Border City Music Project is a stylized documentary that reverberates a detailed, well-paced conversation about the state of our modern culture; the idea that it is more than just art on a wall or music in your speakers.
The Detroit Lions proudly presented Rock For Jobs at The Fillmore in Detroit. Rock For Jobs featured Alto Reed’s AllStars, Mark Farner, Mitch Ryder, and special guest The Electric Playground on Friday, November 23rd. Check Out All The Photos!
For more than 4 decades, Mitch Ryder has been one of the gritty rock standard bearers of Detroit music. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, recorded several hit records in the mid to late 1960s, […]
Alto Reed, legendary saxman for Bob Seger’s Silver Bullet Band, brings his All Stars back to the Motor City Fiday November 23rd for a benefit concert at the Fillmore Detroit. Joining the celebration, Mark Farner […]
Deroit area rock band Grand Funk Railroad was formed in 1969 by Mark Farner and Don Brewer from Terry Knight and the Pack and Mel Schacher from Question Mark & the Mysterians; Knight soon became the band’s manager.
Michigan singer songwriter and founding member of the rock trio Grand Funk Railroad, Mark Farner, is home and recovering nicely from heart surgery to implant a pacemaker. Mark’s wife Leisa posted this message on his website:
Join 104.3 WOMC for “Rock For Jobs” presented by the Detroit Lions on Friday, November 23rd! It’s a special concert benefiting Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit’s job training and placement programs.
Named after the Michigan train line known as the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, the trio that was [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Grand Funk[/lastfm] came to prominence when they appeared at the Atlanta Pop Festival in 1969. Over the […]
Today’s Big 4 at 4 countdown features[lastfm link_type="artist_info"] Grand Funk Railroad [/lastfm]. Frontman and Flint native [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Mark Farner[/lastfm] talks growing up in The Buick City and getiing “Laid off from High School!”
Grand Funk Railroad got its name from a Michigan landmark. Bobby Mitchell tests your Rock n Roll IQ and asks former lead singer Mark Farner why the band broke up.