Note: As of mid-March, the Old Town music program is on hiatus due to the coronavirus epidemic. Posted schedules are thus highly tentative. This downtown corner bar features live music Sun., Wed., & occasional other nights, 8-10 p.m. No dancing, no cover. The performers are usually accompanied by various drop-in friends.
March 1: Timothy Monger
Engaging veteran local pop-rock singer-songwriter-guitarist from the Great Lakes Myth Society whose pop-rock Americana fuses high lonesome tunes with evocative tales drawn from ordinary life. Monger has a CD, Summer Cherry Ghosts that Allmusic.com calls "a sweetly nostalgic song cycle, filled with sketches of places and people he's loved, memories he treasures--in short, the ghosts of summers past."
March 4: Max Bowen Trio
Jazz ensemble led by local guitarist Bowen.
Veteran local folk-rock singer-guitarist whose genial songs about the small ups and downs of ordinary life draw on a range of influences from Chuck Berry to Paul Westerberg. He performs with his wife, singer Kristi Davis, a former Radio City Rockette.
Postbop jazz by this ensemble led by local guitarist Carl Michel. With vocalist Chris McCall, saxophonist Paul VornHagen, and bassist Keith Malinowski.
Saginaw-based pop-folk singer-songwriter.
March 18: Ben Green Trio
Jazz ensemble led by local trumpeter Green. With guitarist Ian Eylanbekov, drummer David Ward, and a bassist TBA.
Local quartet whose eclectic repertoire ranges from traditional Irish music to rockabilly, bluegrass, novelty songs, and roots- rock originals.
March 25: Dan Bennett Trio
Local jazz ensemble led by saxophonist Bennett. With bassist Josef Deas & drummer Rob Avsharian.
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