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Ben Collins, Greg McIntosh, and Old Man

Maren Celeste
Ben Collins.
“Old Man take a look at my life, we want to go to bed at a reasonable hour.” OK, so these may not be Neil Young lyrics, but it might as well be the mantra for this low-key evening with a trio of sonic heavy-hitters at a new-ish hotspot. Tapping into new material from his recent EP, Ghost Ships, is Ypsilanti folk rocker Old Man. The ever-cerebral Greg McIntosh will also perform and shares the bill with producer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist, and Minihorse mastermind Ben Collins, who will be making a rare solo appearance.

Venue Details

  • Lo-Fi Bar

    220 S. Main St., Ann Arbor Downtown Ann Arbor

    734-369-6070

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