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Baker's bills itself as "The world's oldest jazz club," and, in the club's 76-year history, almost every jazz musician of national importance has played its bandstand. Baker's complements the music with some amazing down-home cooking, their catfish being a true showstopper. Live entertainment nightly, with metro Detroit's finest local musicians every weekend.

The Blue Martini, attractive though it may be, is suffering from an identity crisis. The bar boasts local and national blues acts in an unlikely area, far off the beaten path in Pinckney. As an uppity martini bar, the venue seems to miss the point of the blues almost entirely, drowning out the necessary roughness of the music with the clanking of martini glasses and expensive high heels. The waitstaff, and there's plenty of them, could learn a few manners. Despite the complaints however, the bar has an excellent sound system, is clean and provides ample seating. Make the drive only to catch your favorites in action or to be greeted by a friendly doorman, otherwise, stay home, pour yourself a beer and listen to a record.
Downtown Detroit's upscale hideaway on the third floor of 35 West Grandriver. A variety of music, poetry, and artistic vibes, from reggae, hiphop, and house to open mic poetry and many more special events. call 313-963-6034 for more info
A jewel in the hood, jazz and blues Monday-Thursday, Friday & Saturday top 40 R &B. Free fish on Fridays.

The Dirty Dog is another feather in the cap of Gretchen Valade, the entrepreneur and philanthropist whose generosity and love of jazz saved the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Chef Andre Neimanis' sophisticated tapas-style menu encompasses unusual dishes that showcase his creativity. Musically, the Dirty Dog has some of Detroit's best players, with piano sets from 4 to 6 p.m., followed by two evening shows with full bands. Willie Jones, the general manager, is visible in the front of the house, overseeing service and keeping the whole show running smoothly.

Live entertainment, great food, spirits, games, horseshoes, several TV's to catch the big game on, daily food and drink specials, and friendly service all under one roof. The Getaway is the perfect spot to grab a bite or a drink and Getaway from the daily grind.
Gizzmos is a place to unwind and share good times and conversation. The building itself is a part of the rich history of downtown Wyandotte. It has been a bar for over 70 years! We have preserved the original backbar and designed the rest of the establishment around the '30s art deco era. We specialize in martinis and ultra-premium liquors. We also carry many different styles and brands of cigars. Gizzmos is proud to have some of the top local blues and jazz musicians entertaining our guests. Very soon we will be implimenting an exciting tapas menu! Join us every Sunday for our one-of-a-kind 'Build your own Bloody Mary Bar'. See you soon!
Our facility creates a warm and enjoyable atmosphere for our guests to experience our dining/ballroom, spacious dance floor, the surrounding balconies and game room. With a capacity of 250, the Supper Club is not a rental hall, but to make reservations for large groups, please see our manager on Fridays between 9 and 11 p.m. Our cuisine offers a superb range of courses. Select from our menu when you arrive or place your group's catering order at least one week in advance of your reservation. ID and proper attire required (no admission with jeans, denim wear, athletic wear, etc.).
Detroit Jazz Fills Greektown at The Jazz Loft; Gerard Evans featured on Sax The Jazz Loft sets an intimate setting for Detroit Jazz lovers.

The Jazz Loft in the heart of downtown Detroit’s Greektown, provides guests with an atmosphere of authentic Detroit jazz. Featuring live music, dancing, drink specials, fine Greek cuisine and a full bar, guests get a night filled with entertainment. From 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. every Monday through Wednesday, The Jazz Loft is filled with funky grooves and is a great spot to mingle in an intimate setting. Every Monday and Tuesday the Gerard Evans Quintet fills The Jazz Loft with classic jazz. Featured artists on these nights include Gerard Evans on sax, Greg Cook on bass, Milt Hale and Djallo Djakate on drums , Eileen Orr on keys and Shiron Denise on vocals. Musicians are welcome to come and sit in. Wednesday night brings sexy, tight, funky grooves to The Jazz Loft. The Loft Affair featured this night offers a mix of music including Nu jazz, house, Latin, and soul. Don’t miss a great night of jazz including both live musicians and a DJ.

This is a original signs of the times bar once used as a practice club for some of Detroits Motown groups, and was used in the documentary film "standing in the Shadows of Motown." Keeping with the tradition of starting careers, the club has countinued by hosting open mike nights for up and coming MC'S in the Hip Hop community. Every Friday you can party to the latest Hip Hop music, on the tables DJ Dex and B-man. the club has one of the largest bars in the city with a secound bar by the dance floor. The club has not forgot its roots on Sunday you can still hear live bands play Blues,R&B,Jazz. No gymshoes on Sunday.

Security on weekends Dress code in effect on Sundays no jeans or gymshoes.

Le Jive is a downriver music cafe offering excellent specialty coffees, sodas such as Jones and a great variety of root beers, and goodies from Janie's Cookie Co.

We showcase local music- dj's every Wednesday with our open mc night and bands every Saturday.

Local artists' work is also featured- we host a public reception starting at 8pm for each artist on first Fridays. Art exhibits run for one month.

Our non-smoking, non-alcoholic venue helps to assure a clean and safe atmosphere for all of our patrons.

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