Detroit native Jack White threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Tigers’ series opener against the Chicago White Sox.
The two-day Orion Music + More Festival, curated by heavy metal legends Metallica, will not be returning to Detroit’s Belle Isle next year (the site of the 2013 edition) and will take 2014 off altogether, according to event promoter C3 Presents.
As Metallica’s giant Orion Music Festival gets underway this weekend, the band sat down to explain why they think Detroit will be the festival’s new and permanent home.
As the same-sex marriage debate rages in the Supreme Court (and the court of public opinion), Shirley Manson and her band Garbage let it be known exactly where they stand on the controversial topic, allowing […]
Metallica has announced the complete line up for the second annual Orion Music + More Festival, set for June 8 and 9 at Belle Isle in Detroit, Michigan. Among the headliners for this year’s event […]
Notorious EDM festival Electric Daisy Carnival will descend on the Midwest when the wildly popular annual rave sets up shop in Chicago over Memorial Day Weekend 2013. Produced by Insomniac Events, EDC will take over […]
It might be hard for some to realize that Kid Rock’s breakthrough album, Devil Without a Cause, is officially fifteen years old (it was released in August of 1998). In that time, the man born […]