Music

Sheila Landis & Rick Matle: “Detroit’s Dynamic Jazz Duo”

Like clockwork, every Sunday at 6:30pm for the past couple years singer-songwriter/ percussionist Sheila Landis and multi-faceted guitarist Rick Matle have plied their musical...

Favorite Opera Arias

I grew up in a family listening to classical music and opera. My mother was a classical pianist who loved opera. As an adult...

Jazz Legend David Sanborn Tribute

One of the most popular and versatile jazz saxophone players of the last six decades, David Sanborn will be greatly missed. David Sanborn was...

Best Classical Relaxation Music – Part Two

There are many beautiful short pieces of classical music that are very relaxing and good for reflection, meditation, stress reduction, and enjoyment. Many of...

The Life (and Afterlife) of the Velvet Underground – Book Review

Loaded by Dylan Jones Captures the Voices Orbiting the Most Important Band of the Avante-garde Counterculture: The Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol. Let’s get two things...

Kathy Kosins: An Uncovered Soul

It is that intersection of jazz and soul that defines native Detroiter Kathy Kosins’ unique sound. She is a multi-award-winning vocalist that has maintained...

Bob Dylan in ‘White Face’

In January of 1974 Bob Dylan played at Crisler Arena on the University of Michigan campus. It was one of the dates on his...

Jazz, Blues & Alternate Views – Part 5

Leo Lyons/Hundred Seventy Split “Movin’ On” Flatiron Recordings Leo Lyons is a living legend. The bassist/producer/songwriter first gained fame in the ‘60s with the British band Ten...

Great Broadway Romantic Songs – Part Two

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part two of a series. Part one can be found HERE. Everyone loves the great romantic show-stopper songs from Broadway and...

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