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My favorite pastime is going to concerts and I’m pretty sure it’s many others' favorite way to make memories as well. As of 2013, Billboard noted these to be the “best of times” for the music touring industry and it is my opinion that this notion has only increased.
Known for their eclectic genre of music ranging from classical and jazz, folk, Broadway show tunes, Eastern European and many more, Ann Arbor trio San, Emily and Jacob will be returning to The Ark for another musical night on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. The trio will be introducing new music as well as cover favorites with their own personal flavor.
Eastern Michigan University’s Men’s Choir will be hosting its first “Real Men Sing!” Festival on Friday, Oct. 2 in Pease Auditorium. Male singers of all ages from around the state will be coming together to learn and practice the art of voice.
Doogatron, a band based out of Ann Arbor and Detroit, is hosting a quarterly showcase at Crossroads in Ypsilanti. The showcase consists of hosts Doogatron, Jaws That Bite, Pat In The Hat, K-man Assault Rifle, and Sean Brocash.
Jazz musician, Kimmie Horne, will be performing at An Evening of Jazzy Summer Elegance.
Saturday, May 30, Eastern Michigan University hosted Carol lei Breckenridge on a
five-octave clavichord performance at 4 p.m. in the Alexander Building.
When you think of opera, you might think of extravagant halls and people wearing expensive clothing and jewelry. You may also think of opera, like classical music, as a lofty, intellectual affair. The last thing you would associate with opera is a bar with great burgers and other pub food.
Eastern Michigan University’s music and dance department kicked off its three day biennial Music Now Fest with “Chamber Music of Steven Stucky,” Wednesday night in Pease Auditorium.
Depot Town has a new business that is sure to raise eyebrows with its name: Two Jerks Music.
Eastern Michigan University’s Music and Dance Department will hold the 19th biennial Music Now Festival. The program will run from Wednesday to Friday. Events will take place in both Alexander Recital Hall and Pease Auditorium.
Mister and Mississippi, a band from the Netherlands, released its second album late last month. The indie/folk band is made up of four members: Maxime Barlag and Samgar Jacobs on vocals and Danny van Tiggele and Tom Broshuis on guitar.
Dance majors and minors performed in the EMU Department of Music and Dance’s 63rd Annual Faculty and Guest Artist Dance Concert on Sunday at Quirk Sponberg Theater.
Full of grunge, alternative rock and teen pop songs, the 90s was a breeding ground for golden one-hit wonders from British garage bands to spunky outspoken women to teenagers with angst to spare. While some of these musicians had some other minor hits, most can be easily identified by one song that made it on the U.S. Billboard between 1990 and 1999.
In the heart of these winter months, nothing can warm walks across campus, or jazz up late-night study sessions like listening to great music. Here are some perhaps off the radar, but must-hear artists to discover this year.
Sam Amidon, a folksinger from Vermont, played at The Ark in Ann Arbor this Monday after the release of his new album, “Lily-O.” Raised by folk musicians Peter and Mary, Alice Amidon, Amidon embodies the idea of a classic folksinger, but modernized.
Folksinger Sam Amidon, born in Brattleboro, Vermont, is going on tour this winter to promote his new album, Lily-O. Written with the help of jazz legend Bill Frisell, Lily-O brings in a little something new while Amidon still holds onto the simplistic folk style he has had since his first album, Solo Fiddle.
Raised on American blues, James “Boo Boo” Davis is one of the remaining few musicians who learned to sing and play the blues first-hand while picking cotton in the Mississippi Delta. At 71 years of age, we still haven’t seen the last of Boo Boo Davis.
Eastern Michigan University’s Jazz and Percussion Ensembles will showcase their best musicians with solo acts that are sure to impress the audience.
Robert Peavler will present his faculty voice recital in Pease Auditorium, The Lads in Their Hundreds: Songs and Arias of World War I on Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Amp! will be producing an event called Java Jam that will be hosted in King Hall's lounge on Wednesday.