Local teen bands in all genres compete for time to record and mix 2 songs in the Neutral Zone Orpheum studio.
Dance party with this local DJ collective that plays garage and 70s rock.
Jazz standards and New Ethiopian jazz by this local pianist and saxophonist, who is joined by Detroit bassist Will Austin, vocalist Lady Jennifer, and keyboardist Daniel Mujahid.
Local quartet led by pop-rock singer-songwriter Paul.
Ypsi-Arbor progressive rock quartet plays originals and covers. With Guitarist Pam Richards, keyboardist Scott Hein, drummer Tim Hubbard, and bassist Patrick Little. No cover.
Local tabla player, accompanied by several musician friends, who plays Indian classical, light classical, fusion, and folk music.
Superfine honky-tonk dance tunes from swing to vintage blues, country, rockabilly, and early rock ’n’ roll classics, with some memorable originals penned by guitar genius Bedard. With drummer Rich Dishman and bassist Randy Tessier. Bedard’s tasty new all-instrumental CD, Pickin’ Apart the Past, includes “Minor Swing '65,” Bedard’s surf-music adaptation of a Django Reinhardt tune.
Popular 8-piece Detroit pop dance band.
60s-80s rock cover band.
Folksy country and rock ’n’ roll originals by the singer-songwriter trio of guitarists Ken Eby and Beau Buchanan and percussionist Michael Snyder-Barker.
Monthly variety show with local music, dance, theater, poetry, and sketch comedy. This month’s featured performers include singer- songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chris Good, indie rock singer-songwriter Keri Lynn Roche, slam poet Brittany Floyd, The Sketch Troupe (Craig Draheim, Kelsea Kerkes, James Walrod, Todd Sheets, and Kerry Conniff), and more. Emcees are 107.1-FM Tree Town Sound host Matthew Altruda and local actress Luna Alexander. $5. 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Plymouth acoustic roots music trio led by singer-songwriter Andrew Sigworth.
Solo acoustic folk and blues by this Northville singer-guitarist. 6-9 p.m.
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.
Local alt-country band led by singer-songwriters Kevin Brown and Jud Branam whose music mixes equal parts of Gram Parsons and Uncle Tupelo.
An evening of Replacements covers. Performers include the mid- Michigan Americana alt-country quartet 40 Stitches Later, the Cleveland-area rust-belt rock ’n’ roll quartet Stupid Beautiful Heaven, the Lansing punk-rock trio The Plurals, the Toledo country-rock quartet The Real Americans, the Grand Haven power-pop quartet Your Gracious Host, the Ypsilanti rock ’n’ roll trio Thunderbuck Ram, Detroit folk-rock singer-songwriter Scott Martin, and Hoveround Pile Up. Proceeds benefit Ozone House.