Billy Strings, Borns, Accidentals, Crane Wives and other Michigan acts have found a national spotlight as of late. Musician Ralston Bowles and Local Spins publisher John Sinkevics debate ‘making it’ in music.
What does ‘breaking out’ really mean for a band in the New Millennium and what should the realistic expectations be for Michigan artists as the regional scene draws more attention?
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With Billy Strings getting a high profile mention from Rolling Stone magazine, The Accidentals releasing their first Sony Music Masterworks album internationally, Borns releasing a much-anticipated new single, “Faded Heart,” on Interscope Records and The Crane Wives winning a “best American band” contest sponsored by JBL, the time seemed right to discuss the topic in the second edition of RSVP Music Chat (aka, Ralston and Sink’s Virtual Podcast). Listen to RSVP Episode No. 2 below and sign up for the podcasts via iTunes so you never miss an episode.
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RSVP Music Chat: Episode No. 2
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