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Zou Zou's Cafe

101 N. Main, Chelsea [map]
433-4226
zouzouscafe.com/

Newly renovated and expanded café features live music most Fri. & Sat., 8-10 p.m. No cover, no dancing.

 
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March 1: Katon & Perkins

Blues and blues-rock by the veteran local duo of singer-guitarist Michael Katon and bassist Todd Perkins.

March 7: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Boutette & Kristi Davis.

March 8: Kameryn Ogden Duo

Jazz by the Detroit duo of vocalist Kameryn Ogden and keyboardist Galen Bundy.

March 9: Robert Johnson

Solo acoustic folk and blues by this Northville singer-guitarist.

March 13: Blue Rays Trio

Eclectic blues-based trio with bassist Ralph McKee, guitarist Peter Holland, and harmonica player Tim Douthit.

March 14: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Sam Corbin.

March 15: Mark Palms & Billy King

Duo of Creole du Nord frontman Palms and roots-rock singer- songwriter King.

March 16: Evrydy Ppl 149

Detroit R&B trio.

March 20: Rollie Tussing & Friends Rollie Tussing

Local blues-oriented vocalist and guitar virtuoso is joined by bassist Todd Perkins and drummer Dave Bendena. 8-10 p.m.

March 21: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Judy Banker .

March 22: Mark Dvorak

Veteran Chicago folk singer, a former member of Weavermania with a warm, engaging stage manner who accompanies himself on guitar and banjo. His large repertoire includes traditional songs, material by Steve Goodman and other earlier Chicago folksingers, and originals.

March 23: Davey O.

Veteran Americana singer-songwriter from Buffalo who sings poetically charged, introspective songs.

March 27: Pete Bullard & the Zou Animals

Blues, swing, and rockabilly by an ensemble led by veteran local guitarist Bullard.

March 28: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Rollie Tussing.

March 29: 4Peace4 4Peace4

Postbop jazz by this ensemble led by local guitarist Carl Michel. With vocalist Chris McCall, saxophonist Paul VornHagen, and bassist Keith Malinowski.

March 30: Sarah Swanson Band

Local ensemble led by singer-songwriter Swanson that plays soulful, anthemic indie rock.

April 4: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Rochelle Clark.

April 5: The Rough & Tumble

Nashville folk-rock Americana duo of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler.

April 6: John Natiw

Roots-oriented Americana singer-songwriter from Canton.

April 11: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Annie Capps.

April 12: Chef Chris Cookin' Up the Blues

An evening of postpunk downhome blues by a duo led by veteran local vocalist and blues harpist Chef Chris Sirvinskis.

April 13: Sue Fink

Chicago-based folk singer-songwriter. Opener: Scott Fab, a veteran Ferndale folk-rock singer-songwriter with an enchantingly expressive vocal style.

April 17: Pete Bullard & the Zou Animals

Blues, swing, and rockabilly by an ensemble led by veteran local guitarist Bullard.

April 18: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Dave Boutette & Kristi Davis.

April 19: Melissa May & Brian Coonan

Acoustic folk-rock covers and originals by this Bay City duo.

April 20: Brown & Falk

Originals and offbeat covers in an eclectic mix of styles from bluegrass and blues to folk and jazz by the veteran duo of singer- guitarists Rick Brown and Jack Falk.

April 24: The Blue Rays Trio

Eclectic blues-based trio with bassist Ralph McKee, guitarist Peter Holland, and harmonica player Tim Douthit.

April 25: Open Mike

All acoustic musicians invited. Hosted by Sam Corbin.

April 26: Billy Brandt

Rootsy, country-flavored psychedelic folk-rock by this veteran Detroit singer-songwriter. He is accompanied by dobro player Dave Falk.

April 27: Dave Boutette

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 Bob Dylan to Paul Westerberg. He performs with his wife, singer Kristi Davis, a former Radio City Rockette.




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