Yesterday marked the 25th anniversary of the death of guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan. Recently inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with his band, Double Trouble, Vaughan gained notoriety in the ‘80s for ushering in a blues resurrection with original classics like “Pride and Joy” and “The Sky is Crying.”
This is your chance to own some very cool wearable artifacts and donate to a good cause — helping to fund the establishment and preservation of the Naomi Petersen Photo Archive.
"KYBM" stands for "Keep Your Body Moving" — which is what you'll probably be doing when you hear Olanarian's latest track.
Tickets go on sale Mon., August 31 at 10 a.m. for the just-announced Paul McCartney concert at Joe Louis Arena on Wed., October 21 for his 'Out There' tour, during which Macca is laying songs from the breadth of his career.
A recording artists and label head tells us: "Techno and house are set apart from EDM because there is an inherent struggle linked to the music."
"Someone said it used to sound like it was made in '83. But now it sounds like it was made in '91 or '92."
We come bearing more excellent news for Detroit area music fans. Tickets are now on sale for the following events.
As a preview for Apollo Brown’s highly anticipated 'Grandeur' album, check out the single for “Not That Guy” which features NY’s own Your Old Droog.
Ross competes against all of the show's previous contestants as part of the show's #SBAllStars season.
The beat and the Irishman
On Monday, Diplo tweeted that they are looking for local "young couples" for a video shoot in Detroit.
It’s no secret that J Dilla has become more popular to mainstream music fans in death. He’s the constant “your favorite producer's favorite producer.” Illa J acknowledges that the rise in attention to his brother’s legacy is great. But some artists and emcees just want to capitalize off the late beat maker’s name and sound.
Four out of five hackeysacks for effort; they seem to know what people want to hear, and play it well
Whether you've been a fan of this creative juggernaut for years, or you just love that "Can't Feel My Face" song (or both), you might want to consider attending this event.
Aretha Franklin and the Isley Brothers more than delivered at Chene Park this weekend.
How do you not like Kid Rock? Let us count the ways ...
Humble Design is a non-profit dedicated to helping homeless families in need. Frankie Ballard is a rising star in country music. This benefit looks like a very worthy event.
"All together, LSPPMC is an end of the summer tape by a group of young men trying to expand the city's sonic palette." Bravo! Please do check this out if you have a spare minute.