Feeling a bit drowsy by lunch time? Need a pick-me-up other than that over-priced, three-shot espresso you’re holding? What would you say to a summer concert series in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, featuring a new band each week, from an impressive list of artists? Oh, did we mention it was free?! (Yeah, that’s one of our favorite parts too.)
Singer-songwriter and pianist Ben Folds is headlining a charity concert to raise money for need-based scholarships to the University of Michigan.
It’s time to break out your “suit and tie,” because Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are coming to Ford Field.
The oft bizarrely dressed songstress has a tear in her right hip that is bad enough to require surgery and a lengthy recovery.
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band have added a series of new dates to their Rock And Roll Never Forgets 2013 Tour — including a stop in the Motor City.
Detroiter and famed gospel recording artist, the Rev. Marvin Winans is looking for someone to sing with him during a Super Bowl concert.
They’re the perennial favorites of heavy rock fans everywhere and this summer, it looks like Metallica will land on Belle Isle as part of the Orion Music and More Festival.
The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
“Music is the language of the world,” Fisher said. “It’s something everyone can feel and relate to. It’s a good way to bring a diverse group of people together to expose them to a cause.”
The Detroit Lions are teaming up with country music artist Randy Houser for a concert that’s paired with a team practice at Ford Field.