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The Ann Arbor Sun

Ann Arbor Sun, The

The Ann Arbor Sun was the successor to the Warren-Forest Sun.

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MC5, The Up: Rock For...

Essay by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 4 July 1970

THE LIFE of the young rock and roll musician is and has always been filled with the bitter contradictions of honko Amerika................. ...

Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin: Jimi and Janis: Victims of the Plague

Essay by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, February 1971

EARLY IN the morning of Monday, October 5, 1970, Janis Joplin was found dead in an apartment in San Francisco, her arms filled with tracks, ...

The Up: Rock & Roll Dope: the May Day Peace Festival, Iowa

Report by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 7 May 1971

(AT THE moment I'm writing this the Up is solidly entrenched in Amerika's midwest — it's 2 am and we're sitting around getting high at a ...

MC5, John Sinclair, The Up: Rock & Roll Dope: John Sinclair

Retrospective by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 28 May 1971

IT WAS back in the fall of 1966 when Rob Tyner, lead singer for the then "Avant Rock" MC5, and myself got in Rob's beat ...

The Flamin' Groovies: Rock And Roll Dope: the Flamin' Groovies

Report by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 11 June 1971

DETROIT CITY was reelin' and rockin' last weekend to high energy blasts from the most unique and refreshing band to come out of San Francisco ...

MC5: Rock And Roll Dope: MC5

Comment by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 25 June 1971

IT WAS A Friday night back in the fall of 1966 when Gary Grimshaw, myself and some brothers and sisters from Detroit set up some ...

The Up: Rock And Roll Dope: the Up

Column by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 2 July 1971

UP PLAYED for the Scapegoat Six in Kennedy Square last Tuesday and after running a bunch of errands around the Motor City all afternoon we ...

MC5, John Sinclair: Rock And Roll Dope: MC5 Kick Out The Jams At The Grande Ballroom

Column by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 29 October 1971

IT WAS back in the fall of 1966 when Rob Tyner, lead singer for the then "Avant Rock" MC5, and myself got in Rob's beat up ...

Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes: Lowman's Westside Club, Detroit MI

Live Review by John Sinclair, The Ann Arbor Sun, 1 October 1975

THE SKYROCKETING popularity of the premier black vocal groups — the O'Jays, the Spinners, Gladys Knight & The Pips, the Four Tops, Harold Melvin & ...

J. Geils Band, Gary Wright: Cobo Hall, Detroit MI

Live Review by John Sinclair, The Ann Arbor Sun, 17 December 1975

WHEN THE J. Geils Band hits Detroit it's like rock and roll never went away. The Motor City is a second home for the Beantown bombers ...

Dr. John, The Meters, Professor Longhair, The Wild Magnolias, The Wild Tchoupitoulas: Special Report: Running The Streets Of The Crescent City

Report by John Sinclair, The Ann Arbor Sun, 22 April 1976

Well I'm going to New Orleans,  I wanna see the Mardi Gras  When I see the Mardi Gras,  I wanna know what the carnival for. ...

Bobby "Blue" Bland: Phelps' Lounge, Detroit MI

Live Review by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 15 July 1976

JUST ABOUT every time a holiday rolls around nowadays, Bobby "Blue" Bland can be found singing down at Phelps' Lounge, a comfortable nightclub located in an otherwise bleak ...

Average White Band: Crisis At Cobo Hall

Interview by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 3 September 1976

Alan Gorrie Talks to The Sun ...

Leon Thomas: Baker's Keyboard Lounge, Detroit MI

Live Review by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 17 September 1976

VOCALIST LEON Thomas has seen work with everybody from Count Basie to Pharoah Sanders in the last twenty years and is probably one of the most innovative singers alive today. As ...

The Spinners: The Spinners: Breakin' The Barriers

Interview by Frank Bach, The Ann Arbor Sun, 8 October 1976

EVER SINCE the beginnings of radio broadcasting in this country, the programming policies of most of the large white-owned stations have made it difficult, if ...

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