Music

Check out these local shows and releases in September.

Frank Turner Takes the Stage (Again) at Bell’s Brewery

Written by Eric Mitts | Tuesday, 06 September 2016 21:38 |

Every one of Frank Turner’s live shows means as much to him as the one before. In fact, the British folk singer-songwriter has kept a running tally of all the shows he’s ever played, and he’ll hit 1,966 when performing in Kalamazoo on Oct. 1.

Songs We Like, Vol. 13

Written by Pete Bruinsma and Morgan Hayden, WYCE | Tuesday, 06 September 2016 10:18 |

This is a sonic collaboration among Revue, WYCE and AMI Jukeboxes. Play this mix as a playlist on AMI Jukeboxes, read about it here every month and stream it on wyce.org. From Grand Rapids, to the world! Each of the bands featured will be performing in Grand Rapids during September. Go see them!

Born in Grand Rapids on December 30, 1934, Del Shannon was not just one of the biggest rock ‘n’ roll stars the State of Michigan produced in the 1960s, he was one of the best American rockers of his era.

Album Review: Heaters, 'Baptistina'

Written by Mark Deming | Friday, 02 September 2016 10:46 |

The band’s second album, Baptistina, is an inspired exercise in contemporary psychedelic rock, headlined by the outstanding guitar work of Andrew Tamlyn.

GRandJazzFest Returns to Rosa Parks Circle

Written by Eric Mitts | Thursday, 18 August 2016 17:23 |

Audrey Sundstrom had begun to wonder why so many towns much smaller than Grand Rapids had free jazz festivals when the second largest city in the state did not.

When her husband finally challenged Sundstrom to be the one to act, she did just that.

Now the founder of GRandJazzFest and the chair of GR and Jazz, the nonprofit volunteer organization that produces the festival, Sundstrom is elated as the annual event will celebrate its fifth year at Rosa Parks Circle this month.

Colossal Sound: Q&A with livetronica innovators Big Gigantic

Written by Eric Mitts | Monday, 08 August 2016 13:29 |

Live instruments, absolutely massive beats and a mind-altering light show — that’s the holy trinity of Colorado duo Big Gigantic’s live shows. They’ve been sought out as collaboratorsand played high-profile slots at every major festival in the country, and this month, they’re coming back to Kalamazoo to headline the fourth annual Audiotree Music Festival.

Audiotree Grows into ‘Unique Boutique Festival’

Written by Eric Mitts | Monday, 08 August 2016 13:23 |

Four years in, the Audiotree Music Festival still knows nothing but growth. Founded in 2013 by Kalamazoo natives Michael Johnston and Adam Thursion, the one-day event has already showcased an impressively diverse range of artists in its short history. This year, it’s taking over the city’s landmark Arcadia Creek Festival Place for the first time ever.

Earth Lands at Pyramid Scheme with Boris

Written by Steve Miller | Thursday, 04 August 2016 08:51 |

Doom legend Dylan Carlson of Earth chats with Revue.

Songs We Like, Vol. 12: Best of the West edition

Written by Pete Bruinsma, WYCE Music Director | Thursday, 04 August 2016 08:33 |

Songs We Like is a collaboration among WYCE, AMI Jukeboxes and Revue. Play this mix as a playlist on AMI Jukeboxes, read about it in Revue, and stream it on wyce.org! From Grand Rapids, Michigan to the world. This month: Most played songs so far this year on WYCE, including Tedeschi Trucks, Sturgill Simpson, the Great Ones, Radiohead, Charles Bradley, The Accidentals, Kevin Morby, Ziggy Marley, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, and many more..

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