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We’re looking forward to doing some outside gigs this summer for communities across metro-Detroit. Always nice playing the blues with a cool breeze and a fun crowd! 78 more words
Howlin Mercy at 10 pm, Saturday, June 6 in Wyandotte! A great evening is planned at the James D. DeSana Center for Arts and Culture at 81 Chestnut Street. 73 more words
The Blues is Alive & Well in Detroit.
This is an outstanding rendition of Albert King’s song by McCarty & Mystery Train and in my opinion this band deserves more recognition nationally as major blues players outside of the Motor City. 75 more words
The Great Migration was perhaps the most transformative event in the twentieth century with regards to Northern cities, particularly industrial ones like Detroit. Between the 1910s and 1970s, millions of African Americans from the rural south made their way to the cities of the North in search of higher paying jobs and freedom from Jim Crow laws. 812 more words
Soup Kitchen Feb. 2, 1999
Our own slice of Blues Heaven in Detroit sadly now just a memory. 188 more words