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Crazy Wisdom Tea Room

114 S. Main [map]
665-9468
crazywisdom.net

Tea room above Crazy Wisdom Bookstore features live music, Fri.-Sat. 8-10 p.m. No cover, no dancing.

 
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February 1: Jo Serrapere Jo Serrapere

Gifted veteran local singer-songwriter known for her spare, haunting ballads and blues and her sinewy, commanding vocals. Her latest CD, Dollar Store Nation, is rooted in the unselfconscious genre- hopping across of rock 'n 'roll, country, folk, and honky-tonk boundaries exemplified by the likes of Wanda Jackson and Patsy Cline.

February 2: Angela Predhomme

Detroit-area singer-songwriter whose influences range from Motown and the Beatles to Sarah McLachlan and Norah Jones.

February 8: Bobby Pennock

Plymouth folk-rock singer-songwriter whose style draws its influences from Paul Simon and Harry Chapin, with a helping of the Beatles thrown in for zest.

February 9: John Churchville John Churchville

Local tabla player, accompanied by several musician friends, who plays Indian classical, light classical, fusion, and folk music.

February 15: Amy Grace Johnson Amy Grace Johnson

Young acoustic pop-folk singer-songwriter from East Tawas.

February 16: Terry Birkett

Longtime Livonia Americana guitarist and songwriter. Tonight he is joined by various musical friends TBA.

February 22: Rochelle Clark Rochelle Clark

Chelsea singer-songwriter who's half of the Americana duo The Potter's Field.

February 23: Bill Edwards Bill Edwards

Veteran local country singer-songwriter whose songs have been covered by the likes of Lee Roy Parnell and T. Graham Brown. His collaboration with former Ann Arborite Whit Hill, "What'd I Do," was featured in the HBO series True Blood.

March 1: George Heritier

Oak Park acoustic Americana singer-songwriter who specializes in songs about living in Michigan. He has a recent CD, In My Element.

March 2: John Finan & Sharon Tse

Singer-songwriter duo. Finan is a Canton singer-songwriter who writes country-tinged folk-pop, and Tse a young singer-songwriter whose repertoire ranges from confessional folk-pop to jazz- inflected songs.

March 8: Barker & Broski

Local proto-punk rock 'n' roll singer-songwriter duo of Michael Snyder-Barker and Chris Broski.

March 9: Alter Blue

Fraser duo of singer-keyboardist Katie Williamson an guitarist Tom Alter whose music draws on soul, jazz, and alt-folk.

March 15: "2nd Annual Charity Busk."

With a variety of area folkies TBA. A benefit for OATS, a nonprofit that provides equine therapy for people with disabilities.

March 15: Open Mike

All musicians invited. Hosted by local fiddler Emily Slomovits. Sign-up begins at 7:30 p.m.

March 16: John Churchville John Churchville

Local tabla player, accompanied by several musician friends, who plays Indian classical, light classical, fusion, and folk music.

March 23: Mark Jewett

Double bill. Jewett is a Detroit-area Americana pop-rock singer- songwriter whose latest CD is Love Has No Heart of Its Own. Joe Cartoon is the stage name of Joe Shields, a Grand Rapids cartoonist-turned-Americana singer-songwriter who was one of 6 winners at the prestigious 2016 Kerrville (Texas) New Folk competition.

March 29: Mike Gentry

Local pop-folk singer-songwriter whom longtime Guitar Player editor Jas Obrecht praises as "brilliant at coffeehouse-approved acoustic music, blistering hard rock, and most styles in between."

March 30: February Sky February Sky

Chicago-based duo of guitarist, banjoist, and dulcimer player Susan Urban, a singer-songwriter who writes story songs and humorous slice-of-life vignettes, and guitarist Phil Cooper, who sings original arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs.




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