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St. Jerome's Laneway Festival

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Makes its U.S. Debut in Detroit

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is scheduled to make its U.S. debut – could you take a guess at which city it might be headed to? No, it’s not the “typical” cities, New York City or Los Angeles – they’ve chosen Detroit. St. Jerome’s annual Laneway Festival – that grew out of Australia and became one of the biggest musical festivals in the world – will celebrate this year here in Metro Detroit at the Meadow Brook Music Theater on Saturday, September 14th.

CBS 62–09/11/2013

"Josh Draws Himself"

DETROIT PROUD: Josh Malerman

Josh Malerman – you probably know the name from the band The High Strung – he provides the lead vocals and guitar for the Detroit adventure-rock band. Maybe you’ve heard their song “The Luck You Got” as the theme song for the Showtime show, Shameless?

CBS 62–08/14/2013

Melina Marie

DETROIT PROUD: Melina Marie

CBS 62 got the chance to speak with Melina Marie to find out what moves her, why she writes music, and what she’s up to now!

CBS 62–08/13/2013

Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr

DETROIT PROUD: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

Deciding to shine a Detroit Proud spotlight on Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. was a no-brainer. The duo, comprised of Metro Detroit natives Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott, have achieved national acclaim, yet still stay true to their roots right here in the D. In fact, a recent viral video features Josh and Daniel listing “Reasons Why Detroit Is Awesome” – which WE think is pretty…well…awesome.

CBS 62–08/07/2013

The Sights

The Sights Release Compilation of Tour Diaries from Their Tour with Tenacious D

The Detroit band, The Sights, is set to release their compilation of tour diaries from their US and European tour with fun-time rockers Tenacious D. The 270-page tour diary was written by the front man of The Sights, Eddie Baranek.

CBS 62–07/24/2013

Scott Allen

DETROIT PROUD: Scott Allen

“We all have real jobs now and do the ‘grown-up’ thing, but this is my way to break free from that – we just love music.” You may remember the name Scott Allen from the band Thunderbirds Are Now! – the Metro Detroit band that made a name for themselves in the early 2000s, signing with French Kiss Records and touring throughout Europe, America, and parts of Australia at a very young age.

CBS 62–07/24/2013

(credit: mittenfest.org)

21 bands, 3 stages, and 1 great cause: S’Mittenfest – Detroit’s Newest Summer Tradition

Mittenfest fans, listen up: this year, the annual tradition that celebrates music, culture, and generates money for good cause has a new edition to the festivities: S’Mittenfest. The kickoff for the newest Detroit summer tradition will be headlined with 21 bands – 20 of which are from Michigan and 1 from Ohio – and all proceeds will go to help fund the non-profit organization 826 Michigan. Mittenfest, 826 Michigan’s winter festival, has been a successful 7-year running tradition in Detroit and has managed to raise over $75,000 in support of its free programs for school aged children.

CBS 62–07/18/2013

Left to right: Bryan Squires, Cameron Navetta, Daniel Bowron, Mike Daniele (credit: Brittany Haney)

DETROIT PROUD: Jet Rodriguez

“The fact that it’s got such a great history makes me want to be a part of it, in some small way. It may never ever work out that way, but when it’s all said and done, I would like to have in some way made a fingerprint on the culture of this city, and the attitude toward it. It also holds us to a certain standard musically.” Those are the words of Cameron Navetta, acoustic guitar and vocals for the Detroit band Jet Rodriguez, speaking of Detroit’s renowned music scene.

CBS 62–07/09/2013

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Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of July 8

Welcome to the first of many, Detroit-inspired playlists. Each week we are digging through all of the talent in local and well-known Detroit musicians to put together a mix of Detroit style, Detroit groove, and Detroit rock – with everything from the beloved classic hits to the local numbers you hear at our own Metro Detroit venues.

CBS 62–07/08/2013

Woodman

DETROIT PROUD: Frank Woodman

Frank Woodman was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut – but today, he calls himself “Detroit Proud.” Frank moved to Metro Detroit in 1976 with his mother. He remembers getting off the train at the glorious Michigan Central train station in Corktown waiting for his grandmother to pick them up. “I always try to imagine the hustle and bustle of travelers back in the day,” says Frank.

CBS 62–07/01/2013

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Some of music’s biggest talents hail from Detroit – get to know some of these terrific artists…and learn some fun facts you might not know about your faves!

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