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Indie folk trio Oliver Hazard comes to 20 Front Street, April 27

By Kevin Alan Lamb Should you find yourself reading these words, please know the pleasure and gratitude held in my heart for the opportunity to tell stories about the things that I love. I’ve rarely been the steady relationship (romantic) kind of guy, but from a young age I diligently practiced and pursued the longings… Continue reading Indie folk trio Oliver Hazard comes to 20 Front Street, April 27

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Get Over The Hump with Act Casual at Otus Supply

By Kevin Alan Lamb Chemistry is a powerful magnetic force that draws us towards those who emit similar heat signatures. Young, foolish men and women believe they can do things best by themselves, but as we discover those of a similar nature as ourselves, we learn the potency and magic of collaboration. What began as… Continue reading Get Over The Hump with Act Casual at Otus Supply

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Chirp releases “Greener” from self-titled, debut, full length album

Spring is in the air, the birds are chirping, and seeds are sprouting from the soil as new beginnings are being born. We are stoked for Chirp's album release party Saturday at The Blind Pig with Hannah Rose and the GravesTones and Biomassive. But first, here's a little taste of what's to come! Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/316976872289230/?active_tab=about Tickets: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/chirp-hannah-rose-and-the-blind-pig-tickets/9221665?pl=blindpig

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Spirit Sound: Joe Chamberlin (FlyLite Gemini)

By Kevin Alan Lamb Michigan is sacred land protected by the beauty and fury of winter. It challenges each of us to slow down, recharge, and take an honest look at the truths we've been serving or running from. For an artist, the winter freeze prompts the necessity of digging a little deeper, and reflecting… Continue reading Spirit Sound: Joe Chamberlin (FlyLite Gemini)

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Escaping Pavement, Road Warrior

By Kevin Alan Lamb Life is funny, and I think we all would prefer a comedy than a tragedy. I find myself writing these words at the very place I met Aaron Markovitz, so many years ago. I’ve always enjoyed writing from M-Brew in Ferndale, where Aaron was working at the time. It has an… Continue reading Escaping Pavement, Road Warrior