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1 hr ago | MLive.com
Detroit is not an easy town for musicians, but then Detroit is not an easy town for anyone.
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5 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Presenters La MaMa and St. Ann's Warehouse, and producers piece by piece productions, Mabou Mines and Dovetail Productions-all ardent and longtime supporters of the "bad boy of avant-garde theater" Lee Breuer -unite for the World Premiere of Breuer's epic magnum opus, La Divina Caricatura.
9 hrs ago | All About Jazz
Sylvester Stewart is a maddening guy. Both a cock of the walk and abjectly self-destructive, the man better known as Sly Stone, leader of the Family Stone, psychedelicized funk better, or at least more notoriously, than anyone else as the 1960s collapsed into the 1970s.
"There are a few magical studios with such amazing sound that they have become sort of sonic temples for musicians who dream of making musical pilgrimages to them.
"This story could be viewed as a rant or a litany of complaints. Frankly, my dear in the words of Scarlett O' Hara from Gone with the Wind, 'We Don't Give a Damn'.
If you follow the blues, you have heard many guitarists, but none like Clarence Spady.
Soul School, one of the busier acts in town, has dozens of covers in its repertoire, everything from Motown and R&B tunes to soul and funk to disco and hip-hop.
Dec. 04--When a man loves a city, he's got to make a movie about it. At least that's the case for Michael Bolton, whose latest passion project is a documentary about Detroit and its potential for resurgence.
It's a relative thing, obviously, given the context, but pushed to choose my favourite X Factor/Britain's Got Talent/Voice UK album, it would be Heaven by Rebecca Ferguson.
After Diana Ross left the Supremes in 1970, a move that was inevitable, Mary Wilson, the only original member, and Cindy Birdsong, Florence Ballard's replacement, were left to figure out how to move on.
Does it make any sense that Motown legend Dionne Warwick is being compensated by digital music services when they use her recording of "I'll Never Love This Way Again" but not for her recordings of "Walk On By" , "I Say a Little Prayer" or "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" ? Similarly, should The Temptations be compensated for the use of their ... (more)
Locally soulful singer-songwriter Walter Tragert says, "When folks ask me the age-old question - 'Beatles or Stones?'- my response is always 'Marvin Gaye.'
Tuesday marks Leona Lewis' long-awaited return to U.S. retailers, as the "Bleeding Love" singer has offered "Christmas, With Love," her debut holiday release, through Syco/RCA Records.
He's been rockin' on for nearly 40 years but it seems enduring favourite Michael Bolton still likes to keep his fans on their toes and his next album will see him taking a meander into Motown and pairing up with Leona Lewis.