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Metro Detroit Concerts: ‘The Dude,’ The Codgers, Tammy Lakkis and Music Video Extravaganza

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CultureShift’s Jeff Milo runs down local concerts and shows to catch the weekend of March 6th and 7th in southeast Michigan.

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Welcome to “Milo Minute,” the 60 seconds (or thereabouts) you need to find a local show or fest to attend this weekend. And we mean ‘local.’

Longtime Detroit music journalist Jeff Milo has been plugging ears into the Detroit scene for years with his prolific Deep Cutz blog and his YouTube series, “The Milo Show.” Here, he gives us his rundown for what music to catch this weekend that isn’t… uh… playing Little Caesars Arena if you catch our vibe.

Click on the player above to hear CultureShift’s Amanda LeClaire and Jeff Milo talk local shows.


Friday, March 6

Detroit Music Video Extravaganza at Ant Hall

What: The Detroit Music Video Extravaganza is a One Night Music Video Film Festival, with 18 videos currently slated to roll for music fans, from artists such as Noveliss, Siamese, Bevlove and Anna Burch. They will also have the world premieres of videos for artists like saajtak, Red Electric Shark and White Bee

Sounds like: Bevlove “Sweet 2 Me


Day of the Dude at Bowlero Lanes Lounge

What: If you’re really into the DUDE, the main character from the 1998 Coen brothers film “The Big Lebowski,” then you probably already know that March 6th is the Day of the Dude. And Bowlero Lanes Lounge is celebrating a DUDE LOOK-A-LIKE CONTEST, as well as a performance by the exuberant rock outfit known as The Beggars. 

Sounds like: The Beggars “Cry On


Saturday, March 7

The Codgers Album Release Show at the Gaelic League in Corktown

What: The Codgers are a Celtic-tinged folk, roots and Americana ensemble and they have their third full-length album coming out this weekend.

Sounds like:  “Have A Little Fun” by The Codgers.


Patrice Scott and Tammy Lakkis at TV Lounge

What: TV Lounge consistently showcases some of the best in local hip-hop, electronica, house and techno. Patrice Scott headlines this night produced by the labels Detroit Vinyl Room and My Baby Records. Scott is an esteemed Detroit-based producer of techno and deep house, an innovative and dynamic club DJ who drew inspiration from legends like the Belleville Three and the Electrifying Mojo. Scott released his debut in 2015, called Euphonium, and has his own imprint, which is Sistrum Recordings. Joining Patrice Scott is the young, up-and-coming DJ and electronic music artist Tammy Lakkis, who put out one of my favorite songs of last year, something I spun constantly, a track called “This Is How It Goes.”

Sounds like: Tammy Lakkis “This Is How It Goes

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Amanda LeClaire, Host, CultureShift

Amanda LeClaire is Host of CultureShift and is a founding producer of both of WDET’s locally-produced daily shows. She’s been involved in radio and the arts in Detroit for over a decade.

amanda.leclaire@wdet.org Follow @amandalee_lec

Jeff Milo , Reporter, CultureShift

Jeff Milo is a Reporter for CultureShift. He’s a longtime music journalist documenting the Michigan scene for 15 years.

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