Final show by this local acoustic string jam quintet that plays a brand of twangy roots-folk music fused with elements of jazz and psychedelic rock that it calls “down-home funkgrass.” Tonight’s farewell performance, which the band is calling its “Last Waltz,” features guest performances by an assortment of local musicians, including Joe Latini, Joe Stanley, Chuck Moburg, Adam Labeaux, Cannon Alexander, the Hullabaloo horn section, and members of Dragon Wagon, Covert, Jam Samich, and Glowb.
Jazz standards and New Ethiopian jazz by this local pianist.
Rock ’n’ roll covers and originals by this popular veteran band from Dearborn. In the Millennium Club.
Detroit blues trio.
Chelsea Americana folk-rock quintet led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Daniels, whose influences range from Robert Johnson to Dylan to Jack White.
Popular rockabilly and roots-rock band led by veteran Detroit guitarist McCarty.
Hard-driving horn-fueled funk dance band from East Lansing.
Detroit classic country, honky-tonk, and retro rock band.
Acoustic pop-folk originals and covers by this veteran local singer- songwriter and guitarist who grew up on Ontario.
Northville band that plays blus-rock originals and traditional blues.
In the main room DJ Hardy plays Top 40 and dance music records.
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.
Adult student musicians perform postwar blues covers. 5:30-8 p.m.
With the local fuzzpop power trio The Boys Themselves, the Detroit hip-hop-inflected metal-rock trio Gods of Rahsero, the local hardcore-metal band Lord Centipede, 10- year-old Ypsilanti hip-hop pop singer-songwriter Thaliana Smith, and other local musicians TBA. Proceeds benefit Whole Planet Foundation efforts to alleviate world poverty.