Multiple Grammy Award-winning producer Don Was is well known to Detroit music fans as a founder of the hit-making rock band Was (Not Was) and as president of Blue Note Records. The Detroit-born Was maintains a powerful connection to Detroit music of all kinds through hosting this annual All-Star Revue at the Concert of Colors.
Featuring: Carolyn Crawford; John Sinclair; David McMurray + Paul Randolph; Dennis Coffey + Melvin Davis; Tino Gross + Harmonica Shah; Jessica Care Moore; The War & Treaty; Nadir Omowale; Sweet Pea Atkinson, Donald Ray Mitchell + Sir Harry Bowens; Chris Canas + 440; Corktown Popes; Steffanie Christi’an; Mahogany Jones; Nick Piunti; Alan Franklin; DIME Singers; and the Revue House Band: Luis Resto, keyboards; Randy Jacobs, guitar; Brian Roscoe White, guitar; Ron Pangborn, drums; David McMurray, saxophone; Rayse Biggs, trumpet; Sir Harry Bowens, vocals; Sweet Pea Atkinson, vocals; Donald Ray Mitchell, vocals; Don Was, bass.Find out more »
Come hang out with us for an afternoon of jazz and funk with Nadir Omowale and the jazz group Freestyle. Gracious Saviour Lutheran Church (GSLC) announces the presentation of their 9th annual JAZZ ON THE LAWN and More! concert. This fundraising event is scheduled for Saturday, July 22nd , 3-8pm at GSLC located at 19484 James Couzens, in Detroit. This year’s entertainment will promise you an afternoon of prime entertainment featuring the Cass Technical High School Jazz Band, Pastor Robert…Find out more »
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MetroArts is a television program entering its sixth season that features artists in and around the Metropolitan Detroit area representing the disciplines of visual, performing, and communication arts. They bring awareness to up-and-coming artists as well as support those artists who have worked in the Metro Detroit area by being arts advocates and taking an active role in their communities. Metro Arts Detroit host Larry WallaceFind out more »