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Yellow Barn

416 W. Huron [map]
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This performance venue just west of downtown features live music most Fri. & Sat. & occasional other nights, 8-11 p.m. Cover, dancing.

 

September 5: "An Evening of Music and Mindfulness"

With performances by environmental singer-songwriter Joe Reilly, the local versatile jazz fusion singer-songwriter and pianist Allison Radell, local country-flavored pop-folk singer-songwriter Billy King, local multi-instrumental & multi-genre minstrel darlenYa, the Traverse City self- styled "ethereal gypsy music" ensemble Dede & the Dreamers, and local poet Jill Halpern. Also, meditation led by lay and monastic students of Thich Nhat Hanh from the Blue Cliff Monastery in New York.

September 6: Royal Holland

Folk-rock singer-songwriter from Cincinnati whose influences include Leonard Cohen, Elliot Smith, and Suzanne Vega. Opening act is The Howling Loud, a local rock 'n' roll quartet.

September 20: "Playing for Change Day Ann Arbor"

Performances by Tumbao Bravo, a local Cuban jazz quintet led by saxophonist and flutist Paul VornHagen and percussionist Alberto Nacif. A fundraiser event to support the Third World music programs of the Playing for Change Foundation.

September 28: "Yellow Barn Benefit Concert"

Performances by a variety of local musicians, including singer- songwriters Annie & Rod Capps, Jay Stielstra, Billy King, Chris Buhalis, and Judy Banker, along with the country trio The Bowdish Brothers, the Dave Roof Trio, and jazz & blues guitarist Alicia Marie. $20 (students with ID, $12). 6:30-9:30 p.m.



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