Friday, May 25, 2007

Film Gudie Friday

"Pirates of the Caribbean At World's End"

The concluding chapter of the special effects-heavy pirate adventure finds Will (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) trying to save Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp).

Rated PG-13.


A psychologically damaged war vet (Michael Shannon) sees bugs everywhere, and a woman (Ashley Judd) he meets succumbs to his creepy paranoia. But what if they're not nuts?

Rated R.

Playing at Birmingham 8 in Downtown Birmingham


A modern-day musical set on the streets of Dublin. Featuring Glen Hansard and his Irish band, the Frames, the film tells the love story of a street musician and a Czech immigrant, played by young Czech songwriter Marketa Irglova.

Rated R.

Playing at the Maple Art Theater in Royal Oak


Jenna (Keri Russell) dreams of saving enough money from her waitressing job to leave her overbearing and controlling husband. An unexpected pregnancy changes everything.

Rated PG-13.

Playing at the Maple Art Cinema in Bloomfield Hills


The wife (Laura Linney) of a transplanted Irishman (Gabriel Byrne) is devastated by a scandal that erupts after her husband and two friends return from an extended fishing trip during which they discovered a murdered woman, but neglected to report it until their return.

Rated R.

"Paris, Je T'aime"

Through the neighborhoods of Paris, love is veiled, revealed, imitated, lost, reinvented and awakened. Rated R for language and brief drug use.

Rated R.

And Here What is playing at the Cinemark Movies 16 [AKA the discount Theater]

New to the Theater


and Playing right now


Opening Next Week

Knocked Up

Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen are a mismatched couple who find themselves as parents-to-be after a drunken one-nighter.

Mr. Brooks

Kevin Costner stars as a respected family man and model citizen trying to hide a deep, dark secret: he's also a cunning serial killer.


Set in 1978, a teenage girl finds strength and fights the odds to play competitive soccer at a time when girls' soccer did not exist.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

breaking culture news

White Strips to released the Icky Thump Video
At Midnight EDT

I Got a my spacer just about a half hour ago on the my space page that the video for the the new album "Icky Thump" will be released at Midnight EST Tonight.

The Self-title First single will be show only on AOL music at this address:

And know the blog you probable know it will wind up on you tube and on all the local blog this one Include.

also the Strips also announced more tour Dates in Support of Icky Thump, But the Second Round of dates don't have a Detroit Date but they do have date in both North and South Dakota, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Alaska.

The Closet they will come to Detroit will be September 4th an 5th at Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL, they will also have dates in LA [September 19th" in Inglewood, CA Berkeley, CA [September 21st]and two dates in Seattle, WA {Sempember 26th and 27th]

Which ask Detroit News Music Writer Adam Graham on

Is the relationship between the Stripes and Michigan damaged beyond repair?

And If you want to know
the Album "Icky Thump" is Out June 19th

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

New Music Tuesday

WEEK 21 [2007]
MAY 22nd, 2007

Today is Tuesday May 22nd

and on this day a lot of important first happen on this day

in 1959 in a Hospital in Manchester, England, the soon to be legion which would later become a icon came in to the world on this day as Smith Front man and Solo man Morrisey was bord and you know how his Carred turn out.

also on this day in 1966, on a back Seat on a 1961 Ford Mercury a young 16 year old member of a New Jersey band "The Castiles" began Writing song en route to a recording seestion, he wrote "That's What You Get" and "Baby I" and that began his songwriting Carred and he would be big some day and his name would become "the Boss" Bruce Springsteen

and it was on this day one year ago Tomorrow that the Dixie Chicks return with there Defiant record after few word about a bad persentdent, One band telling how the lead singer Broder Got them in Rock and roll and From a band, a lone forgotten Big Star tribute record was finally released, a soundtrack of a movie version of a fave NPR show, two Pretty Folksy girls for So call performers releasing a album which they would go on tour on there Bicycle, and one member of Cyril Lords, one member of Hentchmen, and one member of the The Sights released a record together and top the Local version of the Culture City Festive 50 at years end.

Why mention all these record, Well it was one year ago that the 1st New Music Tuesday Post was posted and it still posted to this day

Telling every one to support you local indie Record story and buying new music that should matter to you.

And One year latter it still in because it time to go to the your fave indie records store and get today new music from the only bands that matters, because today is Tuesday and it

And on the 1st birthday of the New Music Tuesday Post
he is a relisting of the New music released on May 23rd, 2006
with Video from Each band
[Ed Note: i did not know How to post Video back then, but now i know}

Click Here For the Original Post
posted May 23rd, 2006

Released on the First New Music Tuesday Post

Art Brut - Bang Bang Rock and Roll (Downtown)

Ditty Bops - Moon Over the Freeway (Warner Bros.)

Dixie Chicks - Taking the Long Way (Columbia)

Danko Jones - Sleep Is the Enemy (Red Ink)

Judge Jules - Proven Worldwide (Koch)
Mission of Burma - The Obliterati (initial copies come with bonus DVD; Matador)
SSM - SSM (enhanced; Alive)

The Walkmen - A Hundred Miles Off (Record Collection)

Various artists - Big Star, Small World (Koch)
the Long awited tribute C.D. that was supput to be out in 1999 finaly see the light of day with big up from Alex Chilton old band from the like of Wilco, Matthew Sweet with R.E.M.'s Mike Mills, the Posies, Juliana Hatfield and Teenage Fanclub
Various artists - "Prairie Home Companion" soundtrack (deluxe limited edition with DVD also available; New Line)

And Now this week New Music Released
For May 22nd. 2007

The most importation music that matters:

Tim Armstrong - A Poet's Life (with bonus DVD; Hellcat)

Battles - Mirrored (Warp)

The Bravery - The Sun and the Moon (Island)
Erasure - Light at the End of the World (limited edition features two bonus tracks; Mute)

Handsome Furs - Plague Park (Sub Pop)

The Maccabees - Colour It In (Geffen)

The National - Boxer (Beggars Banquet)

Ozzy Osbourne - Black Rain (limited copies come with Ozzfest ticket codes; Epic)
Shapes and Sizes - Split Lips, Winning Hips, a Shiner (Asthmatic Kitty)

Stars - Do You Trust Your Friends? (Arts & Crafts)
Loudon Wainwright - Strange Weirdos: Music From and Inspired by the Film "Knocked Up"

New Releases:

Amandine - Solace in Sore Hands (Fat Cat)
American Catapult - Trees of Mystery (Cooking Vinyl)
Beardfish - Sleeping in Traffic: Part One (Inside Out)
Ben + Vesper - All of This Could Kill You (Sounds Familyre)
Birds of Avalon - Bazaar Bazaar (Volcom)
Black Moth Super Rainbow - Dandelion Gum (Graveface)
Boris with Michio Kurihara - Rainbow (Blue Chopsticks)
Brimstone Howl - Guts of Steel (Alive)
Ediblered - Welcome to My Bad Behavior (Select)

Fiction Plane - Left Side of the Brain (Bieler Bros.)
Ladyhawk - Fight for Anarchy (EP; Secretly Canadian)
Chris Lowe - Black Life II (The Next Think Smokin') (Nature Sounds)
Miracle Fortress - Five Roses (Secret City)
The Only Children - Keeper of Youth (Side Cho)
Parts & Labor - Mapmaker (Jagjaguwar/Brah)
Voxtrot - Voxtrot (Playlouderecordings/ Beggars Group)
Wheat - Everyday I Said a Prayer for Kathy and Made a One Inch Square (Empyrean)
White Rabbits - Fort Nightly (Say Hey)
Various artists - Just One More: A Musical Tribute to Larry Brown, a Great American Author (Bloodshot)


"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End"(Walt Disney)
"La Vie en Rose"(EMI Classics/ EMI Music Catalog Marketing)
"Once"(Canvasback/ Columbia/ Sony Music Soundtrax)
"Wild Tigers I Have Known"(Jnana)

Notable Reissues and Archival Material:

The Beach Boys - The Warmth of the Sun (Capitol/EMI)
Jeff Buckley - So Real: Songs From Jeff Buckley (Legacy)
Benny Goodman - The Essential Benny Goodman (two CDs; Bluebird/Legacy)
Nina Simone - Just Like a Woman: Nina Simone Sings Classic Songs of the '60s (RCA/Legacy)
Various artists - Motown Remixed Vol. 2 (Motown)

Music DVDs:

Elvis Costello - "The Juliet Letters" (Rhino)
Jerry Lee Lewis - "Greatest Live Performances of the '50s, '60s and '70s" (Time Life)

Digital Releases:

Emily Haines - What Is Free to a Good Home? (EP)
[Available on iTunes this week, EP Out July 24}
The Young Knives - Weekends and Bleak Days (Hot Summer) (EP)


24 - Season 1,2,3,4 (slim set)
Afro Samurai - Edited and Director's Cut)
Airwolf - Season 3
Avatar: The Last Airbender - Book 2: Earth, Volume 3
Instant Star - Season 1 - Director's Cut
Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam! Hero High: The Complete Series
Kitchen Confidential - The Complete Series
Kyle XY - Season 1
Legend of the Dragon - The Complete 1st Season and Volume 4
The Magnificent Seven - The Complete 2nd Season
MythBusters - Collection 1
The O.C. - The Complete 4th Season
Roots (mini-series) - 30th Anniversary Edition
Scrubs - The Complete 5th Season
Stuart Little - All Revved Up! and Fun Around Every Curve!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Season 1 - Volume 1

Monday, May 21, 2007

breaking culture news

This Is the Sound of Comerica CityFest
[Formaly Comerica Tastefest]

The Full Line Up have Been Posted on the CityFest Web Sight []

And Here it Is:

Presented by The Detroit News
Location: Fisher Building Parking Lot

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

5:30 PM - Femi Kuti and The Positive Force
8:30 PM - SPOON

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

5:30 PM - The Wailers
8:30 PM - “Weird Al” Yankovic

Friday, July 6th, 2007

5:30 PM - BRIAN CULBERTSON reunited with Steve Cole
7:30 PM - The Detroit News Battle of the Bands Winner: The Displays
8:30 PM - Lupe Fiasco

Saturday, July 7th, 2007

5:30 PM - Deniece Williams
8:30 PM - Yo La Tengo

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

3:00 PM - Bobby “Blue” Bland
6 PM - Cheap Trick

Presented by Metro Times
Produce by Stirling

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

11:45 AM & 1 PM - GooseGator
6:00 PM - Matt Dmitz
7:00 PM - Scott Kinison
8:00 PM - Scream Ray
9:00 PM - Inside Outlaws Collective, Doop DuPrie, Ty Stone

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

11:45 AM & 1 PM - Simplicity (2 45-minute sets)
6:00 PM - Gretchen Wolff
7:00 PM - Shotgun Wedding
8:00 PM - Silent Violet
9:00 PM - Thunderbirds Are Now!

Friday, July 6th, 2007

11:45 AM & 1 PM - Baby Pepper and The Family Pleasers(2 45-minute sets)
6:00 PM - The Syreens
7:00 PM - The Drinking Problem
8:00 PM - The Sirens
9:00 PM - TBA

Saturday, July 7th, 2007

11:45 AM & 1 PM - Roots Vibration
6:00 PM - Dooley Wilson
7:00 PM - The Expatriates
8:00 PM - Siddhartha
9:00 PM - The GO

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

11:45 AM & 1 PM - Polka Floyd
4:00 PM - Youth Group of Rome
5:00 PM - Citizen Smile
6:00 PM - The Cetan Clawson Revolution
7:00 pm - The Displays

Presented By Real Detroit Weekly
Location: Second at Lothrop

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

12:00 Noon - DEMON DAYS: An official Planet E Selection with Carl Craig

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

Fusicology Presents…
4:00 PM - Hellen
5:00 PM - The Fondas
6:00 PM - Serenity Court
7:30 PM - The Hentchmen
9:00 PM - Detroit Hip Hop Showcase hosted by Renaissance Soul Detroit

Friday, July 6th, 2007

Fusicology Presents…
4:00 PM - Carjack.
5:00 PM - The Satin Peaches
6:00 PM - SSM
7:30 PM - Jeremy Ellis & John Arnold
9:00 PM - Exchange Bureau featuring Billy Love “Live”

Saturday, July 7th, 2007

Liz Copland/ Presents:
3:00 PM - Liz Copland
4:30 PM - Anthony "Shake" Shakir
6:00 PM - Freer
7:30 PM - The High Strung
9:00 PM - Heartthrob (live)

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

2:30 PM - God’s Army
4:00 PM - The Singles
5:00 PM - The Silent Years
6:30 PM - The Hard Lessons

Presented by Hour Detroit Magazine
Location: Grand Boulevard at Cass

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

Noon - Gerard Gibbs & ReORGAN'YZ
2:00 PM - GEQ
4:00 PM - Jesse Palter
6:30 PM - NILS
9:00 PM - Ryan Shaw

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

12:00 PM - Paul Carey Quartet
2:30 PM - Patrick Sweany
5:00 PM - Measured Chaos
7:30 PM & 9 PM - The Gorilla Funk Mob starring Allan Barnes

Friday, July 6th, 2007

12:00 PM - Marvin Jones Trio featuring Cornelius "JuJu" Johnson Jr.
2:30 PM - Malik Alston and Friends
5:00 PM - Lin Roundtree
7:30 PM & 9 PM - Hot Club of Detroit

Saturday, July 7th, 2007

12:00 PM - Collaboration
2:30 PM - Tumbao Bravo
5:00 PM - Sandra Bomar and the Jazz Experiencew/ special guest Brenda Perryman
7:30 PM & 9 PM - Rayse Biggs

Sunday, July 8th, 2007

12:00 PM - PicNap Poetry featuring The Detroit Slam Team
2:00 PM - TFO
3:30 PM - Reverend Robert Jones and Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Choir
6 PM - Detroit Soul and Blues Revue featuring Sir Mack Rice, Alberta Adams, Johnny Bassett, and RJ Spangler & the Rhythm Rockers

The Gig Gudie - Movement Festival Edtion

Well is that time Aging this weekend it going to be memorial day week end that mean Coca-Cola 600, Indy 500, Nice Weather [We hope] and for the eight year running is a Techno Festival in the City of Detroit.

The Festival which is called "Movement: Detroit's Electronic Music festival will take place this weekend Starting on Saturday and will last until Monday [Because it Memorial day weekend].

But if you want to see it it will cost $41 for the whole weekend or if you want to catch only one day of the festival it will cost you Half of that for about $21 bucks, If you get them before Saturday, But after Saturday it will cost Five Dollars More.[$26 for one Day, $46 For the Whole Three days]

you can get your per sale tickets at
or at Record Time on West Nine Mile in Lovely Downtown Ferndale

of you can also get your tickets at the northeast corner of the Hart plaza

you can also get all the info on this year Movement at there web sight

And also for the First time in history of the festival {Who when under Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Movement, and Fuse-In] the promoter Paxahau released the Line up Months Early, Which was a Surprise big time.

So who is playing Movement:

Saturday, May 26

Main Stage

2 p.m.Malik Alston (live band)
3 p.m.Delano Smith
4 p.m.Charles Webster
6 p.m.King Britt
8 p.m.Kerri Chandler
10 p.m. Moodymann featuring Pitch Black City (live)

Beatport Stage

Noon Jeff Greinke (live)
1:30 p.m. Pole (live)
2:30 p.m. Sassmouth
3:30 p.m. Butane (live)
4:30 p.m. Losoul (live)
5:30 p.m. Pier Bucci (live)
6:30 p.m. Guido Schneider (live)
8 p.m. Claude VonStroke
10 p.m. Marco Carola

Detroit Stage

Noon DJ Seoul
1:30 p.m. Norm Talley
3 p.m. Gary Martin
5 p.m. AUX 88 (live)
6 p.m. Shake
7:30 p.m. Scan 7 (live)
8:30 p.m. Octave One

Pyramid Stage

2 p.m. Higher Intelligence Agency
4 p.m. Rhythm & Sound

Sunday, May 27

Main Stage

2 p.m. Milieu
3 p.m. Brian Sanhaji (live)
4 p.m. Christian Smith
6 p.m. D. Diggler (live)
8 p.m. Hardfloor (live)
9 p.m. Monolake (live)
10 p.m. Model 500 (live)

Beatport Stage

Noon Robert Rich (live)
2:30 p.m. Robin Judge (live)
3:30 p.m. Kate Simko (live)
4:30 p.m. Heidi
6 p.m. Misstress Barbara
7:30 p.m. Bad Boy Bill
9 p.m. Mathew Jonson (live)
10 p.m. Steve Bug

Detroit Stage

Noon Seth Troxler
1 p.m. Ryan Crosson (live)
2 p.m. Lee Curtiss (live)
3 p.m. Audion & Ryan Elliott - Tag Set
5 p.m. Kenny Larkin
7 p.m. Abe Duque & Blake Baxter (live)
9 p.m. Different World (Claude Young and Takasi Nakajima) (live)

Pyramid Stage

2 p.m. Angel Molina
3:30 p.m. Pepo Lanzoni
5 p.m. Baby Ford and Zip
7 p.m.Gui Boratto (live)
8 p.m. Michael Mayer

Monday, May 28

Main Stage

2 p.m. Vladislav Delay (live)
3 p.m. Damian Lazarus
5 p.m. John Acquaviva featuring Dan Diamond
6 p.m. A Guy Called Gerald (live)
8 p.m.Booka Shade (live)
10 p.m. Jeff Mills

Beatport Stage

Noon Lazy Fat People/Mirko
1 p.m. Paco Osuna
2 p.m. Gaiser (live)
3 p.m. Loco Dice
5 p.m. Digitaline (live)
6 p.m. Luciano
8 p.m. Richie Hawtin

Detroit Stage

Noon Matt C
1 p.m. Chuck Daniels
2 p.m. Alton Miller
3:30 p.m. 3 Chairs
6:30 p.m. Stacey Pullen
8:30 p.m. Kevin Saunderson

Pyramid Stage

2 p.m. Twilight 76 and Databass
5 p.m. MD! featuring Bombscare
6 p.m. Matt Clarke featuring MC Flow
7 p.m. Evol Intent
8:30 p.m. Gridlok
10 p.m. Mampi Swift featuring IC3

The Gig Gudie

May 21st - May 27th



The Jesus & Mary Chain - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Ozzy Osbourne - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Ozzy Osbourne - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Loudon Wainwright III - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Emily Haines - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
Albert Hammond, Jr. - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Kaiser Chiefs - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Patti Smith - The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson - CBS
Satellite Party - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


BBC Radio

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST

Jo Whiley In New Music We Trust
Wednesday 4 PM EST

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Huw Stephens Unsigned
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

This Week - Preston Fringe live music

Annie Mac

Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Sunday web Show from 4 PM

This Week - Ashley Beedle

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST

This Week
Closet Culture

6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT

Concerts 4:00[AM - U.K./11 PM]

Monday - Georgia Satellites - Kentish Town And Country Club 1988
Tuesday - Zutons - Glastonbury Festival 2004
Wednesday - Devandra Banhart - Summer Sundae 2005
Thursday - Vex Red - Glastonbury Festival 2002
Friday - Copper Temple Clause - Glastonbury Festival 2002

Sessions 4:30[AM - U.K./11:30 PM]

Xmal Deutschland - 14/09/1996
Foreheads In A Fish Tank - 07/07/1991

Clock DVA - 25/05/1983
Joe Ely - 10/01/1991

Visage - 15/05/1983
Headhunters - 29/06/1983

Barrington Levy - 29/05/1985
Jimmy Eat World - 29/01/2001

Depeche Mode - 11/06/1981
Rasties - 26/03/2006

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Monday - Annuals
Wednesday - Hanne Hukkelberg
Thrusday - Rosie Thomas
Friday - Apples in Stereo

Queens of Noize Sonic Safari
Saturday 7 PM EST

This Week -
Canadian Sonic Safari

Tom Robinson
Monday and thursday
2-4:30 PM EST

This Week in Session Jamie T
This Week's Guests Hearts of Black Science on Monday and Found on Tuesday

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST

Wednesday - The Bravery
Thursday - The Clientele
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

Bad Plus (Interview w/ John Gilbreath on Jazz Theater) Monday May 21, 12:30am
Bongo Love - Monday - 7:00pm
Das Llamas - Tuesday - 9:30am
The Watson Twins - Tuesday - 12:00pm
Lavender Diamond - Tuesday - 2:00pm
Ryan Shaw - Wednesday - 2:00pm
Patient Patient - Saturday - 6:00pm
Natalie Portman's Shaved Head - Saturday - 8:00pm
Loney Dear - Sunday - 12:00pm Live Lounge

Monday - The Young Republic - 12:00pm
Wednesday - The Features - 4:00pm
Thursday - Harlem Shakes - 2:00pm

Satulitte Radio


Little Steven Underground Garage (Ch.25)

Summer of Love 2007
May 26 & 27

Little Steven’s Underground Garage kicks off the summer of 2007 with a salute to the 40th anniversary of the “Summer of Love” (the summer of 1967) for the Memorial Day weekend. The weekend will be jam-packed with special features revolving around the “Summer of Love”. Andrew Loog Oldham counts down his “Top 10” songs from the summer of ’67. Bill Kelly revisits the San Francisco scene, the epicenter of the “Summer of Love”. Kim Fowley is pitting the East Coast against the West Coast, discussing the differences as well as the similarities between the New York and Los Angeles psychedelic scenes. Ko Melina takes a look at and a listen to the big events and stories from that volatile and vibrant time.

Memorial Day Weekend Line-Up:

May 26 (all times Eastern)

8 am: Ko Melina
Noon: Andrew Loog Oldham
4 pm: Kim Fowley
8 pm: Bill Kelly

May 27 (all times Eastern)

8 am: Bill Kelly
Noon: Kim Fowley
4 pm: Andrew Loog Oldham
8 pm: Ko Melina

Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week
Dinosaur Jr. (plus older sessions from Artic Monkeys and Guillemots)

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.32)

World Café
6 pm - 8 pm ET Monday through Thursday
noon - 2pm ET Friday

Monday - Jonatha Brooke
Tuesday - Vusi Mahlaela
Wednesday - Balkan Beat Box
Thursday - The Tragically Hip
Friday - Peter Bjorn and John

Phil Chevron of the Pogues Visits Celtic Crush
Sat 5/26 12:00 pm ET

Pogues' member Phil Chevron chats with Celtic Crush host Larry Kirwan about the history of the Pogues this Memorial Day weekend.

Rufus Wainwright: The Stars
5/26 2 pm & 4 pm ET

Rufus Wainwright discusses his new release The Stars in a two part interview with SIRIUS Disorder’s Meg Griffin. He’ll also talk about the fact that he’s been commissioned by the Met to compose an opera, and his musical family of McGarrigles and the Wainwrights that he comes from (his mother is Kate McGarrigle and his father is Loudon Wainwright III).

XM Radio

Countdown to Indie-Pendence Day
Monday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

This Week - U

Monday with the Masters: Miles Davis
Noon-1 PM ET - Beyond Jazz - XM 72

Then...Again... Live! Alice Cooper
Wednesday - 9 PM ET - Boneyard - XM 41
Saturday - 9 PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Live @ BJ's: Miles Davis on stage 1970!
Wednesday - 11 PM ET - Beyond Jazz - XM 72

Deeply Dylan: A Birthday Tribute
Thursday - All Day Begins at 6 AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Happy Birthday Miles!
Friday - Midnight - 8 PM ET - Real Jazz - XM 70

Sonic Sound Salutes: WABC New York
Friday - 4-9 PM ET - The '60s - XM 6

Harlem: Rare Little Richard
Friday - 6 PM ET - The '50s - XM 5
Sunday - 11 AM ET - The '50s - XM 5

Live From The Knitting Factory: Georgie James
Friday - 10 PM ET - XMU - XM 43
Saturday - 2 PM ET - XMU - XM 43
6 AM ET - XMU - XM 43

Reel Time: Once (Encore)
Friday - Midnight ET - Cinemagic - XM 27
Sunday - 11 AM ET - Cinemagic - XM 27

In this edition of Reel Time, Chris talks to director John Carney and actor/ musicians Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova about their incredible new film Once, which won the Audience Award at the Sundance film festival

XMU Live with Peter Bjorn & John
Sunday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

Live @ BJ's: Miles Davis on stage 1970! (Encore)
8 PM ET - Beyond Jazz - XM 72

Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM40
Thursday - Noon - 1PM ET - The Village - XM 15
This week's theme is Drink

REWIND The Memorial Day Bob Dylan Theme Time Radio Hour Marathon!
Saturday - Begins at 6 PM ET - The Village - XM 15

REWIND this Memorial Day with a marathon of Bob Dylan Theme Time Radio Hour! Relive 48 hours of Bob Dylan weaving his own brand of radio with themes, dreams, and schemes.



Saturday - THE BRAVERY

Maigic Bag

Thursday - MOZELLA with Sara Celina
Friday - SOUTH NORMAL with Jamie McCarthy, Novada & Hellen
Saturday - GREENSTREET with The (edit) Concern & Lime Regal

Lager House

Friday - the high strung / the hentchmen / mano y mano
Saturday - dELmonic wsg the Lessmores and tba - DEMF (21+)
Sunday - Pitchslap featuring Episoldier and Number9 - DEMF (21+)

Saint Andrews Hall

Thursday - Bone Thugs N Harmony
Friday - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Saturday - Negative Approach
Sunday - Industrial Movement II

Royal Oak Music Theaher

Monday - Bright Eyes wsg/ Gillian Welch & Oakley Hall


Tuesday - The Macpodz w/ U-Melt
Wednesday - Andreyka w/ Child Bite, and Sleep Tight Tiger
Thursday - The Shondes w/ Bear Mountain Picnic, and Stella By Starlight
Friday - Binary Star
Saturday - The Bang!

The Belmont

Tuesday - PUNK, PABST & PORN Reunion Night! {Dont ask]
Thursday - FREE SHOW THURSDAY with The Hearsemen, The Thanks (Iowa City) and Fontana
Friday - Oblisk, Blue Black Hours and Prussia
Saturday - Cowboy Messiah, Emerald Lizards (Chicago) and Undersea Explosion (NYC)
Sunday - Hairshirt, Oscillating Fan Club and Miracles of God (Iowa City)


Saturday - the Banana Convention

Bohemian National Home - 3009 Tillman, Detroit (1 blk N. of Michigan Ave, between I-96 and Grand Blvd)

Fox Theatre

Friday - The All Stars of Comedy, featuring Arnez J., Rickey Smiley, Earthquake and Anthony Anderson

DTE Energy Music Theatre

Friday - Eddie Money
Sunday - Fall Out Boy

Sunday, May 20, 2007

The Film Gudie Top 10

Well, Well, Well
We have a winner in this week box office and as expect the "Shrek the Third" Finish on top of the box office, but the big question was will it best spidey as the all time box office champ.

Well there is good News in this, first it did not break the all-time record the Jolly green orger was about $29 Millions dollars Short with a three day take of $122 million, but it did Set the record of best opening day weekend for a for an animated film set by "Shrek 2"

the No.1 movie the last two weeks "Spider-Man 3" took in $28.5 million For a total three week take of $281 million and total Worldwide take at over $750 Million.

As for the New films, well Shrek was the only New Films this week

But one fil did Check into the top 10, the Keri Russell Comedy "Waitress" made only 1.1 Millions to take No.10

as for the rest of the top ten

1. "Shrek the Third," $122 million.
2. "Spider-Man 3," $28.5 million.
3. "28 Weeks Later," $5.15 million.
4. "Disturbia," $3.7 million.
5. "Georgia Rule," $3.5 million.
6. "Fracture," $2.4 million.
7. "Delta Farce," $1.8 million.
8. "The Invisible," $1.3 million.
9. "Hot Fuzz," $1.26 million.
10. "Waitress," $1.14 million.

But Next week Captain Jack Sparrow is back with the third Film in the Pirates of the Caribbean Series which is called At World's End, Now the big Question is will captain Jack take Back the Box Office Crown from a spider

Will See, Next Week.