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Live Music Weekends at Crazy Wisdom Tea Room
8:00 to 10:00 p.m. – No Cover Charge
Every Friday and Saturday night Crazy Wisdom invites you to Tea and Tunes. Not a tea drinker? No problem! Crazy Wisdom offer a wide selection of coffee drinks. (while you’re here, don’t forget to try some of our tasty treats as well!)
Friday June 1 – PHIL MCMILLION
Phil McMillion is an Ann Arbor based singer/songwriter whose style is very eclectic. He writes about many subjects and often throws a little humor in the mix. Phil grew up in Detroit, MI. He attended Cass Technical High School, majoring in music (playing french horn and trumpet). Mostly classically trained, he became influenced by the blues in his early twenties and became self-taught on guitar. Phil has a very soothing voice and writes and plays in many different styles - folk, pop, rock, blues, to name a few. Some of his major influences are Gordon Lightfoot, Simon and Garfunkel and The Doors.
Saturday June 2 – DALE OSBORN
Dale Osborn, Currently living in Chelsea, Michigan, talented folk fingerstylist Dale Osborn has been playing guitar for over 20 years. Performing both instrumental and vocal music, he plays fingerstyle 6-and 12-string guitar and croons with a pleasant baritone.
Friday June 8 – STUART BENBOW
Blending the heart of country music with the rich story telling of folk, and adding a touch of pop to give it some drive, Stuart writes about the world around him. Raised on music, and taking to instruments at an early age, the acoustic guitar eventually became the primary instrument of choice when crafting or performing songs.
Saturday June 9 –BOB YOUNG
Bob Young is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Detroit area. An award-winning composer, he is perhaps better known from his time fronting the Delta Twins band and his current band Holstein Highway.
Friday June 15 – Jere Markita Duo
Jere Stormer & Markita Moore sing original songs along with standards from nearly every genre… A little "feel good" --- a bit of "make you think" wrapped in to a playful sensibility of good-hearted fun. Concert Review: I loved it. Jere was warm and easy with the audience and the songs were quirky, original and lovely with Markita, who can multi-task as she plays! She's amazing! I left feeling that I had been fed spiritually.
Saturday June 16 --INDIAN MUSIC NIGHT
A monthly tradition that started in 2007, Indian Music Night is a fun, cozy evening of music curated by local tabla player John Churchville with the members of Ann Arbor based Indian fusion group Sumkali. Every month is a different array of music and musicians ranging from the classical, Hindustani and Carnatic, to more folk and fusion styles like Raga Jazz and Bollywood. You will experience the sounds of a musical tradition that dates back over 2000 years brought to life with traditional Indian instruments like the tabla, bansuri, sarod, sitar paired with more traditional western instrumentation like guitar, bass and saxophone. Come early for a seat on one of our most popular nights!
Friday June 22 – THE MIGHTY RHYTHM BANDITS
The Mighty Rhythm Bandits are a three piece rock, blues and originals band from Tecumseh, Michigan.
Saturday June 23 – ADAM LABEAUX
Multi-instrumentalist, Adam Labeaux has been performing professionally since 1992. Michigan born, he was chorally-trained, and taught himself guitar by listening to records and watching other musicians. He is a fierce rhythmic guitarist, an adept finger-style player, and an inspired improvisational lead guitarist. On stage he is dynamic and personable, engaging audiences and weaving stories throughout his performances.
Friday June 29– BILLY BRANDT
Billy Brandt is a multiple-award-winning Detroit area singer-songwriter, whose rootsy, folky, psychedelic alt-country background underpins strong songwriting and an adventurous spirit. A mainstay of the local Detroit scene, Billy's collaborations with other artists are near-legendary - and you're as likely to find him out playing with former protegee Jill Jack, or his 'Celticana' duo with Sarana VerLin, or his roots rock combo Grievous Angel, as you are to find him solo. His excellent solo album 'The Mission Band' showcases both his songwriting and his performance collaborations, and is well worth more than one listen. Billy's love for music is infectious, and his embrace of different genres brings a richness and an expanse to his shows. Be prepared for a genial, convivial, and musically rewarding evening with songs you know, songs you might know, and songs you will discover and treasure. And will earworm you unmercifully.
Saturday June 30 – ED DUPAS
Americana singer-songwriter Ed Dupas’ lived-in melodies unwind with reflective lyrics and speak to the current state of the human condition, soothing where possible, agitating where necessary, and seeking change where appropriate.
Crafted from the heart, Ed Dupas’ simple yet soulful music flows from an array of broad social themes to more personal narratives of love and loss. Rooted in both realism and idealism, Ed's musical goal is deeper inquiry and exploration for himself and his listeners. With comparisons ranging from Steve Earle to Bruce Springsteen, Ed paints a sonic picture of the road less traveled and the world de-familiarized. Ed Dupas creates and shares well worn wide awake music.
Music Bookings in the Tea Room Friday and Saturday Nights
(Criteria for Weekend Music Performance) - Michelle Wilbert - email@example.com
Mon. thru Thurs.
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