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Dino's Lounge to host acoustic music nights

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Join hosts Chris Brantley and Jill Jack on Tuesday nights at Dino's Lounge in Ferndale for Dino's Acoustic Music Night (DAMN). Tuesday's are all about trying to revitalize the Detroit original music scene by holding a singer/songwriter and musicians showcase night. The event is open to aspiring singer/songwriters, first time musicians, professionals and anyone else who would like to perform.

Chris Brantley is the guitarist and background vocalist with Mitch Ryder. He has played with Alto Reed, Mark Farner, Dave Mason and others. Jill Jack is a 33 time Detroit Music Award winner and has more than 20 years of songwriting and performing experience.

DAMN Tuesdays take place from 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. at Dino's Lounge, located at 22740 Woodward Ave. in Ferndale.

For more information, call (248) 591-DINO (3466) or visit dinoslounge.com online or on Facebook.

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