whose songs have been covered by the likes of Lee Roy Parnell and T. Graham Brown. His collaboration with former Ann Arborite Whit Hill, "What'd I Do," was featured in the HBO series True Blood.
December 8: The Blue Water Ramblers
This Grand Rapids quintet fronted by banjoist Jim Foerch and guitarist Bear Berends performs a wide range of traditional Great Lakes music, including lake shanties, lumberman ballads, union rallying cries, farmer's paeans, gospel music, and children's ditties.
December 9: Scott Fab
Veteran Ferndale folk-rock singer-songwriter with an enchantingly expressive vocal style.
December 15: Ed Dupas
Local country-folk Americana singer-songwriter whose influences range from Springsteen to Steve Earle.
December 16: John Churchville
Local tabla player, accompanied by several musician friends, who plays Indian classical, light classical, fusion, and folk music.
December 22: Billy King
Pop-folk with roots-rock and country swing flavors by this talented veteran local singer-songwriter and guitarist.
December 23: "1st Annual Holiday Busk for Charity"
Veteran Detroit folksingers Josh White Jr. and Kitty Donohoe host an evening of performances by a variety of Michigan folkies TBA. Proceeds benefit Lost Voices, a nonprofit organization that creates programs for incarcerated and at-risk youth.
December 29: Alison Donahue
A varied mix of jazz, swing, vintage to contemporary pop standards, and more by this classically trained singer-cellist.
December 30: Davis Gloff
Pop standards and originals by this veteran Detroit singer-pianist whose songs often feature a good deal of political humor.
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