Soulful acoustic rock and blues covers and originals by this local singer-guitarist.
Ypsilanti indie rock trio. Opening acts are Bison Machine, a Detroit blues-rock metal quartet that describes its music as “somewhere between early Sabbath and early 90s stoner rock with face melting goliath guitar riffage dominating their prehistoric soundscapes,” and Death Wish Squirrel, a local experimental powerpop band.
Veteran Ypsilanti alt-country and alt-bluegrass quartet.
Jazz ensemble led by U-M jazz piano professor Rowe. With saxophonist Andrew Bishop, bassist Kurt Krahnke, and drummer Pete Siers.
Versatile 9-piece Detroit pop dance band whose repertoire ranges from Motown to the B52s to Lady Gaga.
The local duo of singer-guitarists Marsha Mumm and Jean Lieverman plays vintage and contemporary acoustic jazz, blues, and pop standards, along with some originals.
Local ensemble led by guitarist Belhaj that plays a range of New Orleans jazz styles, from struts, stomps, cakewalks, and rags to pop tunes, marches, and classical favorites.
Blues-inflected folk-rock singer-songwriter from Milwaukee. Opening act is The Alcoholic Oracles, a Concord (MI) country-based blues-rock duo.