Monthly Mix-Tape: January 2016

. January 6, 2016.
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See them live:

George Benson, Rush Street, 1/8

Chrome Sparks, Blind Pig, 1/16

Kaki King, The Ark, 1/18

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Hill Auditorium, 1/20

Carl Craig (lecture/Q&A, *not performing), Walgreen Drama Center, Stamps Auditorium, 1/20

Denmark Vessey & Broccoli, Blind Pig, 1/22

Matthew Dear (DJ Set), Blind Pig, 1/23

Lisa Fischer, Michigan Theater, 1/27

39th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival Day One w/ City And Colour, Penny & Sparrow, Yo La Tengo, The Oh Hellos, The Ark, 1/29

39th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Festival Day Two, w/ Joan Baez, The Accidentals, Cooder/White/Skaggs, The Ark, 1/30

Protomartyr, Blind Pig, 1/29

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