Arts Beats And Eats
September 3, 2010 by Post Team
Arts Beats And Eats, It happens each weekend of Labor Day at this time. Even with one of the most important events in the Detroit area, Michigan State Fair, now a not so distant memory, their counterparts and competitors to fill the void. Arts, Beats & eats, what their inaugural tour in Royal Oak, the International Jazz Festival downtown Detroit and Hamtramck Labor Day Festival Concert findings offer low cost or free.
The question, of course, is what to do in the midst of the myriad of options, an exercise made more difficult this year for other big shows like the second night of Eminem and Jay-Z tonight at Comerica Park, Lady Gaga on Saturday the Palace and Ted Nugent’s home on Sunday at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
What follows is a list of festival is not shown to lose if possible.
The opening night of the Detroit Jazz Festival is always special, and so will be tonight when the gospel vocal group Take 6 joins the festival artists in residence and Mulgrew Miller Trio at 7 pm at the main stage Chase. Tower of Power brass brand of Rockin ‘R & B at 9:15 pm just a good night even better.
Some of the best sounds of Arts, Beats & Eats will be covered in the Royal Oak Music Theatre with three shows presented by Kid Rock’s Made In Detroit clothing company. Today’s lineup includes the Howling Diablos, Silverghost and more, with a midnight performance of Sponge. The hard lessons and owner Ty Stone on Saturday, with pace Corps’s duty to midnight, and Jody Raffoul & Friends and Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas wrap things up on Sunday. The theater is at 318 W. Fourth St. Admission is free until 10 pm and 3 and later.
Born Lillie Mae Jones in Flint, Betty Carter turned the jazz world on his ear from the 1940s in a unique and individual vocal style that earned him the title of Godmother of Jazz. A dozen years after his death, a group of devotees from Detroit – led by the pianist Cliff Monear and bassist Paul Keller, drummer Sean Dobbins and Naima Shambourger vocalists, Broadway and Stephanie Monear Kelly Shindler – present a tribute Festival Jazz at 1 pm Saturday at the Waterfront Stage Absopure.
Ann Arbor, raised Mayer Hawthorne (ne Mayer Andrew Cohen) has had a national impact with the classic, yet contemporary soul sounds of their debut album in 2009 “, a strange choice,” and the hit “Just Is not Gonna Work Out.” Former DJ Haircut makes it even better on stage, making his show 20:30 Saturday for the Arts, Beats & Eats Michigan ‘Lottery camping during stage one.
Sweet soul music will have a touch of jazz, saxophonist Kirk Whalum as leads Jazz Festival tribute to the late singer / songwriter Donny Hathaway, Lalah Hathaway his eldest daughter, a recording artist herself, joining at 9 pm Saturday on the main stage of the Chase.
Big Daddy Lackowski chairs the annual Polka Mass on Sunday on stage at the Southern Festival Hamtramck.
Ebbing commercial fortunes have dulled chops R & B singer Macy Gray making style, which will be on display as she closes Arts, Beats & Eats Michigan ‘Lottery Stage at 10 pm Sunday. Arrive early to catch the wave with Larry Lee & the round in the Band Day at 7 pm and the War at 8:15 pm
New Orleans songwriter, producer and performer Allen Toussaint is an American legend in good faith that cut across genres through his work with Paul McCartney & Wings, LaBelle, gauges and many others. His performance at 5 pm Monday at the main stage in Detroit Chase may be the most mandatory program to catch this weekend.
Detroit rock n ‘roll pioneer Mitch Ryder hits a soundtrack apparently required a weekend vacation in the Detroit area. Will they play to close the Hamtramck festival at 8 pm Monday at South Stadium?
Electronic / funk fusionist Amp Fiddler, who is in the midst of working on a new album, will reduce the size of a quartet for a special Labor Day performance at 8 pm Monday in the Ford Fiesta scenario in Art, Beats & eats. Listen for songs from “Waltz of the Ghetto Fly” and “Afro Strut” as well as a version of “Joe the Leaves’ Hey Fiddler who has never performed live.
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