Cover of Current Concert

. April 10, 2012.
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You, the readers, have dwindled our panel’s 12 Ann Arbor bands in the Cover of Current Competition to the final four.

First, see Chris Bathgate at the Blind Pig on Saturday, April 21, with our intrepid panel on the scene to evaluate his performance. Then we’ll check out Appleseed Collective, Gun Lake and Dragon Wagon on Wednesday, April 25 at Live at PJs. Come out and join us, support local music and find out who will be one step closer to being featured on the July cover of Current Magazine.

$5. 9pm. Live at PJs, 102 S. 1st St.

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