It’s always exciting when a Detroit band gets to shine on a national stage. Detroit’s own Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas will be doing just that, tonight on CBS 62, as the featured musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman!
Detroit Proud is highlighting one of the ghoulishly groovy parties in town – Creepy Cheapy Halloween Treat at The Crofoot in Pontiac! Share the Halloween spirit with more than 15 bands on three stages along with a packed costume-clad crowd, TONIGHT!
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!
One of Detroit’s greatest traditions, Dally in the Alley, is back once again for its 37th anniversary, this Saturday, September 6th! Celebrate life and the arts in one of Detroit’s most culturally rich neighborhoods. Dally […]
In a weekend lineup which included staple superstars, some local Detroit talent was ready to be noticed.
Live music, hot dogs, and vinyl – sounds like a pretty dreamy Sunday, right? That’s exactly what locals will find at the first-ever New Fortune Fest, coming to Hamtramck’s New Dodge Lounge this Sunday, May 25th.
Forty musicians, broken into ten groups…tasked with writing ten original songs…in three months. Crazy? Maybe a little. Awesome? YES. CBS 62 had the chance to catch up with Derek John – a local gallery owner, familiar face in the Detroit music scene, and oh yeah…the mastermind behind DETROIT the Album. Check it out!
This will be my second year participating in DETROIT by DETROIT, and I couldn’t be happier. Last year, I teamed up with my good friend Omar Aragones to cover Mayer Hawthorne. Omar and I decided to do something a bit different this year; we plan on covering Detroit artist Sixto Rodriguez.
Imagine Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin’,” Lil Jon’s “Get Low,” and “Root Down” by the Beastie Boys…played in the style of folk music. Awesome, right?
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.