Saturday, September 09, 2006

Hey Everybody today is

Dally Day in Detroit

Everybody is invite on Second and Forester and Hancock and third
11 AM to 11 PM

Be There


The Full Dally Music Line-Up

Forest Stage

11:30 AM Friends of the Family
12:30 PM Ralph Tope Jazz Band
1:30 PM Lola Morales
2:30 PM Funkilinium
3:30 PM The Odessa Harris Group
4:30 PM Jessie Palter Quartet
5:30 PM Philharmonic
6:30 PM Diviniti
7:30 PM DJ Blackman
8:30 PM Pathe Jassi
9:30 PM Layabouts
10:30 PM Brothers Groove

Garden Stage

11:30 AM 102 in the Shade
12:00 PM The Space Band
1:00 PM The Brakeman
2:00 PM Corndaddy
3:00 PM Big Lake Trawler
4:00 PM The Syreens
5:00 PM Ethan Daniel Davidson
6:00 PM Ralph Koziarski & Howard Glazer
7:00 PM Handsome Dan
8:00 PM The Pickups
9:00 PM The Saltminers
10:00 PM Blair

Alley Stage

Loup Garou and The Jambinos will be the MC's along with
the performance artist known as "The Millionaire".
11:30 AM Coup Detroit
12:20 PM The Variations
1:15 PM Anadonia
2:10 PM Space Heaters
3:00 PM I, Crime
4:00 PM Brave Rifles
5:00 PM Velveteen Rabbit
5:50 PM The Frustrations
6:50 PM The Decks
7:40 PM Aphonic
8:30 PM The Beggars
10:15 PM SSM

Urban Electronica

7:30 PM darkcube
8:15 PM Punisher
9:30 PM Rich Korach VS. John Johr

Update at 10: AM

Just Check The Forcast and it is Sunny The Bad Wheater is to the North overnight, There will be clouds and a few spoty shower thur out the day.

So for the Dalley


It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City WIth Grateful Dead

Well after 364 Days of Waiting From the Last Dally It is Finally Here, Rain or No Rain

for the 29th Year in a row the North Cass Community Union’s is proud to present The Big time End of Summer Festival The Dally in The Alley, 12 Hours form 11 AM to 11 PM and if it rain all day in Midtown, It will be put off untill Sunday and that durring the Lions Game

But to wram up what is hoping to be a good Dally in the alley
And in the Sprit of the Underground

Here a band would be prefect for the Dally Decaed ago
Grateful Dead

Friday, September 08, 2006

Dally Weather Update
POSTED at 4:55 PM

OK let update you Non Wheather People on the Weather for Day day tommorrow with your latest up-to-date Forcast at Late-afternoon Friday.

The Latest Forcast for the Detroit Metro Area For Saturday is not that good

The Wheather Channel is Forcasting Scattered T-Storms thugout the day From 11 AM to Near th e end of the dally at the (9 PM Hour) With the Chance of rain up in the 40% Range all day long untill 7 PM When it may go Down by 30% and less than 20% at the 11 PM Close with the Hi for 71* to a low of 60* near the End of the Dally.

It may Change or it may Not Change who know, So i post a new update at 11 PM Tonight to see if any thing change.
It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City With At the Last Mintues LAdy Grime Her Self Lady Sovereign

I was suppout to Play some to Welcome the New NFL Season, But in this era of you tube I can Not find it, It was there but it was remove, So what new Find a back-up.

So i Find a back-up

And she have just book a show at st. Andrew Hall on Friday, Novbember 3rd and she will be making her Detroit Debut

It the Grime Queen Her-Self

Lady Sovereign

Thursday, September 07, 2006

The Dally in the Alley Weather Report
POSTED: 9/7/06 at 6:53 PM

Well This Saturday or Sunday it will be the 29th Dally in the Alley From the One and only Midtown detroit on the Courner of Second and Forster, It going to be a very good time but the big question is Will it be a very good time with the Weather.

In the last few Days the Forcast for Saturday, September 9th have gone from It going to be nice on september 9th to it might rain on september 9th with the local TV Forcaster predicing a almost 50-50 Chance of Rain on the Day of the Dally, Which may not be good

Here are the latest Forcast for Saturday:
Fox 2 - 73* - (Friday is setting up to be a breezy and warm day under a mix of sun and clouds. There is a chance for rain showers Friday night into Saturday morning. The weekend will feature cooler temperatures... expect mostly cloudy skies Saturday with a bit more sunshine on Sunday)
Local 4 - 78* - ( Partly sunny with a chance of showers and thunderstorms)
Ch.7 - 72* - (Storms and Rain)
Weather Channel - 74° - (Scattered showers and thunderstorms, Chance of Rain 40%)
Accu-Weather - 71 ° - (Times of clouds and sun with a shower possible; not as warm)

Will Keep you Update on the Wheather Stiuation Up Untill Dally Day
The List

Tuesdays 10p - 12a
w/ Suzy Cole & Melody Licious

1) Electric Six I Wish This Song Was Louder (from Switzerland in stores 9/12/6)
2) Koffin Kats Perfect Suicide (RIFF2 DETROIT BAND OF THE MONTH)
3) Imposters Of The Deep Society Gaurdian Devil
4) Twistin Tarantulas Alexandria
5) Capitol Cities Keep It To Yourself
6) Suicide Machines DDT
7) The Avatars Revolution Revival
8) The Hard Lessons Bamboo
9) Freddy & The Four Gone Conclusions Stranded
10) The Paybacks Can You Drive
11) Grayling If Things Were Different
12) Five Horse Johnson Mississppi King
13) Brave Rifles Signal Fire
14) HOARSE Push (live @ St Andrews)
15) Johnny Headband Pink Cloud In The Sky
16) Dutch Pink Harlequin Rose
17) I, Crime It Aint Right
18) The Phage Sucka
19) The Tarnished Hearts Closer
20) Northern Whiskey Syndicate Endless Hours
21) Gannon Approach
22) The Beggars Right On Time
23) Ghost City Hit With The Kids
24) SSM Fiction Rock & Roll
25) Country Bob & The Blood Farmers 16 Tons
26) Sonic Rondezvous Detroit Tango
27) The Amino Acids Trafalger ..42
28) Electric Six Germans In Mexico (from Switzerland in stores 9/12/6)
29) Grande Nationals Meet Me At The Hotel

The DMRC Top 10

1. Iron Maiden — “Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg” single
2. Obie Trice — Second Round’s on Me
3. Ani DiFranco — Reprieve
4. Slayer — Christ Illusion
5. Gnarls Barkley — St. Elsewhere
6. Mew — And the Glass Handed Kites
7. Johnny Cash — American V …
8. Pharrell — In My Mind
9. Nelly Furtado — Loose
10. Sonic Youth — Rather Ripped

Sorry i dont have the Playlist for this week insound Radio on Cjam-FM
but you can listen to the show aging on

And the host of that show Jon Moshier will co-host a new show on WRJC-FM(90.9) called "The DSO Unmasked," it will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the member of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra . The show will consist of two segments: "Behind the Score," and "myTunes." On the latter, top classical musicians will talk about their favorite albums from all genres of music.

and it will start this Sunday at Noon.

Breaking Gig News

Massive Attack cancels State Theatre show

From The Detroit News

Pioneering UK trip-hop outfit Massive Attack has been forced to cancel its Tuesday concert at Detroit's State Theatre.

According to a statement from the band's management, the essential U.S. immigration visas were not issued in time for the beginning of the tour, which was slated to kick off Sunday in Toronto.

The band says it hopes to reschedule the show, along with three other canceled concerts, "as soon as possible," according to the statement.
It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City with A fan tribute to Steve Irwin with music From Green Day.

As you know by now about the Untimely Death of "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin Who die Early Monday Morning(in the US EDT) From a stingray attack off the Northern Coast of Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

The 44-year-old star was being filmed for a new TV program as he swam with a stingray on the Great Barrier Reef Monday when it lashed out with its tail, plunging a poisonous barb into his chest. He died within minutes.

In the first public comments by Irwin's family since the tragedy, the elder Irwin, who started the wildlife park that his son turned into a major tourist attraction, said Wednesday both were aware of the inherent dangers of their occupation.

"Both of us over the years have had some very close shaves and we both approached it the same way, we made jokes about it," he said. "That's not to say we were careless. But we treated it as part of the job. Nothing to worry about really."

Thousands of fans have flocked to Irwin's Australia Zoo wildlife park in Queensland state, creating a shrine of flowers, candles and written tributes. Stuffed animals poke out from between flags of Australia, the United States and England, and some visitors signed and left khaki shirts similar to those worn by Irwin in lieu of a condolences book.

Bob Irwin, 66, thanked fans for their messages of support and reassured them his son had died doing what he loved.

Queensland Premier Peter Beattie had offered a state funeral, and Prime Minister John Howard said that would be appropriate, calling Irwin a great ambassador for Australia. But Bob Irwin said Wednesday it wouldn't be what Steve wanted.

"He's an ordinary guy, and he wants to be remembered as an ordinary bloke," he said.

The Outporing of love for the "Crocodile Hunter" have been present in Australia in Zoo across the US and where else On-line, So tonight Entry in the Late Night Music Club that was found on youtube thur a link at VH1 Best week ever sight.

It a Photo Tirbute Thur the Music of Green Day Classic "the time of you life"

God Bless you the Steve Irwin
Long Live the "Crocodile Hunter"

From the Press Releasd From the Discovery Channel Networks

Discovery is working on a number of ways to preserve Steve's life dreams and passions, including how his friends and fans can support these ongoing efforts. While we affectionately and unofficially have dubbed these financial contributions The Steve Irwin Crocodile Hunter Fund (or "The Crikey Fund"), all donations and contributions in the memory of Steve Irwin should be made to the Wildlife Warriors Fund ( to easily and quickly benefit Steve's dream and to keep his projects moving forward as he would have wanted. All donations designated as Steve Irwin Tribute funds will go directly to saving animals in the wild.

Steve's fans can find a welcoming community on the Web at, and Animal Planet will dedicate special broadcast plans for a marathon and a special tribute in the days and weeks ahead.

A Bunch of Late Breaking Gig News For 9/7/06

= Arccording to Susan Whitall, Radio Writer from the Detroit New, That WCSX-FM will play every track of Bob Seger first Album in 11 years that will call Face the Promise that will be released on tuesday, Karen Savelly will played every track begin at 1 PM and after the whole CD is play you can give your Quick review on the Staion web Sight or called DJ Karen Savelly at 313-298-WCSX for you quick review.

but that not end there, ON tuesday at 10 PM J.J. Johnson will host a 90-minute live radio special with the Detroit-born rocker, who will play tracks off "Face the Promise," talk about the recording of each song and answer questions called and e-mailed in to the station.

Oh you can win a copy of it Begin Friday at 5 PM

WCSX Web Sight is :

= Also tommorrow night at 1456 Woodward Ave in Downtown Detroit esQuire After Dark, Hosted by the boy who invented Rap esQuire with Special Guest Marcie Bolen of the Von Bondies and a Special appearance by Deanne Iovan of the Come-Ons and yes esQuire go-go Girls, it start at 10PM and cover is 7 bucks

= The Grande Nationals have set a released Date for the Full lenght Debut Brass Knuckle Heartbreak, It will be Out on September 26th, From the press released it will National distribution directly through the iTunes Music Store,,,,, as well as through the beloved online indie store CD Baby!!! (

They will do a detroit Show and it may be in Frendale. yeiks
It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City With a New A Video From Beck.

I know it From The New CD The Information, I know it out On October 2 and i know it a make you own CD, But for the thired video in Many Weeks it a andord Video From The Information.

First it
"We Dance Alone" and then it was "Motorcade" and Now from the Great Mind that is Beck, Here Come "Elevator Music"

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Late Gigs

Molly-Jean is doing two Show Tommorrow Night at Memphis Smoke in Royal Oak on the SW Corner of Main and 11 Mile Road.

She be playing two sets... one acoustic and one electric
Breaking Culture News

Suri Cruise Do Exisit?

Well tongiht on the Debut CBS Evening News with Katie Courice at about 6:50 PM the Show debut the first ever picture of little Suri Cruise to show the World yes Virgina She Do Exiset.

UPDATE at 7:53

(CBS) Suri Cruise, the offspring of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, finally made her public debut Tuesday night when Katie Couric showed pictures of the 4-month-old girl during her first night as anchor of the CBS Evening News With Katie Couric.

The broadcast marked the first time images of Suri, the daughter of Cruise, 44, and his fiancé Holmes, 27, have been made public since her birth in Los Angeles on April 18 — ending months of speculation about the celebrity baby.

Photos of Suri with her parents in a photo shoot by Annie Leibowitz will appear in print in the pages of Vanity Fair magazine out Wednesday. Some were shown on air.

The cherubic-looking infant, who sported a full head of jet-black hair, was being held by her parents in the two shots shown on the newscast. Contrary to tabloid reports, little Suri appeared to be quite normal, with all fingers and toes intact.

The public's insatiable need to catch a glimpse of baby Suri has been fueling the tabloids ever since her birth. Unlike other many other celebrity babies' parents — like Shiloh, daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt who made her debut in People magazine shortly after her birth — Cruise and Holmes did not release photos of their new addition.

The absence of pictures sparked discussion on blogs and stories in tabloids about why the couple was keeping the baby out of the public eye. A July cover of Star magazine read: "What's Wrong With Baby Suri? —& Why Is Katie Hiding Her?"

In recent months, celebrity pals of the couple (affectionately known as "TomKat" in the tabloids) came forward seemingly trying to debunk rumors that the parents were hiding their child because there was something wrong with her.

"King of Queens" star Leah Remini, who first saw Suri at Cruise's home in July, said there was nothing mysterious about the youngster.

"Suri is just like every other baby," she said. "She pees in her diaper, she sleeps, she wakes up every couple of hours. This is what babies do, OK; there's nothing abnormal about her."

Remini also defended the couple's decision to keep their baby out of the public eye.

"I think it's really scary," Remini said in a recent E! news interview. "It's their baby, you know what I mean? Unless you've been in a situation with these paparazzi, I fully support to not take your baby out in that environment — I support people who go — look it's my kid, I don't have to show you a picture, I don't have to do anything."
Cruise's ex-girlfriend Penelope Cruz, and friends Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith all have spoken to the media about their visits with Suri.

Suri is "gorgeous," Pinkett Smith told People magazine in July.
"She's one of the sweetest babies I've ever met in my life, She's an absolute beauty, and she's Daddy's little girl."

The magazine reported that the couple visited Suri twice, both times at Cruise and Holmes' Beverly Hills mansion.

"She's beautiful and they're very happy and they need to be left alone," Pinkett Smith told the magazine. "She's the cutest little baby. She's got a head full of black, beautiful hair."

Cruz, who dated Cruise from 2001 to 2004, declined to offer details of her meeting with Suri this summer, but praised her as a special baby.

"She's really beautiful. She's one of the most beautiful babies I've ever seen," the 32-year-old actress said. Cruz was in London Thursday night to attend the British premiere of her new film, "Volver."

It seems people will do anything for a look at today's celebrity babies. At Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum in New York, a wax statue of Pitt and Jolie's daughter, Shiloh, was a popular site for tourists.

The "Where's Suri?" debate even became fodder for the morning shows. Katrina Szish, a contributing editor for Us Weekly magazine, appeared on The Early Show in July for a "TomKat Chat."

Us Weekly's Web site was equipped with a "Countdown Clock," calculating how many days, hours, minutes and seconds it has been since Suri was born without the public seeing her.

"I don't think we're going to be seeing her any time soon," Szish told co-anchor Renee Syler at the time. "I think the clock is going to keep ticking away. I don't guess we'll see her before she is 1 year old."

That prediction would be in line with Cruise's Scientology beliefs, which call for keeping children safely removed from outside influences. It was several years before photos were made available of Isabella and Connor, the two children who were adopted by Cruise and his ex-wife, actress Nicole Kidman.

"It's not out of character for Tom to be very protective of his children," Szish said, acknowledging the public's hunger to see the baby.

"Especially with the TomKat situation," she added. "His courtship of Katie Holmes was so public, engagement so public, pregnancy so public. They really did make us hungry, and now they're not … following through on that. That's what makes this one extra delicious. We're just waiting to see that baby."

Well, the wait is finally over.
From KCNC-TV Denver
Breaking Culture News

We Have A Winner In the Mercury Music Prize is

And the winner of the 2006 Mercury Music Prize is Arctic Monkeys for there Smash Debut "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not"

It caped off a Fantaic year for the Band From Sheffield which became the fastest selling debut album in the UK since records began, selling over 360,000 copies in its first week and has since gone triple platinum in the UK.

The album includes both tracks from the band's original EP, Five Minutes with Arctic Monkeys, as well as their first two singles and UK Number Ones, "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" and "When the Sun Goes Down".

The Bookeks put the band as the odds on Fave to win the Prisd

The Other Album For the Prize was

Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan - Ballad of the Broken Seas
Editors - The Back Room
Guillemots - Through the Windowpane
Richard Hawley - Coles Corner
Hot Chip - The Warning
Muse - Black Holes and Revelations
Zoe Rahman - Melting Pot
Lou Rhodes - Beloved One
Scritti Politti - White Bread Black Beer
Sway - This Is My Demo
Thom Yorke - The Eraser

And Now the Winning Band Video
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor"

CountDown to Dally
The Weather Report


The Weather Channel: 75°(T-Showers)
Accu-Whather : 78 °(Times of clouds and sun with a shower or thunderstorm possible in the afternoon)
Ch. 2: 76* (Expect more clouds over the weekend)
Ch. 4: 77* (Mostly cloudy and cooler with a chance of showers)
Ch. 7: 75* (30% of Showers)

I look like we may or may not have a soker for the first time since the 2001 Dally who know will keep you updated.

POSTED at 6:04 PM
Culture City Extra
Katie Big Debut Show Review

"Hi, everyone","I'm very happy to be with you tonight."

That was the First Words Said Out of Katie Couric as she Anchor the CBS Evening News For the Very First Time after all the Hyped afher 15 years of doing the Moring Sifte on a Andoher Network, Her Prime time Debut was just the Same as as any other Newscast over the last 50 years the Diffence was who was doing the Newscast, the News on CBS was spit up in to two Half no.1 was today news in a nut shell with a Exclusive by Lara Logan on "The resurgence of the Taliban:" and "Change in strategy: War on terror" and the rest of the Newscast was a little Light Fare with the very OK, Which have the First picture of Suri Cruise in Vantiy Fair.

They did a very good job with the Set, Graphed, and look of there Newscast they have even have the Great Walter Cronkite doing the Intro which thought was very good from the Old school to the News School.

But Overall i think tonight First news cast was very good, nothing special as it go along it was a very good Debut for Here First show, it was proable the same NewsCast you would see on ABC or MBC No Matter Who Was doing the newscating

But to thouse Review out there i say Dont Worried She Will be Fine.


Reaction From

"The Evening News looks great!"

> "It feels like Dateline. Not a newscast, and not 60 Minutes. More like a blend of news and Extra. Dateline is the closest thing. Yikes..."

> "CBS now has my 'eyes' at 6:30pm. Good mix of top stories, well-paced, and other features that are, at least, somewhat unique. The set and graphics rock, and Uncle Walter, though not the voice he was, still adds a 'signature' touch..."

> "While NBC Nightly News was updating viewers on Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's operation, CBS was showing pix of baby Suri. Enuf said..."

> "It just didn't seem like they had as much news as they did when Scheiffer was on there..."

> "Watch for instant dissing from the right-wing blogosphere. Tom Friedman bashed Bush. And Morgan Spurlock is not exactly a conservative pin-up boy, despite the pro-civility message..."

> "The Katie Show wasn't worth the price of admission. The gimmicks can't be repeated, so tomorrow and the next day will be better indicators..."

> "Not bad for a first outing..."

Drive Time Update:

And if you are wondering by the time this post is up, It will be 90 Mintues untill Katie on CBS, Nightly at 6:30 PM

New Indie Music News

And That Quricky Pixie Joanna Newsom have just announce a SHort, Very Short tour she is only playing Just four Dates and road testing new song from here new Album Ys which is out November 14 via Drag City Records, The record features arrangements by both Jim O'Rourke and legendary Beach Boys collaborator Van Dyke Parks.

The Closest Detroit Date is the First Date in Toronto, ON on October 4th

and there the album Cover which is on

ON-line Right Now at
A Interview with Corey Rusk of touch and go records on there 25th Annaversery show which there doing a street party This weekend in Chicago.
And A review and Far well to Sleater-Kinney on there Last show just a month ago
And I think i almost Cries When i read this on A blog sight Called Ryspace posted the last show from Sleater-Kinney
The First post is the opening with
Eddie Vedder and the Last Show ever From Sleater-Kinney

New In the AOL Listing Party:
Not Much
Grizzly Bear - 'Yellow House'
Hem - Funnel CLoud
And the Soundtrack to Trust the Man
and yes Beyonce
Local Music News Note

A premiere Date have been set for the story of the Detroit Garage Rock Scene

During the Very Long Break, It was announced that the date have been set for the made in Detroit rock n roll movie It Came From Detroit, The Film which was Directed by James R. Petix and Produced by Sarah Babila took over Six years to make look at the Detroit rock n roll sence for the height of the sence to 2004.

I have a lot of Detroit base bands which include Batman Rooster,Blanche, Brendan Benson, The Come Ons, The Cyril Lords, Domolition Doll Rods, Detroit City Council, The Detyroit Cobras, The Dirtbombs, Electiric Six, Fortune and Maltese, The Go,Gore Gore Girls, The Gories, The Hentchmen, Ko and the Knockouts,Outrageous Cherry, The Paybacks, The Sights, The Soledad Brothers,The Von Bondies, The Waxwings, The White Stripes, and The Witches

It also have interview with Jason Stollsteimer of the Von Bondies,Marty Morris of the
The Cyril Lords and SSM, Mick Collins and Ben Blackwell of the Dirtbombs, Troy Geogey, Mary from the Detroit Corbas, Amy of the Gore Gore Girls, Matt Smith of Outrageous Cherry, Eddie Baranek from The Sights, Wendy Case of the Paybacks, Dan and Tracee Mae Miller of Blanche, Former Metro times Music Writer Cirst Handyside, Magic Stick Booker Greg Base, and a certain someone (i hoped) Name Steve Paljusevic, I hear he been to more shows then anyone.

It will get it Detroit Premiere on Friday October 27th at where else the Detroit Film Theater at the Detroit Institute of Arts in Midtown Detroit just five Blocks North of the Stick, Three of thouse bands who are in the film will played the Premiere, The Dirtbombs will start out the evening playing in the Rivera Court at the DIA, then after the show the Witches and Outrageous Cherry will be rocking it on stage in the theater.

Now Ticket will cost $10 bucks and can be pick up at the Dia Box office or buy calling (313) 833-3237 or you can go to The Detroit Film Theater web sight at the DIA at this address or you can buy Tickets at the link Below

And As a little Snake peak Thur the miracle of you tube is the Trailer of "It Came From Detroit"

The Film Web
2 PM Update

From the old school indie blog this is from the News

Ex-REM Drummer Bill Berry will reunites with there old band mate for a one-off gig on September 16th as the bands will be induction into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.

Berry left the band in 1997, and have only played three times since then.

and on September 12th the band will put out a CD/DVD "And I Feel Fine," it will focus on the First Five years and will includes the first authorized release of a number of long-bootlegged rare tracks.

New Futureheads Gigs

The Futureheads who was just in Detroit about a month of a month and a half ago will do a new set of dates in support of the News and Tributes’ which feather past My NME Single of the week Worred about it later, but there not coming to detroit this time around but they have set dates out side the cites out side the 313

October 21st - Chicago, IL - Metro
October 22nd - Cincinnati, OH - 20th Century Theater
October 23rd - Indianapolis, IN - Birdy's Bar & Grill

Just up On line Now
The Teen age band from Seattle "Smoosh"
doing four songs For Rolling stones On-line
Here the Link

And yes as of this typing 4 and half hours to katie

With the Long weekend over and the weekend add one more days

We have a winner and for the Second Weekin a row the ture-life story of Ex- Philadelphia Eagle Vince Papale(Played by Mark Wahlberg) was no.1 aging earning $15.2 million from the extenden weekend.

The Two Films that was not review finish No.2 and 3, Crank, Which is about a hit man(Jason Statham) who has to stay on a toxic tear to stay alive made a OK $13 million, The remake of The Wicker Man which star Nicolas Cage opened about a decent $11.7 million

But the big Bomb of the weekend is the Basketball flick Crossover which opend in Fewer screen and pretty weak review finsh out side the top 10

The Full top 10:
() = Friday to Sunday
1. Invincible, ($11.9 million) $15.2 million
2. Crank, ($10.3 million) $13 million
3. The Wicker Man, ($9.5 million) $11.7 million
4. Little Miss Sunshine, ($7.5 million) $9.7 million
5. The Illusionist, ($6.3 million) $8 million
6. Talladega Nights. ($6.1 million) $7.7 million
7. Barnyard, ($4.8 million) $6.4 million
8. Accepted, ($4.5 million) $5.9 million
9. World Trade Center, ($4.6 million) $5.8 million
10. Step Up, ($4.6 million) $5.4 million
Mid-Day Update

as it write this post with less then seven hours untill Katie make her debut ob the CBS Evening News and the hype have kick into massed over-drive if the Tv Newser web site is any inacastion, there are covering all the based for the big night which start at 6:30 PM on WWJ-TV 62 in detroit (if you outside Detroit, check you area to find the nearest CBS station

Web sight:
CBS Evening News

Indie News

Sufjan Stevens want to say Merry X-mas to you on November 21, he is putting out a X-mas album on Asthmatic Kitty records, It will be a massed 5-CD box set with each of the CD with a Theme (Noel,Hark!,Ding! Dong!,Joy and Peace) and there was recorded between December 2001 and June of this year, it will be a mix of tradition and new song Compose by Mr.Steven himself.

He will go on tour For the Avalanche album released this year but the closed Detroit Dates are Sept.23 in Indy and Sept.26 in Chicago.
New Music Tuesday

Back from break on September 5th, and it was on this day in 1946 Singer/songwriter Loudon Wainwright III is born,he is 60 today and by onetime marriage to Canadian singer/songwriter Kate McGarrigle, he gave the world Rufus and Martha Wainwright.

also on this day in 2000. Eager journalists and hardcore fans alike mingle at the Sony IMAX Theater in New York's Lincoln Square for the North American unveiling of Radiohead's long-awaited fourth album "Kid A", It was not released untill October 3rd too a lot of good reviews and it debut No.1.

Hey it a lot better than who was No.1 Billboard Pop Chart on this day in 1976, that hit "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty," KC & the Sunshine Band, and it have never get out of anybody head.

You will not get out anyone head with today New Music Released from the only Bands that matters in Detroit Rock City:

Septrmber 5th


Not much, Because of the released of Beyoncé, "B'Day"

Audioslave - Revelations (Epic)

Grizzly Bear - Yellow House (Warp)
Opening for Tv on the Radio at St. andrew, October 10th
And soundtracks to a bad movie that was relased early this year and it was bad
"Phat Girlz"
also the Soundtrack to Magician Criss Angel A&E Show "Mindfreak"

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

Alice in Chains - The Essential Alice in Chains (two CDs; Columbia/ Legacy)
Miles Davis - Cool & Collected (Columbia/ Legacy Jazz)
Kinky Friedman - Last of the Jewish Cowboys: The Best of Kinky Friedman (Shout! Factory)
(He the Guy whom is running for Governer in Texas as a indie)
Sebadoh - III (Domino)

Music DVDs:

Peggy Lee - "In Concert Series" (Passport)
Roger Whittaker - "Roger Whittaker in Concert: Greatest Hits" (Foreign Media Group)
The Who - "Music Box Biographical Collection" (Music Video Box)

TV on DVD:

Abbott and Costello Show, The 100th Anniversary DVD Collection: Season 1
Commander-in-Chief Season 1, Volume 2
Hustle Season 1
The Adventures of Chico and Guapo, Season 1
Supernatural The Complete 1st Season
Family Season 1 & 2
Fraggle Rock Season 2
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Broken Trail (mini-series) Broken Trail
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Curse of the Hellmouth
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It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City

Guess What Kids, Break is now finaly over

And now it back to giving some very Indie music New and Tonight entry in the Club is sort of a just book gig at the stick For October 12th at the magic Stick, it a band i like since the i first saw them in the NME Radar section of the magizing, and it won over fans like. and there going to played Detroit at the stick, and there were my first easy winners of the NME single of the week and not only hgalf the band is female,

And that band is:

"Tilly and the Wall"

Monday, September 04, 2006

The Gig Gudie

September 4th - September 10th



The Flaming Lips - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC(Form May 25)
The Subways - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS(From August 7th)
Paul Simon - Saturday Night Live - NBC (From May 13th)
Scissor Sisters - Subterranean - MTV2

Online Radio

BBC Radio

Lamacq Live
4 to 8 PM EDT
Every Monday From now untill September 18th
(Only 3 show left)

This Week - Our Headliner is from the Raconteurs from Reading Festival and our showcase is Cajun Dance Party. This weeks documentary is Mastodon

Zane Lowe
Monday to Thursday
2 to 4 PM

Wednesday - Larrikin Love from Maida Vale

OneMusic with Huw Stephens
6 to 8 PM EDT Tuesday
Huw has Get Cape Wear Cape in session.

OneMusic with Rob da Bank
Thursday 6 to 8 PM EDT
Rob has Various Productions in session

And i would never forget a gig gudie without memtioning

the pretty Annie Mac
Thursday 4 untill 6 PM EDT

and for the Next three weeks - it mini mix choice

BBC 6 Music

and the music station have a brand new schuecle

Times in US EDT is in ()

Monday to Thursday

7:00 AM (2 AM)Phill Jupitus
10:00 AM(5 AM) - Gideon Coe
1 PM (8 AM) - Nemone
4:00 PM(11 AM) - Steve Lamacq
7:00 PM(2 PM - Tom Robinson's Evening Sequence
9:30 PM(4:30 PM) - BBC 6 Music Plays it Again
10:00 PM (5 PM) - Dream Ticket with Pete Mitchell
1:00AM(8 PM) - Chris Hawkins


7:00 AM(2 AM) - Phill Jupitus
10:00(5 AM) - Gideon Coe
13:00(8 AM) - Nemone
16:00(11 AM) - Steve Lamacq
18:00(1 PM) - Roundtable
19:00(2 PM) - Marc Riley's Brain Surgery
21:30(4:30 PM) - 6 Music Hub
22:00(5 PM) - 6 Mix
00:00(7 PM) - Brinsley Forde's Dub Bashment
01:00(8 PM) - Clare McDonnell


7:00 AM(2 AM) - Natasha with Weekend Breakfast
10:00 AM(5 AM) - Liz Kershaw
1:00 PM(8 AM) - Jon Holmes
4:00 PM(11 AM) - The 6 Music Chart
6:00 PM(1 PM) - The Funk Show and Soul Show
9:00 PM(4 PM) - Bruce Dickinson's Rock Show
Midnight(7 PM) - Queens of Noize
1:00 AM(8 PM) - Clare McDonnell


07:00 AM (2 AM) - Natasha with Weekend Breakfast
10:00 AM (5 AM) - Russell Brand
1:00 PM (8 AM) - The Music Week
2:00 PM (9 AM) - Andrew Collins
5:00 PM (noon) - Stuart Maconie Freak Zone
8:00 PM (3 PM) - Listener's 6 Mix
10 PM(5 PM) - Marc Riley's Mint
Midnight(7 PM) - Live at Midnight
01:00 AM(8 PM) - The Music Week(Repeat)
2:00 AM(9 PM) - Chris Hawkins

as for What on this Week

Gideon Coe
Monday to Friday (5 AM EDT)

Tuesday - Yo La Tengo
Wednesday - Phoenix
Thursday - Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly
Friday - Grizzly Bear

Tom Robinson Show
Monday and Tuesday at 2 PM

Monday - Simple Kid live on the show, plus session tracks from Camera Obscura
This Week in Session: Camera Obscura

The Dream Ticket
Monday ture Thursday (5 PM EDT)

Monday: Johnny Cash
Tuesday: Violent Femmes
Wednesday: Arcade Fire

And 6 Music Playit again

This Monday and tuesday
4:30 PM EDT

Sold on Song - Paul Weller

Paul Weller gives a great insight into the art of his songwriting in a very special concert recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios in London



All Times are PDT (-3 hours EDT)
Jermy Enigk (LIVE from Bumbershoot) Monday September 4, 12:00pm
Rocky Votolato (LIVE from Bumbershoot) Monday September 4, 1:00pm
Dengue Fever (LIVE from Bumbershoot) Monday September 4, 2:30pm
Nouvelle Vague (LIVE from Bumbershoot) Monday September 4, 5:30pm
Panda & Angel Tuesday September 5, 1:00pm
Cuchata Tuesday September 5, 7:00pm
Husky Rescue Wednesday September 6, 9:30am
Jon Langford (LIVE in Chicago) Thursday September 7, 7:00am
Devin Davis (LIVE in Chicago) Thursday September 7, 9:00am
The M's (LIVE in Chicago) Thursday September 7, 11:00am
Walter Meego (LIVE in Chicago) Thursday September 7, 1:00pm
Catfish Haven (LIVE in Chicago) Friday September 8, 7:00am
Scotland Yard Gospel Choir (LIVE in Chicago) Friday September 8, 9:00am
M. Ward (LIVE in Chicago) Friday September 8, 11:00am
The Changes (LIVE in Chicago) Friday September 8, 1:00pm
Sally Timms (LIVE in Chicago) Saturday September 9, 1:00pm
Eleventh Dream Day (LIVE in Chicago) Saturday September 9, 3:00pm
Moxie Motive (LIVE in Chicago) Saturday September 9, 5:00pm
Solovox Saturday September 9, 6:00pm
KJ Sawka Saturday September 9, 8:00pm
Richard Buckner Sunday September 10, 12:00pm

Satulitte Radio

Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch. 25)

New Show in the Underground Garage

Chicks & Broads - New Show Debut!
Fri 9/8 10:00 pm ET
A true music legend, the Underground Garage welcomes Genya Ravan to our family. Hear music from the "girls of garage," plus insightful comments on the development of women’s role in rock ’n’ roll since the 1950s right up to what’s going down today. Genya’s musical choices will delight and drive you into delirium.

and please dont forget Ko
on Saturday Night (11 PM)

Left of Center

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

THis Week - Wolf Parade

Matt Pinfield Plays Whatever He Wants - Now On Twice Per Month!!
The first and third Thursday of every month 6 pm ET

And Dont forget on Next tuesday live on Ch.31
were going Live to Margaritaville in detroit

XM Radio


Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Labor of Love on The Village (Continues)
The Village - XM 15 Sirius

The Spectrum (Ch.18)

Los Lobos: Performance and Interview
Sun 9/10 12:00 pm ET

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.24)

World Café
6 pm - 8 pm ET Monday through Thursday
1 pm - 3pm ET Friday

Thrusday - Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
Friday - Gomez

Now until - Mon. 9/4 Mid. ET

The King Biscuit Flower Hour Featuring Jethro Tull
Deep Tracks - XM 40
3PM - 4PM ET

The XMU Afterschool Special: In Studio With Starsailor
XMU - XM 43

XM Cafe Live: Sting
XM Cafe - XM 45


Subsoniq with Jurassic 5
XMU - XM 43


Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Deep Tracks - XM 40
10AM - 11AM ET
Thursday The Village - XM 15
Noon - 1PM ET
This Week Theme: The Bible


Words & Music: Detroit: Jazz City
Beyond Jazz - XM 72
Noon - Mid. ET


The AP Show
Fungus - XM 53

The Wolfman Jack Show
The 60s - XM 6

Out Doors


[9.6] ENON
[9.9] $2 show with REDISCOVER (Post-Dally)

Maigic Bag

Thrusday - CHRIS DUARTE and Bluestone
Friday - SAVOY BROWN featuring Kim Simmonds

Lager House
Tuesday: Entertainment w/ guests... and yes, that’s the bands name!
Wednesday: Thor w/ Zolar X and more... We hope this show is going to happen.
Thursday: The Amino Acids w/ The Slats (actually the Slats have cancelled... but hopefully the Aminos are still playing!)
Friday: The Capitol Cities post Dally in the Alley party!

Saint Andrews Hall

Friday and Saturday - Rancid (Saturday show start at 7PM, So this is not a post Dally show)


Wednesday - The Forecast


Tuesday - Double/Listix, Innadaze, Trajik, Raze
Wednesday - Belikos & the Abolitionist Projects w/ Noah Dub
Thrusday - Canada w/ Rescue, Chris Bathgate, Frontier Ruckus
Friday - The Hard Lessons w/ SSM, The Muldoons
Saturday Early Show - Ratatat w/ Envelopes, Panther
Saturday Late Show - Disclosure film series, pt. 1: A Critical Look at the Events Surrounding the Attacks of September 11

On 9/11/2001 America suffered the worst terrorist attack in modern history.19 hijackers managed to infiltrate the U.S., operate multiple terror cells in several cities undetected, simultaneously hijack 4 commercial airliners, evade the most advanced military and commercial radar defense systems in the world, destroy 3 skyscrapers in lower Manhattan, and seriously damage the headquarters of the strongest military in human history...resulting in the deaths of almost 3000 people. 2 Years later Congress submitted their report on the events , failing to include two key components : facts and the truth.
These screenings will be a must see for anyone with even the slightest doubt of the official story.
Sunday - And the Sky Went Red w/ For the Fallen Dreams, A Second Too Late

The Belmont

Mon. 9/04 - Mademoiselle Monday featuring The Bad Ways, Black Skies (Chapel Hill), Student Driver Band and DJ Sparkles.
Thursday - Dr. Sketchy.
Friday - Tarnished Hearts and The Pizzazz.
Saturday - The Avatars CD Release Party featuring The Avatars, All Seeing Eyes (featuring members of Rocket 455), Loretta Lucas and DJ Johnny Hentch.(Post-Dally)

DTE Energy Music Theatre

Wednesday - John Mayer/Sheryl Crow w/Mat Kearney
Thrusday - Styx / Foreigner
Friday - Hootie & The Blowfish w/ Better Than Ezra
Saturday - Family Values Tour featuring KORN
Sunday - Trace Adkins wsg Blake Shelton

Meadow Brook Music Festival

Wednesday - Hootie & The Blowfish w/ Better Than Ezra
Friday, Saturday and Next Sunday - The Rocky Horror Show
(You can Call the late Nught Saturday - Early Sunday show at Midnight a Post Dally Show)

And also a Post Dally Show is The Foundas CD Release Show for there New CD "Runaway Bombshell" with the High Stung, It going to be held at the Northern Lights Lounge at
660 W. Baltimore in the New Center Area, FREE FONDAS 7" single with admission for the first 50 people thug the door.

But the very big event the Dally in the Alley which is back for it 29th year over the street of Midday at the street of 2nd,3rd,Forser, and handcock St., Over 40 bands play over 4 stages it will go from 11 AM to 11 PM, here is the full Schedule for the Dally in the Alley

Forest Stage

11:30 AM Friends of the Family
12:30 PM Ralph Tope Jazz Band
1:30 PM Lola Morales
2:30 PM Funkilinium
3:30 PM The Odessa Harris Group
4:30 PM Jessie Palter Quartet
5:30 PM PhiHharmonic Quartet
6:30 PM Diviniti
7:30 PM DJ Blackman
8:30 PM Jazzhead
9:30 PM Layabouts
10:30 PM Brothers Groove

Garden Stage

11:30 AM 102 in the Shade
12:00 PM The Space Band
1:00 PM Ralph Koziarski and Howard Glazer
2:00 PM Corndaddy
3:00 PM Big Lake Trawler
4:00 PM The Syreens
5:00 PM Ethan Daniel Davidson
6:00 PM The Brakeman
7:00 PM Handsome Dan
8:00 PM The Pickups
9:00 PM The Saltminers
10:00 PM Blair

Alley Stage

Loup Garou and The Jambinos will be the MC's along with
the performance artist known as "The Millionaire".
11:30 AM Coup Detroit
12:20 PM The Variations
1:15 PM Anadonia
2:10 PM Space Heaters
3:00 PM I, Crime
4:00 PM Brave Rifles
5:00 PM Velveteen Rabbit
5:50 PM The Frustrations
6:50 PM The Decks
7:40 PM Aphonic
8:30 PM The Beggars
9:25 PM Human Eye
10:15 PM SSM

Urban Electronica

7:30 PM darkcube
8:15 PM Punisher
9:30 PM Rich Korach VS. John Johr

And there will be some Weridness along the way, So you will get the full Dally report on sunday night or Monday afternoon.

And if i forget anything, always E-mail the blog soght at
Tragic Breaking Culture News

Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin killed by a stingray

To my readers this is no Joke it happend

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — Steve Irwin, the Australian television personality and environmentalist known as the Crocodile Hunter, was killed Monday by a stingray barb during a diving expedition, Australian media reported. He was 44.

The accident happened while Irwin was filming an underwater documentary on the Great Barrier Reef in northeastern Queensland state, Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on its Web site.

The paper and other Australian media reporting the death cited police or state government sources.

Telephone calls to Australia Zoo, Irwin’s zoo in southern Queensland, were not immediately answered.

Report posted at September 04, 2006 01:13 am

UpDate at 2:20 AM, here is the First report from the Daily Telegraph in Australia over a Hour ago:

CROCODILE Hunter Steve Irwin has died after a string-ray barb caught him in the chest.

The 44-year-old international TV star was swimming off the Low Isles at Port Douglas filming an underwater documentary when the incident happened.

Ambulance officers confirmed they attended a reef fatality this morning at Batt Reef off Port Douglas. It is understood Irwin was killed around midday.

Irwin leaves his wife Terri and young children Bob and and Bindi.

The blonde star of Crocodile Hunter, who made khaki shorts and boots his uniform all year round, was an Australian icon.

But his reptile wrestling antics thrilled overseas audiences even more and he became a fixture on US television in the past decade.

The son of naturalists Bob and Lyn Irwin, Steve learned to live with dangerous reptiles from a young age at the family’s Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park.

He opened his own Australia Zoo in Queensland in 1991, leading him to record the hugely popular Crocodile Hunter the following year.

His catchcry of “Crikey!” brought the unfashionable Aussie phrase back into vogue.

Irwin’s work had a serious side. He was recently made the face of Australia’s quarantine laws and appeared in TV advertisements urging travellers not to endanger Australia’s unique flora and fauna by bringing in foreign specimens.

For all his love of animals, Irwin’s first duty was to his US-born wife, Terri Reines, who appeared by his side from the very first episode of the Crocodile Hunter. In 1998, their daughter Bindi Sue was born and drafted straight into the family business.

A son, Robert Clarence, was born in 2003 and Irwin made world headlines - and suffered a dent on his popularity - when he took the baby boy into a crocodile enclosure, leading critics to accuse him of neglect.

keep in tune to this blog sight For Fruther Details

Sunday, September 03, 2006

It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City with a New Video From Bob Dylan

Guess What

I am almost back from Break to go Totaly (Almost) Live and Totaly Local on Tuesday if that mean geting a braf bag for night one of the qucikey put together My Nework TV (Which i say, Who Cares)

So in the mean time tonight entry in the Late Night Music Club have Just released alblum no.45 of New Music he a radio Jock (on XM), a poted, and will be going live in culing a stop at The Palace of Auburn Hills in October.

here the video with Special Guest the very Lovely Scarlett Johansson, is from "Modern Times" this Bob Dylan and His Frist video from the album "When the Deal Goes Down":