This veteran folk-rock singer-guitarist is known for his wild and ingenious guitar playing, his hauntingly elegiac vocal style, and his trenchantly soulful reworkings of material by a wide range of top contemporary songwriters. His latest CD, Resume: The Best of Richie Havens, collects the cream of his work from the late 60s and early 70s. $30.
Ypsilanti punkabilly metal quintet led by singer-guitarist Leighton Mann. Opening acts are the Detroit blues-rock quartet Black Irish, the Detroit psychedelic metal-rock band Lava Moth, the Ypsilanti rock band The Wolfs, and Blue Snaggletooth, a local rock band that includes members of Mazinga and other area bands.
Jazz-inflected blues and blues-rock by this veteran local quartet led by vocalist and blues harpist May.
Western Michigan singer-songwriter who’s written 2 Detroit Tigers songs that are in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Herb David Guitar Studio hosts an acoustic instrument open jam in a relaxed atmosphere. Bring your guitar, mandolin, etc., or just sing along. 8-9:30 p.m.
Local indie rock quartet. 9 p.m.
Soulful acoustic rock and blues covers and originals by this local singer-guitarist.
Detroit dance band.
Classic rock band.
In the main room DJ Hardy plays Top 40 and dance music records.
Manchester classic and contemporary rock band.
Local jazz quartet led by McNett, a vocalist who specializes in Sinatra covers.
Local retro funk band that recently released its debut 45 “Give Me Your Love” on the Italian funk label Record Kicks. Midnight-2 a.m.
Soulful blues and R&B by this heralded band led by the raspy, bluesy growl and the arrestingly personal lyrics of singer- songwriter Bradley, a former Detroit street singer.
Wistful, witty roots-pop by the trio of guitarist Keith Kiser, bassist Ralph McKee, and pedal steel guitarist Mark O’Boyle.