How Doug Brown & the Omens helped Bob Griffin win his U.S. Senate seat.
In this week's issue, MT sister paper the Cleveland Scene dives into the Rock Hall's super secret voting process, and go behind the scenes of the museum, a place where Eminem's underwear are on display like a saintly relic.
Have you heard this new track from Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas yet?
Jack White's new solo tour will consist of $3 shows, each announced the same day they're taking place. These will be his last shows "for a long period of time," so best of luck to all fans who hope to attend.
Check out the schedule for Metro Times' Blowout 18.
Death will release their first new material.
Ben Blackwell (from the Dirtbombs, Cass Records and Third Man) has found the earliest known write-up of Detroit's proto-punk icons Death!
The packed house last week was amped up for a rapper who is more known for being a laid-back rhyme slinger than some mosh pit messiah.
It's one a.m. and I just got home from the Prince show at the Fox Theatre in Detroit. It was every bit as amazing as you think it would be. Easily the craziest show I've seen in my life.
Spin brings Afrika Bambaataa to Bert's Warehouse May 23. See you there!
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One week from this Saturday, Providence's art-noise kings Lightning Bolt will play the Loving Touch in Ferndale. Tickets appear to still be available.
Advance tickets are still only $20 for the four-night event, which takes place in Hamtramck, Detroit and Ferndale, at multiple venues, starting April 29.
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