We get it. You have a dream, but you don’t know where to start. It’s the age-old Blank Page Syndrome — the fear of failure mixed with adrenaline-filled anticipation — that keeps you from leaving your day job and following your day dream.
Up until now, Grand Rapids’ growing and thriving music scene hasn’t offered music lovers a place where close, careful listening takes center stage.
After a few false starts that go back to the spring of 2017, local music favorite May Erlewine will see the release of her latest album, Second Sight, with a string of release concerts all across Michigan this month.
With our Best of the West competition now running strong in its fourth year, one of the most fascinating bits we find when looking over all the results is the rise of career artists and newcomers alike.
As summertime comes to an end, August has just arrived.
Heartbreak has inspired some of the best songs of all time. It’s also pushed artists through some of the roughest moments and led to the greatest growth of their careers.
After a year off, Grand Haven is ready to take the beat back out for a walk.
In the digital age, every diehard music fan has attended at least one concert where the whole vibe got ruined by one person. Whether it’s a fan holding up an iPad to record the entire show or a drunk who won’t shut up once the music starts, crowds can completely remove you from that magical moment where artist and listener become one.
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