On Sunday, October 17 and 24 at 10 pm, the Blind Pig will present the Ann Arbor "Bluestage," a celebration of music performed by local musicians who love to play the blues. The house band, the Terraplanes, will set the tempo fortheevening and invite guest musicians to join them in a variety of performance combinations. All musicians are welcome and are admitted free if they sign up at the door to play. The Ann Arbor área has a thriving Blues community that has been overlooked by the media spotlight. Previou s Sunday night open stages have prbvided a beacon forperformers, introducing them to the audience and to those who have viewed "Blues Tonighf on A2 Community Access TV. A host of local all-stars, including members of the Urbations, the Kingpins, Scott Morgan Band, Jeannie and the Dreams, Big Dave & The Ultrasonics, and Drivin' Sideways (just to name a few), as well as members of Detroit's blues scène, have attended and enjoyed the opportunity to perform in a different atmosptiere. "Bluestage" invites the public to come down and check out a rockin', soulful evening of Bluesoriented music that will please a variety of musical tastes. The dance floor is open, and the Terraplanes for one will test your ability to wear a "hole in your sole."
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