Country-tinged folk-rock by a quartet led by this Brighton singer- songwriter. Opening acts are The Ferdy Mayne, an Ypsilanti folk-rock trio that, according to Real Detroit Weekly, “finds the muddy creek where David Byrne’s church-striding, big-shouldered cowboy meets Tom Waits’s scruffy romantic with the cigarette-scorched croon”, and Dave Samano, a Nashville-based folktronica singer-songwriter. Advance tickets: $10.
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.
Detroit classic rock quintet.
Country, blues, and classic rock.
Folk-rock singer-songwriter and guitarist from Jackson.
Acoustic rock covers by the Royal Oak duo of vocalist Meghan Kelly and guitarist Tony Anthony.
Local composer-pianist, the winner of the 2010 U-M New Music on the Block competition, whose music ranges in style from classical and jazz to Argentine tango and Persian piano music.
Drag show and gay and lesbian dance night hosted by Maxi and Jennifer of the House of Chanel, with a DJ TBA.
This 16-piece jazz big band comprised of talented high school and collegiate students from around the nation performs a Bon Voyage concert before setting on a 3-week goodwill tour of Europe. The college students in the group, who include former Airmen of Note lead alto saxophonist Lucas Munce, also serve as mentors to the high school musicians. The concert also features a set by the Paul Keller Quartet, high-energy local mainstream jazz by ensemble led by bassist Keller. $10 (students accompanied by an adult, free). 1-4 p.m.
Local singer-songwriter known for his folk- and country-style ballads.