The perils of a career in music include bad backs, sprained fingers, twisted ankles, mental anguish and the traumas from fans unsupportive of crowd-surfing.
Working a shift at a food truck can get you good, cheap seats at a music festival.
Passionate female and gender-nonconforming artists are pushing boundaries locally and elsewhere in Michigan.
This festival is so deeply rooted in the community it is spread across multiple venues, including homes, clubs and restaurants.
It’s a platform to live out failed dreams of super stardom.
Check out “Morts” in Lansing for a mix of classic standards and “funky soul jazz.”
Small Do-It-Yourself shows help “people’s music” maintain even in tough times.
Check out our coverage of the ukulele scene here in Lansing!
Homegrown musicians find a place to play in a vibrant local craft center
The student-owned housing co-ops are platforms for up and coming musicians that offer entry to under-21 college students.