it came from the late night music club from culture city
(and for the Next two weeks with two video, One reg and one for the it came from Detroit Local Premeir Next week - OCT. 27 at the DFT)
For the Next few weeks i will be doing not one but two video pre day under the it came from the late night music club from culture city banner
One video will be a regualr video you come to love
and a Second Video will be for the Doctemcary of the rise of the Detroit Rock and roll sence as told from the people who live it, it explores the history of the scene that spawned the White Stripes, The Von Bondies, The Dirtbombs, The Hentchmen, Detroit Cobras, Demoliton Doll Rods and a lot more
the Movie will play for the first time on Friday, October 27 and it will start with the Dirtbombs playing the Rivera Court befor the film go on at 8 PM then after the Film there will be short set by Outraggest Cherry and the witches after the show ticket cost $10 and should be a great show
And we wish lot of luck to Director James P. Petix and Producer Sarah Babila on this big night
now if you want more info on the Film, you can goes to there web sight at
And now if you want to get ready for the film, Here the Trailer for the film from you tube
now it time for my reg. Video
God bless you Freddy Fender, Who dide over the weekend at the age of 69
In 1974, Fender recorded "Before The Next Teardrop Falls." The single was selected for national distribution, and became a number one hit on the Billboard Country and Pop charts. His next four singles, including a remake of "Wasted Days," all hit the number-one spot on the Billboard Country charts.
During the next few years, Fender had several major country hits, including the No. 1 hits "Secret Love" (1975) and "You'll Lose A Good Thing" (1976). He had other top 10's in country as well with "Since I Met You Baby" (1975), "Vaya Con Dios" (1976), "Livin' It Down" (1976), and "The Rains Came" (1977).
He also had success on the pop charts. In addition to "Before The Next Teardrop Falls" going number 1 on the pop charts, he also took "Wasted Days And Wasted Nights" into the pop top 10 and "Secret Love" into the pop top 20. Also "Since I Met You Baby," "You'll Lose A Good Thing" (his last pop top 40), "Vaya Con Dios," and "Livin' It Down" (his last pop hit to reach the pop top 100) all did well on the pop charts as they did in the country genre.
and Now from a band who will played the premeier
Originally conceived as a “singles band”, the Dirtbombs were to record only 7” records; record label [In The Red], however, persuaded them to record an LP. Collins decided that if the band were to record a full-length album they would treat the entire album like a giant single, meaning that each would demonstrate one musical idea. 1998's Horndog Fest was a punk rock record, 2001’s Ultraglide in Black was a collection of nearly all soul, R & B, and Motown covers, and 2003’s Dangerous Magical Noise was a pop rock album.