Zou Zou's Cafe
Newly renovated and expanded café features live music most Fri. & Sat., 8-10 p.m. No cover, no dancing.
Local alt-country duo, both singer-songwriters from Corndaddy whose music mixes equal parts of Gram Parsons and Uncle Tupelo.
June 2: Ed Dupas & Andy Baker
Local Americana and folk singer-songwriter duo.
Local jazz guitar duo of Alex Anest and Evan Veasey.
Detroit-area Americana pop-rock singer-songwriter whose latest CD is Love Has No Heart of Its Own. Opener: Amy Petty, a Saginaw-based pop-folk singer-songwriter known for her evocative songs on emotionally intimate themes.
June 15: Rochelle Clark and Jason Dennie
Double bill. Clark is a Chelsea singer-songwriter who's half of the Americana duo The Potter's Field, and Dennie is a local Leo Kottke- style acoustic fingerstyle guitarist and mandolinist.
Originals and offbeat covers in an eclectic mix of styles from bluegrass and blues to folk and jazz by the veteran duo of singer- guitarists Rick Brown and Jack Falk.
Ferndale acoustic singer-songwriter duo of multi-instrumental string players Emily Burns and Aaron Markovitz who describe their songs as "Americana wildflowers amongst blades of bluegrass."
Folk-country originals by this veteran local singer-songwriter, a mainstay of the local folk scene since the early 70s who is most widely known as the author of Tittabawassee Jane and other Michigan-based folk musicals. He is accompanied by vocalist Judy Banker and bassist Dave Roof.
Local blues-oriented vocalist and guitar virtuoso.
An eclectic mix of jazz, pop, and rock by the local (arithmetically aberrant) duo of guitarists Evan Veasey and Mike Steele.
Jackson singer and multi-instrumentalist who plays folk and country music on guitar, harmonica, kazoo, jaw harp, and bass.
Ypsilanti Americana-country trio of singer-songwriters Shannon Lee, Janet Benson, and John Baltic.
Local trio led by singer-songwriter & bassist Tim Berla that plays originals and covers in an eclectic mix of styles, from jazz, swing, and Latin to country. With guitarist Kip Godwin and clarinetist & percussionist Charles Dayringer.
Local acoustic classic rock and country-rock cover band featuring members of the Breakers.
Joint performance by Grace, a young acoustic pop-folk singer- songwriter from East Tawas whose influences range from Joni Mitchell to Sheryl Crow, and Halliwill, a Jackson pop-folk singer- songwriter who recently released his debut CD, Rewind.
Jazz standards by this local fronted by vocalist Jennifer Pollard. With bassist Eric Nachtrab and guitarist Alex Anest.
Duo of veteran local folk singer-songwriter San Slomovits (one half of the nationally renowned local duo Gemini) and his daughter, violinist Emily Slomovits.
Postbop jazz by this ensemble led by local guitarist Carl Michel. With vocalist Chris McCall, saxophonist Paul VornHagen, and bassist Keith Malinowski.
Classical violin and vernacular fiddle music by Chelsea High Orchestra members Madison Brodeur, Henry Surel, and Thomas Kennings.
Veteran local folk-rock singer-guitarist whose genial songs about the small ups and downs of ordinary life draw on a range of influences from Chuck Berry to Paul Westerberg. Tonight he performs with his wife, singer Kristi Davis, a former Radio City Rockette.
August 18: Dave Keeney & Sophia Hanifi
Local husband-and-wife folk-rock duo of guitarist Keeney and vocalist Hanifi.
August 31: Natalie Palms & Friends
Ensemble led by Manchester-bred New Orleans-based folk-roots singer-songwriter and fiddler-keyboardist Natalie Mae Palms.
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