Detroit Rockabilly Reunion on Detroit TV

Live In The D - Detroit's Rockabilly Roots Detroit Channel 4 TV hosted Johnny Powers and Craig Maki to talk about rockabilly music in the D.

Rockabilly reunion at United Sound Systems

Jimmy Kirkland and Dave Morgan by Craig Maki They’re still making history at the legendary United Sound Systems Recording Studios in Detroit. On July 27, 2014, United Sound Systems hosted a gathering of veteran musicians who made rockabilly records within its walls.

Tennessee Valley Boy: Jack Luker

Along with Luke Kelly, Forest Rye, and Arlee Barber, Jack Luker had a reputation during the 1940s for leading one of the most popular country-western bands in Detroit.

So long, Jack Rainwater

Jack Rainwater Last Monday, April 21, Jack Rainwater passed away quietly from a lengthy illness.

The rhythm of Happy Moore

Happy Moore The music career of Detroit rhythm guitarist Happy Moore, who played jazz and country.

Flint teacher propelled steel players’ careers from Detroit to Nashville

Russ Waters Steel guitar players from Michigan owe a debt to Russell B. Waters, instructor at the Flint Honolulu Conservatory of Music and Dance during 1930s to 1950s.

Thanks for a great 2013!

Al Allen and Della Redbird Check out our new page of press and media coverage, including interviews, radio and TV segments.