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Tuesday Oct 12, 2021

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Ark: Willie Watson

Solo performance by this Americana folk singer best known for singing the tenor lead and playing rhythm guitar with Old Crow Medicine Show. His repertoire ranges from Utah Phillips and Leadbelly tunes to traditional songs collected by the 1930s folk- country crossover pioneer Bascom Lamar Lunsford and Rabbit Brown's iconic "James Alley Blues." He made his acting debut in the Coen Brothers' 2018 Netflix film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. $20. [venue info]

Blind Pig: The Backseat Lovers

All ages admitted. Indie rock band from Salt Lake City. Opener: Branson Anderson, a singer-songwriter from rural Nevada whose influences range from Robert Johnson and Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash and Jack White. $15-$70. 8 p.m.-midnight. [venue info]

Blue LLama: The Blue Llama Jazz Orchestra

Detroit trumpeter-composer Walter White directs this newly assembled 18-piece big band. [venue info]

Oz's Music Environment: "Anything Goes Open Stage"

"Anything Goes Open Stage." All acoustic musicians invited for an online version of this popular open mike. Hosted by Jim Novak. For online info, and to reserve a performing slot, see meetup.com/Ozs- Music-Songwriters-Open-Mic. [venue info]

Ypsi Alehouse: Kevin Ramos

Covers & originals by this young local singer-songwriter. [venue info]

Zal Gaz Grotto: Easy Street Jazz Band

Dixieland and swing by this veteran local ensemble led by trombonist Terry Kimura. [venue info]


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