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Silvio's Organic Pizza

715 North University [map]
214-6666
facebook.com/silviosorganic/

This campus-area restaurant features live music Sun. 6-8 p.m., Fri. 7-9 p.m., and occasional other nights. Also, dancing to DJs with swing music (Wed., 10 p.m.-midnight) and tango music (Fri. 10 p.m.-midnight.) No cover, dancing.

 
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March 6: Bob Skon

Folk-rock covers and originals by this local singer-songwriter known for his wry songs about love and loss.

March 7: K Michael Joseph

Local singer-songwriter whose music is an acoustic blend of electropop, nu jazz, and electro-acoustic ambient music.

March 13: Tim Prosser

A mix of folk and pop covers and originals by this local singer- mandolinist, who is joined by guest musicians TBA.

March 14: Melissa Welsh Melissa Welsh

Pop-folk story songs by this local singer-songwriter who accompanies herself on baritone ukulele. With mandolinist Rod Foster.

March 20: Mary Ann Kirt

Pop-folk and indie rock originals by this local singer-guitarist.

March 21: Sterling G Project

Local jazz-funk ensemble led by keyboardist Sterling G.

March 28: The Cool Birds

Ypsilanti old-time country, roots rock, and Americana band led by singer-guitarist Milan Seth.




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