Music Education is a Four Letter Word

Music Education is a Four Letter Word By Samantha Etter Detroit Institute of Music Education is a hidden

Rock on the Range 2015

  Tis The Season… Festival Season! By Scotti Moore As the weather begins to warm and our bones

Remembering Doug Fieger: Interview with Geoffrey Fieger

  Story By Eric Harabadian   It’s hard to believe that this past Valentine’s Day marked the fifth

Alyssa Simmons

Alyssa Simmons by Julia Sikora Alyssa Simmons’ name has echoed through Detroit for well over a decade. And so has her voice. Strong and fierce with the smooth purity of classic pop/soul singers, Simmons’ vocals have carried her across the U.S. and back (thankfully) to Detroit, where she is sure the join the growing ranks

Garth Brooks

  Garth Brooks played his first show as a professional recording artist at the Detroit Downtown Hoedown back

Taken Aces: Ready to Explode

Every great Rock n’ Roll song has a break; Every great Rock n’ Roll band needs a break.

Dennis Reed II Strikes a Deal with Netflix

For Dennis Reed ll, the film industry is the natural next phase in his career. The accomplished author,

Film Star/Fighter/Family Man – Harley Wallen

For Swedish immigrant and recently sworn-in American citizen Harley Wallen, acting has always been his dream. In the

3rd Annual Gardenia Bluegrass & Roots Festival

3rd Annual Gardenia Bluegrass & Roots Festival returns to Royal Oak’s Farmers Market on Friday April 10, 2015.

Johnny Noodle King

At last, Detroit has a ramen restaurant

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