First sign of summer – Music in the Air

May 10, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News

 

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Music in the Air weekly concert series starts the 2018 season on Friday, May 25 at the Kellogg Park stage with a wide variety of entertainment to suit every musical taste. This year 14 bands will perform at the ever-popular Friday night weekly series in downtown Plymouth. The concerts sponsored by local business entities are free.

Back by popular demand again this year is Detroit’s Queen of the Blues, Thornetta Davis. Davis a multi-talented international singer-songwriter and winner of numerous music awards will perform on June 29.

A native Detroiter, (Davis) first broke into the profession singing with rock, R&B and soul bands Chanteuse, the Chisel Brothers and Big Chief, before seguing into fronting her own band.

It took years, but with the warm soulfulness of her delivery and her gritty survival skills, Davis came to be one of Detroit’s most respected blues singers.” 

….Detroit News

 

“Davis, after all, is widely regarded as one of the elite vocalists on the modern Detroit music scene, a powerhouse singer frequently introduced as the city’s Queen of the Blues.”

….Detroit Free Press

 

…one of the city’s most respected blues voices.”.

Detroit Metro Times

 

Schedule

 

May 25   The Shawn Riley Band

Celtic/Classic Rock

 

June 1   Paddlebots

Soul/Pop

 

June 8   The Blue Cat Band

Blues

 

June 15   Theo Gridiron

Pure Detroit Soul

 

June 22   Gia Warner

Rock

 

June 29   Thornetta Davis

Detroit’s Queen of the Blues

 

July 6   Larry Lee and the Back in the Day Band

Funk and Soul

 

July 20   Boogie Dynomite

70’s Disco

 

July 27   The Square Pegz

Revisit the 80’s

 

August 3   Mainstreet Soul

Metro Detroit’s best musicians create a funky good time

 

August 10   Dale Hicks Band

Motown / 70s Rock

 

August 17   Steve King & the Dittilies

Metro Detroit’s greatest entertainer – “The King”

 

August 24   Global Village

Simply, a Band you will Dig

 

August 31   Magic Bus

Psychedelic Ride to the Woodstock Era

 

Plymouth Voice.

 

 

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