– Music – Jazz – Savannah, GA – 2016.09.18-24 –

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    Schedule

    SUNDAY 9/18

    Hotel Indigo

    201 West Bay Street

    www.hotelindigo.com

     

    3PM            S.E. Bulloch County Jazz Band

    4PM            Savannah Country Day School Jazz Band

    5PM            Savannah Arts Academy Jazz Band

    6PM            Teddy Adams All Star Opening Jazz Jam Session

     

    MONDAY 9/19

    Congregation Mickve Israel

    20 East Gordon Street

    www.mickveisrael.org

     

    7PM            Jazz Festival Movie Monday featuring  “ The Case of the Three Sided Dream”

     

    TUESDAY 9/20

    Jazz’d Tapas Bar

    52 Barnard Street

    www.jazzdtapasbar.com

     

    7PM-10PM     Future of Jazz Band

     

    WEDNESDAY 9/21

    Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant

    402 Martin Luther King Blvd.

    www.ranchoalegrecuban.com

     

    7PM-10PM            Charleston Latin Jazz Collective

     

    THURSDAY  9/22

    Forsyth Park

    http://visithistoricsavannah.com/forsyth-park/

     

    7:00PM   Savannah State University Wesleyan Choir

    8:00PM   Eric Culberson Trio

    9:30PM   King Soloman Hicks Trio

    11:00PM Blues Jam Session at Mansion on Forsyth Park’s Casimir’s Lounge

     

    FRIDAY 9/23

    Forsyth Park

    http://visithistoricsavannah.com/forsyth-park/

     

    6:00PM   Barry Greene Quartet

    7:00PM   Yotam Silberstein Trio

    8:15PM   Don Braden w/UNF Jazz Ensemble #1

    9:30PM   Peter Fish Group

    11PM Jazz Jam Session w/Teddy Adams at Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant

     

    SATURDAY 9/24

    Forsyth Park

    http://visithistoricsavannah.com/forsyth-park/

     

    4:00PM  Parris Island presents the US Marine Corps Jazz Band

    5:00PM  US Army Maneuver Center of Excellence Stage Band

    6:15PM  Savannah Hall of Fame Jazz Ensemble

    7:15PM  Sonny Fortune Quartet

    8:30PM  Dave Stryker Trio

    9:45PM  Audrey Shakir w/Savannah Jazz Orchestra

    11:00PM  Jam Session w/Teddy Adams at Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant

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– Dance-Arts-Music – Detroit + SE MI – Weekend – 2016.08.26-28 –

– Detroit –
– Michigan –
– Campus Martius –

– Friday –

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 August 26 2016 – 12:00 PM

CADILLAC SQUARE

ALISE KING

NOON – 2 P.M.

Voted Female Artist of The Year by The Detroit Black Music Awards.

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 August 26 2016 –  5:30 PM
CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

THE STRANGE

part of 4TH FRIDAYS

August 26 2016 –  6:30 PM
CAPITOL PARK

THE FRIDAY RIDE


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August 26 2016 –  7:00 PM
CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

NIK WEST

Top female bassist and vocalist Nik West. Funk, Rock, Soul.

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August 26 2016 –  9:00 PM
CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

GEORGE CLINTON & THE PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC
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August 27 2016 –  12:00 PM

CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

GRAND VALLEY CHARTER GALLERY

12-7 P.M.

The GVSU chARTer Gallery will feature about 500 pieces of art specifically created by students who attend a Grand Valley State University charter school.
The students displaying their work will represent 9 different charter schools located in metro Detroit.
Representing a wide range of grade levels, spanning from kindergarten to high school Their submissions will showcase a variety of mediums and artistic styles.

The GVSU Detroit Center serves as a hub designed to house teachers and students looking to meet, work, and learn outside of their school.

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 August 27 2016 –  12:00 PM

CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

MICHIGAN SCIENCE CENTER ACTIVITY

Exciting activities to get you in the mood the festivities of the Michigan Philharmonic Orchestra’s presentation of “Sci-Phonic” and
Faygo Movies in the ‘D’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”.
Try your hand at one or both of these activities… Free and fun for all ages.

·         Alka Seltzer Rockets – create unique wings, nosecones and bodies for your rockets powered by a simple chemical reaction.

·         Gravity Well – Experiment with gravity and learn how objects orbit one another within our solar system.

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August 27 2016 –  1:00 PM
CAMPUS MARTIUS MAIN STAGE

MAMMOTH FOLLIES

Presented by Hudson Vagabond Puppets
Stage Show, 1 p.m.An old-fashioned revue of original songs, witty jokes, and earth-smashing dances performed by giant dinosaur puppets.
Program dramatizes historic and scientific facts (as well as some myths) about the great age of the dinosaur.
Enormous puppets populate the stage, including your host Willie Mammoth, Smiley the Saber-Toothed Tiger, Bessie the lovable 27-foot long Apatosaurus, Tony and Trixie Triceratops, Terry the Pterodactyl, and the 11-foot tall T. Rex in a musical trip through pre-history.
Model Magic Dino Sculptures  –
Make & Take Session, 2 p.m.

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August 27 2016 –  7:00 PM
CAMPUS MARTIUS PARK

STAR WARS SPECTACULAR

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 7 P.M.
During Detroit SummerFest, don’t miss the Michigan Philpharmonic performing Sci-Phonic, supported by WRCJ 90.9 FM.
Stick around for the 8 p.m. showing of STAR WARS: The Force Awakens.

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August 27 2016 –  9:00 PM
CAPITOL PARK

THE INFATUATIONS

9-11 P.MThe Infatuations are simply… Detroit.
This band is a genre-bending mash-up of Funk, Soul and Detroit Rock & Roll with the well-crafted-pop-soul of Motown, to the sheer in-your-face bravado of
Parliament Funkadelic, to the raw untamed energy of Detroit Rock & Roll.
The Infatuations live performance has been described as electric, energetic, and euphoric. Leadsinger Kendrick Hardaway,
guitarist Christian Draheim,
bassist The Wolf,
guitarist Nick Behnan and
drummer Robert Myers
draw more and more fans into their #InfatuNation during every set. “Consistently fun and always drawing new fans” according to concert promoters, “they keep the ladies dancing and the fellas drinking”.
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August 28 2016 –  11:00 AM
CAPITAL PARK

PAINTING WITH A TWIST

11 A.M. – 3 P.M.

Painting with a Twist – Detroit/Downtown studio will be onsite with a painting demonstration by one of their very own local artist.
Participants may also partake in a 10-15 minute painting session with the artist.
This is your chance to see what PWAT has to offer.
In addition, to painting you will have the opportunity to win paintings being raffled off by Painting with a Twist.


part of SUNDAY BRUNCH

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August 28 2016 –  11:00 AM
CAPITOL PARK

KENNY WATSON

11 A.M.

Kenny Watson is a Motor City native, carved out of musical excellence and is equipped with the message of Love
With the vocal versatility that spans across the genres of R&B, Jazz, Alternative, Classical and Hip-Hop, Kenny Watson comfortably and confidently offers a unique musical experience.

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August 28 2016 –  1:00 PM
CAPITOL PARK

THE REDWOODS

1 P.M.

The Redwoods are an alternative rock band based in Detroit, MI.
All members are comprised of students/friends of the Detroit Institute of Music Education. As aspiring professional musicians, The Redwoods push boundaries musically and incorporate a large number of styles into their songwriting.

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Ypsilanti
Heritage
Festival


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Inaugural
Fiesta Del Rio Event  

WEST RIVERFRONT PARK

DETROIT, MI 1801 W. Jefferson , Detroit, , MI                                                                (map)

       Inaugural Fiesta Del Rio Event  –    

  •  Detroit’s West Riverfront Park –

    Fiesta del Rio    presented by the :

    Ideal Group,
    Detroit Riverfront Conservancy
    Venegas Family,
    Southwest Detroit Business Association
    Hacienda Mexican Foods in Detroit.
    comes to the West Riverfront Park on
    Saturday, August 27th from 11am – 10pm.
    The event will showcase the culture of southwest Detroit through :
    unique entertainment,
    activities,
    car show,
    ethnic food.
    – Six local musical acts and dance troupes will provide entertainment at the festival’s main stage,

    followed by an evening performance by Grammy Award-winning band 

    Ozomatli.

 

A separate stage dedicated to children and youth programming will feature ;
puppets,
breakdancing,
ballet,
traditional folk dance troupes.
Ten food vendors from the southwest Detroit community will provide Mexican, Dominican, and Venezuelan-inspired selections for purchase at the festival’s “Taste of Southwest Detroit” food court.

Local painters, ceramicists, sculptors, and visual artists will also be participating in the event and displaying their work.

Featuring :
live music including national headliner Ozomatli ,
Low Rider Car Show,
Taste of Southwest Detroit Food Court,
artisians, family entertainment and more.

Grammy Award-winning band Ozomatli will perform at the festival.

COURTESY: FIESTA DEL RIO DETROIT

General Motors  will be a sponsor of a hands-on robotics arena for children.

The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission is $5
on-site parking is $5.

Orchesta  La  Inspiracion   –  ? 5:30 ?

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– Dance – Salsa – Workshop -05-28-2016

– – Dance – Salsa – Workshop – YA Salsa – – – – Saturday – 2016 – 05 – 28 –

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– Workshop – YASalsa – Ernesto – Denisse –

May 28 2016 – YA Salsa Workshop Weekend

YA SALSA brings you our guest champion performers and instructors,
ERNESTO (New York) and DENISSE (Miami)

Workshop Schedule:

12:00 pm YA Salsa 101/Warm-Up
1:00 pm NY/Cuban Fusion
2:00 pm NY Mambo Shine-Partnerwork
3:00 pm Break
3:30 pm NY Lead-Follow

Master Workshops are $15 each or $40 for all workshops!

For more info please call 248-470-0849 or 248-521-2305

*To arrange for privates with the pros please
email yasalsadetroit@gmail.com
call Dimas at 734-377-8033

from –

http://midwestmusicanddance.blogspot.com/2016/05/dance-salsa-workshop-dinner-social-ya.html

 

 

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– Music – MI-SE – 2016-05-


 – Music-Jazz-Blues-Latin – SE MI – Detroit-Ann Arbor –  –  May – 2016 –

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- Siers - Bennett  - Weed - Dirty Dog
– Siers – Bennett – Weed – – Dirty Dog –

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 – – – Music – Jazz, Blues, Swing,  …  –  –  –  – May ++ 2016  –

5-03, Tuesday,   7 p.m.,
Dave Bennett –  fundraiser for Waterford Kettering HS Music Program,
Waterford Kettering Performing Arts Center,

2800 Kettering Drive, Waterford, 48327.
Tickets $10, www.waterfordpac.com

5-03, Tuesday,   Every  at 5:00 p.m.,
5 O’Clock Rush Concert Series
Metropolitan United Methodist Church
.
8000 Woodward Ave.,

  • 5-03 – Alan Day and Stefan K
  • 5-10 – Vocalist Tony Camilletti with pianist Harvey Reed
  • 5-17 – Vocalist Brad McNett with pianist Scott Gwinnell
  • 5-24 – Vocalist Sandra Bomar with pianist Harvey Reed
  • 6-07 – Alan Day and Stefan K
  • 6-14 – Vocalist Ramona Collins with pianist Josh Silver
  • 6-21 – summer Solstice Jazz concert featuring the Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra,
    7-8:30 p.m. (guest vocalists TBA)
  • 6-28 – Vocalist Kate Patterson with pianist Bill Meyer

5-03, Tuesday,   5:30 p.m.
Paul Klinger’s Easy Street Jazz Band
Paul Klinger,
James Dapogny on piano,
Paul Keller,
Mike Jones on clarinet,
Rod McDonald, Guitar
Terry Kimura. trombone.
Dixieland and Traditional Jazz
$10 entertainment charge. :
Zal Gaz Grotto
j
azz from the 1920s and 30s.
2070 W. Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor.

5-03, Tuesday, 6-9 p.m.
Pianist Charles Boles,
guitarist Ron English,
bassist John Dana
Renell Gonzalez
no cover!
Dirty Dog Jazz Café.
97 Kercheval,
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236,
(313) 882-5299.

5-03, Tuesday. 8 p.m.
Dennis Coffey
Motown, Jazz and Blues
Pat Smillie – 1st Tuesday,
Theo Spight, Detroit Lions’ vocalist – 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Lady Champagne 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Northern Lights Lounge
660 W. Baltimore, Detroit.
313-873-1739.
Great jazz, great food, no cover, and free lighted parking.

5-03, Tuesday,    8-11 p.m.
Michele Ramo
Jenuine Cigar Lounge,

44791 Schoenherr Road.
Call Jenuwine at 586/ 997-1731.
www.ramomusic.com

5-03, Tuesday,    7-10 p.m.,
Pianist Pat Cronley
drummer John Hill
bass player Jack McDonald
swinging’ Special guest sit-ins.
Soggy Bottom
613 Martin Luther King Ave.
N of downtown Flint.

5-03, Tuesday, 8-11PM.
jam session – full set of jazz, then open to sit-ins.
New Way Bar
,
23130 Woodward Ave,
Ferndale, MI 48220
No cover charge.

5-04, Wednesday,
Dirty Dog Jazz Café.
97 Kercheval,
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI 48236,
(313) 882-5299.
Usually no cover charge for Wednesday and Thursday jazz shows!
Please visit their web site for more details about the artists and pricing.

  • 5-04 through 5-07 – Michael Zaporski on piano
  • 5-11 through 5-14 – Randy Napoleon on guitar
  • 5-18 through 5-19 – trumpeter Roy Hargrove & the Detroit Jazz Festival All-Star Trio
  • 5-25 through 5-26 – Anthony Stanco on trumpet
  • 5-27 through 5-28 – Tia Fuller
  • 6-02 through 6-04 – Dennis Coffey on guitar
  • 6-08 through 6-11 – Drummer Pete Siers featuring Dave Bennett

5-04, Tuesday,    4- p.m.,
Paul Keller and Bob Mervak
piano/bass duo jazz
Gentleman’s Consignment clothing store
,
625 S. Washington,
amazing clothing and jazz. Free refreshments.

5-04, Wednesday (every),    9:30-12:30 p.m.,
The Lotus Jam,
weekly jam session
James Hughes and Jimmy Smith.
Different rhythm sections weekly,
jam session after the 1st set,
Black Lotus Brewing Company,
1 E. 14 Mile Rd., Clawson, 48017.
www.blacklotusbrewery.com

5-04, Wednesday (first of each month),    6:30-9:30 p.m.,
Ron Kischuk’s Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band
Grand Hotel (TV’s Grand Event) in Trenton.
2651 W. Jefferson Avenue, Trenton, MI 48183,
734-671-5676,
http://www.tvsgrandevent.com/homer
eservations recommended. $5 cover, food and drink specials.

5-04, Wednesday,    8 p.m.,
The Hot Club of Detroit
Evin Perri on guitar,
Julian Labro on accordion,
Ivan Pena on rhythm guitar
Jordan Schug on bass.
Kerrytown Concert House,
415 North Fourth Avenue,
Ann Arbor, 48104,
734-769-2999, kerrytown concert house.com.

5-04, Wednesday    6:30-9:30 p.m.  
(
first of every month, next month changes to THURSDAY!),
The West Side Ramblers
Morgan Humecky on vocals, lead guitar and banjo;
Sherry Humecky on the hammered dulcimer;
Brian Newsom on chord melody/rhythm banjo;
Kim Dominick on electric bass;
Bob Ervin, rhythm guitar and vocals.
older music of the 1900s or earlier -Dixieland, Big Band, Folk, Country western and more.
Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge 325
41700 Ann Arbor Rd., Plymouth MI.
734-453-1780
www.plymouthannarborelks325.com
email
jazzattheelks@gmail.com.

5-04, every Wednesday,    8-11 p.m.,
Ragtime Rick and the Chefs of Dixieland
The Sodbuster
Haymarket Square,
5758 N. Main Street
Sylvania, Ohio,
419-517-1045,
www.sodbusterbar.com
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5-05, Thursday (except the second) – 7-9:30 p.m.
Jerry McKenzie’s Just Jazz
Ray Tini on bass with special guests each week
Nikola’s

Telegraph just north of 10 Mile Rd., west side of the street.
2nd Thursday: Don Swindell Band.

  • 5-05 – Jim Cooper on vibes
  • 5-12 – Don Swindell Band
  • 5-19 – Sandra Bomar on vocals.
  • 5-29 – Paul Vornhagen on flute/saxophone/vocals

(( 5-05, 5-19, 2nd and 4th Thursday. Temporarily until hockey playoffs are over: ))

5-05:     7-10 p.m.,
Bootlegger’s Pig & Whiskey,
15412 Mack Avenue.
new bar owned by Jai-Lee Dearing,,
5-05, Thursday:
O’Malley’s Bar and Grill,
15231 Farmington, x 5 Mile
Livonia,
734-427-7775,
http://omalleyslivonia.com.

5-05, Thursday,      8:30 p.m
pianist Bill Meyer,
Ralphe Armstrong on bass
Gayelynn McKinney on drums.
No cover for the best live jam
2738 Russell in the Detroit Eastern Market.

5-05, First Thursday of each month,      7:30-10:30 p.m.,
Gabby Rosolino on flugelhorn and vocals,
Jerry Neeley on keyboard/vocals,
Tom Ploeger on sax,
Dennis DeCello on drums,
Ron Rosolino on bass and vocals
Sports Channel Bar,
25419 Jefferson Avenue, north of 10 Mile Rd., next to Harbor Lanes,
St. Clair Shores.
586-771-2333.
Sit-ins welcome! .

5-05, Thursday, 1st only,    7-10 p.m.
Gary Greenfelder Orchestra (GGO)
Club 54

Van Dyke Road just north of 16 Mile Road on the east side of the street (in the Sterling Plaza)!
586-795-0054.
$5 cover, not much for a 19-piece band!

5-05, Thursday,      6-9 PM
Paul Keller,
Sarah D’Angelo
Duncan McMillan
London Chop House,
155 E/W.?  Congress
downtown Detroit.

5-05, Thursday,      8-11 p.m.,
Michele Ramo on 8-string guitar.
Jenuwine Cigar Factory Outlets
, #
44791 Schoenherr Rd.,
Sterling Heights,
586-997-1731.
www.ramomusic.com

5-05 every Thursday,    7-10 p.m.
Fred Scott on solo piano and vocals,
La Dolce Vita,

17546 Woodward Avenue,
Detroit,
313-865-0331.

5-05, every Thursday,     5:30-8:30 p.m.
Dan David Trio
Detroit Seafood Market

435 Randolph St., Detroit.
313-962-4180
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5-06, Friday, 5:01 (( last of the Spring season ))
Linda Yohn, 89 1 WEMU Music Director:
Los Gatos.
Rush Street Nightclub,
314 South Main Street
Ann Arbor
www.wemu.org
734-487-2229.

5-06, Friday,      7-10 p.m.
The Rich Michaels Trio
Rich on drums,
Ray Tini on bass
Chuck Shermetaro, featuring special guests every week,
Joe’s Top Dog Restaurant and Bar,
13342 Michigan Avenue,
Dearborn, 48126 (1 block East of Scheafer).
313-846-0888.
Parking in back, and they have great food!
www.RichMichaelsTrio.com

  • 5-6 – Chris Collins on saxophone, Tad Weed on piano
  • 5-13 – Meri Slaven on vocals
  • 5-20 – Johnny Trudell on trumpet
  • 5-27 – Closed for Memorial Day Weekend

5-06 and 5-07, Friday and Saturday,      7-10:30 p.m.,
trumpeter Jimmy Smith, Jazz Series
Onyx,
208 W. Fifth Street,
Royal Oak,
no cover,
www.jimmysmithmusic.net

5-06, Friday – Paul Keller and Friends perform great jazz from 7 till 10:30 PM at Onyx, 208 W. Fifth. Joining Paul will be Beth Stalker, vibraphonist Jim Cooper (from Chicago via Saugatuck), and saxophonist Steve Wood. Great food and drinks at Onyx.

5-06, Friday, Vocalist Kathy Kosins accompanied by Cliff Monear on piano at Maria’s in West Bloomfield, 7-9:30 p.m.

5-06, every Friday,      7-10:30 p.m.,
pianist Pat Cronley – vocalist Joanne Roach
Prime 29 Steakhouse,
6545 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield,
248- 737-7463.

5-06 and 5-07, Friday and Saturday,      6-9 p.m.,
Fred Scott on piano and vocals
Little Daddy’s
,
27250 Eureka Road,
Taylor, 48180,
734-287-8600,
www.littledaddys.com
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5-07, Saturday,      1-3:30 p.m.
The Greater Detroit Jazz Society
Jazz at Shield’s
TNT Big Band – Tony DiMaria and Ted Smith.
Featured vocalist – Renee King Jackson.
Shield’s of Southfield,
$10 entertainment charge.
5-07,   6-9 p.m.
Jazz at the Maple – Dave Lundin Jazz Duo,
Dave Lundin on piano
Keith Malinowski on bass.
Maple Theater Cafe,
Corner Maple and Telegraph.

5-07, Saturday,      7-10pm,
Vocalist Meri Slaven
Pianist Kevin Grenier,
Osteria 222
22266 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn
313-792-7500.
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5-08, Sunday,      2 p.m.,
Kind of Blue Revisited
Ellen Rose on piano,
Paul Keller on bass,
Pete Siers on drums,
Paul Finkbeiner on trumpet
Stephen Grady on saxophone.
Kerrytown Concert House,
734-769-2999.
415 North Fourth Avenue,
Ann Arbor, 48104,
www.kerrytownconcerthouse.com

 

5-08, every Sunday, 12 noon to 2 p.m.
vocalist Sheila Landis and 7-string guitarist Rick Matle
jazz, blues and R&B   –  Sunday, Brunch
Beans and Cornbread Soulful Bistro

29508 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield,
Reservations suggested. 248-208-1680.
www.beanscornbread.com.

5-08, Sunday, (every)     Brunch, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Gene Parker
Perrysburg Holiday Inn
(exit 193 off 75 south)
Ohio

5-08, Sunday (every), 10 a.m. brunch,
Trumpeter Ingrid Racine Quartet
Gandy Dancer,
401 Depot Street
Ann Arbor
734-769-0592, . Call to make sure she’s playing that day.

5-08, Sunday,
Phil Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings,
Zal Gaz Grotto.

2070 Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor, between Liberty and Pauline – across from Ann Arbor west side Post Office. Entertainment charge $10,
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5-09, Monday,      7-10 p.m.
Paul Keller Orchestra
Zal Gaz Grotto
,
2070 W. Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor.
$10 entertainment charge
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5-10, Tuesday,      7-10 p.m..
Blues @ The Elks features
Kathleen Murray Band.
Kathleen Murray on vocals,
Bob Bowman on drums,
Mike Ferencz on guitar,
Craig Scott on bass and
Evan Mercer on keys.
 www.kathleenmurrayband.com.
Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge 325
41700 Ann Arbor Rd.,
Plymouth, Mi. 48170    (1/2 mile W. of I-275)
734-453-1780 for info.,
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5-11, Wednesday,      6:30-9:30 p.m.,
The Rec Bowl
in downtown Mt. Clemens kicks off it’s summer series,
Jazzin’ with Some Barbecue –
The Millionaires
with vocalists Camille Price and Dan Devins,
jazz bands and dancing – Sponsored by the Greater Detroit Jazz Society.
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5-12, Thursday,      7:30 p.m..
The Brian Delaney Quartet
Ypsilanti Community Choir Spring Concert
Towsley Auditorium
Washtenaw Community Campus,
:
http://www.ypsicommchoir.org/calendar.php

5-12, Thursday (every other)      8-10 p.m.,
Rob Crozier Duo
VinBar
Ann Arbor
,
111 W. Liberty St.,
Ann Arbor, 48104.
no cover.
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5-14, Saturday,      Doors open at 7 p.m., shows start at 8 p.m.,
Kittens & Crooners,
Elegant evenings featuring metro-Detroit’s top jazz vocalists,
wine samplings, tasty bites and local Art House artists
Northville’s Tipping Pointe Theatre,
361 E. Cady Street,
Northville.
May 14: Paul King / July 9 Beth Stalker.
Pre-sale tickets: 586-484-8797,
www.2Stones ;Events.com, Presented by Financial Architects, Inc.
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5-15, Sunday, 4 p.m.,
Randy Napoleon Trio Album Release
Randy Napoleon on guitar,
Rodney Whitaker on bass
Keith Hall on drums.
Kerrytown Concert House,
415 North Fourth Avenue,
Ann Arbor, 48104,
734-769-2999. www.kerrytownconcerthouse.com
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5-18, Wednesday,      6:30-9:30 p.m.,
The Rec Bowl
Dave Bennett Quartet. – Dave’s birthday
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5-19, Third Thursday,       7-10 p.m.
The Riverboat Ramblers
Bob Ervin,
Brian Newsom
Pat MacCarroll
Commonwealth Club,
30088 Dequindre Road,
Warren, MI 48092-1811,
586-751-9560.

5-19, Third Thursday,   . 5-7:30 p.m
Pat Cronley and Friends
White Horse
.
621 West Court St.,
Flint,
810-234-3811.
part of Flint Jazz Walk.

5-19, Third Friday,     9 p.m. to midnight. 
Dennis Coffey Quartet
Motor City Wine

1949 Michigan Avenue
Corktown, telephone
313-483-7283.
www.MotorCityWine.com
5-19, Thursday,      7-9:30 p.m.
“Anything Goes” sing-along at the Dakota Inn with Kerry Price,
John R just north of McNichols (6 Mile)
Detroit.
Good German food and drink, lighted and guarded parking lot, reservations recommended, 313-856-9722.
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5-20, Friday,      2:15-3:15 p.m.,
Metro Jazz Voices
All Seasons of West Bloomfield
,
5600 Drake,
West Bloomfield,
248-841-8001.
Free and open to the public.

5-20, Friday,     9-10 p.m.,
The Rochester Symphony Orchestra
vocalist Edye Evans Hyde and The Terry Lower Quartet
play “American Treasures.” 8 p.m.,
featuring their 2016 Young Artist Award Winner pianist Greg Hartmann,
playing ‘Rhapsody in Blue.’,
 248-651-4181.
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Rochester.

5-20, Friday,   12:30 p.m.
Vocalist/pianist Kerry Price presents “Sentimental Journey”
the music of post-World War II.
Programs with sing-along
Mahany-Meininger Senior Center,
3500 Marais in Royal Oak,
near ROHS, $2 at the door.

5-20, Friday, 8 p.m.,
From Ragtime to Rock N’ Roll
Jon Milan on piano,
Kerry Price on piano and vocals,
Matthew Ball (“The Boogie Woogie Kid”) on piano
Dave Bennett, piano and vocals.
Kerrytown Concert House,
415 North Fourth Avenue,
Ann Arbor, 48104,
734-769-2999. www.kerrytownconcerthouse.com

5-20, Friday,      7-10:30p.m.,
Vocalist Meri Slaven
pianist Scott Gwinnell,
Miles Brown on bass,
Bill Higgins on drums a
Carl Cafagna on sax/flute,
The Onyx
208 West 5th St.,
Royal Oak,
248-543-6911.

5-20, Friday,
Planet D Nonet at Bootleggers
,
Grosse Pointe Park
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5-22, Sunday, 6-8 pm
The Brian Delaney Quartet
Chelsea Alehouse Brewery,
420 N. Main Street,
Chelsea, MI.
In support of recent CD release “Let’s Get Acquainted.”
No cover charge, Good food & drink.

5-22, Sunday,
Attic Dwellers Acoustic Jam Session
P.L.A.V. Post #6,
9545 McDougall
Hamtramck, (Joseph Campau to Eveline),
313-874-5322
Free and open to all levels of acoustic players and listeners. atticdwellersdetroit@gmail.com, .

5-22, Sunday,
“CHEEK to CHEEK”
Sandra Bomar and Tony Camilletti on vocals,
Harvey Reed on piano,
John Dana on bass,
Eric Lundquist on sax and winds
Miguel Gutierrez on drums.
Baker’s Keyboard Lounge,
20510 Livernois Ave.,
Detroit;
$5 cover.
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5-26, , Thursday      (every 4th Thursday), ( 6-23 )  7-10 p.m.,
The Metro Detroit Jazz Orchestra,
“Live at the Blue Goose Inn” featuring vocalist Gary Sacco,
28911 Jefferson Ave.,
St. Clair Shores, 48081,
586-296-0950.
 Hear and download free tracks of the band here:
http://metrodetroitjazzorchestra.com/music
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5-29, Sunday,      2:30 p.m
The Speakeasy Quartet – “Jazz a la French Flair” – a cabaret-style concert.
.,
re-visits the Parisian Salon theme from a couple years ago with favorites and new tunes making a “French Connection.” Music of
Edith Piaf,
Maurice Chevalier,
Sydney Bechet,
The Hot Club of France etc.

Ray Manzerolle, re-joins the SEQ!
Mike Karoub, cello;
Hugh Leal, guitar;
Mike Karloff, piano
Place Concorde,
7515 Forest Glade Dr.
Windsor (10 min. from bridge or tunnel via E.C. Row expressway)
Wine and full bar and snacks available in a cabaret style concert in the banquet room
Tickets on sale from Place Concorde or by phone order at 519 948-5545.
Advance $20, at the door $25.

5-29, Sunday,      4-7 p.m
Planet D Nonet
Blue Goose Inn,.,
no cover, donations accepted ,
http://rjspangler.com/pd9.php
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5-31, Tuesday,      7 p.m.
Elaine Greenberg’s fabulous cancer fundraiser “Jazzalot”,
Temple Israel in West Bloomfield,
Dave Bennett,
George Benson on sax,
The Cliff Monear Trio
Sean Dobbins – Drums
Nick Calandro – bass)
the talented young people of The Southeastern Music Academy Jazz Ensemble
Tickets $30 tax-deductible.
For ticket info or to charge your tickets, call 248-702-5938.
You can also send a check, payable to “Living for Music, Inc.’
along with self-addressed envelope to:
Living For Music, inc., P.O. Box 7023, Huntington Woods, MI 48070.

 

5-31, Tuesday,
Jazz @ The Elks
RJ Spangler’s Planet D Nonet 9 piece Jazz/Swing Band.
Enjoy listening to and dancing to
RJ Spangler on Drums,
Justin Jozwiak on Reeds,
Jim Holden on Brass,
Goode Wyche III on Tenor Sax,
James O’Donnell on Trumpet and Vocals,
Ken Ferry on Trumpet and Flugelhorn,
T-Bone Paxton on Trombone and Vocals,
Mike Zaporski on Keys,
Shannon Wade on Bass.
See their website at www.rjspangler.com/pd9.php.
$10 donation,
Plymouth-Ann Arbor Elks #325,
41700 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth, 48170.
734-453-1780,
www.PlymouthAnnArborElks325.com.
http://rjspangler.com/pd9.php
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6-3, Friday,      8 p.m.,
TNT Big Band
vocalist Charlie Dental
Cadieux Cafe
,
www.CadieuxCafe.com
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6-4, Saturday,      7-10pm,

Vocalist Meri Slaven
Pianist Kevin Grenier,
Osteria 222
22266 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn
313-792-7500.

6-4, Saturday, Planet D Nonet, North Oakland Homeless Benefit, (sold out).
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6-5, Sunday,
The Jazz Cycle
Mt. Clemens Art Fair.
Performances
start at 11:30 a.m. Come hear a variety of Jazz from your Classic Standards, to Jazz Funk, Fusion, Latin and Ballads. Location of performance is in front of the Anton Art Center, 125 Macomb Place Drive.
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By Permission – Reprinted from – https://midwestmusicmafia.wordpress.com/

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– Music – Bands – Shows – Asheville, NC – 2016.03.-24-30 –

THU, MARCH 24 – AMERICANA / ROCK

DAVID MAYFIELD PARADE

THE DAVID MAYFIELD PARADE

w/ Ian Thomas and Band of Drifters
8pm at The Grey Eagle
$12 adv / $15 DOS
“From days playing in his family’s band to playing alongside popular groups like the Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons, the charismatic and eccentric Mayfield finds musical nourishment in each opportunity that comes his way.” – American Songwriter

THU, MAR 24 – GOSPEL

TAMMY EDWARDS AND THE EDWARDS SISTERS

TAMMY EDWARDS AND THE EDWARDS SISTERS

10pm at The Double Crown $10
Tammy Edwards and the Edwards Sisters are from Greenville, NC. In the early 1970s, as little tots, God anointed them to sing his praises. Their father, James, a guitarist and member of the gospel group The Rock Island Singers, often carried the girls and their cousin Wanda with him on programs and let them perform during the offering time. Their mother Diana was always, and is still now, there to coach them along.

THU, MARCH 24 – INDIE

GOLD LIGHT

GOLD LIGHT (ALBUM RELEASE!)

w/ Grace Joyner & Dear Blanca
9:30pm at The Mothlight, $5
Gold Light is the new name for the ongoing music of Joe Chang. Probably best known as a sideman playing guitar for indie folk act Kovacs and the Polar Bear, Joe has been writing, recording, playing, and mostly un-releasing his music for the past decade.

THU, MAR 24 – ROOTS SONGWRITER

ANDY FERRELL

ANDY FERRELL CD RELEASE PARTY

w/ Jackson Emmer
7pm at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall $10
The new album from North Carolina roots songwriter Andy Ferrell, “At Home and In Nashville”, is aptly named, for it points to a long lineage of artists traveling between their homes in rural Appalachia and the neon lights of country music’s capitol, Nashville, Tennessee.

THU, MARCH 24 – FOLK ROCK

CHAMOMILE -  WHISKEY

CHAMOMILE & WHISKEY

10pm at The One Stop 21+, Free
Chamomile and Whiskey formed in the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia in the late winter of 2011. With infectious and ever-changing live performance, the band has devoleped a reputation for engaging shows full of rowdy dancing and incredible collaborations.

THUR, MAR 24 – FOLK POP

BAND OF LOVERS

BAND OF LOVERS

6-8pm at French Broad Brewery
Now in their third year living and performing on the road, Band of Lovers are modern day troubadours. With a folk heart and full of harmonies, they’ve been compared to Belle and Sebastian and called “the orchestral love child of Brian Wilson and Laura Nyro.”

FRI, MAR 25 – IRISH

DERVISH

DERVISH

8pm at Diana Wortham Theatre
$32 / Student $27 / Child $20
Performances are a myriad of tones and moods ranging from high energy tunes played with fluidity and intuitiveness, to beautifully measured songs, to charming lyrics of life and love, to inspiring melodies, all drawn together by lead vocalist Cathy Jordan’s masterful stage presence.

FRI, MARCH 25 – INDIE

MOUNT MORIAH

MOUNT MORIAH

w/ Elephant Micah
9:30pm at The Mothlight, $10
Mount Moriah’s third full-length sees them stretching further to explore their collective interest in the intangible fringes of fate and synchronicity, presenting new themes of symbolism, mysticism, alchemy, universality, sacred geometry. There is color, confidence, self-direction, joy. There is also darkness, but only to show you how it found its light.

FRI, MAR 25 – NEWGRASS / AMERICANA

LARRY KEEL EXPERIENCE

LARRY KEEL EXPERIENCE CD RELEASE SHOW

w/ Steve “Big Daddy” McMurry
9pm at Asheville Music Hall
21+, $12 adv / $17 DOS
Larry Keel has absorbed the best lessons from his Country and Bluegrass family upbringing, both sides deeply steeped in the rich mountain music culture and heritage of Southwest Virginia. From there, he has always integrated that disciplined musical grounding and natural-born talent with his own incomparable approach to playing the guitar and composing original music.

FRI, MARCH 25 – FUNK / JAZZ / ETC

NEW ORLEANS SUSPECTS

NEW ORLEANS SUSPECTS

w/ The Captain Midnight Band

9pm at The Grey Eagle
$12 adv / $15 DOS
The New Orleans Suspects formed in summer of 2011 in the wake of the breakup of The Radiators after 34 years. The band comprises some of the best, most highly respected players in New Orleans. The band combines original songs in the New Orleans style with hits and obscurities from the Allen Toussaint and Dr. John songbooks, as well as performing favorites from Radiators, Nevilles and Dirty Dozen repertoire.

FRI, MAR 25 – BLUEGRASS / OLDTIME

THE SWEET LILLIES

THE SWEET LILLIES

7pm at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall $10
The Sweet Lillies offer original songs, powerful harmonies and beautiful string band instrumentation, with virtuosic banjo pickin’, melodic fiddle playing, solid rhythm guitar and wildly energetic upright bass.

FRI, MAR 25 – INDIE ROCK

CAMP DAVID

CAMP DAVID

SINGLE RELEASE

w/ Doc Aquatic  & Fashion Bath

8pm at The Orange Peel Free
A great opportunity to hear three Asheville indie bands as Camp David celebrates the release of their single “The Poison.”

FRI, MAR 25 – NEWGRASS / FOLK / ETC

UNDER THE WILLOW

UNDER THE WILLOW

8pm at Jack of the Wood
$5
Helping to revive the love of folk and grass music in the hearts of a new generation, Under The Willow is an original four piece band rooted in but not limited to traditional bluegrass instrumentation. Using socially conscious and thought provoking lyrics the band forges imaginatively original arrangements blending the sounds of Folk, Bluegrass, Newgrass, Jam Band, Rock, Reggae, Americana, with a twist of soul.

FRI, MAR 25 – TRIBUTE / JAZZ

FLOOD: ELECTRIC HERBIE HANCOCK TRIBUTE

FLOOD: ELECTRIC HERBIE HANCOCK TRIBUTE

9pm at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall $10 / $7 students w/ ID
The group is a veritable super-group of WNC musicians, featuring Brian Felix (keyboards), Mike Barnes (guitar), Jacob Rodriguez (saxophone), Ben Bjorlie (electric bass), Phill Bronson (drums) and Jason DeCristafaro (percussion). The group will perform selections from Headhunters (1973), Thrust (1974), Manchild (1975) and others. This will be an all-out electric jazz-funk fest!

SAT, MAR 26 – ZYDECO / CAJUN

JEFFERY BROUSSARD AND THE CREOLE COWBOYS

JEFFERY BROUSSARD AND THE CREOLE COWBOYS

9pm at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall $15 adv / $18 DOS
Jeffery Broussard is one of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in modern Zydeco music and continues to be one of the genre’s most dynamic performers. Free Dance Instruction 8pm by Asheville’s Zydeco Queen, Deborah Swanson. Join us for a Zydeco Dance Party!

SAT, MAR 26 – TRIBUTE

ABBEY ROAD LIVE

ABBEY ROAD LIVE!

Matinee 4pm ($12 adult / $8 kids) and 8pm show ($16 adv / $19 DOS) at The Orange Peel
America’s finest Beatles tribute act, the band specializes in complete, start-to-finish album performances of masterpieces such as “Abbey Road”, “Magical Mystery Tour”, “Rubber Soul”, “Revolver” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band”. For the Saturday matinee show, expect fun classics such as “Octopus’ Garden”, “Yellow Submarine”, and “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”. Does your child have a a favorite Beatles tune? Abbey Road LIVE! loves to take requests, and has often been known to invite kids on stage to sing along.

SAT, MAR 26 – SINGER-SONGWRITER

BASIA BULAT

BASIA BULAT

+ PENNY & SPARROW

w/ Twin Limb
8pm at The Grey Eagle
$15 adv / $18 DOS
Basia Bulat has become one of Canada’s most conspicuous talents. Since releasing her debut in 2007, Bulat has shared a stage with artists including Arcade Fire, The National, Nick Cave, Daniel Lanois, St Vincent, Sufjan Stevens, Beirut, Destroyer, Tune-Yards, The Tallest Man On Earth, and Andrew Bird.

SAT, MAR 26 – SINGER-SONGWRITER

MIKE FARRIS

MIKE FARRIS

8pm at The Altamont Theatre
$22 adv / $25 DOS / $35 VIP
Whether rearranging songs of centuries past or infusing new lyrical life to half-songs, it becomes clear that Mike Farris’ vocal gift is simply the surface of a very deep well.

SAT, MAR 26 – ALT COUNTRY / ROCK

SUPERSUCKERS

SUPERSUCKERS

w/ Jesse Dayton
9:30pm at The Mothlight, $15
The brand new album, “Holdin’ the Bag”, offers a compelling blend of brawny badassery and sensitive songcraft on such memorable originals as the high-lonesome title track, which kicks the album off on a deceptively spooky note. You also get the rousingly twangy anthems “High and Outside,” “Man on a Mission” and “Jibber-Jabber.” Then the album closes on a thoughtful note, with an update of the Hank Williams Jr. standard “All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down),” with updated lyrics that refer to such Supersuckers contemporaries as Steve Earle and Lemmy Kilminster of Motorhead.

SAT, MAR 26 – JAM / EXPERIMENTAL

COL. BRUCE HAMPTON And THE MADRID EXPRESS

COL. BRUCE HAMPTON & THE MADRID EXPRESS

9pm at Asheville Music Hall
21+, $7adv / $10 DOS
Col. Bruce Hampton has been making music since he formed his first band in 1963, leaving a trail of memorable live performances with his many bands, including The Late Bronze Age and Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit.

SAT, MAR 26 – ECLECTIC ACOUSTIC

AKIRA SATAKE

AKIRA SATAKE  & DUNCAN WICKEL

8pm at White Horse Black Mountain $18 adv / $20 DOS
Composer and banjo and shamisen (Japanese banjo) player Akira Satake is an inventive performer stretching pre-conceptions about the banjo. Multi-genre violinist Duncan Wickel is one of the rising stars in jazz fiddle and celtic fiddle. This power duo joins forces for an evening of kaleidoscopic original music combining World, Jazz, Celtic and Appalachian traditions.

SAT, MAR 26 – SOUTHERN GYPSY FUNK

COME BACK ALICE

COME BACK ALICE

7-9pm at Highland Brewing
Free
Sarasota, Florida-based Come Back Alice specializes in Southern Gypsy Funk – soulful vocals, melodic guitars, gypsy violin and funky bass & drums.

SAT, MAR 26 – CELTIC / FOLK / ETC

TUATHA DEA

TUATHA DEA

w/ Carolina Ceili & The Dave Desmelik Trio

7pm at WNC Ag Center
$15 standing / $20 seated
$10 / $15 kids 17 & under
An evening of Folk, American and Celtic Music featuring Tuatha Dea, Carolina Ceili and The Dave Desmelik Trio! Portions of proceeds go to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue Asheville Area.

SAT, MAR 26 – SWING / GYPSY JAZZ

ONE LEG UP

ONE LEG UP

8:30pm at Cork & Keg
One Leg Up performs a vibrant mixture of upbeat Gypsy Jazz, Latin, Swing and original jazz compositions.

SUN, MAR 27 – PSYCHEDELIC METAL

BONGZILLA

BONGZILLA

w/ Black Cobra, Kings Destroy & Lo-Pan

9pm at The Mothlight, $15
Since the seeds were planted in the mid-’90s, Bongzilla has been sowing Madison, Wisconsin’s rich soil with homegrown, psychedelic sludge-core.

SUN, MAR 27 – ROCK / BLUES / COUNTRY

BLACKFOOT GYPSIES

BLACKFOOT GYPSIES + THE YAWPERS

w/ Dirty Soul Revival

8pm at The Grey Eagle
$10 adv / $12 DOS
Infusing the honest roots of blues and the deep secrets of real country music, The Blackfoot Gypsies create a rock ‘n’ roll pace and angst that keep your heart alive, all while pounding to a true Nashville beat.

SUN, MAR 27 – SWING / JAZZ

SPARROW And HER WINGMEN

SPARROW & HER WINGMEN

6:30-9pm at Cork & Keg
Sparrow & her Wingmen, featuring Je Weidenhouse on trumpet and Will Beasley on bass, will be playing vintage jazz tunes for your dancing and listening pleasure from 7-9. The evening will start with a FREE swing dance lesson with Sparrow and Keith from 6:30-7.

MON, MAR 28 – INDIE FOLK

RYAN FURSTENBERG

RYAN FURSTENBERG

w/ Ben Phan, Pony Kicks & Endymion is the Moon

8pm at The Odditorium $6
Ryan Furstenberg is an Asheville-based singer/songwriter with many wonderful projects over the years, including The Moon and You.

TUE, MAR 29 – WORLD / ROCK / JAM

RUSTED ROOT

RUSTED ROOT

w/ The Get Right Band

8pm at The Orange Peel
18+, $20 adv / $22 DOS
Pittsburgh-based Rusted Root is known for fusing acoustic, rock, world and other styles of music, with strong percussion that draws from African, Latin American, and Native American influences.

TUE, MAR 29 – INDIE ROCK

MR. MANGE

MR. MANGE

w/ Nomadic &  Kingdoms and Classes

9pm at The Mothlight, $5
Words like indie, rock and alternative get thrown around in modern music in too vague a fashion, but at their heart invoke the epitome of newness and originality. These terms are a much better way to describe the powerhouse of sound that Asheville-based Mr. Mange brings to the table. Founded on the basis of a swirling variety of influences, Mr. Mange brings a sound as fresh as the band itself.

TUE, MAR 29 – SLIDE GUITAR / BLUES

NOSEDIVE

NOSEDIVE

7pm at Jack of the Wood
Free (donations encouraged)
Slide guitar of 1920s and ’30s songsters frapéed with a bit of Country, Traditional, Blues, and Appalachian stylings.

WED, MAR 30 – SINGER-SONGWRITER

LAURA GIBSON

LAURA GIBSON

w/ Michael Nau

(of Cotton Jones)
8pm at The Grey Eagle
$10 adv / $12 DOS
It is impossible to miss the effects of Gibson’s fiction studies on her songs. She writes with the narrative precision and imagery of Marilynn Robinson or Rilke, circling simple truth with powerful images, never sacrificing style for clarity or vice versa.

WED, MAR 30 – JAM / ECLECTIC

TWIDDLE

TWIDDLE

10pm at New Mountain Asheville21+, $10 adv / $15 DOS
Twiddle, a Vermont-based quartet, dismantles most preconceived notions of jam band culture. Their fresh multi-genre approach conjures up rock, jazz, and bluegrass, but above all, masterfully blends reggae and funk.

WED, MAR 30 – INDIE ROCK / POP

HANK And CUPCAKES

HANK & CUPCAKES

w/ Kitty Tsunami

10pm at Tiger Mountain Free
For fans of Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, The Gossip and Ting Tings, Brooklyn’s Hank & Cupcakes are the coalescence of rock without guitars and pop without synthesizers.

 

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Salsa- YASalsa – SalsaMania – 2016.03.06 –

– SalsaMania – 

 – March 06, 2016 – 11:15 AM –

Thank you for your participation in the 2nd Annual SalsaMania at The Palace –
We are looking forward to hosting you!
Attending this event will provide you with the unique opportunity to dance down on the Detroit Pistons court.
Stay for an exciting night as the Detroit Pistons take on the Portland Trailblazers.

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ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION
• Enter the Palace through the Dodge Atrium, located on the West side of the building *Please note that parking will be complimentary before 1:00 pm ONLY
• All participants must have a valid March 6th Detroit Pistons game ticket to enter The Palace and participate in Salsa Mania
• Once inside the Dodge Atrium with your ticket, you may check in at the registration table and pick up your wristband.  *Additional questions/information may be answered here
• All Salsa Mania participants MUST wear soft-soled, non- marking shoes.  High Heels and hard sole shoes are NOT permitted.

SCHEDULE
• Event/Game Date:  Sunday, March 6 vs. Portland Trailblazers
• Event Schedule:
-11:15-11:30:  Event Registration
-11:30-3:15:  Salsa Mania: Dancing on the court

-1:30: Special Performance by Lenin & Roselyne (Cleveland)
-3:15: Head to Power Hour
-3:15-4:00: Dancing in Power Hour
-4:00-6:00 Enjoy shoot around and Power Hour
-6:00: Detroit Pistons vs. Portland Trailblazers

 call 248-521-2305 or 248-470-0849

http://www.yasalsa.com

The 2nd Annual SalsaMania at The Palace

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– Dance-Arts-Music -Asheville-NC- Pre-Christmas-New Year + 2015 – 2016

Asheville-NC- 12.2015 – 01.2016 –
Great place – Dance-Arts-Music –

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Dec 19 (Saturday) SQUARE DANCE
Southern Lights Square and Round Dance Club Christmas Dance
Whitmire Activity Bdlg, Lily Pond Rd, Hendersonville.
Squares and rounds at 7:30pm.
Caller: Stan Russell. Cuers: Lou and Al Krech.

Dec 19 (Saturday) ECSTATIC DANCE
Dreamtide

The Landing on Kentucky Drive in West Asheville.
For the seventh year in a row, –  longest night of the year.
Start at dusk and go until the sun returns.
live band featuring members of Nataraj ;
8-9 Winter Ceremony Processional by the Wheel of the Year ;
9-10 The Everlanders (Landing House Band) with special guests ;
10-11 Performances by Clan Destiny Circus, GoFlow, and Checkersuit Variety Show ;
11-12 Ecstatic Dance Second Wave with live electronic set by Logos ;
midnight-2am Gilbot ;
2-4 Morphonic ;
4-7 Pícaro / Tøwne Møuse ;
7 Effigy. Suggested donation $10-15.

Dec 19 (Saturday) VINTAGE ROCK
3 Cool Cats

8:30pm at Cork & Keg in downtown Asheville.
Hank Bones on electric guitar and vocals,
Mike Filippone on bass and vocals
Russ Wilson on drums and vocals,
funky little trio plays all the hits (and quite a few obscure oddities) from the ’50s and ’60s. Dance on the Cork & Keg’s vintage (1925) dance floor!

Dec 19 (Saturday) SOUL / FUNK
Free Flow Band

10pm-1am – 
 Tressa’s in downtown Asheville. Details:

Dec 19 (Saturday) CONTACT IMPROV
Contact Improv Class and Open Jam

4-6pm every Saturday at French Broad Food Co-Op in downtown Asheville.
Beginners welcome and encouraged!
great way to get some experience and expand your edges with movement.
$5.

Dec 19 (Saturday) BALLROOM
Hendersonville Ballroom Dance Club

7:30-10PM Saturdays at the Hendersonville Elks Lodge,
546 N. Justice St. in Hendersonville.
Paulette Cole teaches free lessons 6:30-7:30pm.
Admission to dance at 7:30-10pm
$7 non-members and $5 for members.
Everyone welcome: singles, couples, the somewhat curious and the scared silly!
Kathy at 828 698 0165.

Dec 19 (Saturday) LATIN
Ritmos Latinos

8-11pm at Aloft Hotel’s Wxyz Lounge in downtown Asheville.
DJ Malinalli brings you some of the hottest Latin beats around.
No Cover, plenty of dancing! Details: see this page.

Dec 19 (Saturday) JAZZ / SWING
42nd Street

8-11pm Saturdays at Olive or Twist in downtown Asheville.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dec 19 (Saturday) LATIN
Tambora Nights

11pm-2:15am Saturdays at Mela in downtown Asheville.
Regional Mexicano, Cumbia, Norteña, Banda, Merengue and Bachata.
21+, ID Required. . 

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Dec 20 (Sunday) ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE
Yuletide Asheville English Country Dance

Homewood Event and Conference Center,
19 Zillicoa St., in the Montford area, Asheville.
Leader Bob Thompson with music by
Atossa Kramer,
Lisa Smith

Cathy Arps.
3-3:50pm.Waltzing
At the Break, enjoy performances by
Ashegrove Garland Dancers and Asheville Morris Team.
Birthday Cake will be shared by one of our dancers.
Wear your finest, festive apparel! $7/$6 for OFB members. 

Dec 21 (Monday) SWING
Asheville Swing Practice

7-9pm Mondays at 5 Covington St. (The Heart House) in West Asheville.
working on a solo jazz routine for the first hour
move into self-directed practice around 8pm.
last practice of the year 

Dec 21 (Monday) TANGO
Los Abrojitos Holiday Milonga

9pm – Crow & Quill in downtown Asheville.
Asheville-based tango ensemble Los Abrojitos, playing tangos from the danceable classics of the Golden Era to the intricate melodies of Astor Piazzola.
The dynamic tension between the violins and bandoneon melodically portray the lustful push and pull of two dancers as a tenor sings spanish lyrics of love and pain.
Not a Milonga proper, this is an evening of tango music at a beautiful, darkly lit bohemian club. 

Dec 21 (Monday) SWING
West Coast Swing Lessons and Dance

Mondays at Aloft Hotel, 51 Biltmore Ave. in downtown Asheville –
7:30pm intermediate lesson,
8pm beginner lesson,
8:30pm until 10-10:30pm. social dancing
FREE! Rotating instructors each week to offer different tips and styling. 

Dec 21 (Monday) SWING / JAZZ
Speakeasy Mondays

9pm Beginner Dance lesson presented by Swing Asheville
9:30-11:30pm Mondays at The Twisted Laurel in downtown Asheville.
No partner needed.

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Dec 22 (Tuesday) BLUES
The Remedy
Tuesdays at Olive or Twist in downtown Asheville.
No Cover!
8pm, – Blues dance lesson
8:30-11pm. – Band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Dec 22 (Tuesday)
SHAG

The Mountain Shag Club
Tuesdays at Scarlet’s (formerly Showtime Saloon),
97 Underwood Rd,
Fletcher, NC.
6:30-7pm – Free Lessons
7-10pm. – rotating DJ’s
No partner needed.
$5 Cover Charge. 

Dec 22 (Tuesday) INTERNATIONAL
Asheville International Folk Dancers

7:30-9:30pm every Tuesday
Harvest House,
205 Kenilworth Rd.,
Asheville.
No partner, no cost.
variety of dances from all over the world but mainly line dances from Eastern Europe, Contact Lee or Gail Hyde at 828-253-4933 or send an email ;
Michael or Mary Goodman at 828-645-1543 or send an email.

Dec 22 (Tuesday) JAZZ / SWING
The John Henrys

8-10pm Tuesdays
5 Walnut –  downtown Asheville.

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Dec 23 (Wednesday) LATIN
Flamenco Dance Party w/ Juan Benavides Group
9-11pm every Wednesday
The Millroom – downtown Asheville.
Huge dance floor, light show and lots of fun!
No cover (donations encouraged). More info: see this page.

Dec 23 (Wednesday) BALLROOM / SWING / SHAG
Phil Noland & Sonny Day at “TopSide”

7-10pm every Wednesday
VFW Post 5026,
900 N Main Street
Hendersonville, NC
(on the hill above Pop’s Diner at 5-Points intersection).
Ballroom, Swing, Shag and more.
requests are always welcome!
$5 – Cash bar is available.
For more information call (828) 777-7445.

Dec 23 (Wednesday) VINTAGE ROCK
3 Cool Cats

8-11pm Wednesdays
Olive or Twist
downtown Asheville.
7:30pm – Free dance lesson (swing)  by Bobby Wood.

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Dec 25 (Friday) DANCE PARTY
Michael-David’s Christmas Soiree’

8pm-12am at Club Eleven on Grove
downtown Asheville.
festive holiday celebration!
Bring some of your most favorite homemade goodies to share with all of your friends and family. win a cash prize in the Ugly Sweater Contest!
Drink, Socialize, Snack & Dance! 18+,
$5.

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Dec 26 (Saturday) SOUL / MOTOWN
Jim Arrendell Dance Party

9pm
Isis Restaurant & Music Hall
West Asheville.
post Christmas Party with an evening of Motown and Soul from the ’50s through the ’70s –
music that will make you want to dance.
$5 at the door. 

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Dec 26-Jan 1 (Sat-Fri)
SWING / ETC
Lindy Focus

Crowne Plaza – Asheville.
The Lindy Hop, Balboa, Blues and Jazz Dance Camp and New Year’s Party.



 

 

 

 

 

Dec 26-Jan 1 (Sat-Fri)  CONTRA / ETC

Winter Dance Week
John C. Campbell Folk School
Brasstown NC, – 7 miles east of Murphy.
American contras & squares,
English country dancing,
waltz & other couple dances,
swing dance & clogging,
harmony singing,
jam sessions.
Ring in the New Year dancing to the live music of Maivish
(pictured, Adam Broome, Jaige Trudel & Matthew Olwell),
The Canote Brothers,
A Joyful Noise

(Barbara Greenberg, Kathy Talvitie & Daniel Beerbohm) and DoubleDate
(Members of A Joyful Noise joined by Bob Pasquarello)!
Not for beginners.
Standard Tuition: $376
Local Tuition: $188.
Evening Dances open to  local dance community.
EXPERIENCED Contra Dancers Only, Please.
Dec. 26-29: 8-11pm, $10;
Dec. 30: 8-10pm, $10;
New Year’s Eve Dance Dec. 31: 8pm-1am, $15.


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Dec 27 (Sunday) SWING / JAZZ

Sparrow and Her Wingmen
6:30-9pm last Sundays at Cork & Keg – downtown Asheville.
6:30-7 – Free swing dance lesson with Sparrow and Keith
7-9. Vintage jazz tunes for your dancing and listening pleasure

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Dec 31 (Monday)

CONTRA
Monday Night Contra Dance

8pm – The Grey Eagle – Asheville.
7:30.- Beginners Lessons
Music by Contraversial
(Cailen Campbell fiddle, David Brown guitar) with caller Jack Mitchell.
Admission $7. 

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Dec 31 (Thursday) COUNTRY / SWING / ETC
Smoky Mountain Dance Club

Asheville Moose Lodge,
1 Moose Heart Lane, (off Leicester Hwy).
6-7pm – lesson free with paid dance admission.
Country Two Step,
Triple Two,
East & West Coast Swing,
Waltz, Cha Cha, Nightclub Two, Line Dancing. …
7-10:30pm;
$10 admission fee;  

Dec 31 (Thursday) FUNK / JAM
The Mantras & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong NYE Bash

8pm – New Mountain – downtown Asheville.
The Mantras, a six piece jam machine of Greensboro, NC
$20 adv / $25 DOS. 

Dec 31 (Thursday) CAJUN / ZYDECO / ETC
NYE with Jackomo and Zydeco Ya Ya

9pm – Jack of the Wood – downtown Asheville. 

Dec 31 (Thursday) DANCE PARTY / BENEFIT
Asheville FM New Year’s Eve Dance Party

8pm-2am – The Desoto Lounge – West Asheville.
once again dancing the year away to the sweet sweet tunes of AFM djs.
$5 benefits nonprofit community radio station. 

Dec 31 (Thursday) BALLROOM
New Year’s Eve Ballroom Dance

8:30-12:30pm – Asheville Ballroom Dance & Event Centre,
291 Sweeten Creek Road.
Phil Noland – DJ for the evening!
$35/pp Reservations Required.
Heavy Hors d’oeuvres & Champagne Toast at midnight! 

Dec 31 (Thursday) WORLD
Dancing, Drums, and Dreams ~ A Rhythmic Celebration of the New Year
8:30pm – Eliada (PARC Building),
2 Compton Drive – Asheville.
Join Asheville Rhythm for their annual New Year’s Eve Celebration with music for dancing provided by world music super-group Free Planet Radio and KalimbaMan Kevin Spears.
The festivities will also include a Drum Circle of communal celebration,
sweet and savory light fare,
inspirational readings
New Year’s Eve countdown.
The evening will close with a sound meditation to usher in 2016 in peace and with calm, focused intention.
Folks are encouraged to bring their drums for the drum circle and their yoga mats if they want to lie down during the Sound Meditation.
Individual: $39 in advance/$44 door.
Couples: $69 in advance/$80 door.
Seniors (60+): $34 in advance/$40 door.
BYOB. 

Dec 31 (Thursday) VINTAGE ROCK
New Year’s Eve with 3 Cool Cats
3 Cool Cats
8-1…
Olive or Twist
downtown Asheville.
7:30pm – Free dance lesson (swing)  by Bobby Wood.

 

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Jan 2-3 (Sat-Sun) CONTRA
HJDS New Year’s Affair 2016

Historic Jonesborough Visitors Center in Jonesborough, TN.
Music by Playing With Fyre & Buddy System
callers Jesse Edgerton & Charlotte Crittenden.
A day and a half of dancing to kick off the New Year.
Presented by Historic Jonesborough Dance Society.
More info and complete schedule: see this page.

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Happy Holidays and a great New Year

From all of us here at –

  • – Dance-Arts-Music –

 

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