Zou Zou's Cafe
Newly renovated and expanded café features live music most Fri. & Sat., 8-10 p.m. No cover, no dancing.
March 16: Allison Downey.
Veteran award-winning Kalamazoo acoustic folk-rock singer- songwriter.
March 17: Bill Edwards & Judy Banker
Duo of veteran local country-folk singer-songwriters.
March 23: Mike Vial & Mike Gentry
Duo of local folk singer-songwriters.
March 24: Shari Kane & Dave Steele
Local husband-and-wife duo of acoustic guitar virtuosos whose repertoire includes both traditional and original blues, gospel, swing, and ragtime.
March 30: Sarah Swanson Band
Acoustic version of this soulful, anthemic indie rock band, led by local singer-songwriter Swanson.
March 31: Joel Palmer
Veteran Detroit singer-guitarist whose repertoire includes vintage and original blues, swing, and folk-style tunes. With singer and harmonica player Jimmy Nichols.
April 6: Mike Ball
Local pop-folk singer-songwriter.
April 7: John Finan & Sharon Tse
Singer-songwriter duo. Finan is a Canton singer-songwriter who writes country-tinged folk-pop, and Tse is a young singer-songwriter whose repertoire ranges from confessional folk-pop to jazz-inflected songs.
April 13: Scott Fab
Veteran Americana folk-rock singer-songwriter with an enchantingly expressive vocal style.
April 20: 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.
April 21: Drew Howard
Traditional folk and bluegrass tunes on guitar and dobro by this veteran local virtuoso, a mainstay of several top local bands, from the Watusis to Hoodang, for the past 3 decades.
April 27: John Latini
Acoustic rock-based originals by this popular veteran local rock 'n' roll singer-songwriter. His new CD, The Blues Just Makes Me Feel Good, is a collection of soul-infused R&B songs.
April 28: Tracy Kash & Pat Shanley
Jazz standards by the Detroit duo of vocalist Kash and guitarist Shanley.
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