10/17/2015, 11:56pm

TobyMac performs at Convocation Center

Tobymac came to Eastern and got the party bumping harder than any house party seen thus far off campus, and he didn’t use sex, drugs, or vulgar language to do it -- all he needed was the power of Christ. A crowd of over 3,000 gathered at the EMU Convocation Center to see the five time Grammy winning Christian Hip Hop artist.

2/23/2015, 8:55pm

Chamber Music of Steven Stucky

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. Steven Stucky, 65, is the featured composer this year. “He’s arguable one of the greatest living American composers.

2/18/2015, 10:18am

Two jerks set up shop in Depot Town

Depot Town has a new business that is sure to raise eyebrows off of the name, Two Jerks Music. The owners are two brothers, Mark and Ryan Teachout, who are originally from Flint, but have fallen in love with the Ypsilanti community. Depot Town’s isn’t known for its booming businesses, but its beautiful infrastructure.

1/21/2015, 12:59am

Soul Kinetic dance concert

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.

1/7/2015, 12:50am

Hit me baby one more time

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.

11/29/2014, 10:02pm

James Davis makes a powerful comeback

 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. Black and Tan Records dug up this lesser known bluesman and asked him to record a couple of his songs with only a harmonica and his voice.

11/11/2014, 11:09pm

The Lads in Their Hundreds: Songs and Arias of World War I

On November 13th at 7:30 pm Dr. Robert Peavler with the help of pianist Kevin Bylsma, and Eastern Michigan student dancers along with actors Danielle Clevenger, Stephen Lambert, and Theodore Hauke, will present his faculty voice recital in Pease Auditorium, The Lads in Their Hundreds: Songs and Arias of World War I.