Bradley is arguably the greatest of all the lesser known singers to be rediscovered and hit the soul revival circuit. His work is absolutely world class in every way.
Tickets are still available for up and coming rockers Joywave at the Shelter. You should go! That video with the skateboards is awesome.
Madonna told the crowd at Joe Louis Arena "Detroit made me who I am today."
OK, not really. But a meme posted this morning has Bernie praising Detroit punk. And we can't stop laughing.
Our friends at Pitchfork Radio have revealed the first week of programming for their three week stay in the Cass Corridor. It looks very strong to us. Remember to tune in on your computer type device!
Our friend Duane the Brand New Dog is a little bit excited to finally get the chance to see his musical hero Madonna live in concert.
To answer your question, yes this was an absolute blast to shoot this cover! Many thanks for all the great musicians who participated.
For the last decade, D12 has been silent as a group. All the members have used the time to work on various solo projects and guest appearances.
Zen and the art of party maintenance
This "Handlebar Jam" thing tomorrow evening looks like a worthy event, chock full of future Detroit superstars. Also, you'll be supporting a very, very good cause.
The band today announced the rescheduled dates for their “THE WHO HITS 50!” North American tour, which was postponed earlier this month to allow lead singer Roger Daltrey time to recover from his recent bout with viral meningitis.
"It’s all made from a recording of a young boy burying his father. It’s very sad, very intense. You hear the young boy talking about his father, you hear the shovel digging the grave. I wrote that in the late '80s when I left El Salvador and I stopped playing it in ‘91 or ‘92 cause it was too sad."
The song is off their upcoming Hardly Art release The Agent Intellect, which we will be celebrating with an in-depth interview next week, and the band themselves will celebrate with two nights at the just-opened Marble Bar, on Oct. 9 and 10.
Cash and her band will perform her triple Grammy-winning 2014 album, The River and the Thread, an ode to the artist's Southern roots. Check back with us in a few days when we publish a short but revealing interview with her.
This evening I will be interviewing Jon Fine, the author of Your Band Sucks: What I Saw at Indie Rock's Failed Revolution (But Can No Longer Hear).
This morning we learned from the website All hip-Hop that Detroit hip-hop great Proof's mother Sherallene “Pepper” Holton-White has passed away. Proof passed away in 2006, of course, but Ms. Holton-White herself remained a fixture of the local scene.
Tickets are still available for Breaking Benjamin performing at the Fillmore tonight, Friday, September 25. Starset and 10 Years are also performing, so be sure to get there before it starts at 8 p.m.