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Old Town

122 W. Liberty [map]
662-9291
oldtownaa.com facebook.com/oldtownjazz/

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.

 
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October 9: "Music Makers Vol. 1"

Details TBA.

October 13: Anne Erlewine

Local pop-folk singer-songwriter.

October 16: Allen Dennard Trio

Local jazz ensemble led by trumpeter Dennard. With guitarist Max Bowen and drummer Jesse Kramer.

October 20: Charlie Weaver

Acoustic folk music "with a touch of bluegrass and trout stream rhythms" by this northern Michigan singer-guitarist (and fishing guru), a former Ann Arborite who was a regular at the Old Town Sunday night folk jams in the early 80s. For his 2nd set tonight, he is joined by assorted guest musicians to perform songs from the brand- new songbook collecting the work of veteran local country-folk singer-songwriter Jay Stielstra.

October 23: William Wood Quartet

Local jazz ensemble led by saxophonist Wood. With pianist Jordan Anderson, bassist Aidan Cafferty, and drummer David Alvarez.

October 27: Mike Latini

Patterson (NY) singer-songwriter.

October 30: Bowen/Juarez/Kramer/Chandler

Local jazz ensemble with guitarist Max Bowen, trombonist Vincent Chandler, bassist Brian Juarez, and drummer Jesse Kramer.




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