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Yellow Barn

416 W. Huron [map]

This performance venue just west of downtown features live music Wed. (beginning Jan. 20), most Fri. & Sat. & occasional other nights, 7:30-11 p.m. Cover, dancing.


October 12: "Unplugged Wednesday."

Acoustic performances by the local pop-rock singer-songwriter Nadim Azzam, the highly regarded Chicago indie rock big- voiced singer-songwriter Jennifer Hall, and Mike Gentry, a local pop-folk singer-songwriter whom longtime Guitar Player editor Jas Obrecht calls "brilliant at coffeehouse-approved acoustic music, blistering hard rock, and most styles in between."

November 2: Justin Payne

Quartet led by this Toledo-bred Americana singer-songwriter whose music draws on folk, blues, country, and rock influences. Opening act is West Park Music Society, a local dance band whose music mixes jazz, Latin, and pop.

November 5: Jon Ponder

Local Americana folk-rock and country singer-songwriter. Opening acts are Azalea Grace, a Twin Cities-bred local singer- songwriter and ukulele player, and Matt Cifaldi, a veteran local folk-rock singer-songwriter.

November 11: Rock Jones

Detroit roots rock, classic country, and blues quintet.

November 12: Chris DuPont

Local acoustic folk-rock singer-songwriter known for his distinctive tenor, unconventional guitar work, and clever lyrics. Opening acts are Megan Dooley, a Kalamazoo singer-songwriter who specializes in torch songs, swing, blues, folk, and American roots music, and Dickie, the Iowa indie rock duo of veteran pop singer-songwriter Dick Prall and violinist Kristina Priceman.

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