Hello, hello, Detroit Proud Playlist fans, we’ve got something pretty cool in store for you this week. How many of you have heard of the annual DIY Street Fair in Ferndale? Since its start in [...]
MO POP boasts an impressive line-up – and among big names like Young The Giant, Cold War Kids, and Tokyo Police Club, we spotted Detroit’s own Flint Eastwood. We were lucky enough to chat with front-gal Jax Anderson in advance of their MO POP appearance this weekend. Check it out!
Our Detroit Proud Playlist comes together each week with one goal: to share songs from the talented and admired musicians (and bands) from the Detroit area with the community. See who we picked this week!
Happy St. Patty’s day, Detroit Proud music lovers! To kick off this week’s festivities (or to wrap up from the weekend’s shenanigans), we’ve created the perfect playlist that will make you look like an expert in what’s what around Detroit.
‘Tis the season for film! With all those fancy Hollywood film celebrations happening, we thought we could shine a light on what’s going on in our community… so film fans, rejoice! CW50 is here for you, once again.
From bands to crafts to BBQ, check out what went down in Ferndale this weekend at 2013’s DIY Street Fair! We’ve got this year’s #DIYSF re-cap, in words and pictures from…YOU!
Coming in strong for the second week of September…we’ve loaded this week’s playlist with poppy-beats, fresh hip hop, and even sprinkled in a few repeat-offenders…
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.
Back for its third year, the Metro Times Pig & Whiskey festival is kicking off their weekend of fun, food, drinks, games, and local music, tonight in downtown Ferndale. Once again, Metro Times is partnering with Woodward Avenue Brewers to close off East Troy Street for this 2.5 day-long festival.
Detroit musicians Flint Eastwood recently challenged Andrew WK to come “party” with them, and with the help of fans (and social media), Andrew WK got the message – and accepted!