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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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February 6: Bob Sweet Quartet

Jazz ensemble led by veteran local drummer Sweet, an original member of the Sun Messengers. With reeds player Andrew Bishop, bassist Kurt Krahnke, and guitarist Max Bowen.

February 10: Matt Watroba

A longtime former WDET host, Watroba is a popular folksinger whose repertoire features a blend of lyrical songs and poignant ballads, including several originals. He sings in a sweet tenor voice, accompanying himself on guitar and punctuating his performance with sharply humorous observations.

February 13: Jonathan Taylor Ensemble

Jazz ensemble led by local drummer Taylor.

February 17: Tracy Kash & Pat Shanley

Jazz standards by the Detroit duo of vocalist Kash and guitarist Shanley.

February 20: Dave Sharp Worlds Quartet

World music-based jazz by this ensemble led by local bassist Sharp.

February 24: 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.

February 27: Dan Bennett Ensemble

Local jazz ensemble led by saxophonist Bennett.




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