St. Andrew’s Hall
The St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit, founded in 1849 to assist recent immigrants from Scotland and to encourage appreciation
Red Carpet Lounge
Red Carpet was one of the pre-Bookie’s venues that gave some nights to local non-cover band acts. A range
Opening around 1974 as Todd’s Sway Lounge, owned and operated by couple/business partners Bobby Calvert & Dan Campbell, this
Born out of several other respected bands on the Bookie’s scene, notably The Pigs (later known as The Rushlow-King
Started by Larry Ray and Bruce Nichols, two guitarists who had known each other since childhood in Warren, The
The Algebra Mothers was formed mostly by classmates from Cass Tech, a Detroit high school with a long roster
Touch and Go
Started in Lansing in November 1979, Touch and Go was a xerox fanzine created by Tesco Vee, a pseudonym
Big John’s Cowabunga!
A stapled 8 1/2 x 11 inch magazine, Big John’s Cowabunga! was founded in Midland, Michigan by John M.
WDET’s Radios in Motion
WDET, Detroit’s public radio station based at Wayne State University, was originally put on the air by the United