Charlie Dentel spent time playing and learning music over the Western world Coast before time for his hometown of Ann Arbor, MI, where he launched his single career in the first 2000s. The vocalist/songwriter/pianist committed his lifestyle to music at a age group and toured the Midwest university circuit using the music group Juice as an adolescent. He remaining Ann Arbor for SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1991 and continued to be there until 1994, carrying out at the Heaven Lounge and underneath from the Hill alongside such performers as Stephen Yerkey and Joe Gore. Then shifted to Seattle to review jazz and 20th hundred years structure at Cornish University from the Arts. While there, he performed at such locations because the Crocodile Cafe as well as the Alright Hotel. Then moved back again to Ann Arbor and shaped the music group Five Lot Creek in 1997 with guitarist Brian Delaney. The music group performed at lots of the college or university town’s top locations, and quickly afterward Dentel went it only in 2001, individually liberating his debut recording, Walls of Rock, which was made by Delaney (after that of Ann Arbor’s Royal Backyard Trio) and presented a folk/gospel establishing. Dentel came back in 2003 with Innocent Issues, a jazzy cooperation with the Engine Town Horns, and continuing to perform through the entire Ann Arbor region, like the Ann Arbor Summer season Festival as well as the Ypsilanti Heritage Event.