Soulful acoustic rock and blues covers and originals by this local singer-guitarist.
Canadian pop-rock singer-songwriter who’s been described as a hybrid of Bono and Bruce Springsteen. He is joined by backup vocalist and guitarist Wes Buckley.
Local hippie hip-hop quartet. Opening acts are Block Alumni, a Jackson hip-hop duo, and Wise Public, a Michigan hip-hop ensemble.
Local acoustic string jam quintet that plays a brand of twangy roots-folk music fused with elements of jazz and psychedelic rock that it calls “down-home funkgrass.” In the Millennium Club. 10 p.m.-2 a.m.
Cadillac-bred Americana singer-songwriter and guitarist who currently lives in New Orleans. His latest CD, Old/New Baby (Fox on a Hill), was named a Top 10 Album of 2009 in the American Songwriter magazine editors poll, and OffBeat magazine says it “captures the allure of a speakeasy, the swagger of old Dixie, and the simple good-time charm of Western swing.”
Veteran local straight-ahead jazz trio of drummer Sean Dobbins, pianist Tad Weed, and bassist Kurt Krahnke.
Windsor pop trio fronted by vocalists Melissa Danese and Fallon Deluca.
Covers and originals by this local pop-folk singer-guitarist.
The local duo of singer-guitarists Marsha Mumm and Jean Lieverman plays vintage and contemporary acoustic jazz, blues, and pop standards, along with some originals.
Local ensemble led by guitarist Belhaj that plays a range of New Orleans jazz styles, from struts, stomps, cakewalks, and rags to pop tunes, marches, and classical favorites.