Love Equalizer: Q&A with Erin Wilson

Written by Lindsay Patton | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 12:54 |
Q&A

Erin Wilson pretty much has his fingers in everything as founder of Until Love Is Equal, director of Wealthy Theatre and board president of ArtPeers. He told us what is focus is for 2012.

John Sinkevics' take on The Jammies, pop music and buzzworthy shows

Written by John Sinkevics | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 12:53 |

It's all about the music. Unlike the Grammy Awards' la-la land of red carpets and celebrity sidewalk stars, Grand Rapids' Jammies are the no-hype awards. That's what makes it one my favorite nights of the year.

My Brightest Diamond Finds Creative Space in the Mitten

Written by Lindsay Patton | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 12:14 |

Detroit still has a pulse! That's one of many factors that drew Shara Worden to the city. The mind behind My Brightest Diamond planted her roots in Detroit soil after living in New York, preceded by a year in Moscow.

Experience 1964 Without a Time Machine

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 11:41 |

With a history dating back almost 30 years, 1964, The Tribute has been bringing Beatlemania back to both old and new fans alike. Sporting the attire, instruments and stage presence of the early touring Beatles, whose music grabbed the attention of an entire planet, this group is as authentic as any tribute comes.

Willie the Kid: Hip-Hop Royalty

Written by Nick Manes | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 11:35 |

While the Detroit area has long been a bastion for music and has produced many a fine rapper, the west side of the state — and Grand Rapids specifically — is getting national recognition for its hip-hop music. Much of this is due to the work of William Jackson, better known as Willie the Kid.

Willie the Kid, who grew up on the southeast side and attended Ottawa Hills High School, is the younger brother of Wu-Tang Clan affiliate LA The Darkman.

February Microbrews: Right Brain Brewery

Written by Ben Darcie | Tuesday, 24 January 2012 11:04 |

Traverse City is now home to a handful of microbreweries, and the beer scene in our upstate is starting to grow. One of the forerunners of the movement is Right Brain, led by Owner Russell Springsteen.

GRAMan: Q&A with Dana Friis-Hansen

Written by Lindsay Patton-Carson | Tuesday, 27 December 2011 12:22 |
Q&A

Dana Friis-Hansen came on board as the director and CEO of Grand Rapids Art Museum in July. He told REVUE about any possible changes he might make to the GRAM.

The Northern Skies return with Thick as Thieves

Written by Kevin VanAntwerpen | Monday, 21 November 2011 14:22 |

Eccentric, off-beat music has never been so accessible as it is when performed by Grand Rapids folk outfit The Northern Skies. With a barrage of fiddles, violins and ethnic percussion blended in with a modern alternative sensibility, the band exemplifies everything new and everything old at the very same time.

Old and Experienced: The Current State of Reel Big Fish

Written by Patrick Nothaft | Monday, 21 November 2011 12:58 |

As 19-year veterans of the ska scene, Huntington Beach Calif.'s Reel Big Fish can attest to the underground success of today's brand of ska.

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