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Special Vinyl Edition of BLACK DUB
In Stores on 9/28 Album Available 11/2
Black Dub, the enigmatically eclectic new quartet helmed by acclaimed guitarist and Grammy award-winning producer Daniel Lanois, hit the road this November in support of their self titled debut album. The tour will kick off November 15th in Boston at the Paradise Rock Club and finish up in Minneapolis on November 24th.
The tour launches in conjunction with the release of the band's self-titled JIVE debut, landing in stores on November 2, 2010. Black Dub combines tripped-out soul with flourishes of rock 'n' roll and Jamaican dub for a sound that's elegant and entrancing.
Black Dub have also plotted a special vinyl release of Black Dub for September 28. This edition is pressed on 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl and an album digital download card is included.
With their hypnotic live chemistry, Black Dub's fall tour promises to be as unforgettable as their debut album.
The band features Lanois on guitar, New Orleans virtuoso Brian Blade, a seasoned musician who has performed with jazz titans such as Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock, on drums, the incendiary and impassioned vocals of Belgian born Trixie Whitley, the beautiful 22-year-old daughter of the late, great Texas bluesman, Chris Whitley, and rounding out the quartet is famed Louisiana bass player Daryl Johnson.
November 15 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
November 17 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
November 18 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's
November 19 Vienna, VA Jammin' Java
November 21 Charleston, WV Mountain Stage
November 22 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
November 23 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall
November 24 Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center
FREE TICKETS: Dungen at Magic Stick Detroit and HELMET at Smalls Hamtramck and Motorcity Special #3 at Northern Lights Lounge Detroit
Dungen released their new album Skit I Allt on Mexican Summer, it's a collection of gorgeous rippers and graceful jazz filled polyrhythms. The band has toured with Fleet Foxes (singer is a fan), and were picked by Jim Jarmusch the founder of All Tomorrows Parties to play the festival.
Dungen - play a show on Friday October 8th at Magic Stick Detroit
Even if you're not one of the lucky few, you can
$25 in advance or $28 day of show (All Ages).
About the Parlotones:
The Parlotones have shared the stage with musical greats, including: Kings of Leon, The Gossip, Violent Femmes, Jimmy Eat World, New Model Army, Evanescence, Staind, The Rasmus, UB40 and Collective Soul. They have achieved multi-platinum-selling status in their home country of South Africa, selling more records there than Coldplay, The Killers, and Oasis combined. Their big-budget music videos have won them a string of MK and SAMA Awards, including a 2010 SAMA Award for “Best Music Video of the Year” for the song “Push Me to the Floor.”South African sensation mixes atmospheric pop-rock with educated lyrical themes, join Blue October on tour September 17.
The release of Stardust Galaxies marks the U.S. introduction of a group that has spent the last 18 months on a sold-out, 300-date world tour, packing out 1000+ capacity venues in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Benelux, Russia, and the UK. Most recently, the band performed in front of a global audience of over 1 billion viewers at the 2010 FIFA World Cup Kick-Off Celebration Concert.
Stardust Galaxies’s lead single, “Life Design,” serves as an “ode to those who have created success despite adversity,” says The Parlotones’s front man, Kahn Morbee. “It’s a celebration of those people who have an innate exuberance for life, and pursue the betterment of their own lives and the lives of those around them.”
The band practice what they preach, having become activists against two of the most deadly epidemics in their home country of South Africa: AIDS and malaria. The band has raised funds for The StarFish Foundation and performed at a number of AIDS awareness concerts, including POSI+IVE Rocks. Each year, The Parlotones speak at grade schools in South Africa, educating younger generations on AIDS prevention, and donate all revenue from on-site performances back to the schools themselves for facility renovation and community development. The band also champions for United Against Malaria, an initiative which is attempting to eradicate malaria in Africa.
The South African natives have weaved themselves into the fabric of their home country’s history with performances at the 2009 Presidential Inauguration of Jacob Zuma, Africa Day, Live Earth, and a record-breaking show at the Dome in Johannesburg, where they wrote their own piece of African history by becoming the first South African band to ever headline the venue.
From their origins in Johannesburg, South Africa, the rock 4-piece have achieved multi-platinum-selling status with their darkly romantic lyrics, atmospheric pop structures, and ambitious live shows that have earned them rave response from fans and critics alike.
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Here's a video of Doc Waffles performing "Eleanore" last night at Club Bart in Fabulous Ferndale. Doc has a new album "How To Shoot Quail" due out in November. Download some freebies over at his website docwaffles.com
-jr is a musician/dj/blogger/writer from Detroit, MI. He performs in the bands The Jesus Chainsaw Massacre and Sheefy Mcfly & The Delorean. He also writes a cultural blog covering the ins and outs of the Detroit Music Scence as well as pop culture. When Dj'ing he uses the handle DJ JCM. He has been an integral part of the Detroit Music mechanation for the past 10 years. He knows just about everything about music on both a local and national level. His opinon is gold and is infallible. This is what's been in my ear lately.
Clouds part and the stars come out.
For some minutes, reverberations of the distorted howl hang.
It is a new moon.
This is the point at which Robin Goodfellow enters our world.
Meanwhile, ancient signals expand further and deeper into space.
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Fearless Friends Tour 2010 presented by www.FreeCreditScore.com , is sponsored by Journey's, Peter Says Denim, MerchNow, Atlantic Records, LiveNation and Substream Music Press.
Current album: Anywhere But Here
New single: "Kids In Love"
Why they rock: Tallahassee-based infectious rockers, Mayday Parade are currently on the Van's Warped Tour for the duration of the summer to support their breakthrough major label debut Anywhere But Here. Produced by produced by David Bendeth (Paramore, All Time Low), the album made a stunning chart debut upon its release entering the Billboard 200 at #31. In addition, the band has been featured on the cover of Alternative Press Magazine and has received video support from MTV2 and mtvU.
For more information: www.MaydayParade.com
Current album: Hello Fascination Deluxe Edition
New single: "I.D.G.A.F"
Why they rock: Having turned Vans Warped Tour into a dance party for a second year in a row, dynamic Denver, CO duo Breathe Carolina is ready to continue the celebration on the Fearless Friends Tour this fall. Making waves worldwide with their unique blend of electro-pop rock, the band just premiered the video for summer anthem "I.D.G.A.F." on MySpace Music, taken from acclaimed album Hello Fascination. Check it out here!
For more information: www.MySpace.com/BreatheCarolina
Current album: Picture Perfect
New single: "Tell Me I'm A Wreck"
Why they rock: With the stunning video for new single "Tell Me I'm A Wreck" resonating with fans worldwide since it's premiere on MTV2 last week, and the track picking up traction at pop radio, Michigan's Every Avenue is rising to the top of the latest crop of hot pop-rock acts. Currently Kerrang! TV's Video of The Week in the UK, the band has gained international acclaim, touring with Boys Like Girls, Metro Station, Hey Monday and The Maine. Having already wowed crowds on the Alternative Press Spring Tour with Never Shout Never, get set for this euphoric pop-rock quintet to slay you this fall!
For more information: www.MySpace.com/EveryAvenue
ARTIST VS POET
Current album: Damn Rough Night
New single: "Adorable"
Why they rock: Emerging from a whole summer on Vans Warped Tour with a whole new legion of fans, Artist Vs Poet has proved just why this Dallas, TX power pop-punk quintet is one of the most talked about bands in the scene. Taken from new album Favorite Fix, produced by Mike Green (Paramore, Breathe Carolina), Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Cartel), new single "Adorable" is the perfect song to take the sunshine of summer straight on into the fall. Look out for the video soon!
For more information: www.MySpace.com/ArtistVsPoet
Current EP: Do Overs And Second Chances
New single: "Goodnight Moon"
Why they rock: Having played dates with Secondhand Serenade this summer, and A Day To Remember this spring, Go Radio is ready to win over fans this fall with their stunning musicianship and impressive collection of honest, melodic songs. The Tallahassee quartet features ex-Mayday Parade singer/gutarist Jason Lancaster, and is one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from Florida's hotbed of rock n' roll talent. Signing to Fearless Records at the start of the year, the band's new EP Do Overs And Second Chances is the perfect showcase for this awesome new band, who head into the studio this month to record their debut album, set for release early 2011.
For more information: www.MySpace.com/GoRadio
THE VICTORIOUS SECRETS
Current Album: In development
New Single: "Riding on a Falcon" / the freecreditscore.com songs
Why they Rock: The Victorious Secrets emerged as America's favorite band in the summer-long, nationwide search for the freecreditscore.comTM band. The competition began with more than 100 hopefuls that performed in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. The Victorious Secrets had the distinction of being the only finalist to enter the search through online submission. The band prevailed over the other groups with their originality, pop-rock style and tongue-in-cheek humor. They will star in the freecreditscore.com national ad campaign created by The Martin Agency, with commercials debuting during the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.
For more information: FreeCreditScoreBand.com
Jazz Café is extremely proud to welcome back, the incomparable, genre-bending guitarist, Allan Holdsworth, for two nights and four shows, Thursday, September 30th and Friday, October 1st at 8PM and 10PM each night, in the cozy confines of the Jazz Café at Music Hall.
Along with his longtime rhythm section stalwarts, Ernest Tibbs on bass guitar and Chad Wackerman on drums, this is a power trio that not only swings, but burns. Holdsworth possesses an incredible physical and technical prowess, and also is a master of digital guitar synthesizers that expand and enhance his style, while pushing the limits of what an electric stringed instrument can musically produce. The saxophone, and not the guitar, seems to be his biggest influence, specifically, John Coltrane’s improvisational excursions and his phrasing, which Holdsworth translates seamlessly to the energetic blasts of the electric guitar.
Born in Bradford, England, Holdsworth cut his teeth in early 70’s progressive Rock bands like Tempest, Gong and the legendary, Soft Machine. In 1978 he would form arguably the last of the great Prog-Rock super groups, UK, along with former King Crimson and Yes Drummer, Bill Bruford and bassist, John Wetton also from Crimson- as well as violinist/multi-instrumentalist, Eddie Jobson who had played previously with Frank Zappa and Roxy Music.
As Progressive Rock gave way to the DIY aesthetic of Punk Rock, Holdworth gravitated toward improvisational instrumental fusion, pioneering a sound and lead style that guitar virtuoso, Eddie Van Halen would deem as a major influence.
Upon the urging of former Miles Davis drummer, Tony Williams- who was responsible for nudging Davis’ work to include Rock-based riffs and motifs, featured Holdworth on his hallmark album, “Believe it”. Holdworth continued blurring the boundaries between Rock and Jazz in the 1980’s with his next primo instrumental guitar and experimental group, IOU - which was also the name of his first solo record, with drummer Gary Husband and bassist, Paul Carmichael. The group would also include stints by Jeff Berlin and Cream vocalist, Jack Bruce, who would contribute vocals to their 1984 Grammy- nominated, “Road Games”.
In the early 90s, Holdsworth also appeared in a jazz “supergroup” with other great jazz and fusion legends, including Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, and Michael and Randy Brecker among others. 1992's Wardenclyffe Tower furthered an exploration of Holdsworth's own designs for baritone electric guitars (built by luthier Bill DeLap) and broadened the use of his chordal orchestrations and solo phrasings via the SynthAxe.
The release of Holdsworth's next album project, None Too Soon (1996) marked a departure in style from this impressive string of previous group projects. It provided Holdsworth the opportunity to showcase his interpretation of some classic jazz standards and several originals by one of England 's best-known jazz pianists, Gordon Beck.
Holdsworth recorded some of his favorite, lesser-known jazz standards, along with several Gordon Beck originals, in a “straight-ahead” jazz vein, drawing upon Beck's talents as an arranger.
Tickets are $30 in advance or $40 at the door.
Drum Battle Series- Pick any 3 Jazz Café events for $75
Available at Music Hall Box Office (313) 887-8500 or www.Ticketmaster.com
Jazz Café at Music Hall
350 Madison Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
October 2nd 2010
The Russell Industrial Center features the Detroit-area's greatest artists and craft workers during Art Detroit Now's annual showcase Gallery Week. This special event runs from 6pm-10pm on October 2nd and is open to art lovers of all ages. There is no cost for this event and the entire campus will be available for attendees to explore and discover some of the area's most talented artists.
Showcasing in this year's Open House are their art collectives, painters, wood workers, clothing designers, metal sculptors and much more. Many internationally known artists reside in the Russell Industrial Center and will be on hand for people to browse their work spaces. The artists will open there studios to the public which is a rare opportunity for other artists and art buyers to get a glimpse at where and the Russell Artists create.
There is so much to discover in the Russell Industrial Center's seven building complex. Besides individual artist studios and workshops, there are a variety of galleries to browse through as well. The Detroit Industrial Project will be featuring "Mis•tak•en" which is new work by Brooks Harris Stevens. The installation consists of a pathway created by formed paper and suspended organza dresses artistically done. The MONA will also be featuring a very special show from Amanda Faye Cain. More information about the RIC can be found at www.ricdetroit.org.
For More information on ADN or Detroit Gallery Week go to http://artdetroitnow.com/index.html
About The Fall Open House during Detroit Gallery Week:
Date: October 2nd
Address 1600 Clay, Detroit, Michigan 48211
He has a radio program on WXOU out of Oakland University
Wild At Heart
Well, it’s getting to that time when the last show is right around the corner. This Saturday (10/02), I will be hosting my final show of Wild At Heart on the airwaves of WXOU 88.3FM (www.wxou.org). I hope everyone can tune in. I don’t really have anything special planned in terms of music, but I might have an interview with RA Mihailoff talking about the new slasher film Hatchett II (to be reviewed here next week).
As my time here in Detroit gets shorter, I am still trying to experience as much of the city as possible. My most recent thing was a tour of the Detroit Yacht Club which is the private marina and sailing club in located on its own island off of Belle Isle in the Detroit River between the MacArthur Bridge and the DTE generating plant. The DYC clubhouse is a beautifully restored 1920s Mediterranean-style villa that holds the distinction of being the largest yacht club in the United States. The origin of the club goes back to the 1870’s, though the current building was built in 1923 by George Mason (the same architect who designed the Grand Hotel, GEM Theatre and Detroit Masonic Temple among other buildings in the area). The facility includes 2 pools (with Pewabic tiles), a large trophy room and a grand ballroom and is open for membership for interested parties and you don’t need a boat. On the tour I went on, they gave us a nice buffet to snack on which included meatballs and some wonderful desserts. If you are looking for a club to join, you can contact Jack Lyon by phone (313-824-1200 x233) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). At the club, you can even take lessons on how to race a yacht.
Also, mentioning the Grand Hotel, it is time for Part II of my trip to the Upper Peninsula. Day 2 saw me wake up to catch an early morning ferry courtesy of Shepler’s Mackinaw Island Ferry service. The ride going over was a bit bumpy but not that bad as we got up close to the Mackinaw Bridge before heading over. We had a great view of the island including the Grand Hotel and the two light houses in the bay.
Upon landing, I walked around a bit including going through the Biddle House and Mission Church and some local stores before getting on my carriage tour of the island which included stops at the Wings Of Mackinaw Butterfly Conservatory, scenic Arch Rock, Fort Mackinaw and Grand Hotel. The ride itself was around 2 hours and very relaxing as we got puller by teams of 2 and 3 horses. The island itself doesn’t allow cars. The only cars on the island are a police cruiser and fire truck for emergencies. This dates back to 1900 when a vacationer brought his car to the island and caused an accident which killed a couple of horses. Ever since then, you have only horses, bikes and in the winter, snow mobiles. The trip through the State Park includes the local cemetery also. The Park is Michigan’s oldest State Park.
I had lunch at the Grand Hotel which was very expensive but one of those you just have to do. The buffet, priced at $40, includes a variety of salads, lunch meats, you-peel shrimp, carved beef, fish, chicken and a nice dessert bar. While the cost is high, you are paying for the beauty of the surroundings which are extravagant. I had a nice view of the water while dining and afterwards, went out onto the porch which is the longest in the world. The hotel has an on-site art gallery, tons of historic items on the walls and in display cases (including Christopher Reeves hat from the movie “Somewhere In Time” which was filmed there, a carriage museum and some gorgeous gardens. Of historic note, the hotel hosted the first public demonstration of Thomas Edison's phonograph on that very same porch. You just feel rich walking around the place and at over $250 a night, you should.
After dinner, I walked around Fort Mackinaw. It was a military outpost built by the British during the American Revolutionary War to control the strategic Straits of Mackinac between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron (and by extension the fur trade on the Great Lakes). In use from the late 18th century to the late 19th century, it later became the scene of two strategic battles for control of the Great Lakes during the War of 1812. During most of the 19th century, it served as an outpost of the United States Army and eventually closed in 1895. The view from the fort is very nice as it overlooks the town and the lakes. I have been through many forts in my time and the only thing that really separates this from others is the view. The grounds are well kept and they do firing demonstrations at regular interviews and have a nice history of the island in one building. If you enjoy this type of thing, this is a nice fort to tour.
Afterwards, I walked around town until the last boat was ready to leave. I got a quick ice cream and a relaxed downtown atmosphere as things were winding down. Back on the mainland, I stopped by a local pastry shop for a pasties before going to bed and getting ready for day three which will come at a later date along with some cool things I found in Windsor this week as I went on a day trip prior to a Bobby Vinton concert at Caesars.
Here is a list of some upcoming shows this week.
Tuesday (9/28) – Citizen Smile opens for Acorns @ Pike Room
Wednesday (9/29) – blues-harp master Charlie Musselwhite @ Callahans
Friday (10/01) – Fireworks w/The Swellers @ Magic Stick, James @ Royal Oak Music Theatre, Shirock @ Academy Of Sacred Heart (Bloomfield Hills), Broken Social Scene @ Michigan Theatre, Jeffrey Osborne @ Fox Theatre, Savoy Brown @ Magic Bag
Saturday (10/02) – King’s X opens for Accept @ Emerald Theatre, Irish folk rockers Great Big Sea @ Chatham Capitol Theatre, LeAnn Rimes @ Macomb Center For The Performing Arts, Mustard Plug @ Blind Pig, Graham Parker @ Corner Brewery (Ypsilanti)
Sunday (10/03) – Primus @ Fillmore Theatre
Monday (10/04) - punk rockers DOA @ The Loop (Windsor), Ra Ra Riot @ Blind Pig
I hope you enjoy you week. I can’t recommend it enough to tour Mackinaw Island if you get a chance. I hear a nice time to go is when the lilacs are in bloom or during the islands jazzfest.
HEDLEY ANNOUNCE U.S. HEADLINE TOUR IN SUPPORT OF NEW RELEASE THE SHOW MUST GO ALBUM, DUE OCTOBER 12th
Multi-platinum Canadian band Hedley – who recently added another three MuchMusic Video Awards to their tally, including Video of the Year for their single "Perfect" – will be hitting the road in support of their October 12th U.S. release of their third studio album, THE SHOW MUST GO. Kicking off October 4th in Detroit, MI, Hedley will take their melodic, celebratory rock on the road with a headline tour across the U.S. (Tour dates below). Fans can also log into to http://www.headlyonline.com/ for video updates from the band's Canadian arena tour throughout September, including messages to each market on the October U.S. tour!
THE SHOW MUST GO is preceded by "Perfect," Hedley's first official U.S. single release, which won two MMVA's in June (including Video Of The Year), impacted at radio on July 26th. "Perfect" became Hedley's 10th consecutive #1 video at MuchMusic earlier this year, a new record for a domestic artist at the video channel. The piano-based power ballad has received more than 1.5 million views at YouTube, and can also be seen on top-rated music site VEVO, as well as the band's website www.hedleyonline.com . The band also recently completed a sold-out Canadian arena tour, with US friends Boys Like Girls as direct support.
Hedley's second album, Famous Last Words broke platinum 10 days after its release in October 2007. The lead track, "She's So Sorry" (which won the MuchLOUD Best Rock Video Award), was followed by more Top 5 hits: "For the Nights I Can't Remember," "Never Too Late," and "Old School," all of which were #1 at MuchMusic (with the exception of Old School which had no video). "For the Nights I Can't Remember" swept the MMVAs that year, winning Best Video, Best Cinematography, and Best Director. At the Canadian Radio Music Awards, "For the Nights I Can't Remember" won the Fans Choice Award, Song Of The Year, and the Chart Topper Award.
"The American people are about to make a new best friend" says Hoggard, who came to prominence as a finalist in the 2004 season of CTV's Canadian Idol on a bet, and later asked fans to vote him off when it became apparent that he might win. The front man puts the credit for Hedley's success right where it belongs: "Much of what we've accomplished has been based on the relationship we've established with our fans. They've progressed and grown right alongside us." For further information go to http://www.hedleyonline.com/
Mon 10/4/2010 Detroit, MI Pike Room
Tues 10/5/2010 Chicago, IL Subterranean
Wed 10/6/2010 Columbus, OH Basement
Thurs 10/7/2010 Pittsburgh, PA Altar Bar
Fri 10/8/2010 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom
Sat 10/9/2010 Rochester, NY Water Street Music Hall
Mon 10/11/2010 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Sun 10/17/2010 Seattle, WA El Corazon
Mon 10/18/2010 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
Wed 10/20/2010 San Francisco, CA Café du Nord
Thurs 10/21/2010 Los Angeles, CA Roxy
Mon 10/25/2010 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court
Tues 10/26/2010 Denver, CO Soiled Dove
MCB is giving away a Cage the Elephant signed LP to the first two fans that get all the answer's right. If no one gets them all right then the two with the most right by midnight EST.Friday Oct. 1st will each get a Cage the Elephant LP autographed by the band!
1. Where is the band from?
2. The band Cage the Elephant formed in what year?
3. Who are the brothers in the band?
4. What was the bands name before Cage The Elephant ?
5. What brand of Amplifier does lead guitarist Lincoln Parrish use?
6. What is the name of the Festival that Cage the Elephant will headline Sept 30-Oct 2?
7. Who is the drummer for CTE?
8. Who is the legendary Michigan born lead singer/front man Matt Shultz said has inspired him and would love to collaborate with one day? Hint (search "Cage the Elephant" on MCB for the answer)
9. What is Bass player Daniel Tichenor's nickname?
10. What high school did all five members of the band graduate from?
Bonus question: What is the origin of the bands name and what the hell does it mean?
So do You got what it takes to Cage the Elephant?
Remember to email your answers to email@example.com The winners will be notified no later than Monday Oct 4, 2010 as long as my hangover is gone from the crazy weekend!
Need a best friend? Go get one at the Detroit Zoo!
"On September 25 & 26, the Michigan Humane Society and the Detroit Zoo will host the annual fall Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo, presented by PEDIGREE®, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak. Hundreds of adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens will be available for immediate adoption at the largest off-site pet adoption event in the country. There is no charge for admission to the event or for parking. "
Here are some photos from last year:
RATATAT rocked the house last week at ROMT in Royal Oak, Michigan.
A flawless performance with crazy visual displays, non stop, like watching your favorite movie and not wanting it to end but it goes by so fast! ya like that, sorry if you missed this one, MCB didn't!
CHECK OUT THEIR WEBSITE, streaming music/videos, take a listen if you haven't already:
In support of their 2010 album More! (Get Physical) the electronic music producer/performers, armed with their keyboards, synths and electronic drum kit, will set off on a 10-date tour.
St. Andrew's - DETROIT
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The show is sold out but you can still win free tickets! Check out the detail here. Theater Bizarre Tickets
TRACK: “I’ve Gotta Feeling”
· 40s / 50s Inspired Country / Indie / Folk
· Barely twenty-something year old sisters – Laura and Lydia Rogers
· The Secret Sisters Self Titled debut album is presented by T Bone Burnett (Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, Counting Crows, The Beach Boy; Grammy Award winner)
· Debut album to be released on T-Bone Burnett’s label Beladroit
· Debut Album was recorded in Nashville in the legendary Blackbird Studios.
· Produced by Dave Cobb (Waylon Jennings, Jamey Johnson).
· Laura and Lydia learned to harmonize and family picnics performing classical gems by Everly Brothers, Doc Watson etc. Also sang a cappella in The Church of Christ in Alabama.
· Debut Album Executive Produced by T-Bone Burnett
· Featured on Jack White 7” series – The Secret Sisters debut 45 - released on Third Man Records (w/ My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemmel on pedal steel and White on Guitar).
· Recorded PBS Special w/ T-Bone Burnett on September 1st
So what are you waiting for? Check them out! "Do You Love An Apple" by The Secret Sisters
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**First three people to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, will win a vinyl copy of The Secret Sister's debut album, The Secret Sisters. *Please provide mailing address with your email entry!* UPDATE: All 3 vinyls have been awarded !!
PJ's Lager House
1254 Michigan Ave
Corktown - Detroit
Sat Sept 25
10339 Conant, Hamtramck
Sexy Slave Girls
Jail Bait Tarts
Back in the Saddle w/ M
Dance Beats by Spinny
Dark and Dangerous Dungeon Play
Complimentary Hors D'Oeuvers
18+ Doors 8:30pm
Adv. Tix @ Noir $15/
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Royal Oak MI 48067
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And what Dunny release would be complete without a trading party?
SERIES OF THE FALL MUSIC FESTIVAL AT THE NEW CENTER PARK
While Cityfest is now history, Detroit's New Center Park will rock for three
days straight when local rock n' roll impresario Stirling returns to host
the "1st Series of the Fall" music festival from Thursday, September 23 to
Saturday, September 25 at the new concert venue.
New Center Park-formerly the Park Stage during Cityfest- was revamped into
an outdoor concert venue earlier this Summer.
The venue has hosted various free concerts on the weekends featuring local
jazz and rock bands.
Former Park Stage promoter Stirling was invited back to bring you some of
the best local acts together for one weekend.
Starting on Thursday night, the festival begins at 6pm with the jazz sounds
of Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra, featuring special guest musicians from the
local jazz community.
Friday night's festivities start at 8pm and features eclectic pop chanteuse
Hayley Jane, the modern rock sounds of The Drags, the electronic sounds of
Charlie Slick and country rock from Doop & The Inside Outlaws.
Saturday night the music continues, featuring the pop trio Fireking, rock
troubadours Timothy Monger State Park, old-school rock n' roll from the
Danny Kroha 3 and the psychedelic sounds of The Electric Lion Sound Wave
Experiment will close out the weekend.
The shows start at 8pm and are FREE to attend.
The New Center Park is located on the southwest corner of Second Avenue and
West Grand Boulevard across from the Fisher Building.
The renovated park venue additions include a pub-style bar and outdoor
grill, lawn and patio seating, wireless internet access,
an outdoor fire pit, a newly installed sound system, and dedicated park
For more info on the New Center Park www.newcenter.com