Doors open at 8 p.m.; 4114 Vernor Hwy., Detroit; 313-436-1793; elclubdetroit.com; Tickets start at . Growing up in Connecticut, he would spend countless hours in his room filling up journals with thoughts and expressions, and during high school he took every English and writing class the school had to offer.This fall NEEDTOBREATHE will embark on their 3-Part ALL THE FEELS TOUR, featuring longer sets performed everywhere from massive outdoor venues to some of the most renowned theaters in the country. Eventually Witt transitioned from writing stories and poems to writing music. After releasing his mixtape "Kindest Regards" in November 2013, he began releasing a series of singles which garnered a massive amount of attention throughout the music community.An evening of live music & entertainment showcasing singers, poets, comedians, musicians & more.Open Mic Jam consists of an open mic, a jam session & artist showcase all in one night. Before there were terms like "roots rock," there were the Subdudes and their acoustic accordion-flavored (and tambourine-spiked) musical brew that came straight out of the warmth and soul of their native New Orleans.We invite you to come out to support the Detroit talent that will be on display sharing their amazing gifts! They're also a group of guys whose working-class roots run as definitively, and maybe as deeply, as Bruce Springsteen's." The Subdudes sound has persisted through several changes of personnel, and now they're back, with Steve Amedée on tambourine, making a joyful noise in the world's funkiest city and beyond.With top charting hits that include “American Woman” and “These Eyes”, The Guess Who is a Canadian rock band that became widely recognized in the U. Heart of a Soldier will feature early music of war and peace from Byrd, Tomkins, Janequin, and Dufay.
Named for the “clear-singing” rooster in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, “Chanticleer fascinates and enthralls for much the same reason a fine chocolate or a Rolls Royce does: through luxurious perfection.” (Los Angeles Times) The U-M Glee Club makes a special cameo appearance in this Veterans Day Weekend concert, which kicks off the Ambassadors of Song International Male Chorus Symposium on the University of Michigan campus. Join us as we dance through the decades with songs from every genre and every decade, from 60’s rock, 70’s disco, 80’s cheese, 90’s house into 2000’s radio hits.
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