The Movement

. January 1, 2020.

Alternative Rock, Reggae group The Movement has been on an upward trajectory toward superstardom since forming in 2004 in Columbia SC. They released their first album On Your Feet in March 2004, then went on to a nonstop touring schedule opening for established acts Steel Pulse, Blues Traveler and the Wu-Tang Clan. The group went on to release several more chart-topping albums over the next decade. Their sixth studio album, Ways Of The World, dropped on June 7, 2019, debuting at number one on the Billboard Reggae Chart. The band has come to be known for bending and blending musical styles and putting on fiery live shows. They bring their Ways of the World tour to the Blind Pig for one night only!

$15-$18 | 8pm | Thursday, January 30
The Blind Pig, 208 S. 1st St.
734-996-8555 | blindpigmusic.com

Trending

Casablanca: Comfortable, Down-To-Earth Moroccan Cuisine

Casablanca, on Washtenaw, close to Downtown Ypsilanti, has a comfortable, down-to-earth atmosphere, hiding it’s 35-year-ago provenance as a Taco Bell. The manager/owner, Mohammad Mohammad, is hands-on, ensuring satisfaction for each customer, assuring that each dish placed on the table is properly presented. The abundant natural light from ample windows gives the dining area a warm,

Cullen Washington, Jr.’s Meditations On Interconnectedness, Vivility, Democracy And Inclusion

In Ancient Greece, the agora was a central public space, meaning “gathering place” or “assembly.” The agora served as a political, commercial and social hub and was also where Socrates found himself in trouble because of his philosophical inquisitions. In The Public Square, an exhibit on view at the University of Michigan Museum of Art

Third Monk Brewery: Empowering Local Performers With Licensing Agreements

Jeff Robinson can hear the music of the brew. After working as an audio engineer for nearly 30 years, the owner of South Lyon’s Third Monk Brewing doesn’t see that career as dissimilar: “…malt is the bass,” he says, “and hops are the treble, and the yeast is the mastering. I can take components of

Courtroom installation explores what is fair and equitable in the legal system

We human beings are a storytelling species. Our social institutions— religious, legal and cultural— are based on narratives that may be fanciful or fact-based or influenced by precedent. But they are also ever-evolving. Throughout the winter and spring of 2020, Courtney McClellan, this year’s Roman J. Witt Artist in Residence at the University of Michigan