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Nightspots

Wolverine State Brewing Co.

2019 W. Stadium [map]
369-2990
wolverinebeer.com

This west side brewpub features live music, Tues. 8 p.m.- midnight & most weekends, 8:30 p.m.-12:15 a.m. Cover, dancing.

 

April 1: The Pontiac Trailblazers

New local bluegrass ensemble that includes members of the Flatbellys and Wire in the Wood.

April 5: Nick Strange Band

Popular local power trio led by singer-guitarist Strange, with drummer Will Osler and bassist John Sperendi. The band plays mostly originals along with an eclectic mix of roots and classic rock covers and jazz standards.

April 8: Blues Owls

Blues band led by singer-blues harpist Bob Bedard, a Dexter psychologist.

April 12: Dirty Deville

Local reggae-flavored blues-rock quartet.

April 15: Matt Gabriel

Grand Rapids singer-songwriter whose music draws on an eclectic mix of genres, from pop and rock to folk and country.

April 15: Matt Gabriel

Grand Rapids singer-songwriter whose music draws on an eclectic mix of genres, from pop and rock to folk and country.

April 19: Hoodang

Wry, pungent alt-country by this local ensemble led by singer- songwriter and guitarist David Rossiter that describes its influences as "English murder ballads, hardcore American country music, and careful-you'll-cut-yourself electric blues." With guitarist Dave Keeney, bassist Ralph McKee, and percussionist John Crawford, often along with guest vocalist Sophia Hanifi. The band recently released the superb CD, Blissfield.

April 22: Hullabaloo

Local ska and 80s-style pop quintet.

April 24: Nick Collins Jazz Trio

Jazz ensemble led by local drummer Collins.

April 29: The Tone Farmers

Two members of the Macpodz, bassist Brennan Andes and trumpeter Ross Huff are joined by a variety of guest musicians for a jam session featuring jazz-based originals and covers of an eclectic array of American music classics.

May 3: The Speedbumps

Acclaimed northeastern Ohio Americana acoustic jam band fronted by the soulful, rootsy crooner Erik Urycki. The band's instrumentation embraces banjo, ukulele, cello, and saxophone.

May 6: Salmagundi

Local band that plays classic horn-powered, soul-injected Memphis-style rock 'n' roll.

May 10: Corndaddy Corndaddy

Local alt-country band led by singer-songwriters Kevin Brown and Jud Branam whose music filters early 70s country-rock through the influences of bluegrass, power pop, and British Invasion bombast.

May 13: Abigail Stauffer

Local singer-songwriter with a rich, resonant alto voice who's known for her piercing, emotionally direct pop-folk and pop-rock songs. She released her debut CD, Alone to Dream, in 2011, and she has just completed her sophomore effort.

May 15: The Low Voltage

The local pop-folk singer-songwriter duo of Colin Simpson and Emily Fox.

May 20: The Equinox Jazz Trio

Jazz standards by this local piano trio featuring vocalist Kim Vox.

May 24: Hoodang Hoodang

Wry, pungent alt-country by this local ensemble led by singer- songwriter and guitarist David Rossiter that describes its influences as "English murder ballads, hardcore American country music, and careful-you'll-cut-yourself electric blues." With guitarist Dave Keeney, bassist Ralph McKee, and percussionist John Crawford, often along with guest vocalist Sophia Hanifi. The band recently released the superb CD, Blissfield.

May 27: GFK Trio

Funky, soulful organ-based jazz by this Detroit ensemble, With organist Scott Kulik drummer Eric Fillip, and guitarist Dan Gruszka.

May 31: The Medicinal Groove

Progressive funk jam dance sextet from Traverse City.



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