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Ypsilanti is home to many hidden talents, especially in regards to music as artists similar to Polo Frost are steadily breaking ground in the music industry. Alongside Neisha Neshae, Fowl and King Jazzy, Frost took to the Convocation Center stage Friday, Jan. 18 to open for hip-hop sensation Juice WRLD.
Drums to hold the beat, bass to create the rhythm, guitar to make you bob your head, the occasional piano and strings to compliment the singer, and the voice that becomes the center of attention as soon as it's introduced. Between Luke's tongue roles and Adam's glissandos, The Struts have found a way to mesh the sound of English rock bands from the past with a unique ego that only The Struts can pull off.
Reginald R. Robinson, MacArthur Fellow Genius Award recipient and pianist, will perform “Cultural Harmonies,” a collection of ragtime orchestrations with the River Raisin Ragtime Revenue (R4), Saturday, March 25, at 8 p.m. in Eastern Michigan University’s Pease Auditorium.
Band, Stormy Chromer, performing at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.
Spring Fest 2015
Hip Hop trio Migos will perform at the Fifth Annual Music Matters Charity Concert at 8 p.m., April 13, in Hill Auditorium, 825 N University Ave, Ann Arbor.
The Student Government Senate passed a resolution unanimously to provide funding for renovations to the Alexander Music Hall at its regular meeting Tuesday night in the Student Center.
The Business and Finance Committee passed a business resolution 4-0-0 to fund renovations to Alexander Music Building at its regular meeting Tuesday night, March 29, in the Student Center. Student Government will revise the FY16 budget to allocate $30,000 to renovate the building this summer. The Senate will review the resolution at 6:30 p.m., April 5, in Student Center Room 300.
At big awards shows, often the famous names go home with the trophies. On Monday night at the Grammys, this was mostly true again. But there are under-the-radar artists who deserve a closer listen. Here are some of my favorite 2016 Grammy nominees/winners.
Valentine’s Day can be a strange holiday to celebrate. Even if you’ve got a significant other, there are mostly only cliché options to choose from if you’re planning a night out: go see a romantic movie, find a romantic setting for dinner, etc. Those might do the trick for a new relationship, but if you do that kind of thing too many years in a row it can get predictable and maybe even boring.
The Ark Coffeehouse is one of the reasons so many well-known musicians choose to stop in Ann Arbor on their tours. The venue, which had its 50th anniversary earlier this year, seats about 400 and is one of the most popular intimate listening rooms in the area.
Eastern Michigan University’s Department of Music and Dance will be starting off the year with their 64th Annual Faculty and Guest Artist Dance Concert in Quick Theatre this weekend.
Many people love to celebrate the season by jamming out to holiday favorites.
As a part of the Department of Jewish studies Speaker Series, Eastern Michigan University welcomed Israeli singer/songwriter and peace activist, David Broza for a film screening and conversation about his recent documentary, “East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem,” Saturday evening in the Student Center auditorium.
Eastern Michigan University student Aj Pratt will be performing on the saxophone in his first recital, “Introspective,” Monday at 7 p.m. in the Alexander Recital Hall.
Eastern Michigan University’s School of Music and Dance welcomed guest cellist, Benjamin Whitcomb, and his accompanied pianist, Vincent DeVries Tuesday night in Alexander Recital Hall.
Pease Auditorium had an audience that filled the atmosphere with pleasant anticipation, awaiting to hear what the night would consist of. Eastern Michigan's Symphony Orchestra did not disappoint, increasing the excitement with every act in their annual Halloween concert, Friday, Oct. 23.
The Madness Fall Tour is coming to Michigan On Saturday November 7, 2015. Music sensation, The Weeknd, will perform live in The Palace of Auburn Hills at 7:30 p.m. with special guest performances from Travis Scott and Banks.
There will be a free jazz concert by Eastern Michigan University’s Jazz Ensemble, Wind Symphony and vocal ensemble, EMU Express, Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Auditorium.