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Music: Pop, Rock, Jazz, Blues, & Traditional - Week of July 16, 2018

Nationally known artists visit Kerrytown Concert House, other clubs, and campus venues, crowning a flourishing nightlife scene. Home to considerable local talent, Ann Arbor's also a stop for up-and-comers on the college circuit. Note: Most bands in this category are listed in Nightspots.





 
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Tuesday


July 2018
 4-7 p.m. 

Cobblestone Farm Market.

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Every Tues. May 22-Oct. 23. With a variety of children's activities and/or musical entertainment from 5-7 p.m. each week. Also, live farm animals and tours of the restored 1844 Ticknor-Campbell farmhouse and cabin. Sept. 4: Team Love. Versatile local acoustic trio. Sept. 11: Bohemian Ru'sters. Eclectic mix of folk, blues, rock, and country covers and originals by local musicians Ru Knoedler and Dave Williams. Sept. 18: Jerry, Sabina, and the Red Ukulele. Covers of 20th-century popular music. Sept. 25: Isosceles. Local vocal pop trio. Oct. 2 & 23: Chuck Swanagon. Local folk-rock and Americana guitarist. Oct. 9: Bohemian Ru'sters. Eclectic mix of folk, blues, rock, and country covers and originals by local musicians Ru Knoedler and Dave Williams. Oct. 16: Jerry, Sabina, and the Red Ukulele. Covers of 20th-century popular music.
4-7 p.m., Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Free admission. 904-9621. [map]


 7-9 p.m.  Free! 

Polka Jam Session.

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All accordion players and other musicians invited to play polkas and waltzes and other ethnic and old-time music.
7-9 p.m., American Legion Hall, 44 Wabash St. (south off Main), Milan. Free. 529-3903. [map]


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Wednesday


July 2018
 8 p.m.  Free! 

"Music in the Park": Ann Arbor Civic Band Summer Concert Series.

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Every Wed. June 20-July 25. A popular local outdoor summer tradition, the 82-year-old Civic Band is led by director Bob Gourley. Bring a picnic and blanket and relax on the grass. Lemonade and popcorn available.

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June 20: "Marches: Grand and Spirited." Includes the "Captain America March," "Funeral March of a Marionette," "Seventy-Six Trombones" from The Music Man, and some Sousa marches.

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June 27: "Memorable Songs." Includes "Over the Rainbow," "As Time Goes By," hits from by Gershwin and Cole Porter musicals, and songs popularized by Frank Sinatra and the Beach Boys. 8 p.m.

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July 4: "American Celebration." Program of patriotic tunes.

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July 11: "Children's Concert." A program of music picked for kid appeal, including music from Moana and other Pixar and Disney favorites, along with the annual Teddy Bear Grand March (bring your bear).

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July 18: "Broadway on the Big Screen." Songs from My Fair Lady, The King and I, The Sound of Music, Les Misérables, and West Side Story.

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July 25: "Dance from Swing to Ballet." The season concludes with a variety of dance music, from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake to the Big Band classics of Glenn Miller & Benny Goodman.

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8 p.m., West Park Band Shell. Free. 429-5301.


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Thursday


July 2018
 11 a.m.-11 p.m.  Free! 

Art Fair Entertainment.

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July 19-22. Live music and other performances on several stages. Today:

Willard at Church: Local Irish music band the Y-Town Hoolies (11-11:45 a.m.), veteran local folk singer-guitarist David Menefee (noon-1 p.m.), local singer-songwriter Dabe Menzo's band Menzo's Maniacs (1:30-3 p.m.), the local blues and roots band Mo'Easy (3:30-5 p.m.), the veteran local country-based band Drivin' Sideways (5:30-7 p.m.), the Toledo rockabilly, roots-rock, and honky-tonk band Kentucky Chrome (7:30-9 p.m.), and the veteran local country band the Cadillac Cowboys (9:30-11 p.m.).

The Ark Stage (Palio parking lot at William & Main): "The Ark Open Stage" (6-9 p.m.). All musicians invited to perform for 8 minutes or 2 songs (whichever comes first). Sign-up begins at 5:30 p.m. Emcee is 107.1 DJ John Bommarito.

Ingalls Mall Fountain Stage: Fraser (MI) soul-jazz acoustic duo After Blue (11 a.m.), Northville singer-songwriter Carly Bins (noon), WCC Dancers (1 p.m.), Mount Pleasant indie folk musician Anna p.s. (2 p.m.), veteran Saginaw singer-songwriter and guitarist Bob Hausler (3 p.m.), Lansing soul-folk singer-songwriter Alex Mendenall (4 p.m.), engaging local pop-rock singer-songwriter-guitarist Timothy Monger (5 p.m.), and the local roots and indie folk quartet City of Lakes (6 p.m.).
11 a.m.-11 p.m., downtown. Free.


 Noon-1 p.m.  Free! 

"Summer Courtyard Concert Series": Gifts of Art.

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Every Thurs. Outdoor performances by area musicians and entertainers. Indoors if raining. July 5: Roots music and bluegrass by the Manchester band the Raisin Pickers. July 12: R&B and Motown by the area band All Directions. July 19: Drop-in Zumba & line dance. July 26: Local guitarist Dave Roof leads a trio in British Invasion songs.
Noon-1 p.m., U-M Hospital Courtyard, 1500 E. Medical Center Dr. Free. 936-ARTS. [map]


 6-8 p.m.  Free! 

"Beat Lab Music Tools": Ann Arbor District Library.

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Grade 6-adult invited to make beats using sequencers and drum machines from the AADL's Music Tools collection. AADL staff available to answer questions.
6-8 p.m., AADL Downtown Training Center. Free. 327-4200. [map]


 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Free! 

"Sounds & Sights on Thursday Nights": Chelsea Area Festivals & Events.

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Every Thurs., June 7-Aug. 16. Musical entertainment on 11 stages downtown, as well as Three Generations Entertainment with balloons and other activities for kids. The weekly musical program also includes chalk art and (except July 26) an open mike stage. Also, street performers, a juried sculpture walk, and food vendors. The music is followed at dusk (beginning June 21) by "SRSLY Cinema," screenings of teen-friendly movies at the Clocktower Commons.

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June 7: The Face Painting Robot, rock-n-roll singer-songwriter John Latini, the Manchester Cajun and Zydeco quartet Creole du Nord, local pop-folk singer-songwriter Mike Gentry, Napoleon blues-rock band TC & the Roadmasters, the blues-flavored acoustic folk-rock duo Cate Haberi & Delbert Walling, and the Ann Arbor alt-country band Corndaddy.

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June 14: Eric the Juggler, magic by Touch of Magic, local folk-rock singer-songwriters Annie & Rod Capps, Ypsilanti Americana folk-rock husband-wife duo Linen Ray, the Jackson pop-folk singer-songwriter Chey Halliwell, the local blues-flavor folk-rock swing quartet Dorkestra, Ypsilanti monster-themed country band Fangs and Twang, and Rotterdam (Netherlands) bluegrass band Red Herring.

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June 21: The Dangerous Dan Pirate Magic Show, the local Americana roots duo Potter's Field, family-friendly improv comedians ComedySportz, Plymouth acoustic roots trio Cold Tone Harvest, local teen singer-songwriters Chelsea Paddock and Sarah Grace Cattle, the Chelsea House Orchestra, jazz/blues ensemble Five Miles More, and local rock 'n' roll, Motown, blues, soul, R&B, progressive rock, and swing band the Cellar Cats. Followed by Despicable Me 3.

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June 28: Magician Magic Joe, the Aviary Aerial & Circus Arts, the local indie folk duo Beach Daisy, the Traverse City self-style "ethereal gypsy music" ensemble Dede & the Dreamers, the young East Tawas pop-folk singer-songwriter Amy Grace, the Detroit rock/blues/Motown trio Rock Jones, the South Lyon acoustic country-rock trio Seven Bridges, and the versatile local 15-piece big band Big Band Theory. Followed by Moana.

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July 5: Glitter tattoos by Inflate Your Party, the acoustic Chelsea Americana trio Mixed Nuts, the Chelsea bluegrass and traditional American string quartet North Creek Fiddlers, the Southeast Michigan/Northwest Ohio bluegrass/Americana quintet Fossil Creek Band, the local country-rock band Double Down, the Manchester Cajun and Zydeco quartet Creole du Nord, the tap duo 2x4, and young Detroit country singer Lisa Mary. Followed by Back to the Future.

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July 12: The Face Painting Robot, the Ferdale Americana rock duo Escaping Pavement, the Detroit roots/boogie pianist Motor City Boogie Woogie Kid, Ann Arbor Americana singer-songwriters Dave Boutette and Kristi Lynn Davis, the veteran Detroit postpunk rock band The Seatbelts, the Sterling Heights pop-rock singer-songwriter Robyn, and vintage music by the Washtenaw Community Concert Band Town Band. Followed by Wonder.

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July 19: Eric the Juggler, the King Family Band bluegrass ensemble, Toledo folk-rock singer-songwriter Jacob Sigman, the Detroit acoustic roots-rock and alt-country trio Bus Stop Poets, rock-n-roll singer-songwriter John Latini, Ann Arbor classic rock band Ransom Jones, Detroit pop-folk singer-songwriter Brandon Bonine, and a blues-rock band from the School of Rock Ann Arbor. Followed by Coco.

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July 26: Mime performance by Michael Lee Mime, animal magic show by Colors the Clown, jazz-inflected country-pop singer-songwriter Kayla Kendall, Detroit classic country band Otter River, Traverse City folk singer E Minor, the Ann Arbor Americana quartet Blue Lights Band, the Dexter blues-rock band The Martindales, and Hartland (MI) pop-rock singer-songwriter Trey Connor. Followed by Beauty and the Beast.

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Aug. 2: Eric the Juggler, Ann Arbor Americana singer-songwriters Dave Boutette and Kristi Lynn Davis, the country trio the Bowdish Brothers, the Johnny Cash tribute band Cash is King, young acoustic singer David Wee, blues-rock band CBK, the Plymouth jazz-fusion trio Doctor Pizza, and local woodwind classical trio Trio Dolce. Followed by Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

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Aug. 9: Temporary tattoos at the Chelsea PTO Tattoo Parlor, young Detroit indy-pop singer-songwriter Grace Elizabeth Lee, the local Americana duo Athens Creek, the local blues-roots band Mo'Easy, the blues-flavored acoustic folk-rock duo Cate Haberi & Delbert Walling, Detroit R&B-soul group the Metro Soul Band, the local blues and blues-rock quintet The Bluesmatics, and the local rock and soul cover band Naked Ace. Followed by Spider Man: Homecoming.

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Aug. 16: A2 Magic, the acoustic blues and folk musician Ian Stewart, soul-inflected blues by the Blue Rays, the highly regarded Downriver bluegrass and hard-country band Bill Bynum & Co, the country-pop duo Sally & Ted, local folk-rock singer-songwriters Annie & Rod Capps, the Ann Arbor self-styled "lounge-a-billy" band Shelter Dogs, and Detroit jazz group the Neal Anderson Quintet. Followed by Wonder Woman.

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6:30-8:30 p.m., downtown Chelsea. Free. 475-1145, 474-9178. [map]


 7-9 p.m. 

"Summer Music Series": Saline Main Street.

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Every Thurs., June 14-Aug. 23. Downtown concerts by area bands. Kids activities. Outdoor seating available at some restaurants.

June 14: the popular and versatile Saline Big Band.

June 21: the Redford British Invasion cover quartet The Invasion.

June 28: Young Sterling Heights country singer-songwriter Lisa Mary.

July 5: Saline classic rock sextet Leverage.

July 12: the 10-piece Allendale Celtic music band CrossBow.

July 19: Jimmy Buffett tribute band Air Margaritaville.

July 26: the local funk-rock trio Pajamas.

Aug. 2: local rockabilly band The Memphis Thrillbillies.

Aug. 9: Double bill. Blues-oriented vocalist and guitar virtuoso Rollie Tussing and his Midwest Territory Band and Stella!, an all-star all-female Detroit-area roots-country quartet fronted by local singer-songwriter and guitarist Jo Serrapere.

Aug. 16: A pep rally at Henne Field begins at 5:30 p.m. with music by the Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic.

Aug. 23: Hullabaloo, the veteran local 9-piece collective whose music draws on ska, jazz, funk, punk and Latin influences.

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7-9 p.m., downtown Saline (except Aug. 16, Henne Field). Free. 316-2119.


 7:30 p.m.  Free! 

Stark Raving MADrigal Singers.

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June 6, 20, & 27; July 11, 19, & 25; Aug. 6, 13, 20, & 27. Singers of all abilities invited to join in singing madrigals and other Elizabethan part songs in a casual, sociable setting in a private home.
7:30 p.m., location TBA via srms2010@sbcglobal.net. Free. 973-3264, 994-3438.


 8 p.m. 

AMP Trio featuring Tahira Clayton: Kerrytown Concert House.

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Bassist (and Community High grad) Perrin Grace is joined by pianist Addison Frei and drummer Matt Young-both members of the renowned University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band-and UNT vocal jazz grad Tahira Clayton in originals and arrangements of jazz standards.
8 p.m., KCH, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Tickets TBA in advance at a2tix.com. Reservations recommended. 769-2999. [map]


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Friday


July 2018
 11 a.m.-11 p.m.  Free! 

Art Fair Entertainment.

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July 19-22. Live music and other performances on several stages. Today:

Willard at Church: veteran local country-folk singer-songwriter Jay Stielstra (11-11:45 a.m.), Ypsilanti Robert Plant tribute band Tall Cool One (noon-1 p.m.), Manchester Cajun and Creole band Creole du Nord (1:30-3 p.m.), the Johnny Cash tribute band Cash Is King (3:30-5 p.m.), the soulful and rocking Detroit-style R&B band led by powerful vocalist Thornetta Davis (5:30-7 p.m.), the Detroit horn-powered Memphis-style rock 'n' roll band Salmagundi (7:30-9 p.m.), and the versatile local honky-tonk band Shoot the Messenger (9:30-11 p.m.).

The Ark Stage (Palio parking lot at William & Main): the Southfield Afro-Caribbean jazz collective Soltura (4:30-5:30 p.m.), the rowdy Northampton (MA) alt-folk/rock quintet Parsonsfield (6-7 p.m.), and The Jeremy Kittel Band (7:30-9 p.m.), an acoustic ensemble led by Kittel, a nationally acclaimed Saline-bred fiddle virtuoso whose extremely eclectic repertoire ranges from Scottish, Irish, and Cape Breton fiddle tunes to jazz, bluegrass, traditional Appalachian tunes, and originals that draw on all these genres.

Ingalls Mall Fountain Stage: pianist Michael Gaiten (11 a.m.), Emerson School chamber music band Onomatopoetic (noon), acoustic duo Cosmic (1 p.m.), Pure Existence Dance Co. (2 p.m.), pop singer-songwriter Elena Hirsch (3 p.m.), Wyandotte (MI) indie folk-rock band Paper Bags (4 p.m.), Commerce (MI) pop-rock singer-songwriter Rob Norum (5 p.m.), local country-flavored pop singer Camilla Ballario (6 p.m.).

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11 a.m.-11 p.m., downtown. Free.


 6:30-8:30 p.m.  Free! 

Summer Concert Series: Dexter Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Every Friday (except Aug. 10 & 17), June 15-Aug. 31

June 15: Dexter Community Orchestra. Pops concert.

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June 22: Three Men and a Tenor. This popular Michigan-based a cappella quartet mixes comedy and music in a program of original tunes and popular songs.

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June 29: Paul's Big Radio.Rootsy country-pop band led by local singer-songwriter Paul Lippens.

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July 6: Detroit melodic pop band The Hangabouts.

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July 13: Surf Zup. Vintage Ventures-style instrumental surf guitar band.

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July 20: All-female U-M student rock band Midnight Special.

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July 27: The Terraplanes. Local blues-rock band led by singer-guitarist Jerry Mack.

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Aug. 3: Detroit blues trio the Randy Brock Band.

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Aug. 24: Ann Arbor R&B band Men in Black.

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Aug. 31: Salmagundi. Memphis-style rock 'n' roll.

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6:30-8:30 p.m., Monument Park gazebo, downtown Dexter. Free. 426-0887.


 7 p.m.  Free! 

Rio Grande Valley Songwriters in the Round: Nicola's Books.

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This Texas singer-songwriter collective performs a round-robin song swap, adding harmonies and musical elements to each other's songs and telling the stories behind them.
7 p.m., Nicola's, Westgate shopping center. Free. 662-0600.


 7:30 p.m. 

Jazz Piano-Rooney.

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Jazz Piano-Rooney: Friday, July 20, 2018
Jazz Piano-Rooney is a special summit of three great jazz pianists performing Round Robin short trio sets from 7:30 till 10:30 PM at Zal Gaz Grotto. Pianists Dr. James Dapogny, Rick Roe and Corey Kendrick will be joined by string bassist Paul Keller and drummer Jeff Shoup for a fun evening of swinging, trio jazz. On full display will be the recently restored, beautiful Yamaha C-6 grand piano that lives at Zal Gaz Grotto.
Good food and drinks at Zal Gaz Grotto. No steps. Air conditioning. Free parking. Under 18 enter FREE!
Zal Gaz Grotto. $10 at the door (under 18 enter FREE). 734-663-1202. www.paulkellerjazz.com



 8-11 p.m.  Free! 

Jazz Jam at the Elks: Ann Arbor Distilling Company.

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Monthly Jazz Jam hosted by drummer Jim Zamberlan is intended to foster a sense of community among musicians and jazz lovers. Both professional musicians and serious amateurs are welcome.
The event location is 21+
Elks Pratt Lodge, 220 Sunset Rd. Free. (734) 761-7172. [map]


 9 p.m.  Free! 

Karaoke: Bel-Mark Lanes.

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Bel-Mark Lanes, 3530 Jackson Road. Free. No cover charge.. 734-994-8433. ladyofthelanes@belmarklanes.com belmarklanes.com [map]



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Saturday


July 2018
 11 a.m.-11 p.m.  Free! 

Art Fair Entertainment.

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July 19-22. Live music and other performances on several stages. Today:

Willard at Church: Lapeer classic rock cover band 3rd Degree Burns (11 a.m.-1 p.m.), EMU Jazz Combo (1:30-3 p.m.), the local jazz band the Andy Adamson Quintet (3:30-5 p.m.), the local hard-rocking country and blues quintet the Switchbacks (5:30-7 p.m.), Detroit indie rock singer-songwriter Keri Lynn Roche (7:30-9 p.m.), and the Redford British Invasion cover band The Invasion (9:30-11 p.m.).

The Ark Stage (Palio parking lot at William & Main): local acoustic folk-rock singer-songwriter Chris DuPont (4:30-5:30 p.m.), Canadian alt-soul singer-songwriter AHI (6-7 p.m.), and the big hit of the 2017 Art Fair, Jared Deck & the Travelers (7:30-9 p.m.), an ensemble led by Deck, a young alt-country Americana singer-songwriter from Oklahoma with a working-class point of view whose influences range from Springsteen and John Mellencamp to Alejandro Escovedo and Tom Russell.

Ingalls Mall Fountain Stage: Columbus-based singer-songwriter Kristin Gramza (11 a.m.), Detroit-area singer-songwriter Angela Predhomme (noon), Warehouse Cloggers (1 p.m.), Detroit-area chamber pop ensemble Cellos Unleashed (2 p.m.), young Detroit singer-pianist Izzy Wallace (3 p.m.), Toledo folk quintet Chloe & the Steel Strings (4 p.m.), Detroit guitarist Damon Terrell (5 p.m.), Detroit-area blues-country-pop duo the Keynote Sisters (6 p.m.).

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11 a.m.-11 p.m., downtown. Free.


 3-6 p.m.  Free! 

Pittsfield Open Band: Ann Arbor Community of Traditional Music and Dance.

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July 7 & 21. All musicians invited for a contra dance music open jam. Bring Judi Morningstar's The Ruffwater Fakebook, Susan Songer's The Portland Collection, and Bill Matthiesen's The Waltz Book if you have them.
3-6 p.m., Pittsfield Grange, 3337 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. (just south of Oak Valley Dr.). Free. 994-9307. [map]


 6 p.m. 

Ilan Chester in Concert: Freites Maria.

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ILAN CHESTER IN CONCERT
The singer, pianist and composer winner of 2 Latin Grammys
will visit Michigan
Ilan Chester will be performing in Ann Arbor city, July 21 2018. Ilan Chester has been a world renown musician for over 35 years. Ilan had performed in hundreds of countries around the world. Ilan is consider a sui generis.
Ilan Chester is an Israeli and Venezuelan multitalented singer, songwriter and musician. Ilan grew up listening to Jewish and classical music as a child, he was influenced by Venezuelan folk, Afro-Caribbean, British rock and American R&B; all of which would play an important part in his own music making. His fascination with ancestral texts found in the Vedic literature from India has inspired him to compose music over Mantras and devotional songs (Bhakti-Yoga) resulting in a unique and powerful combination. He received a Latin Grammy for 'Best Folk Album' for 2010's "Tesoros de la Música Venezolana" and in November 2017, the Latin Grammy Academy award.T
Towsley Auditorium. Washtenaw Community College, 4800 E Huron River Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48105. $40. fmme100969@gmail.com. fmme100969@gmail.com www.eventbrite.com [map]


 8-11 p.m. 

"acute phase rockin' the Zal Gaz Grotto": Zal Gaz Grotto Club.

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A night of Classic Rock. Everyone's favorites. Sing along or get out on the dance floor. $5 cover, kids free. Family friendly. Full bar, food services.
Zal Gaz Grotto Club, 2070 W. Stadium Blvd. Ann Arbor MI 48103. $5. (734) 663-1202. zalgaz.org [map]



 9 p.m.  Free! 

Karaoke: Bel-Mark Lanes.

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Bel-Mark Lanes, 3530 Jackson Road. Free. No cover charge.. 734-994-8433. ladyofthelanes@belmarklanes.com belmarklanes.com [map]



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Sunday


July 2018
 11 a.m.-11 p.m.  Free! 

Art Fair Entertainment.

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July 19-22. Live music and other performances on several stages. Today:

Willard at Church: local rock 'n' roll, Motown, blues, soul, R&B, progressive rock, and swing band the Cellar Cats (noon-1:30 p.m.), the classic R&B, Motown, jazz, and blues band All Directions (2-3:30 p.m.), and the local alt-country band Corndaddy (4-5:30 p.m.).

Ingalls Mall Fountain Stage: Arts in Motion Dance Troupe (noon), the local indie folk duo Beach Daisy (1 p.m.), Detroit pop singer-songwriter Gary Niemenski (2 p.m.), Detroit dream pop band Backyard Birdfeeder (3 p.m.), and Hartland (MI) pop-rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Trey Connor (4 p.m.).

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Noon-5:30 p.m., downtown. Free.


 7-9 p.m. 

"Ann Arbor (Mostly) Acoustic Jam."

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July 8 & 22. Musicians of all ability levels invited to sing and play anything from classic rock, Motown, and blues to bluegrass, folk, and country. Singers and players of all acoustic instruments (strings, horns, and woodwinds) welcome. Led by local veteran musicians Bill Connors and Phil McMillion. The program features an open mike for solo, duo, and trio performers, followed by jamming. Also, on July 15, there is a session for songwriters to try out their new work and get critiques.
7-9 p.m., Great Oak Cohousing Common House, 500 Little Lake Dr. $5 for participants, spectators free. Preregistration required at Meetup.com/Ann-Arbor-Acoustic-Jam. 998-9353. [map]


 7:30 p.m.  Free! 

Open Stage: Pointless Brewery & Theatre.

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All performers invited to showcase their talents.
7:30 p.m., Pointless, 3014 Packard. Pay what you can. Email info@pointlessbrew.com to sign up for an 8-minute spot. (989) 455-4484. [map]





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