Last Friday, singer-songwriter-pianist (and recent transplant to Detroit) Vienna Teng performed a sold-out show at The Altamont Theatre. Xpress spoke to her, in advance of the concert, about her final tour before she takes a day job.
The Detroit-based singer-songwriter and pianist performs at The Altamont Theatre on Friday, Oct. 11.
Ed Jurdi and Gordy Quist of Band of Heathens play a special show as a duo at The Altamont Theatre on Saturday, Aug. 17.
Singer-songwriter James McCartney is currently in the midst of a 47-date U.S. tour in support of his new album, “Me.” He plays The Altamont Theatre on Tuesday, May 28. Risa Binder opens.
The Altamont Theatre continues its ongoing foray into funny with professional tennis player turned comedian Matt Kosta.
Local poet Barbie Angell launches her new book of “poems for children and the child-like,” with a Sunday, Sept. 30 event at Altamont Theatre. There’s a 6 p.m. set for children and a 7 p.m. set for everyone. David Earl also performs.
Nick Thune has built a career around pointing out the absurd and hilarious lurking in everyday life. His deadpan, conversational delivery is accompanied by gentle, lulling guitar — a style reminiscent of comedians like Zach Galifianakis and Mitch Hedberg — and Thune is especially adept at the art of one liners. Local audiences can laugh along when Thune performs four shows at The Altamont Theatre this weekend.