Homegrown Happy Hour

Brent Lowry Brings Red Dirt Country to Homegrown Happy Hour

Brent Lowry may be a midwesterner, but he's all Red Dirt Country! The singer, who's originally from Pemberville, Ohio, appeared this week on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. , where he showed off his sound with three original songs: " Didn't Mean to Say Goodbye ," " Forever Man " and "...
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RJ Harper Talks "Diehard" Fans and his New EP on Homegrown Happy Hour

RJ Harper is ready to make his official debut into country music. The metro Detroit-based singer has been playing around the area for years, but over the past several months, things have really started to take shape for Harper and his band. The group was signed to the label All The Way Free last...
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Sydni K. Channels Teenage Heartache and Taylor Swift in Original Songs

Keep a lookout for Sydni K . The 18-year-old singer/songwriter, who hails from Mio, Michigan, made her Detroit debut this week with a performance on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. , playing three original songs off of her brand new EP, All of the Rumors are True. Sydni draws...
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The Brenda Loomis Band Goes Classic Country on Homegrown Happy Hour

The Brenda Loomis Band has country roots that run deep, and they showed that off first-hand with a fantastic appearance on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. this week. The six-piece, Lansing-based country group dropped by the MusicTown studios on Tuesday, February 5, performing three...
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Rye Whiskey Braves the Polar Vortex for a Performance on Homegrown Happy Hour

It may be below freezing outside, but this shot of Rye Whiskey will definitely warm you up! The band, who's members are mostly based out of Monroe, stopped by the MusicTown Detroit studios on Tuesday for a live performance and interview on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. Rye Whiskey...
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Livonia Native Bryan Schaffer on Moving to Nashville to Pursue a Country Music Career

Bryan Schaffer wants to be country's next big singer/songwriter, and he's doing what it takes to make it happen. The Livonia native picked up and moved to Nashville back in September, and since then, has been working hard at his craft to break into the industry. Returning to Detroit last week to...
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Stone Combines Family and Country Music on Homegrown Happy Hour

The band Stone started with one very important element: family. Based out of Lansing, the origins of the country outfit come from back in the '90s when a then-14-year-old Kurt Stone started performing in his dad's band, and never looked back. Add to the mix his sister, Kymee , who began singing and...
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The Gasoline Gypsies Talk Music Video Premiere Party on Homegrown Happy Hour

The Gasoline Gypsies are set to release a new music video, and they want their fans to be involved. The band appeared on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. this week to discuss their upcoming premiere party inside the Lyft Lounge at MusicTown Detroit tomorrow (December 20). During the...
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Joe Jaber on How his Music Inspired his Charity 'You're Not the Only One'

It's been a few weeks since Joe Jaber launched his charity You're Not the Only One at MusicTown Detroit , at a sold-out event that also served at the release party for his latest record, Made it On My Own . This week, the Detroit-based singer returned the the MusicTown studios for an appearance on...
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Brian James Schram Brings Northern Michigan Country to Homegrown Happy Hour

Brian James Schram is making waves in country music with his distinct sound and unique songwriting. The singer/guitarist, who has played with the likes of Uncle Kracker , Kenny Chesney , Kenny Wayne Sheppard and more, dropped by MusicTown Detroit this week for an appearance on Homegrown Happy Hour...
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