Before making what would become his latest album, The Love Still Held Me Near, acclaimed singer/songwriter Dallas Green – aka City and Colour – reached a point where he wasn’t sure he’d ever write music again.
Tunde Olaniran has been pushing the boundaries of pop music for more than seven years. The Flint-born, multidisciplinary artist began to take their music seriously in 2016 after a particular performance in Detroit–the city they now call home.
Brit Floyd returns to the DeVos Performance Hall stage on Monday, May 15th with an all-new production celebrating 50 years of the ground-breaking and iconic musical masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon.
Rising singer, songwriter, and social media personality Jxdn wants to redefine what it means to be famous.
Fast becoming a festival favorite – with performances at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Shaky Knees, and other destination events last year – Florida indie-rock outfit flipturn has won over more and more fans with their warm vibes and high-energy live show.
Vibrant powerhouse trio The Winery Dogs will be live in concert Monday, March 13, 2023 on the DeVos Performance Hall stage.
Just days after the widespread Russian attacks across Ukraine in response to the destruction of the only bridge connecting Russia to Crimea, Revue had the opportunity to speak with drummer Vladislav Ulasevich of the Ukrainian metalcore band Jinjer.
Way before hybrid schedules or Zoom calls, Philadelphia indie-rock singer/songwriter/guitarist Kurt Vile had long become something of a master of working from home.
Briston Maroney spent his early days as a musician playing house shows in his friends’ basements as a part of the DIY community. Now he has headlined sold-out concerts across the U.S.
Over the past few years, singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten spent a lot of time during lockdown working on her critically acclaimed new album, We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong.