AMUKA RETURNS HOME: Sheila Brody would go on to attain international stardom as a house music artist known as AMUKA.
Detroit Music Station

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Sheila Brody was discovered by none other than The Godfather of Funk, himself -George Clinton – while sitting on the front steps of United Sound Studios. She would become the lead singer of The Brides of Funkenstein and would go on to record Never Buy Texas From a Cowboy – named one of the 50 coolest albums of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine in 2001. Since then she has worked with such musical...

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Thursday, 31 December 2015
HONORING A LEGEND – DETROIT’S ORIGINAL QUEEN OF THE BLUES: This week marks the one year anniversary of Alberta Adams death
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She was Detroit’s undisputed Queen of The Blues for as long back as anyone can remember. She sang with such musical legends as T-Bone Walker, Duke Ellington, John Lee Hooker and Johnnie Bassett and recorded on such labels as Chess Records , Thelma Records and Cannonball Records. This week marks the one year anniversary of Alberta Adams death – she passed on Christmas Day 2014 at the age of 97. Just weeks before her passing, Brett Callwood wrote a wonderful...

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Monday, 21 December 2015
A TIME TO COMPETE IN THE FEATS OF STRENGTH AND DANCE: this Saturday night we can do just that for a very worthy cause.
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We all know that Festivus is the time of year to air your grievances and this Saturday night we can do just that for a very worthy cause. Beginning at 5:00 PM, come join Howling Diablos, Royal Blackbirds and The Detroit Cobras at the Royal Oak Farmers Market as they perform their annual holiday show. All proceeds for this event will benefit South Oakland Shelter (SOS) – a housing and homeless shelter that has been providing assistance to individuals and...

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Thursday, 17 December 2015
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