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Mark your calendar today for these upcoming shows

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Tickets are now on sale for these events.

Sept. 10, Human Eye, Johnny Ill Band, Prude Boys at UFO Factory;; $10.

Oct. 3, Lianne La Havas at Saint Andrew's Hall;; Tickets are $22 advance/$25 day of show.

Oct. 14, the Misfits at Harpos;; Tickets are $20.

Oct. 30, Steve Gunn, James Elkington and Nathan Salsburg at Marble Bar;; Tickets are $28.50.

Oct. 31, Insane Clown Posse, P.O.D., Stitches, Young Wicked, Dope D.O.D.  at the Fillmore Detroit;; Tickets at $25, $32.50, $45.

Nov. 3, Meat Loaf at Sound Board;; Tickets range from $45 to $85.

Nov. 7, Chase Rice at the Fillmore Detroit;; Tickets at $20, $29.50, $45.

Nov. 8, Everclear at Saint Andrew's Hall;; Tickets are $22 advance/$25 day of show.

Jan. 14, Patti LaBelle, at Sound Board;; Tickets range from $50 to $85, and they go on sale on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m.

Jan. 24, "Shatner's World" with William Shatner, at Sound Board;; Tickets $48 to $63.

Feb. 19, 2016, Black Sabbath at the Palace of Auburn Hills;; Ticket prices unavailable at press time.

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