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The A Train, 48705 Grand River, Novi, 3482820: Thru March 27, Cabbage Creek. Backyard Lounge, Ford Rd. at Middlebelt, 5225660: Van Coot. Baker's Keyboard Lounge, 20510 Livernois, 864-1200: Tnru March 28, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers; March 30-April 4, Sonny Fortune Quintet. Belanger House, Main at 12 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, 548-8700: Thru March 28, Harvest; March 30-April 4, Tango; April 6-18, Shades of Gray; April 20-May 2, The Sounds of Detroit. Monday nights- Disco. Ben's Hi-Chaparral, 6683 Gratiot, 923-0601: Disco, no cover. Bijou, Southfield at 13 Mile Rd., 644-5522: Tues. -Sat., Jim Jewhurst. Bilanni's Pub, E. Warren & Alter Rd., 885-2724: Moment on Fri. & Sat. Bob & Rob's, 28167 John R, Madison Heights, 541-9213: Lenore Paxton (jazz keyboards) sings alone Mon. & Tues., with band and Don Fagenson on bass, Wed. -Sat., no cover. Bobbies English Pub, 30100 Telegraph, Birmingham, 642-3700: Wed.-Sat., Matt Michaels Trio with Úrsula Walker; Mon. & Tues., Amy Jackson sings. Bonfire Bar-B-Que, 20070 W. 8 Mile Rd., (just west of Evergreen), 355-0077: After hours till 4am. Boogie Down Lounge, 9933 Greenfield (bet. Chicago and Plymouth, 835-5811: Robert Lowe Quintet featuring vocalist Bonita Woods. Brendan's Irish Pub, 34505 Grand River, Farmington, 477-5090: Fri. & Sat., Jack Daniels. The Cabaret, 5830 Connor (V2 bik. E. of 1-94), DR2-5020: Thru April 4, Mirage. Clamdiggers, 30555 Grand River, Farmington Hiiis, 478-3800: Mon. Sat., Bob Sealey and Bob Milne. Compared to What, Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward. Opening benefit featuring bluegrass, folk, blues & jazz; 49, Sam Sanders & Visions; 416, Sippie Wallace, Michael & Barbara Smith. Elephant Disco, Livernois and Long Lake Rd., Troy, 879-6810: Disco, Mon.-Sat., 8:302:00; Sun., 7:00-2:00. Ethel's Cocktail Lounge, E. Mack, east of Grand Blvd., 922-9443: Please cali for information. Golden Coach, 30450 Van Dyke, Warren, 5 737850: Thru 3-28, The Gaylords; April 1325, Johnny Desmond. Henry's Cocktail Lounge, 7645 Fenkell, 3419444: March 24-April 7, Joe Simon. Holiday Inn Lounge, Woodward in Highland Park, 883-4550: The Dave Hamilton Trio. Hyatt Regency, Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn, 593-1234: March 29-April 3, The Arbors, Strutters' Rail; April 4-10, Lou Rawls, Strutters' Ball. Inn Between, 32 70 W. Huron, Waterford, 6825690: Thru 3-27, Dan Schaefer Group. Interlude Lounge, 5491 E. 12 Mile Rd., Warren, 751-4340: Thru 3-27, Feelings; starting 4-6, Lorio. Jazz West, 8418 Fenkell, 341-7118: Disco nightly. J.C. 's Rock Saloon, 1405 Gratiot, (bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.), 526-3445: Thru 3-28, Dallas Hodge and His All New Disco Revue. Kings Row Showcase Lounge, w. Chicago at Meyers, 341-1260: April 1-6, B.B. King, $10.00person. Library, 37235 Groesbeck, Mt. Clemens, 4656579: Thru 3-28, Great Lakes Express; Thru April, Riot. Lowman's Wesiside Club, 14355 Livernois at Ewald, 933-5346: Please cali for information. Murphy's Cocktail Lounge, 7419 Puritan, 8648340: Disco with Arthur Baby. Music Man Lounge, 15624 W. 6 Mile Rd., nr. Greenfield, BR3-0433: Disco with Tyrone Davis. Ocie's Paradise Lounge, 8202 Fenkell at Roselawn, 861-1511: Disco with DJ. Rappin' Rino. Peppermill Lounge, 8 Mile Rd. east of Groesbeck, 526-4502: Sun.-Tues., Tom Powers; Wed.-Sat., Peter Demian. Playboy Club, 20231 James Couzens, south of 8 Mile Rd., 863-8855: The New Medium. Poison Apple, 38418 Ford Rd., Westland, 3263500: Coming, Disco Queen Gloria Gaynor. Rapa House Concert Cafe, 96 E. Fisher Fwy., 961-9846: After hours jazz and open jam sessions, Sat. 2-6 am. Raven Gallery, 29101 Greenfield, Southfield, 577-2622: Thru 3-28, Raun Mackinnon. Roman Gate, Woodward at 14 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, 549-4141: Fri. & Sat., Barbara Bradius. Roostertail, 100 Marquette at the river, 8232000: Paul Lochrio and the Jubilations. Subway Disco, 525 W. Lafayette, 964-7938: The Quickest Way Out. Twenty Grand Dnftwood Lounge, 5025 14th St. at Warren, TY7-6445: Disco with Jim Ingram. Ann Arbor The Ark Coffeehouse, 1421 hmi st., 7611451: 326-28, Martin, Bogan & the Armstrongs, $3.00; 42-4, John Roberts & Tony Barrand; 48, 'Madcat' Ruth (Ann Arbor's own); 49-11, Michael Cooney ; Every Wed. is Hoot Nite (open mike). The Blind Pig, 208 S. First St., 994-9797: 325, Street Fiction; 326, Aldebarari; 330, II IV I Orchestra (12 pc. be-bop band); 42-3, Silvertones; Every Monday - Blue Monday with Boogie Woogie Red; 47, Synergy; 49-10, Wendell Harrison Quartet. Chances Are, 516 E. Liberty, 994-5350: 32328, Shooter; 329, The Honey Boys; 330, The Friends Roadshow; 331-44, Cloudburst; 45, After Hours; 46-10, Sky King. Cover weekdays $1 students$1.50 others; weekends $1.50 students$2.00 others. Del Rio, 310 (vlaynard, 994-6500: Every Monday lunch, guitarist Corey Sea, 12-1:30 pm; Every Sunday afternoon, live jazz - free. Golden Falcon, 314 Fourth Ave., 761-3548: Every Monday night, Silvertones; Every Thurs.-Sat. nights, Melodioso; Tues.- Greek night; Wed. ■ Sun., soul nite wDJ. Cover $1 Mon. & Thurs.-Sat. Mr. Flood's Party, 120 W. Liberty, 994-9824: Every Thurs., Mike Smith & His Country Volunteers; 326-27, Silvertones, $1.00; 328, Grievous Angels, $.75; 329 & 46, Catfish Miller; 330, Gemini; 331, All Directions, $.75; 42-3, Grievous Angels; 44, Fred Small ; 45, Aging Children; 47, 9-10, Stoney Creek, $.75-47; $1-49-10. Heidelberg, 215 N. Main, 663-7758: Thurs.-Sat., 9-1, Mustard's Retreat in the Rathskeiler. Loma Linda, 990 Broadway, 663-0562: Every Mon.-Fri., 5:30-8:30 & Fri. & Sat. 9-1, JB & Company; Every Sunday 5:30-8:30, various live jazz groups. No cover. Pretzel Bell, 120 E. Liberty, 761-1470: Every Thurs.-Sat. night, The RFD Boys. Ramada Inn, 2800 Jackson Rd., 769-0700: Every night except Monday, The American Express. No cover. The Roadhouse, North Territorial at US-23, 4 miles N. of Ann Arbor: 326-27, The Friends Roadshow; 42 & 3, , Dallas Hodge. Cover $2.09, Students $1.00, 9 pm-2 am. 49-10, Mojo Boogie Band. Rubaiyat, 102 S. First St., 663-2401: Every Fri. & Sat. nite, Open Road. No cover. Ypsildnti Spaghetti Bender, 23 N. Washington, 485-2750: Sundays 9-11 pm, All Directions, funky jazz. No cover. Food served till midnight. The Sure Thing, 327 E. Michigan Ave., 4827130: Every Fri. & Sat. night, Tobey Red. The Suds Factory, 737 N. Huron, 485-0240. Disco music, carry out beer, pizza & subs. T.C. 's Speakeasy, 207 w. Washington, 4834470: Every Sun., John Jocks; Every Mon. & Tues., Frederick Johns; Every Wed. & Thurs., Ty Cool; Every Fri. & Sat., Ty Cool & Mark Hurst. E.Lansing Hobie's, 930 Trowbridge Rd., (517) 351-3800: 3-26, Mark Sewell; 3-27, Pete Wittig; 3-31, Bob Burmer. Old World Cafe. 211 M.A.C. Ave., (517) 3513535: 3-26, Bruce Goutner; 3-27, Bob Bormer; 3-30, Barb Bailey; 3-31, Joel Mabus. ) f he IUN Presentí muye monoAY digo at ETHEiy ILOUOC The SUN is proud to announce the inception of a regular BLUE MONDAY DISCO PARTY at Ethel's Cocktail Lounge, 7341 Mack just east of East Grand Blvd. Presented in association with Star-Town Productions, the series will feature top Detroit blues musicians, dancing to live music, and the warm, friendly atmosphere of the east side blues palace. 'Monday, March 29, will bring guitarist Louis "Mr. Bo" Collinsand Baby Pepper and his band to Ethel's stage, followed by Little junior Cannady and the Midnight Special band, with special guest vocalist Ms. Carey Minor, on April 5th. Little Mack Collins and his band, with vocalist Nelson Sanders, headline the April 12th show. Admission is $2.50, the doors open at 9:00 p.m., there's a well-lit, patrolled parking lot next door, and everybody's welcome to join in the fun-every Monday night at Ethel's.