Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 3/09This week's playlist revisits some old favorites...and introduces a few new faces to our Detroit Proud Playlist to get your week started off right. Check them out!
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 11/03These 10 bands and artists have definitely earned their spot on the Detroit Proud Weekly Playlist, time and time again, because of their unique style, dedication, and overall greatness.
Detroit Proud Playlist - Special "DETROIT The Album" Edition - Week of 3/31Welcome back, Detroit Proud music fans, to this week’s edition of the Detroit Proud Playlist. We’ve done something special this week, featuring only a set of songs from one album. Why only one album, you ask? Well, this isn’t your typical album – it's 40 Detroit artists collaborating in 10 groups to make 10 original songs…all about Detroit. Needless to say, it has more than sparked our interest…
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 2/17Week after week we’re committed to searching, listening, and bringing you the best of what our city has to offer…in terms of music, that is. This week, in our playlist,we’ve brought in a few new names, sprinkled in some well-known favorites, and explored other tracks from local bands we’ve seen before.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 1/6From old favorites with new-releases, to brand new artists…we’ve compiled a list set to start off anyone’s New Year right.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 10/14 - Special Fallout Fest EditionThis week’s Detroit Proud playlist is a flashback to this past weekend’s Fallout Fest 2013 – Detroit’s newest music festival featuring an eclectic set list of some of Detroit’s best! Our playlist is jam-packed with some of the highlights from the night…So, in case you missed the Fest this past Saturday – or if you just want it on repeat – this playlist is for you!
DETROIT PROUD: George Morris and The Gypsy Chorus“I think you can be inspired by anything.” George Morris has been writing music since he was in high school, first in a style known as “bedroom pop.” Why? Well, he would write and record it all in his bedroom, all on his own. “Everyday interactions, books,” George says. He pulls inspiration from everything around him. He jokes “even romantic comedies. You just have to keep your eyes open.”