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
Originally known as JC’s Rock Saloon, a biker bar where a notorious fight broke out at a Traitors/Ramrods show
Formed in 1978 by Livonia-area high school friends, towards the end of their senior year and right after graduation,
Nikki and the Corvettes
As a young music fan, Nikki Corvette remembers the impact seeing The Stooges and the MC5 had on her
Formed in 1976, The Romantics created a power pop sound recalling on the British Invasion bands as much as
Started originally as a ruse to get free drinks, records, and tickets, White Noise developed into a tabloid sized
Started by Johnny Chamberlin in the late summer 1978, SPOOEE! was a rival Detroit punk paper to White Noise.
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.