Get with the Downtown Saline art scene! Learn about The 109 Cultural Exchange here.
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Take one part outlaw country, add influences of punk / funk / rock / jam band and soul, add ukulele and fiddle, and finish with some colorful storytelling earned through a life well-lived. This is Unkle Lay Lee’s Moonshine All-Stars.
Join us for a special evening filled with fun, toe-tapping and all out dancing in the streets when Unkle Lay Lee’s Moonshine All-Stars come to town. With influences ranging from The Doors to Merle Haggard and all things between, Unkle Lay Lee’s Moonshine All-Stars is one of the most original musical experiences you will find.
It’s the week of the Celtic Festival! And we are proud to bring Ironwood to our stage in preparation for the big event. Even though it’s not in Saline proper anymore, it’s not far away.
Ironwood is a Celtic Folk band made up of husband and wife duo Mark Pierce and Anna Dorsey who come to us from Troy, Michigan. Their joy of performing brought them together. They were married in 2016, and have since begun writing their own songs as well as performing folk favorites.
Salty Summer Sounds and Saline Main Street are proud and honored to welcome John E Lawrence to the N. Ann Arbor Street stage on June 29. You won’t want to miss out on this amazing jazz performance.
Local favorite, Step Aside will be performing on June 22, with Ambrosity - an A2 Saline Music Center Student band, opening.
Step Aside covers classic rock, with a little country sprinkled in and have a wide following in Milan and the surrounding areas. “We’re a 60’s band…because we’re all in our 60’s,” said rhythm guitarist, Curt Dettling, laughing.
Don’t miss this fun evening with recognizable tunes to dance in the street with!
Step aside takes the stage around 8 pm, Ambrosity opens it up at 7 pm.
Our summer music series opens with the popular Dig-A-Phony - the Beatles Tribute Band - Live Beatles music, no wigs.
Detroit’s own Dig A Phony is fanatical about reproducing songs from The Beatles recording catalog - LIVE.
From the cowbell in “Drive My Car”, to the handclaps in “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”, to the kazoo sound in “Lovely Rita” (even though it was actually paper & combs), to the guitar fade out on “A Hard Day’s Night”– you will hear the song as it sounds on the album.
It’s a kind of “hybrid” approach to the whole Beatles tribute thing. We take the u