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Flint Eastwood to Debut ‘Broke Royalty’ EP in Detroit

Detroit native and musician Flint Eastwood will unveil her newest EP in the Fisher Building lobby tonight before embarking on a spring and summer...

Ann Arbor Folk Festival Celebrates 40 Years

For its 40th year, the Ark Folk Music Festival is encouraging roots music fans to “find their folk."Thousands of folk music lovers are expected to...

New Doc Takes a Psychedelic Look Back at The Stooges

On Tuesday, the DIA's Detroit Film Theatre hosted the local premiere of Gimme Danger, a documentary about the influential Michigan rock 'n' roll band...

Honestly Solid Effort

Thornetta Davis discusses her first recording in 20 years

Notes from the DIA’s Prince tribute dance party

Everyone was different, but purple was their common denominator. Purple shirts, purple pants, purple hearts — the color played a not-so-secret game of peekaboo...

Labor Day Weekend Alert!

Stay home this Labor Day weekend and enjoy one of the area’s biggest local events — the Detroit Jazz Festival.

CD Review: Ethan Daniel Davidson’s ‘Silvertooth’

On Davidson’s first new album in seven years, the newly settled folk troubadour weaves a number of classic struggles throughout.

Hat Trick: Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Kid Rock, and Henry the Hatter Join Forces

When Kid Rock teams up with the DSO at the Fox Theatre May 12, the musicians will be sporting dapper fedoras from Detroit’s Henry the Hatter.

CD Review: Kathy Kosins’ ‘To the Ladies of Cool’

Metro Detroit native Kathy Kosins tips her hat to the West Coast Cool Jazz style of the 1950s.

Matt Stawski Takes Us Behind the Scenes at the Grammys

As a nominee for directing Cee Lo Green in the music video for “F*** You,” Matt Stawski attended the Feb. 13 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The 26-year-old Warren native and Cousino High School graduate offered a behind-the-scenes take on the experience, including what it’s like to lose to Lady Gaga.

A Swan Song to Joan Sutherland, a Detroit Favorite

Dame Joan Sutherland, who died on Oct. 10 at the age of 83, was such a force of nature that she could, in fact, compete with nature.