[youtube id=”MR92zzJW_ak”] The Detroit Experiment was a collaborative album helmed by techno maestro Carl Craig as a follow-up to Rope A Dope Records’s Philadelphia Experiment. Craig and various cross-generational Detroit artists crafted techno, jazz, hip-hop and R&B into a unique fusion representing the city’s past, present and future in sound.
[youtube id=”Gd5gqIqYrVY”] Detroit’s American Black Journal celebrated Black Music Month with guest Regina Carter yesterday. Ms. Carter, who is from Detroit, is touring her current album, Southern Comfort. She discusses her path to becoming a jazz violinist, early musical opportunities in Detroit and how she researched her family for her
[youtube id=”KI7NrmTqjn8″] Regina Carter performs her cover of “See See Rider” at WNYC’s Soundcheck Studio with her Southern Comfort band. Carter’s interpretation of the famous blues song is from her current album of Americana explorations, also named Southern Comfort. The jazz violinist says, that Southern Comfort started as a journey