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Blue LLama

314 S. Main [map]
372-3200
bluellamaclub.com

This jazz club/restaurant features live music Tues. 7-9:30 p.m., Wed.-Fri., 7-10:15 p.m., & Sat. dinner show 7-10:15 p.m. $10 cover on Tues.-Fri.; reservations recommended at OpenTable.com or by calling the club. Sat. ticket piece (variable) includes a 7-course dinner; advance tickets available at BlueLlamaClub.com. No dancing except for Wed. Latin jazz shows and as otherwise noted.

 
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January 4: Sean Dobbins Trio

Local jazz ensemble led by drummer Dobbins.

January 5: Aguanko

Local Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble led by composer-percussionist Alberto Nacif.

January 6: Gerard Gibbs & Organized Crim

Funk-inflected jazz by this Detroit trio led by veteran Hammond B-3 organist Gibbs. With guitarist Perry Hughes and drummer Jabari Kersey.

January 7: Aris Chalin Trio

Jazz trio led by this young local pianist.

January 8: The New Day Collective

Horn-fired jazz-funk fusion by this Detroit septet that plays the music of the Brecker Bros. and Snarky Puppy, along with some originals.

January 11: Re'Monda

Ensemble led by this Detroit jazz vocalist known for her sultry, soulful voice and a richly elegant style that blends elements of jazz, soul, blues, and gospel.

January 12: Aguanko

Local Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble led by composer-percussionist Alberto Nacif. Tonight's show is a WEMU Fundraiser, with tickets (price TBA) available at WEMU.org. Times TBA.

January 13: Dave Sharp Worlds Quartet

World music-based jazz by this ensemble led by local bassist Sharp. Tonight's show is a WEMU Fundraiser, with tickets (price TBA) available at WEMU.org. Times TBA.

January 14: Soul Cycle

Detroit quartet whose music draws on jazz, funk, and R&B idioms.

January 15: Diego Rivera Quartet

Ensemble led by this MSU music professor, a saxophonist-composer known for his muscular tone and blending of straight-ahead jazz with music inspired by his Latino heritage.

January 18: Allen Denard Quartet

Local jazz ensemble led by trumpeter Denard, a U-M music student whose music mixes elements of jazz, hip-hop, and funk.

January 20: Ellen Rowe Trio

Jazz trio led by pianist Rowe, a U-M jazz professor whose repertoire includes original compositions and reimagined versions of standards.

January 21: Kris Kurzawa Quartet

Local quartet led by guitarist Kurzawa that plays jazz, soul, and avant-funk covers and originals.

January 22: Brandon Rose & Soul Therapy

Ensemble led by the young Detroit jazz bassist Rose, a recent MSU grad.

January 25: Patrick Fitzgibbon Band

Detroit jazz ensemble led by composer-percussionist Fitzgibbon.

January 26: Armando Vega & the 313 Orchestra

Latin salsa by this ensemble led by Detroit singer and conga player Vega.

January 27: Dave Alvarez III Quartet

Jazz ensemble led by local drummer Alvarez.

January 29: Soul Message Band

Soulful jazz by this Chicago trio led by the celebrated Hammond B3 organist Chris Foreman. 6 & 8:30 p.m.




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