Andy Garris admits it with an eager smile: “I missed the music!” And that’s why you’ll find him back in the middle of the action, pouring drinks during live music programming hosted inside Lo-Fi, Ann Arbor’s newest destination for culture, cocktails, and nighttime entertainment. It’s been seven years since many of the avid local music
With a “freeform” songwriting approach, After Hours doesn’t conform to a traditional setlist structure, instead embracing a mix of different musical styles with improvisation. The band’s songs, written collaboratively and individually, are born out of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti’s do-it-yourself (DIY) music scene.
(Full disclosure: Jason Webber is a former employee of Psychopathic Records) Shaggy 2 Dope is the George Harrison of Insane Clown Posse. He’s the quiet one…at least until you get him talking about things he’s passionate about—ICP’s Juggalo fanbase, music, and the Dark Carnival mythos that runs throughout ICP’s body of work, which—sorry, haters—is now
The Ypsilanti Americana folk-rock quartet has released their second EP, “Pandemonium,” featuring a laid-back, twangy sound layered with beefy bits of funk, folk, and country smashed between two thick slices of acoustic-centered goodness.
Rockin’ for the Hungry food drive adds silent auction of music memorabilia This holiday season, one in seven residents of Washtenaw County won’t have enough to eat. During the Rockin’ for the Hungry food and fund drive, Food Gatherers staff and 107one radio personalities will be “freezin’ for a reason” with a six-day live radio