DSC Founder Carleton Gholz was interviewed by Dig Boston‘s Chris Faraone for the upcoming Boston Loves Detroit fundraiser on Saturday, March 22. In the interview, Gholz says: The DSC is not a nostalgia trip. We care about the past because we want to know how we got where we are and where we are going […]
BOSTON LOVES DETROIT w / MIKE SERVITO 22 March 2014 See Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1415484858699719 Social Studies Boston and the Detroit Sound Conservancy are proud to present a special night of dance music featuring Brooklyn-based, Detroit-raised, DJ Mike Servito. Now in his 20th year as a DJ, Servito grew up in the belly of Detroit’s […]
We are pleased to announce the First Annual Detroit Sound Conservancy Conference on Detroit Music. CONSERVING SOUNDS: TELLING STORIES Friday May 23, 2014 at the Detroit Public Library. Our goal is to increase knowledge of Detroit’s vast musical legacy through education and reflection. The presenters and panelists are encouraged to explore a wide range of […]
Our founder, Carleton S. Gholz, will be emceeing this year’s annual Christmas Potluck Waltz this Saturday. From the Facebook event page: “For the third consecutive year, the Sights will fill Detroit’s stocking with the finest in live, local rock and roll. In the spirit of The Band’s The Last Waltz, the Sights’ Christmas Potluck Waltz […]
From all of us here at the DSC we want to thank everyone who attended and supported on June 22, 2012 at our Model Z party. Through this fundraiser we were able to raise some much needed funds for some basic bills for the organization. Special shout outs to Model D. (http://www.modeldmedia.com/) for supporting with food, drink, and raw muscle; Dion Fischer for booking the magnificent talents of Swimsuit, Little Princess, Danny Kroha, and Windy & Carl; and our fantastic DJs Lauren, Jon, Ben, Dion, Aaron, and Windy.
The first meeting of the Detroit Sound Conservancy was a raging success. First meeting up at the wonderful Avalon bakery on Willis in the Midtown area of Detroit and discussing possibilities for our burgeoning group. Then going over to the now defunct (infamous jazz club) the Blue Bird Inn and taking pictures to mark what we hope will […]