This week’s Detroit Proud Playlist is another special edition – this time, featuring bands from Jack White’s ‘Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit’ compilation album! Check it out…
“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.”
Hip hop fans, we’re calling your name! We’ve packed this week’s playlist with all types of hip-hop…and it’s sure to make you jump out of your seat and move! Of course, we’ve thrown in a few rock and pop bands, too, just in case hip-hop is not your thing!
During a recent stop on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, Beyoncé performed a tribute to Detroit.
Don’t let the name fool you, ladies and gentlemen, The Pathetic Sounds of Detroit is anything but, well…pathetic. Instead, The Pathetic Sounds of Detroit, created by Joshua Woodcock and Lee Majors, is intended to be a follow-up to Jack White’s The Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit, the 2001 compilation album that achieved great acclaim and featured many of the biggest up and coming bands of Detroit at the time, including The White Stripes, The Von Bondies, and The Detroit Cobras.