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RIVERSIDE SUNDAYS

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RIVERSIDE SUNDAYS

Polyphony Magazine is a proud sponsor Of Riverside Sundays with DrDarrius Shazaam from 97.9fm WJLB. Complimentary guest slips and more! Join us for some FREE family fun EVERY Sunday. Starting Memorial Day weekend Riverside Marina.

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MAN ON WIRE: A 9/11 Review

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MAN ON WIRE: A 9/11 Review

What's the deal with humanity? I didn't answer that question in watching this film, nor writing this review. But viewing the work of art that tightrope-artist Philippe Petit created—both of himself, and of the World Trade Center twin towers—made me wonder just how we're going to explain ourselves to aliens. And the journey towards that answer may explain a great many things about life in general...

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BravoBRAVO!

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BravoBRAVO!

BravoBRAVO! is a fundraiser to support the Detroit Opera House as a nonprofit cultural gem in the city of Detroit which is the home of Michigan Opera Theatre. A fundraiser led, supported, & produced by the next generation of art enthusiasts.

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25th Annual Detroit Music Awards

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25th Annual Detroit Music Awards

Distinguished Awards of Achievement were given to ad jingle pioneer Dan Yessian, and the family of founding publicist for Motown Records, Al Abrams, who died in late 2015. Kid Rock, who was to have been presented with a Distinguished Achievement Award, indefinitely postponed his appearance at the show, following the death of Mike Sacha, his personal assistant. Tributes were paid to the lives and works of two recently departed Metro Area greats, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, and founding Eagles guitarist Glenn Frey.

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DWIGHT SILLS: Making of 'Short Stories'

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DWIGHT SILLS: Making of 'Short Stories'

The making of Short Stories was a labor of love that took almost the better part of my musical career to record. It's not that I couldn't or didn't want to; it's more a case of life happening, and as a result, Short Stories is a collection of songs that speaks to my life experiences.

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Vicktor Taiwò

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Vicktor Taiwò

Vicktor Taiwò creates a sound unparalleled. The Nigerian-born singer writes of an unnamed girl, of innocence lost, of his view of the world. There’s palpable grief in his euphony. Accompanied with the haunting strings and reverberations in his songs, the end result is, to say the least, impactful.

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Elijah Bland Is On The Rise

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Elijah Bland Is On The Rise

This soul singer cannot help but wear his heart on his musical sleeve, whether it is choosing only to represent a brand whose values reflect his own, or in his anthems of self-respect and empowerment, and criticizing the loss of higher ambitions from the hip-hop genre, Mr. Bland aims to use his art to inspire strength and represent greatness.

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WARREN SHADD: Connecting The World To Music

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WARREN SHADD: Connecting The World To Music

It would have been story enough that Warren M. Shadd is the first, and only African-American piano maker in the world, but he has ventured to create an innovative line of acoustic and hybrid-acoustic pianos which are finding themselves in an increasing number of high places—including the #1 primetime show on television.

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