Doogatron, a band based out of Ann Arbor and Detroit, is hosting a quarterly showcase at Crossroad’s in Ypsilanti.
Led by singer and fiddler Bobby Fitzgerald, Whiskey Shivers mixes roots music and bluegrass with a rock and punk style for an interesting twist.
Without further ado, Danielle Bouchard and Mitchy Collins take the stage in the dimly lit barroom at the Crofoot.
Charlie Belle, an alternative/indie pop group from Austin, Texas, is one to watch in 2015. Having released their debut EP “Get To Know” this January, the young band showcases a cute, catchy style that embodies a summer of adolescence. The band is made up of Jendayi Bonds on guitar, her brother Gyasi Bonds on drums, and Lola Carroll on bass.
Mister and Mississippi, a band from the Netherlands, have released their second album late last month.
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.
Under dim lighting, a young, skinny kid in jeans and a sweater with a mop of chocolate curls walks onto the stage.
Folksinger Sam Amidon, born in Brattleboro, Vermont, is going on tour this winter to promote his new album, Lily-O.
In the depths of the mysterious King Hall lies an office, one labeled only by the black numbers 225.
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.