Billy Strings threw a barn burning hootenanny full of blazing bluegrass at the Intersection in Grand Rapids with special guest Mark Lavengood.
The house was packed to hear an outstanding set of music from Katelynn Corll at 20 Front Street in Lake Orion with a few special friends.
A musical spookatcular was hosted by the Lucid Furs at W.Cross Street Bar and Grill in Ypsilanti on the Friday-eve of Halloween.
With an intoxicating bite of sweet Americana, the Michigan Rattlers charmed the crowd at Sonic Lunch in Ann Arbor.
Whiskey Charmers were plying their wares from their new album ‘The Valley’ at Top of the Park in Ann Arbor.
A beautiful Michigan summer afternoon became sublime with a captivating performance by Kate Peterson at Top of the Park in Ann Arbor, MI.
Fuzz Fest took a turn toward the cerebral on the final day of this annual rock bash at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI.
Fuzz Fest the annual rock extravaganza returned for a second day of high amplitude music to resonate your soul at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.
Fuzz Fest, the annual celebration of music that worships the distorted and cosmic edge of rock music was at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.
In late April, a car load of Yankees made a road trip to Nashville. We returned to Michigan with new cowboy boots, a slight hangover and an eagerness to return.
On May 13, The Dark Alley Cycle Shop in Marshall, Michigan threw an open house to show off the revamped shop with great beer, food, and music. We stopped by and interviewed Cabe and Lance. They shared a bit more about their vision for the shop, what sets them apart from other cycle shops, and if they anticipate partnering with a dealership. (That got them a bit sidetracked!)
We sat down with Chris and Aubrey Martinson, the owners of the Chelsea Alehouse, to talk about beer, music, and life in Michigan.
We had the opportunity to chat with Jeff Daniels about playing at the Chelsea Alehouse, his music, and Michigan.
Chelsea Alehouse was full of stories, music, and laughter as Jeff Daniels and his guitar entertained a sold-out crowd.
The Ann Arbor Brawlstars had the cure for St. Patty’s Day hangovers with a rock benefit at the Crossroads Pub featuring a bevy of marvelous local bands.