Little Traps might trick you. The intonation of acoustic guitars, sanguine pedal steel, brushy drums and tender vocalizations will bring you in close, make you sit down cross legged and ready yourself for the understated swoon of endorphins typically triggered by “folk music.” And you lean in closer…, a bit closer still. And those lyrics hit
Pat Metheny performs with an incredibly accomplished band featuring Antonio Sanchez on drums, Linda May Han Oh on bass, and Gwilym Simcock on piano.
Don’t miss an opportunity to see Arturo Sandoval in the intimate setting of The Ark.
This year, MC5 guitarist Wayne Kramer has assembled members of Soundgarden, Fugazi, and King’s X to form MC50–an anniversary supergroup stopping in Detroit
The Aizuri Quartet has garnered critical acclaim for their dynamic performances throughout the world. Enjoy their beautifully crafted sound at Rackham Auditorium.
An uncut version of an article that you can find in the October edition of The Current In late September, 1968, the MC5 signed a major label contract with Elektra Records. The legendary band was based in Ann Arbor at that time, notorious for their ability to rouse up the rebellious spirit of their audiences.