This local club features live music most Wed.-Sat. and occasional other nights, 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. (unless otherwise noted). Also, occasional early shows, usually 7-10 p.m. Cover, dancing. Advance tickets sold at the 8 Ball Saloon (below the club) and at blindpigmusic.com
November 1: Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers
Lansing pop-funk and soul quartet led by singer- songwriter Hertler. $17.50-$25.
November 2: "Autumn Uproar."
With the Detroit post-hardcore metal band YaYo, the Macomb County hard-rock band City 10, progressive rock singer-songwriter Jay Cotter, the Ypsilanti neo-soul/blues fusion quintet Kristianna & the DayNites, the suburban Detroit hard-rock quartet Katharsis, the Detroit singer-songwriter Kayla Drange, and the Wyandotte New Wave-style rock trio Abstract Habitat.
November 5: Chris Webby
All ages admitted. Connecticut rapper whose 2014 album Chemically Imbalanced peaked at #2 on the Billboard R&B chart. Openers: the Atlanta hip-hop MC Jaren Benton, the North Carolina hip-hop MC Locksmith, the Las Vegas underground hip-hop MC Ekoh, area hip-hop MC Redd, and local hip-hop MC Tru Klassik. $28.
November 6: Mad Pursuit
Local classic blues-rock quartet. $5.
November 7: London Beck
Young local singer-songwriter whose music interweaves strands of hip-hop, pop, soul, and jazz. Openers: MEBO, an Atlanta electronic hip-hop singer-producer, and Myleage.
November 8: Disaster Relief
Local all-star ensemble led by guitarist- keyboardist Darrin James whose music mixes elements of funk, jazz, Afrobeat, rock, and blues. With trumpeter Ross Huff and saxophonists Dan Bennett, Tim Haldeman, and Molly Jones fronting a rhythm section of bassist Brennan Andes and drummer Rob Avsharian. With guest guitarist Dr. Pete Larson. $10.
November 9: Start Making Sense
Talking Heads tribute band from Bethlehem (PA) Opener: Ruby Dear, a rock trio fronted by singer-songwriter (and Start Making Sense member) Jenny Founds. $15 ($18 at the door).
November 13: Aqueous
Popular Buffalo groove-rock jam quartet. Opener: Great Time, a highly regarded Philadelphia indie rock trio. 8 p.m.-midnight. $15-$17.
November 14: Ossi Music
Local electronic art-rock collective. Openers: electro-pop singer-songwriter Olivia for Now, Tonie Acron, and hip-hop musician Stymie. $10.
November 15: Liquid Thickness
Local funk-rock sextet that tonight celebrates the release of its debut CD. Opener: Pajamas, a local pop-rock jam trio, and Violet Sol, a local self-styled "soulful music collective." $10.
November 16: Fallow Land
Local pop-rock quartet. Openers: the Indiana postpunk indie rock trio We Love You, the Detroit lo-fi indie emo-rock trio No Fun Club, and the local indie rock band Leery Loons. $10.
November 22: Mike Mains & the Branches
Texas-bred, Detroit-based indie rock band. Openers: The Timbre of Cedar, a versatile suburban Detroit indie rock quintet led by the soulful vocals of singer-songwriter Marrissa Parham, and Kimball, a Royal Oak indie rock quartet. $15.
November 23: Earthgang
Veteran Atlanta duo of soul-funk hip-hop rappers Olu and WowGr8. Openers: Benji, a Pittsburgh hip-hop rapper and singer, and Guapdad4000, the stage name of hip-hop rapper James Delgado.
November 27: The Macpodz
Immensely popular local jam band that plays an invigorating mix of R&B, soul, rock, and hard jazz it calls "disco bebop." A couple of expat members- pianist Jesse Clayton and drummer Griffin Bastian- are rejoining the band for this holiday show. Cover charge TBA.
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