Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 4/18This week we have a variety of Detroit artists from the familiar to the unfamiliar! We're here to bridge the gap between artist and listener, so bands like these can get the recognition they deserve.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 11/16We're getting into the holiday season and all we want to do is listen to local music (and maybe some holiday music, but not until after Thanksgiving, because any sooner than that is just plain silly!). Don't know what to get your super picky family for the holidays? Just send them this link. It's what they've always wanted. We wouldn't lie.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 9/14This week, we're sending you off into the sunset of a beautiful, rainy weekend with a quick playlist you don't want to miss. It's short, sweet and guaranteed to kick-start your day.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 1/19 - Special "Detroit Blues" Edition!We’ve decided to dedicate this week's Detroit Proud Playlist to five of the most notable Detroit blues musicians – so get your history on, and check them out!
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 10/20 - Special Motown EditionFor this week’s Detroit Proud playlist, we thought we’d dedicate it to some of Motown’s best and most influential artists and groups…
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Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 6/02 - Special Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Edition!Did you know that Detroit boasts a long list of bands, artists, and performers who have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Learn more about 10 of them in this week's Detroit Proud Playlist!
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 2/03
Smokey Shares His Experience With MLK in Motown"He was regal." That's what Smokey Robinson said about MLK, Monday Night on the THE ARSENIO HALL SHOW. Smokey shared his experience meeting Martin Luther King back in '63 at Hitsville USA.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 12/02Hey, 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!
DETROIT PROUD: Frank WoodmanFrank Woodman was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut – but today, he calls himself “Detroit Proud.” Frank moved to Metro Detroit in 1976 with his mother. He remembers getting off the train at the glorious Michigan Central train station in Corktown waiting for his grandmother to pick them up. “I always try to imagine the hustle and bustle of travelers back in the day,” says Frank.