Alan Doyle and The Beautiful Gypsies are Returning to Ann Arbor

. April 1, 2016.
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Fresh off an exhilarating set at the Ann Arbor Folk Festival, Alan Doyle and The Beautiful Gypsies are returning to Ann Arbor for another exciting performance. As the former lead singer of the beloved Canadian band Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle has been wowing audiences with his particular brand of Celtic and folk rock since the early 90s. Since Great Big Sea’s retirement in 2013, Doyle has released two solo albums featuring a more upbeat and optimistic style. He’s also becoming a best-selling author with his memoir, Where I belong, and has worked as an actor in feature film and television. 

7:30pm | Sunday, April 24.
$25/general admission | $32/reserved | $50/gold circle.
The Ark | 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1451 | theark.org

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