Close Out Your Dime-Seven with Stormy Chromer

. December 1, 2017.
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Celebrate New Year’s at The Blind Pig with local jam band Stormy Chromer! The quartet (whose name conjures images of Holden Caufiled’s famed hunting hat) includes Spencer Hanson and Brendan Collins on guitar and Ryan King on bass. Amin Lanseur handles percussion. Opening acts feature bluegrass band Wire in the Wood and groovy dance band Chirp. Gyp$y will handle the dee-jaying for this end-of-the-year banger!

New Year’s Eve w/ Stormy Chromer and Friends
The Blind Pig, 208 1st st., Ann Arbor
Sunday, December 31, 9am-12pm
21+ only. $15 Tix at ticketweb.com

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