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pronoun @ Saint Andrews Hall

One-woman band, pronoun (Alyse Vellturo) premiered her new single ‘wrong’ (Rhyme and Reason Records) on NPR and today, she arrives with the visuals for the song, premiering exclusively on Clash Music. ‘wrong’, the second single from her debut album, set to drop in 2019, maintains the niche, lo-fi sound that has garnered attention from the likes of The New York Times and NPR while embodying all… Read More pronoun @ Saint Andrews Hall

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story, Style

All That I Loved About Eastern Market After Dark 2018 (plus, way too many photos!)

Eastern Market After Dark — what can I say? The entire festival was SO much fun and my head is still spinning from all of the excitement of Thursday night. It was my first time attending an After Dark event and it most definitely will not be my last! WARNING: I hope you like to look… Read More All That I Loved About Eastern Market After Dark 2018 (plus, way too many photos!)

Art & Entertainment, Culture, Feature Story

My Time at the Intersection Series: The Science of Food and Music with Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

Last Friday, I attended a very special artist talk at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD): The Intersection: The Science of Food and Music with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson (drummer and band member of The Roots), Chef Max Hardy (owner and chef of Detroit’s River Bistro), and dream hampton (filmmaker and writer). It was the eighth… Read More My Time at the Intersection Series: The Science of Food and Music with Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

MOCAD and SGLD’s ‘The Intersection Series’ Will Feature Special Guests Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) and the Science Gallery Lab Detroit (SGLD) will host their eighth and final installment of the discussion series The Intersection: The Science of Food and Music with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton. According to the contemporary art museum, MOCAD’s Intersection Series is a program… Read More MOCAD and SGLD’s ‘The Intersection Series’ Will Feature Special Guests Questlove, Chef Max Hardy, and dream hampton

Art & Entertainment

Catching Up with Singers Sebastian Olzanski and Wesley Stromberg

This Wednesday (8/15) I’m taking the teens to see music artists Sebastian Olzanski and Wesley Stromberg perform at The Pike Room at The Crofoot in Pontiac, Michigan. Michala is so excited to go to the concert because she’s a big music lover (hello #BTSArmy). I had the chance to catch up with Sebastian and Wesley to… Read More Catching Up with Singers Sebastian Olzanski and Wesley Stromberg

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

MO POP Festival 2018: Interview with MO POP Producers Dan McGowan and Jason Rogalewski

By Kevin Alan Lamb     Only you can map the measurement for what you perceive as success in your life. If you love something I recommend you harness the passion to put in the energy and effort it takes to hold onto it, and keep it present in your day-to-day life. For the third… Read More MO POP Festival 2018: Interview with MO POP Producers Dan McGowan and Jason Rogalewski

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Allee Willis, Jermaine Dupri, and Kool & The Gang More Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame

Last night, some of music’s legendary singers and songwriters were honored at the 2018 Songwriters Hall of Fame 49th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner. The annual event took place in New York City at the Marquis Hotel. The Songwriters Hall of Fame (SHOF) President/CEO Linda Moran and co-chairs Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff celebrated and… Read More Allee Willis, Jermaine Dupri, and Kool & The Gang More Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Lenny Kravitz on Race, God & Spreading Love Through Music

By Allison Kugel     Twenty-nine years after releasing his debut album, Lenny Kravitz is still letting love rule, but with an eye towards societal strife that continues to go unchecked. The multi-Grammy award winning musician brings forth a conscious body of work with Raise Vibration, his eleventh studio album, out September 7th. The first… Read More Lenny Kravitz on Race, God & Spreading Love Through Music

Art & Entertainment, Feature Story

Gwen Stefani: Just A Girl About to Take Over Las Vegas

By Allison Kugel     Gwen Stefani spent her childhood and adolescence in Anaheim, California, a suburban girl living just a stone’s throw from Disneyland. It was her older brother, Eric, who founded No Doubt, the hybrid ska/punk/rock band that would help Stefani make her way into the musical limelight with their 1995 breakout album,… Read More Gwen Stefani: Just A Girl About to Take Over Las Vegas

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Ava DuVernay Announces Sade Has Created an Original Song for A Wrinkle in Time

The Soundtrack for A Wrinkle in Time Set to Release on March 9th! Are you excited for the new movie A Wrinkle in Time?! My kids and I are reading the novel right now and we can’t wait to go see the movie when it comes out. Last week, I was looking through my Twitter… Read More Ava DuVernay Announces Sade Has Created an Original Song for A Wrinkle in Time

Art & Entertainment

13-time Grammy Award Winner Emmylou Harris Talks About Her Dog Rescue Bonaparte’s Retreat and Performing on getTV’s “A Nashville Christmas”

Do you like to watch Christmas TV specials during the holidays? I think what makes the holidays so much fun is there are so many festive activities and events for you to attend. From attending holiday craft shows to viewing Christmas lights in the city, there is always something to do to celebrate the holidays.… Read More 13-time Grammy Award Winner Emmylou Harris Talks About Her Dog Rescue Bonaparte’s Retreat and Performing on getTV’s “A Nashville Christmas”

Art & Entertainment, Interviews

The Beaches: There’s Something Empowering About Seeing An All-Female Band Perform

  Hey, friends!  How was your weekend? I had a pretty laid back weekend. Mainly, resting on Saturday and Sunday and getting caught up on some writing projects. I did get the chance to get out Friday night and catch the Death from Above show featuring The Beaches at Saint Andrews Hall in Downtown Detroit. I brought… Read More The Beaches: There’s Something Empowering About Seeing An All-Female Band Perform