Here’s your chance to shine in the national spotlight
From Detroit to Dearborn, Monroe to Mt. Clemens, and Wyandotte to Warren, we know Southeast Michigan is full of talent. We feature amazing people on our show all year, but now you have the opportunity to take your talent to the next level. Casting is underway for Season 18 of “America’s Got Talent,” and all you have to do is look at the Detroit Youth Choir to know that you can go from the D to the national spotlight with one push of a button.
Catch up with Grammy nominated singer Kem before his concert this weekend
There was a lot of excitement on “Live In The D” today because we were joined by three-time Grammy nominee, Detroit singer Kem, who will be performing in town this weekend. Not only do you have a chance to enjoy his music, but you will also be a part of something that you will be able to enjoy for years to come.
UB40 is coming to Detroit
When we say “Red Red Wine,” you probably think of the song by UB40 with the same name. You may also know the song “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You,” or “Here I Am.” Now, the famous band is back with a new single called “Champion.” It is the latest song from UB40 and it will be on their upcoming album “UB45.”
You can experience One Night of Queen
Queen is known for hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “I Want It All”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, and so many others. Now, you have a chance to experience the iconic band in a new way. A tribute act called One Night with Queen is coming to Detroit Music Hall on Friday, August 12.
Is the new Pixar movie about Buzz Lightyear is living up to all the buzz
Looking for something fun to watch this weekend? How about new projects from Chris Evans, Melissa McCarthy, Bryan Cranston, and Annette Bening? Greg Russell, the man with all the information and interviews, joined Jason Carr on Live in the D to discuss the new movies and series.
Catch up with this TIDAL Unplugged artist from Michigan
We are starting the week off with some music from an artist who is about to release her debut studio album. She is no stranger to the show, having previously spoken on “Live In The D” about her experiences as a TIDAL Unplugged artist from Michigan.
From the comic book pages to the screen
It is Women’s History Month, so we spoke with an Oscar and Emmy nominated writer, director, and producer who is a groundbreaker in the film industry. Ava DuVernay is the first African American woman to receive the Sun Dance Film Festival’s Best Director award. She has built quite a reputation for herself even though she did not pick up a camera until she was 32 years old. She is now collaborating with Emmy winner Roberto Patino on “DMZ”, a new HBO Max drama.