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WILL Call: What’s Happening in Champaign-Urbana Jan. 11– Jan. 14

Nathaniel Ruiz, a versatile multi-instrumentalist, specializes in performing jazz standards and Brazilian music. Catch his performance on Friday from 8 PM to 10 PM at the Gallery Art Bar.

Illinois Public Media News Presents: Will Call – What’s Happening in Champaign-Urbana

January 11th to January 14th Event Guide

Thursday, January 11th

  • Live Jazz and Tarot Readings at Gallery Art Bar, Urbana
    • Jazz Performance: Nathaniel Ruiz and Friends, 8 PM – 10 PM
    • Tarot Readings: Azul Celeste, 7 PM – 9 PM

Friday, January 12th

  • The K tells Live at Rose Bowl Tavern, Urbana
    • Details: Champaign-based trio, classic R&B, rock and roll, soul from the 60s and 70s
    • Time: 8 PM – 11 PM
  • Back Porch Trio at Pour Brothers, Champaign
    • Details: Acoustic, easy listening, folk rock, country, and pop music from Decatur, Illinois
    • Time: 7 PM – 10 PM

Saturday, January 13th

  • Fish Tribute Band “Birds of a Feather” at Rose Bowl Tavern, Urbana
    • Genre: Funky, progressive, and psychedelic rock
    • Time: 8 PM
  • The Royal Hounds at Pippa’s Pub, Champaign
    • Details: Traditional country music with a rock and roll edge, originally a Nashville house band
    • Time: 8 PM
  • Dueling Pianos at Windjammer Lounge, Bloomington
    • Performance: Central Illinois Dueling Pianos
    • Details: A request and comedy-driven show
    • Time: 8 PM – 11 PM

Sunday, January 14th

  • Candy Foster Unplugged at Alto Vineyards, Champaign
    • Details: A relaxing session with blues music
    • Time: 2 PM – 4 PM

Additional Information:

For more details on these and other events around Central Illinois, visit IPM Newsroom and click on “Will Call”.

 

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