Music

It’s an interesting time to be in a band, what with society’s newfound hyperconnectivity and all. The seemingly endless tide of adept millennials pumping out totally decent music on bedroom laptops can bestow an unsettling urgency for artists to try and keep up. 

My Brightest Diamond Brings Multi-Faceted Talent to the Stage

Written by Carly Plank | Friday, 24 October 2014 15:08 |

From psychological anthropology to tribal dance rituals, there isn’t much that doesn’t inspire Shara Worden. Since forming My Brightest Diamond in 2006, Worden has blurred the lines between classical, pop, cabaret and folk, while drawing upon wide-ranging themes. But to her, genre is irrelevant. Worden simply puts anything and everything she enjoys into her music.

Lamp Light Music Festival Amps Up for Third Year

Written by Nolan Krebs | Friday, 24 October 2014 15:06 |

For the third year running, the first weekend in November hosts Eastown’s Lamp Light Music Festival. The three-day gala of artistic delights brings together some of the area’s most ardent and talented creators, serving as a celebration of both really great music and a community’s potential to carve its own cultural niche.

Death Itself Can't Stop GWAR

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Friday, 24 October 2014 14:59 |

For 30 years, the infamous band known as GWAR has been delivering its brand of heavy metal through signature, over-the-top live shows that sport everything from gargantuan alien monsters to staged celebrity executions.

Rock for Crash's Wonderfully Combines Cats and Beer

Written by Giovana Barreto | Wednesday, 15 October 2014 14:47 |

Cat lovers are passionate. Beer lovers are passionate. That's the idea behind Rock for Crash's, a cat-themed musical event that benefits Crash's Landing, a Grand Rapids-based cat rescue and placement center.

 

Fleetwood Mac Announces January Grand Rapids Performance

Written by Lindsay Patton | Thursday, 09 October 2014 10:10 |

Today it was announced legendary rock band Fleetwood Mac will perform at Van Andel Arena on Jan. 20, 2015. This date will include Christine McVie, who has rejoined the band after 15 years.

Max Lockwood Crafts First Solo Release With a Lot of Help From His Friends

Written by Kyle Austin | Thursday, 25 September 2014 16:22 |

Max Lockwood didn’t make his first solo record so much as he grew it. Instead of hiring studio musicians to execute a defined vision, the Big Dudee Roo bassist simply took the 12 original songs he’d written for his senior thesis project at the University of Michigan and sowed them throughout his circle of friends.

Kalamashoegazer 8: Here to Carry You into the Heavens

Written by Nolan Krebs | Thursday, 25 September 2014 15:23 |

Shoegaze fans, stand in solidarity; Kalamashoegazer is back. Now in it’s eighth year running, the show is West Michigan’s yearly bloodrite to the dreamy swells we know and love as shoegaze.

Joan Osborne Tackles Love's Messy Aspects

Written by Dwayne Hoover | Thursday, 25 September 2014 11:58 |

Most of us came to know Joan Osborne with her 1995 Grammy-nominated hit single, "One of Us." Since then, the singer-songwriter has enjoyed continued success with multiple studio albums exploring a variety of genres, from the 2006 country album Pretty Little Stranger to the more bluesy offerings on her 2012 record Bring It On Home.

dizzybird records Made By Music Lovers for Music Lovers

Written by Kayla Hay | Wednesday, 24 September 2014 14:38 |

Combining their passion for music, Nicole LaRae and Brian Hoekstra partnered up to create dizzybird records, a Grand Rapids-based record label that aims to bring good music to music lovers.

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