John Ford Coley at the Greenwood Coffee House

. March 5, 2018.
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If you’re like me and you misheard the lyrics to the 1976 love anthem, “I’d really love to see you tonight” as “I’m not talking about Bolivia/ And I don’t want to change your life/ But there’s a warm wind blowing the stars around/ And I’d really love to see you tonight” instead of “I’m not talking about moving in/ And I don’t want to change your life/ But there’s a warm wind blowing, the stars are out/ And I’d really love to see you tonight,” now’s your chance to clear up your confusion as John Ford Coley, one half of the iconic British duo England Dan and John Ford Coley will be bringing his gold and platinum record hits to the Greenwood Coffee House for an intimate one-night only performance. Other popular tunes include “Nights are Forever Without You,” “Love is the Answer,” and “We’ll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again.”

$22
8-10pm | Friday, March 23
1001 Green Rd., Ann Arbor
Greenwoodcoffeehouse.org

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