From old favorites with new-releases, to brand new artists…we’ve compiled a list set to start off anyone’s New Year right.
Lost Voices was born in 2006 when Ball, an author, syndicated humor columnist, and folk musician, started a creative writing class for the young men at the W. J. Maxey Boys Training School in Whitmore Lake.
The Detroit Proud Playlist is back again – this week we’re dropping a few new names to the scene. What a better way to celebrate Detroit (and keep yourself on the up-and-up with what’s hot) than to jam away to a set list of the best of the best our city has to offer?
Flo Rida closes out a huge show the only way possible, as he kills it with “How I Feel.”
“I don’t care if somebody’s the President or not. I care about thoughts and how you helpin’ people and what you bring to the world. My music brings joy to people. What I create brings joy to people. And I’m about people.”
Alt-Rock band, Atlas Genius performed their hit single, “If So” on Tuesday night’s Arsenio Hall. The Australian Band consists of brothers Keith Jeffery & Michael Jeffery and Darren Sell.
Neo soul one man band extraordinaire Bernhoft blew the roof off this place all by himself.
Just in time for Halloween, we’ve got your party playlist all set for you! This week’s edition of Detroit Proud Playlist features some of the most notable musical artists from Detroit and a list-full of up and comers.
Ron Isley and Kem performance of ‘My Favorite Thing’ on The Arsenio Hall Show.
Husband and wife duo Thompson Square closed the show out with “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About.”