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Take These for a Spin

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!
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Wash Your Hands to These 16 Songs By Artists with Metro Detroit Roots

Scrub along to hits like “Lose Yourself” by Eminem, Alice Cooper's “School's Out,” or “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
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Theo Katzman on How His Time in Michigan Impacts His Music

The singer-songwriter, known for his work with the funk-pop group Vulfpeck, recently released his first solo album
Billy Strings

Bluegrass Artist Billy Strings Stays True to His Michigan Roots

Home isn’t just one place for this rising star
Laurie Love, Olivia Millerschin, Emma Guzman, Sam Austins, Raye Williams

Jay-Z’s Streaming Service Tidal Makes a Splash in Detroit

Detroit-area musicians will be the first to receive awards from Tidal's new grant program

Sing Your Heart Out at these Metro Detroit Karaoke Bars

What song will you choose?

Hanson Is All Grown Up and Back on Tour

One of the group’s members reflects on working with his siblings and why they love playing in metro Detroit — despite receiving a death threat during a previous visit
Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper on Why He’s Proud to be a Detroiter

The rock icon talks about the importance of hometown pride
Matt and Kim

Why Metro Detroit Is One of Indie Band Matt and Kim’s Favorite Places

The duo’s vocalist and keyboard player talks touring their sophomore album in full and the cult-like popularity of the song “Daylight” 
Carly Pearce

Country Singer Carly Pearce on Her New Single and Touring with Jason Aldean

The “Closer to You” artist plays DTE Energy Music Theatre this weekend
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Kanye West’s Sunday Service Show in Detroit Sells Out in 10 Minutes

The free performance will be held at Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre on Sept. 27
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The All-American Rejects Aren’t Sick of The Hits

Rhythm guitarist Mike Kennerty speaks with 'Hour Detroit' before the band's Arts, Beats and Eats performance

Stanley Clarke Gears Up for Detroit Jazz Festival’s 40th Anniversary

Plus, a roundup of other performers you don't want to miss
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Photo Diary: Mo Pop 2019

A look back at the festival's performers

The Standout Street Style Looks We Saw at Mo Pop 2019

Concert goers sported their festival best
Jesse Palter

Singer-Songwriter Jesse Palter Returns to Her Roots to Unveil Her Debut Album

The Detroit native isn’t your typical pop-princess
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Neil Giraldo’s Three Chord Bourbon Is Inspired by Rock N’ Roll Sounds

There's nothing but good vibrations for this Michigan-made spirit
Cassedee Pope

Cassadee Pope Is Preparing for an Energetic Performance at Michigan’s Faster Horses

As the country music star gets ready for her set at the three-day festival, she reflects on her new material, the songwriting process, and her evolution as an artist

The Messenger Birds Prepare to Shred at Mo Pop

The sought-after Detroit duo will play at the West Riverfront festival for the first time this month
Rockin' on the Riverfront

Rock out on the Riverfront With The Marshall Tucker Band and Loverboy

The groups are just a couple of the scheduled performers for Chevrolet’s annual summer concert series