This week’s playlist is to honor and recognize all of the national bands and artists that have roots in Detroit. Check out some of the big names who call Detroit home!
She’s already the most nominated female in GRAMMY history—and on Sunday, Beyoncé came one step closer to doing the same in the winners category, too.
Aretha Franklin’s music and legacy will live on for years to come, and we are proud to say she’s from Detroit. We’ve even dedicated this week’s Detroit Proud Playlist to her!
Even at 72, The Queen of Soul is giving one of the best singers of today a serious run for her money.
Hello Detroit Proud Playlist followers! Did you know that the Sony Cassette Walkman celebrated their 35th birthday on July 1st? Can you believe it’s been a whopping 35 years since Sony revolutionized the way we […]
We’ve created the perfect summer playlist – for all those Memorial Day BBQs, pool parties, family get-togethers – whatever you’re doing, we’re sure this playlist will get you in the summer celebration spirit!
Hey, hey, Detroit music lovers! Instead of digging deep into Detroit’s underground music scene, we thought we’d shine a light on all those that came before. You know, those big-time stars of the “D” that we have to thank for making Detroit one of the music staples of the world!
Get your pen and paper ready for this week’s edition of the DETROIT PROUD: Playlist, because you’ll definitely want to take note of the bands and artists we have this week! From alternative country to electronic-pop, to folk-noir to 1920s inspired acoustic blues, there’s a little something for every music lover out there.
Anyone chosen for this very plum mentoring situation can be sure of one thing: You’ll get plenty of R-E-S-P-E-C-T.