Articles (10 total)
Philadelphia pop punk band The Wonder Years hosted an acoustic performance inside of the record store Dearborn Music to promote their upcoming record “Sister Cities” Thursday, March 29.
The GREEN environmental team at Eastern Michigan University kicked off Green Week with Meatless Monday in Pray-Harrold.
The workshop “Learning to Learn in Technical Courses”, held in the Halle Library basement on Friday Feb. 16, hopes to help students identify the best way they can learn in their classes.
On Thursday, Jan 11, Empty Mug Records hosted their first showcase of 2018 at the Blind Pig in downtown Ann Arbor. Empty Mug, a University of Michigan student run organization, hosts a showcase once a month around the downtown Ann Arbor area, and looks to host a variety of artists from the Southeast Michigan area. Thursday night’s showcase was no exception, featuring Ann Arbor’s Lily Talmers and Been Stellar, and Ypsilanti locals Ness Lake and Normal Park.
On Saturday, Jan. 6, Detroit area punks, Daisys, bid farewell to their Southeast Michigan family at the Pike Room, calling it quits for the time-being. Daisys have been performing non-stop since releasing their full length “Guest Room” in May of 2016, but on New Years Eve of 2017, they announced on their Facebook page that this show would be the last show on the east side of the state.
Police Chief Tony Deguisti answered questions about the new swabbing drug tests happening in Ypsilanti at the city council meeting on Tuesday, November 28.
For many musicians, “making it” means sold out crowds in arenas all over the country. Ypsilanti thrash-punks, Solitary Subversion, see it differently and have created their debut EP “Document” outside of these expectations. They are seeking success in basements and self run music spaces.
What does it take to create an original song? This is the question Cultivate Coffee and Taphouse’s bi-weekly event Songwriter Sundays answers.
Since its inception, live music, especially rock music, has been about one thing: the artists and performers. That tide has been changing, however, and there has been an influx of performers and artists striving to make good on their platform, and use shows and albums to donate to charity.
On Oct. 4 between 1 p.m.. and 4 p.m., representatives from different departments of EMU set up booths all around the Student Center Ballroom to make a case for their various complementing majors.