Detroit’s Dirty Americana artist Jackie Stahl is back with a new album! Jackie Stahl and his band The White Russians just released a nine-song album called “Time.” They will be debuting the new album at a concert on Friday, November 13, 8 p.m. at Sinbad’s Sohar Room.

A full night of music is in store for you featuring:

Opening the show is bluesy Americana act Bixy Lutz who will return to their hometown of Detroit to play a set of songs off their album “The Thread.”

Next is the one-man band called Dude featuring Tony Denardo of The Muggs debuting his new solo project.

Jackie Stahl and The White Russians Take the stage at 11 p.m. to perform songs from the new album and old songs as well. The band plays what they describe as “Dirty Americana” music, influenced by Detroit rock, country, blues, jazz, and soul.

Closing out the evening is Moneypenny – a local group known for their unique versions of James Bond Theme Songs. The band features musicians Tamara Finlay, Paul Flis and Jeff Moates.

Jackie Stahl & The White Russians is the project of veteran musician Matthew Stahl whose vast work includes playing drums in the bands The Blue Collar Boys, Catfish Mafia, Bixy Lutz, and Jennifer Westwood & The Waycross Georgia Farmboys, just to name a few. After learning to play the piano, he began writing and recording songs in his home studio. He has since released three albums of original songs “Jackie Does Love” in 2013 and six-song covers EP called “Used” in February of 2015 followed by the release of the new album “Time.” His music has been featured on radio stations worldwide.

Sinbad’s is located at 100 St. Clair Street in Detroit. Bar: 313-822-8000 21& over patrons welcome. Cover for the show is $10. CDs will be for sale for $10.

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