It’s almost a decade in the making. It captures the heart, the grit, the passion, and the talent – that fills Detroit. As we all know, Detroit has long been recognized as one of the pillars in the “rock and roll” movement and It Came From Detroit proves that the city’s legendary musical influences are still alive and beating today.
Inspired from the sounds of Jimi Hendrix to Nirvana to The Smiths to Radiohead, Almost Free is the Detroit trio band that can be hard to pin into any one category of music. Formed here in Metro Detroit, the band has been together for 10 years and consists of members Andy Bird (guitar, vocals, and lyrics), Bob Impemba (bass, synthesizer, and noise), and Garren Stevens (drums).
Between fronting the successful Detroit rock band The Sights and serving as one of the music directors at School of Rock, Eddie Baranek has his bases covered when it comes to contributing to Detroit’s rock ‘n’ roll past, present, and future. If you’ve seen Eddie perform live, his energy is contagious, and it’s no wonder he’s working to inspire young musicians to embrace their musical talents. When we told Eddie about our effort to put a spotlight on local film and music, he jumped on board without batting an eye…
A Motor City folk-rocker who unknowingly found fame an ocean away will be honored by his alma mater.
Sixto Rodriguez, acclaimed singer/songwriter and subject of the Oscar-winning “Searching for Sugar Man” will be returning to Detroit with his first post-Oscar show on May 18.
Detroit has a music scene exploding with talented musicians and bands.
All of the musical heavy hitters will be bringing their concert tours to the Detroit Metro area in 2013.
One of the big events going on in Metro Detroit this holiday weekend is Movement: The Electronic Music Festival on Hart Plaza.