Spread The Music virtual festival to raise more money for the Michigan Artist Relief Fund
Life has changed dramatically for everyone due to the pandemic.
It’s pretty safe to say that just about everyone wants to put 2020 in the rearview mirror and look ahead to 2021.
How West Michigan’s venues are barely staying afloat.
No other year in the last century has changed music more than 2020.
The Mill at Vicksburg aims to revitalize small Southwest Michigan community post-pandemic.
Grand Rapids rapper Fruit Punch brings a fresh voice to the local music scene.
Kalamazoo rock band BoneHawk prepares for international vinyl release of second LP.
Although we’re now in our fifth year of Best of the West here at Revue, it’s our first during quarantine. Forgive us if everything — and we mean everything — still feels a little surreal.
Many West Michigan bands have pushed on with planned album and EP releases despite the lack of touring opportunities or even local shows to support the new music.