The Vans Warped Tour 2016 lineup is in action. Headliners include Falling In Reverse, Good Charlotte, Less Than Jake, New Found Glory and Sleeping With Sirens, among others.
Since their formation in 2013, the Detroit-based band has quickly garnered a global fan base with their potent mixture of aggressive rock, electronic arrangements, and seamless melodic elements. Throughout the month of November, the band’s video for “Crossroads” will be broadcast in-store at 1700 Journeys retail stores. That clip, which premiered via the band’s hometown major daily newspaper the Detroit Free Press has been viewed 300,000 times.
Mo Pop Festival – July 23-24, 2016 – West Riverfront Park – Detroit, has grown into a two day event that celebrates ingenuity, creative expression and craft – three themes found in all of Detroit’s success stories. The festival features some of the hottest alternative music acts in the country on two stages. Taking the stages this July 23-24 are G-Eazy, M83, HAIM ...
Looking like he has never given up on the 90’s, sporting ripped denim jeans, plaid shirt and scarves around his waist and a T-shirt with Detroit written across his chest which would later be exchanged with more local shirts during one of his many wardrobe changes. No longer sporting the boot that has hindered his movement from his recent right foot injury, he could be seen running, dancing and rocking out every inch of the stage.
TECH N9NE'S INDEPENDENT POWERHOUSE TOUR 2016 STOPS IN DETROIT WITH Krizz Kaliko + Rittz + ¡MAYDAY! + Stevie Stone + Ces Cru to a full house at the Fillmore
BREAKING BENJAMIN ANNOUNCE CO-HEADLINE WITH KORN NOCTURNAL UNDERGROUND TOUR TO KICK OFF SEPTEMBER 24 Tickets On Sale Starting Friday, June 10th Multi-platinum rockers BREAKING BENJAMIN announced today that they will join Korn as co-headliners this fall on...
The vibrant 25 year old is the son of 1970’s band the Regents' new wave front runners, and has embarked on a tour in support of his debut album, which premiered on May 13th. “Cut and Paste” is a solid reflection of a fellow influenced by many styles. Oscar combines creative riffs, catchy hooks, Brit-pop elements, synth layers, and hip hop beats (to name a few) into his wondrous collage of sound creation.
X Ambassadors took to the stage after an instrument swap, filled with rockstar energy and well-deserved confidence. Lead singer, Sam Harris, assured the audience, they were in for the best show of their lives. The four men invited the crowd to sing, jump and clap along, as they delivered songs from their debut LP and some older material from earlier EPs.