Detroit has an impressive lineup of weekend events, filled with music from all types of local artists – even on this seemingly ho-hum mid-March weekend. So, go on, which one will you be attending? Check them out!
From rock ‘n’ roll to dubstep to Detroit covering Detroit, we’ve got the list you need to stay fresh on what’s happening in the Detroit music scene this weekend.
On December 5th, local buildOn student members are partnering up with local musicians to put on an Indie(PEN)dence Benefit Concert to benefit our global community. It’s sure to be a night filled with some of the most talented local indie bands, rocking out to raise money for a great goal.
The third annual Detroit Oktoberfest, will take place on October 4th, from 5pm to 1am at The Artist Village in downtown Detroit. Celebrate community arts & music at this terrific benefit!
Between producing, performing, writing, and being the heart of Five30 Music, artist Charlie Beans can do it all.
CBS 62 caught up with Charlie Beans to discuss his music, his label, and his passion for Detroit. Check it out!
Detroit Proud was hard pressed to find a local band that was more primed to shine on the national stage than Detroit-based Kaleido. Check out our interview with lead singer Christina Chriss!
With driving guitar melodies, touches of Americana, and flashes of power pop, The Paper Sound have cultivated a sound that is uniquely their own….and it’s lighting up Detroit. CBS 62 has an exclusive first-listen to a new track!
Covered acts range from the nationally‐acclaimed Grand Funk Railroad and The Supremes, to local favorites like The Hard Lessons and Phantasmagoria.
Anna Gordy Gaye, former wife of the late Marvin Gaye and sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr, has died at her Los Angeles home.
The future of Detroit is looking super bright…literally. Have you seen the colorful lights up and down Woodward Avenue? The holiday spirit is in the air!