Plymouth ‘Music in Air’ live concerts return

Jun. 4, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News


Plymouth Music in the Air concerts return with the first live performance of the season on Friday, Jun 4 at the downtown Kellogg Park band shell.

This year the ever-popular free weekly concert series, sponsored by The Bank of Ann Arbor, will feature 13 bands –  starting off with the outstanding blues performer, guitarist, songwriter and record producer Bobby Murray, aong with Lenny Watkins.

Bobby Murray

Murray has played in Etta James’ backing band for twenty-three years, performed on three Grammy Award winning recordings with James and B.B. King, and released four solo albums. In 2011, the Detroit Blues Society granted Murray their Lifetime Achievement Award. Murray has won several Detroit Music Awards. His guitar playing was mainly influenced by Albert Collins and B.B. King.

The annual concerts sponsored by various local business entities feature a wide variety of entertainment for every musical taste and are free. It is anticipated there will be several downtown street closures on Friday night.



Jun. 4   Bobby Murray Band featuring Lenny Watkins

Jun. 11   Dale Hicks Band

Jun. 18   Chris Canas Band

Jun. 25   Atomic Radio

July 2     Mainstreet Soul

July 23   Magic Bus

July 30   Larry Lee and the Back in the Day Band

Aug. 6    Power Play Detroit

Aug. 13  Geff Phillips and Friends

Aug. 20  Steve King and the Dittilies

Aug. 27  Bugs Beddow and the Good Stuff

Sept. 3   The Randy Brock Group


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