Noontime Concert Series

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Sponsored by Compuware - Paul Dozier
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Skillman

Detroit summers are memorable for lots of wonderful outdoor concerts with beautiful music of all genres.  As the seasons change, we invite you to come inside and enjoy some great music with us at the Compuware Noontime Concert Series, hosted by the Detroit Public Library - Skillman Branch.  Breakaway from that ordinary lunchtime routine and join us every third Wednesday of the month from October through June.

Paul Dozier

Multi-talented singer, songwriter, composer and musician, Paul Dozier plays the guitar, bass drums and saxophone like he invented the instruments.  His performances range from smooth jazz to contemporary Christian music. Dozier has performed all over the United States and the Caribbean.

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