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Old Town

122 W. Liberty [map]

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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January 1: Chris Buhalis Chris Buhalis

This local singer-songwriter performs his annual tribute to Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt to mark the anniversary of their deaths. He's accompanied by dobro player Dave Keeney.. 5 p.m. until he's done.

January 5: Mark Jewett

Local Americana pop-rock singer-songwriter who recently released the CD Love Has No Heart of Its Own.

January 8: Bob Sweet Quartet

Jazz ensemble led by drummer Sweet, with saxophonist Andrew Bishop, guitarist Max Bowen, & bassist Kurt Krahnke.

January 12: Jen Sygit

Lansing singer-songwriter and guitarist known for her bluesy lyrics, down-home music, and sultry vocals.

January 15: Pete Siers Trio

Local jazz ensemble with pianist Gary Schunk, bassist Jeff Pedraz, and drummer Pete Siers.

January 19: Bowdish Brothers

Vintage country and old-time music by this local trio led by singer- guitarist Mike Smith and featuring 2 other members of the Cadillac Cowboys, bassist Gary Munce and pianist and mandolinist Kelly Schmidt.

January 22: Brennan Andes & Friends

Jazz ensemble led by Macpodz bassist Andes.

January 26: Midwest Territory Band Rollie Tussing

Local acoustic trio led by blues-oriented vocalist and guitar virtuoso Rollie Tussing. With bassist Serge van der Voo and percussionist Jim Carey.

January 29: Tariq Gardner's Evening Star

Afrocentric jazz by this Detroit ensemble led by drummer Gardner, a recent U-M music school grad.

February 5: Meg Brennan Trio

Local jazz ensemble led by saxophonist & flutist Brennan. With keyboardist Joshua Catania, bassist Aiden Cafferty, and drummer Eliza Salem.

February 9: Sam Corbin

Lansing pop-folk singer-songwriter whose influences include Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan.

February 12: Pete Larson & His Cytotoxic Nyatiti Band

Self-styled "East Africanesque futurist lyre jams" by this trio led by local singer-string musician Larson who plays the nyatiti, an 8-stringed lyre native to the Siaya region of western Kenya, where he studied under one of the last masters of the instrument, Mzee Oduor Nyagweno. With guitarist Fred Thomas and drummer Tom Hohmann.

February 15: Paul's Big Radio Paulís Big Radio

Rootsy country-pop band led by local singer-songwriter Paul Lippens.

February 16: Chris Buhalis Chris Buhalis

A popular local singer-songwriter who sings engaging, fresh- minded folk-country originals, often with an acerbic topical edge, in a rich, warm voice. His latestt CD , Big Car Town, is a collection of songs exploring and celebrating his working-class heritage.

February 19: Will Wood Trio

Local jazz ensemble led by saxophonist Wood.

February 23: Judy Banker

Veteran local singer-songwriter and guitarist known for her songs exploring love, heartbreak, and renewal. Tonight she celebrates the release of her 3rd CD, Buffalo Motel.

February 26: Nick Collins Trio

Local jazz ensemble led by drummer Collins.

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