The CoOp’s community-focused approach is music to our ears “The vision was, honestly, to bring people together,” says Frances Master, one of six UM students who operate The CoOp, a space inside Openfloor Studio (231 S. State St.). Undeniably, it is refreshing to hear that motivation for creating opportunities to experience live music, as that’s
Noah Fishman & Baron Collins-Hill’s magnificently melded mandolins at Kerrytown Concert House on October 11September 30, 2019
You might not think of the word “intense” when you think of mandolin music, but there is definitely something intense about the bond forged between Noah Fishman and Baron Collins-Hill. Their four minute stints of melody-splashed serenades on their stringed instruments is akin to two hands on a piano, or something even as close as
Erlewine will perform this weekend up in Cadillac at the annual Earthwork Harvest Gathering, an all-ages music/culture festival celebrating the abundance that is accessible through the community.
A Stormy Chromer song spans the spectrum; it sounds like a pure adventure. But fate would have it that this Ypsilanti quartet caught a bit of calamity when they were out in the Midwest for their most recent tour. Before these rock-fusionists perform at the Blind Pig on October 5, you should really hear the
by Jeff Milo Music forges connections. And with an artist like Tyler Duncan spending the last 15 years in the producer’s chair for albums by Michigan-based artists, music cultivates versatility. Ann Arbor-based Grammy-nominated multi-instrumentalist composer/producer, Tyler Duncan’s fall/winter slate of production/writing-contribution credits include the forthcoming debut album by singer/songwriter Madeline Grant, followed by new releases