Fantastic Negrito brought his Blues infused black roots punk attitude music with special guest Detroit’s Jiva, to The Loving Touch in Ferndale, Michigan.
ACT Windsor opened a magnificent reinvention of the first ever Broadway rock musical, Hair, now celebrating its 50th year, as part of their inaugural 30 Under 30 program.
Super star drag queen RuPaul’s Drag Race 2018 Werq The World Tour will make a stop in Detroit at the MotorCity Casino and Hotel Sound Board Theatre.
Students flocked to the Windsor Beer Exchange following the first day of school to get their Indie music fix with “Larger Than Life” local rockers Huttch.
Korda opened Fun Home Labour Day Weekend, and showcased it during Windsor-Essex Pride Fest with Erica Peladeau’s thrilling performance of “Changing My Major”.
Canadian Country Music singer / songwriter, Shawn Austin, thrilled his audience at the Harrow Fair with his songs, including “Paradise Found” and the soon to be released, “You Belong”.
Winsor based playwright, Matthew St. Amand’s Shelter in Place, just opened and on opening night our review of the well written, well acted play, notes a most unexpected ending.
Right after opening act the United Snakes finish their set at Leamington’s Music on the 42 Saturday night, Simply Queen will take over. Mitch Taylor on bass will play with both bands.
Tall Tale Theatre’s production of For The Love of Late Night brings glitter and humour to Windsor’s Sho Studios featuring the story of Canadian late night talk show host Jimmy McCrae.
Local Blues rockers, the 519 Band, showcased new music from their upcoming album release during their Friday the 13th Mid-Summer Simmerin’ Dinner Show at St. Cyril’s Slovak Centre.