Detroit, MI -It was that rare chance to see a group that is at the top of their game, they made it look effortless and extremely fun. PTV’s fan base is rabid in their devotion and you could hear the crowd singing along with almost every song. The connection they had with the audience, the undeniable quality of the music, the epic level of their performance, the impressive light show, every box was checked, this was an incredible show.
Detroit, MI- With a hard drive full of new material, local musician, Justin Alexander, decided it was time to take his masterfully crafted songs to a live stage where he could let his music speak for itself. For this to happen, he would need to assemble a band from the area’s best musicians available. Meet Justin Alexander & The Modern Classics, Patrick Hood, Steve Stocker, & Rico Sierra who delivered an amazing debut show to a near capacity crowd last night at the Diesel Concert Lounge where they celebrated the release of the Destination Nowhere EP.
Detroit, MI - It was another amazing night when Lights, accompanied by co-headlining tour mates, The Mowgli’s and special guest K. Flay, blasted into Detroit’s St. Andrew’s Hall with all the sound, energy, and intensity of a Michigan storm front! The tour began roughly a year after the release of the Canadian synth-pop artist’s newest album, Little Machines, which features well-known single “Up We Go”. It is no secret why Lights has found herself successful. Her music is uplifting with catchy beats and we at DR2 have always enjoyed and is a steady feature in our playlists.
Detroit, MI - Saturday May 3rd, 2014 marked the debut of Jeffrey Adam Gutt’s post XFactor career and Dr2 was in the house to witness all the glory that comes along with such a momentous occasion! With all the fanfare usually reserved for the established artist, Gutt’s team successfully pulled off an amazing feat that had JAG fans flying in from around the world to pay homage to Detroit’s latest star
Mt. Clemens, MI- Another epic night of musical history went down at the historic Emerald Theatre in Mt Clemens this past Saturday Night as Detroit’s own Sponge revisited their 1994 breakout album, playing Rotting Piñata in its entirety, and in track listing order before a sold out crowd that infiltrated the entire downtown area all night long. An entire evening of
In what was nothing short of spectacular, Bret Michaels brought his Get Your Rock On tour to Mt. Clemens this past Saturday night and nearly destroyed the Emerald Theatre in the process! There was certainly that big time feeling as soon as you exited the your car, with tour busses line-up behind the Emerald that we haven’t seen since the like of Kid Rock kicked off his 2007 Rock N Roll Jesus tour on this very stage. The most amazing thing to see was that by 8pm, the Emerald was
Tuesday night the Emerald Theatre in downtown Mount Clemens saw a host of local up and coming rappers take the stage as openers for Cleveland’s legendary hip hop group Bone Thugs N’ Harmony.
The show was opened by Mount Clemens’ own Venomiz who, despite early microphone troubles, managed to pull out a energetic set that was highlighted by closer “Reality”.