#GRANDNEW | Metro Grand Rapids Opens Its Doors July 27

The Grand Rapids art scene is on the rise. Local artists have been seeking available venues to showcase their talents. Metro Grand Rapids has a winning concept that is here to celebrate local talent while striving to embrace diversity and inclusion! Grand Opening Party | Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 6PM Location | 1901 Division St. S. {Garfield Park Neighborhood} […]

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featuring From Mendelssohn

Mendelssohn’s combined mastery of melody, form, counterpoint, and the chamber idiom was admired and imitated by composers for generations to come. In a program bookended by two works of Mendelssohn from 1845, one brief, the other epic, we hear Mendelssohn’s close friend Robert Schumann’s response to Mendelssohn’s piano trios; how, near the end of his life, Brahms recalled Mendelssohn’s lyricism […]

Asleep at the Wheel

Ray Benson founded Asleep at the Wheel in Paw Paw, West Virginia 48 years ago. Now based in Austin, the band holds 10 Grammy awards, 20 studio albums and 20 singles on the Billboard country charts. the Grammy Award-winning Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob WILLS and His Texas Playboys is the band’s most recent release (2015) and […]

Dirty Honey @ The Stache 3.26.19

Dirty Honey is a rock band out of Los Angeles’ who just released their debut EP which you can find here on Spotify. They’re currently on tour supporting Red Sun Rising, alongside with Goodbye June, and will also be going on tour this summer with Slash, of Guns N’Roses fame. Dirty Honey have many summer festivals coming up, such as […]

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featuring Russian Mastery

Russian music has told the story of its country and people like no other. The Prokofiev “Two Violin Sonata,” written in 1932, stands apart as an audaciously creative work from the period between the wars, while the remaining works on the program are glorious musical outpourings of the age of the tsars and the Russian Empire. Come hear CMS explore […]

Veronica Swift featuring the Benny Green Trio

Benny Green possesses the history of jazz at his fingertips. Combine mastery of keyboard technique with decades of real world experience playing with no one less than the most celebrated artists of the last half century, and it’s no wonder Green has been hailed as perhaps the most exciting hard-swinging, hard-bop pianist to ever emerge from Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. […]

Milk Carton Kids

Nominated in 2015 for a Grammy for Best American Roots Performance, Best Folk Album of the year in 2013, and winner of The Americana Music Association for Best Duo/Group of the year in 2014, The Milk Carton Kids released a brand new album on June 29 from ANTI-Records All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I […]

Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn

Fleck and Washburn met at a square dance and began playing music together a dozen years ago, beginning with the Sparrow Quartet. They married shortly thereafter and became parents to a cute little tot. They’ve been touring the globe as a duo for years, almost nonstop but for each other’s performances with various other musical iterations: Bela with the likes […]

Joey DeFracesco

Joey DeFrancesco is adored for his buoyant, moody sense of swing and balladry as a composer and as an organ player. DeFrancesco’s new quartet features him on the Hammond B-3—plus contributions on keyboards, trumpet and as a vocalist. Accompanying him are drummer Jason Brown, guitarist Dan Wilson and saxophonist Troy Roberts—collectively billed as “the People.” DeFrancesco has recorded and toured […]

The Lone Bellow

It’s been three years since the band’s victorious, Then Came The Morning was released. The album was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and nominated for an Americana Music Award. The Lone Bellow appeared on Kimmel, Letterman, Conan, CBS This Morning, Later…with Jools Holland and James Corden in support of the album. In the years since the release the band […]