Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Show preview: Tricycle Collective fundraiser at the Jam Handy tomorrow, Wed., Sept. 30

Posted By on Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 4:33 PM

This "Handlebar Jam" thing tomorrow evening looks like a most worthy event, chock full of future Detroit superstars. You'll be supporting a very good cause that's trying to help people not get foreclosed on and kicked out of their houses, and seriously a chunk of these performers will be international superstars someday soon and you can say you saw them in an intimate setting long before they came back to town to headline the Fillmore. There's a sliding scale $10-$20 admission, and it's at the Jam Handy.
Come celebrate the last day of The Tricycle Collective's campaign to help Detroit families save their homes with an evening of incredible local performers in an amazing venue.

Crazy lineup! We have Mic Write, Britney Stoney, Ryan Spencer, and a performer so cool we can't even announce it in advance. Why are they performing for us? Because they support the cause! Why should you come? Pick a reason and get yourself to the Jam.

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