After 67 years of touring, the last original member of The group is itching to end his COVID-19-induced hiatus
Plus, a roundup of artistic events to check out in October
The museum's new photography exhibit showcases images from the last two decades of the annual event
The 2020 event will feature performances by artists such as Robert Glasper, Pharoah Sanders, and the Rodney Whitaker Sextet
"Now: Future" will include pop-up musical performances in Detroit neighborhoods and online film premiers
The museum aims to help young artists amplify their voices through virtual clinics, mini lessons, and a private songwriting session
After beating cancer, the jazz artist is finding his groove in Ann Arbor
The multi-hyphenate entertainer reveals the message behind her new release and how it pays homage to her hometown of Detroit
His latest project features Sadelle Moore, StockX's lead footwear authenticator
The Detroit indie rocker leans into sleeplessness and anxiety on her new album
A look at the Franklin family feud
Whether making them, selling them, or simply spinning them, Detroit is teeming with people who are passionate about records
Music writer, jazz fan, lover of records and the places that sell them
high-end or vintage?
Admirer of the obscure
The owners of Paramita Sound are purveyors of ’tangible things’
The DJ is still unboxing his 1,500-piece vinyl collection
A techno legend with a taste for "Honey"
Stepping into a record store can be a bit intimidating for the casual consumer or the vinyl virgin. So much music … where to begin? In the spirit of National Record Store Day — an annual celebration of vinyl and its independent purveyors around the world, happening this year on June 20 — we asked owners and staff at nine local shops to share their recommendations for records worth adding to your collection. Happy hunting!
Scrub along to hits like “Lose Yourself” by Eminem, Alice Cooper's “School's Out,” or “Respect” by Aretha Franklin