PJ’s Lager House
There are many great bars to meet up with friends on Black Wednesday in Detroit.
Detroit has a storied past that includes many historical bars that everyone should check out.
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).
Don’t let the name fool you, ladies and gentlemen, The Pathetic Sounds of Detroit is anything but, well…pathetic. Instead, The Pathetic Sounds of Detroit, created by Joshua Woodcock and Lee Majors, is intended to be a follow-up to Jack White’s The Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit, the 2001 compilation album that achieved great acclaim and featured many of the biggest up and coming bands of Detroit at the time, including The White Stripes, The Von Bondies, and The Detroit Cobras.
Corktown, Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, has many bars that have a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere.
Detroit is a city full of secrets and its bars are no exception. At these top secret haunts, you won’t even need to don a disguise to retain your anonymity.
This year Valentine’s Day comes on a Tuesday but just because it comes on a weekday does not mean that there is any lack of things to do to celebrate the day in the Detroit area.
Looking for some cool art or hot music in Detroit? Well, look no further — here’s a list of the best places in Detroit to take in underground music and art including St. Andrews Hall, PJ
The third annual “Show The Love Media Mixer and Benefit” is sponsored by the Detroit chapters of the National Association of Black Journalists (DC-NABJ) and the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).
Detroit has some of the best places to experience live music, like The Fillmore, the Emerald Ballroom, and more.