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 On The Road with John Ludi's Mics Across America

 John LudiSo you may or may not remember John Ludi, a sort of progressive troubadour bearing songs for the coming apocalpse. No? You can check out a record review of HERE.

He's long since moved on from Michigan, having bought a chunk of land in the deeps woods of Wisconsin, eschewing the most of the modern conveniences to live his life as Off-Grid-John.

Well, that was until he realized just how awful being sequestered in a yurt during winter in Wisconsin really is. 

So this year, he's decided to grab his guitar, load up the van and head out across the fruited plains to catch as many open mic nights as will carry him safely back home to Wisconsin in the spring.

You can follow all of his travels and trevails over at his YouTube Channel or if you'd like to sift through years and years of musical offerings as well, head over to http://www.johnludi.com

Posted by Mitch on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 @ 05:43:15 EST (1769 reads)
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 Looking for bands for Album Release Parties
Deja_Vu_Ypsilanti writes

The areas hottest strip club, Deja Vu (ypsilanti)Deja Vu Ypsilanti is looking for bands to throw album release parties at their club! You won't wanna miss out on this opportunity to showcase your music and let some of that hard work pay off!

Contact Tony at 734-487-2110 to book your party!

Posted by mitch on Friday, November 23, 2012 @ 23:00:00 EST (1647 reads)
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 Sell Your Music At The Downtown Detroit Welcome Center

The Detroit Welcome Center is looking for local Detroit area CDs and Swag to sell in their store. Items must be submitted in person at the store by 4 pm Tuesday May 25th to be available for sale for their launch on May 26. They are looking for CDs, t-shirts and other swag from local musicians.

Time is short, so don't miss the oportunity.

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Posted by webmaster on Sunday, May 23, 2010 @ 13:16:36 EDT (3442 reads)
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 Check out Ann Delisi's Essential Music on WDET

Hey Folks, 

    I just wanted to let you know if you didn't already that Ann Delisi has a weekend show on WDET (101.9 FM) called "Essential Music" which features local Detroit area music every hour.  It airs Saturday and Sunday from noon until 4:00 pm.  You can also submit music for her show's theme until March 22nd.  Details can be found at the website (http://www.wdetfm.org/ann-delisi.php).  Check it out and make a small donation while you're at it, ok.  Let them know the local music community supports this move. 

It's about time local music got some serious air time, eh? 

Take care of yourselves,

Mitch

Posted by mitch on Friday, March 20, 2009 @ 05:03:11 EDT (3882 reads)
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 Looking For Original Music For A&E Television Series

HYBRID FILMS is looking for new, original music from Michigan musicians for use in our hit television series PARKING WARS, currently airing on A&E Network.

We're looking for music in all genres as long as there are lyrics (we are all set with instrumental/background tunes). We REQUIRE that musicians own and control (or at least can help us license quickly and easily) all rights (i.e. NO COVERS). Bands must be registered with either ASCAP or BMI. We can't pay up an upfront licensing fee, but we will credit the band at the end of the ep, include their info on A&E's website and all royalties are applicable. If the above sounds good to you-- please send me your CDs.

CDs should be sent to:

PARKING WARS
HYBRID FILMS
99 University Place
10th floor
NY NY 10003

e-mail questions to me at
Music@hybridfilms.tv

Posted by webmaster on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 @ 07:10:27 EST (4605 reads)
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 Radio Free Michigan - F'in ROCKS!

Radio Free Michigan streams independent music from MichiganIf you're looking to satisfy your local music jonz while you're paying your bills online, surfing internet porn or just want to hear something {{{{{{fresh}}}}} in the background while you operate your electric dog polisher, RADIO FREE MICHIGAN has you covered with a constant stream of home-grown music from all genres - just like terrestrial radio used to do before it got greedy, boring and stupid.  In the span of just a half-hour, I heard rock, hard rock, soul, blues, pop, a solo acoustic performance and some pseudo-funky progressive stuff so cool you would NEVER hear it on terrestrial radio.  And the best part is it's all LOCALLY PRODUCED in Michigan - NOT in L.A., NOT in Mexico, NOT in China, NOT in South America or any other distant locale where all the jobs have gone.  This is the way to get hip to new local music.  I've already found some new favorites (Crop Circle's "Flatland Queen" for one, Sweet Japonic's "Two O'Clock Sirens" for another) and I'm confident you will find some new favorites too.  Tune in now while it's still interesting. -  Mitch

Click "read more" below for a link and some other crucial details.

Posted by mitch on Tuesday, January 06, 2009 @ 16:50:56 EST (6245 reads)
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 GET READY ‘CAUSE HERE IT COMES: IT’S TIME FOR STIRLING’S BIRTHDAY!

Where else can you find some of Detroit’s best bands and new bands getting together to celebrate local music icon Stirlings’  Birthday Party. This year promises a night of rock n’ roll revelry you won’t forget!  This night will feature a stellar line up of bands. Performing will be The Skies Above-the new rock n’ roll project from guitarist Dan Kroha and member s of The Go, The Wrong Numbers-a new band made up of some of the finest players around town including Bobby Emmett formerly of The Sights and guitarist- Matt Thibideau and more.   The party is on Saturday, Dec. 20 at 8pm at Northern Lights Lounge located at 660 W. Baltimore (btwn 2nd & 3rd St.) in Detroit’s New Center area 313-873-1739. $6 cover charge and 21 and up are welcome.

Clickk "Read More" below for more details, show times and a line-up.
 

Posted by mitch on Saturday, December 13, 2008 @ 23:00:00 EST (4472 reads)
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 313 Jac Closes

Sorry, this is a bit late but....


313 Jac ClosesNovember 11, 2008 - After 12 years, the downtown rock n’ roll club 313.jac located upstairs at Jacoby’s is being shut down by the owners of the establishment. Promoters Stirling and Sue Static were asked to cease bookings there and the last weekend of shows is this coming weekend. According to what the owners told them they have no new plans for the upstairs but are moving away from the rock n’ roll community to a more gentrified  bar/restaurant atmosphere.
 
“We would like to thank the Detroit rock n’ roll music community, the bands and music fans that have supported us there for the past twelve years. Thank you for a most memorable run and we’ll see you soon, you can count on it.”
 
The team of Stirling and Sue Static will venture forward to a new location in the coming new year, so stay tuned. They vow to continue their support of the rock n’ roll scene in Detroit for years to come.

Posted by mitch on Monday, December 08, 2008 @ 17:05:32 EST (4232 reads)
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