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May's musicians

May 7
The Fox and the Fiddle

fox-fiddle.jpgThis duo, which made its market debut last year, delivers country music with hints of rock, pop and folk, creating a unique blend that appeals to any taste. The Fox is Austin Scott Thorpe, who has been writing and performing music for more than 15 years from Nashville to New Hudson, MI, in big bands and solo gigs. The fiddle is Emily Joy Howard, who met Scott in 2019. They decided to combine their talents and began playing in various Southeast Michigan venues. “We love playing outside in the spring, summers and falls of Michigan,” says Emily. For more information, click here.







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May 21
Mark Reitenga

Mark-Reitenga-2018.jpgThis four-time Detroit Music Award Final Ballot Nominee plays an energetic brand of acoustic pop/folk/rock throughout Metro Detroit. Mark is known for his welcome-to-my-living-room quality on originals and human-jukebox-like covers. Among his awards:

Mark was nominated for FOUR Detroit Music Awards: 2015, 2017 & 2018
Americana Artist 2015 & 2017
and Americana Songwriter 2015
Americana Song: The Detroit Blues 2017
Children's Music: 2022

His music has been selected to be played on some great International radio shows as well, including
Lonely Oak Radio, WOA Radio, Christopher Ewing's "The Radio Cafe Top 10 Countdown" radio show and Artie Martello's: Mostly Folk. For more information, click here.


May 28
Bob Monteleone

Bob-Coltrane.jpgBob Monteleone has been a mainstay on the Detroit music scene for decades, first with the grounding-breaking reggae band Black Market and later with the '90s reformation of The Look. He formed the recording act Luck & Trouble in the early 2000s with Replacements' guitarist Brian Blush and also founded the indie record label Hanzie Records around that time. He currently performs regularly with the trio Acoustic Madness and with top Midwest Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tribute band Carry On, as well as the blues rockin' Stumbling Mice. He also plays in an acoustic duo with his wife, April Monteleone, a.k.a. Bob & April. Bob and his teenage son Coltrane (pictured) have been performing at the Market for more than 10 years now and look forward to playing there for years to come! For more information, click here.

 



Upcoming schedule

 

June 4       Wildwood

June 11      Billy Brandt

June18       Dan Goree

June 25      Bob Skon

July 2         Wildwood   8:30-11 a.m.

                   Gary Niemenski   11 a.m.-2 p.m.

July 9         Lilly MacPhee

July 16        Mark Reitenga

July 23        Nick Fugedi

July 30        Larry Arbour

August 6      Mike Freeman

August 13    The Fox and the Fiddle

August 20    Steve Taylor

August 27    Dan Goree

Sept. 3         Bob Monteleone

Sept. 10       Bob Skon

Sept. 17       The Fox and the Fiddle

Sept. 24       Wildwood    8:30-11 a.m.
                     Lilly MacPhee   11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Oct. 1           Nick Fugedi

Oct. 8           Mike Freeman

Oct. 15         C-4 Band

Oct. 22         Mark Reitenga

Oct. 29         Billy Brandt

Nov. 5          Bob Monteleone