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Blind Pig

208 S. First St. [map]
996-8555
blindpigmusic.com

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/calendar.

 
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January 2: Water Fountain Coins

Canton indie rock duo. Openers: the Michigan rock band Social Queues, the Temperance All-female cinematic alt-pop singer- songwriter trio 3RingsLeft, the Canton garage rock quartet Boys N' Ties, and the pop-punk band One Small Step. $10.

January 3: Equipment

Toledo power-pop trio. Openers: the Ypsilanti metal-inflected pop- punk quartet Tequila Deer, the Milwaukee pop-punk quartet Honey Creek, and the local electro-funk band Space Cadet. $10.

January 4: Wakefire

Detroit sextet whose repertoire is an eclectic mix of Celtic rock, Slavic punk, Americana folk-rock, and baroque pop Openers: Pictus, a nationally touring Michigan trio whose repertoire is rooted in traditional Celtic music and dance featuring Highland pipes, drums, & pennywhistle, and Crossbow, a 10-piece Celtic music ensemble from Allendale that plays traditional jigs and reels, along with folk and world music-oriented covers. $15.

January 8: Atmig

Detroit-area indie rock quintet. Openers: Witchpucker, the experimental avant-noise duo of guitarist Dan Clark and keyboardist Sara Grosky, and Satellite Sweetheart, a Detroit rock quartet fronted by vocalist Tamara Marla. $5.

January 9: Fallow Land

Local pop-rock quartet. Openers: the Columbus math-rock quartet Of Two Minds, the Michigan indie rock quartet Chinook, and the area noise rock punk band Great Expectations. $8.

January 11: Slum Village

Veteran Detroit hip-hop duo. Openers: D Vaughn, a Flint rapper, and DJ Chill Will. $20.

January 18: Electric Huldra

Local stoner rock trio. Openers: the Ypsilanti psychedelic prog-rock quartet Strange Flavors, the raucous veteran Ypsilanti surf- guitar psychobilly band Las Drogas, and loud, freshly tailored classic rock by the Detroit trio Edison Hollow. $10- $15.

January 19: Antighost

Grand Rapids punk-rock trio. Openers: the Ypsilanti emo punk-rock duo Daddy & the Long Legs, the Chicago alt-rock band Weighted, and the South Lyon progressive hard-rock quartet Avalanche. $10.

January 22: Mad Pursuit

Local rock quartet that specializes in 60s & 70s blues, roots, & funk covers. Openers TBA. $5.

January 30: The Movement

Columbia SC) alt-reggae quartet known for its heavy drum & bass foundation. Openers: Josh Heinrichs, a veteran Springfield reggae singer-songwriter, and Indubious, a Bend (Or) roots- reggae trio. $15-$18.

January 31: Cory Wong

All ages admitted to the early show. Minneapolis funk-rock singer-songwriter and guitarist, currently a member of the popular funk band Vulfpeck. Opener: Scott Mulvahill, a Houston-bred Americana singer-songwriter who got his start as the bassist in Ricky Scaggs' Kentucky Thunder. $22.50-25. 7 & 11 p.m.




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