Thursday Mar 26, 2020
Blind Pig: Kayla Drange
Detroit pop-folk singer-songwriter. Openers: the Detroit-area alt-rock quartet Maudlin, the Detroit-area postpunk rock trio Fly Parade, the Detroit rock 'n' roll quartet Ixsontra, and the Detroit progressive rock quintet Territorial Chant. $10.
Blue LLama: Alex Levine Trio
Originals & standards by this ensemble led by Brooklyn (NY) guitarist Levine, a U-M jazz studies grad. With guest musician Marcus Elliott, a highly regarded young Detroit saxophonist.
Conor O'Neill's: Shaun Garth Walker
Local singer-guitarist with an eclectic, wide-ranging repertoire.
Detroit St. Filling Station: Mr. B
Traditional boogie-woogie and blues, along with some originals, by this internationally renowned veteran local pianist.
Earle: Jake Reichbart
Solo jazz guitarist. Solo jazz pianists TBA occasionally substitute.
Habitat Lounge: Cetan Clawson
Monroe psychedelic blues-rock trio.
Last Word: The Pherotones
A wide range of jazz and jazzed-up popular music, from the 1920s to the present, by this all-star local quartet. With trumpeter Ross Huff, pianist Giancarlo Aversa, bassist Brennan Andes, and drummer Wes Fritzemeier.
Mash: Dave Menzo
This local singer-songwriter uses guitar, bass, synths, and other electronics to improvise instrumental tracks on the spot to sing with. His recent CD, Shhh, is a collection of cinematic soundscapes created entirely with acoustic, electric, and electronic instruments from the Ann Arbor District Library Music Tools collection. Photo: Myra Klarman.
Oz's Music Environment: "Guitarist Network"
All guitarists invited for a weekly jam session and group lesson that concludes with a group performance. 7:30-9 p.m.
Tap Room: Electric Open Mike
Hosted by The Martindales, a local band led by singer-guitarist Brian Brickley that plays blues and rock covers and originals. All electric musicians invited.
Ypsi Alehouse: Smokey Grey
Versatile American roots music trio. 7-9 p.m.
Zou Zou's Cafe: Blue Rays Trio
Eclectic blues-based trio with bassist Ralph McKee, guitarist Peter Holland, and harmonica player Tim Douthit.
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