The Detroit Sound Conservancy believes that Detroit preservationists need an accurate, sourced, linked, serviceable history of their city. We have been attempting to build such a useable past for Detroit music since 2012 via the DetroitWiki. The goal here must be to take musical minutia – the arcane knowledge of musical anthropologists, record collectors, and […]
Originally published in Model D. Tuesday, April 24, 2012 and written by Carleton Gholz Stirring the Blue Bird to sing: Introducing the Detroit Sound Conservancy Every day lovers of Detroit sound lose another hero. As I write this, I have heard that Michael Davis, bass player for the seminal Detroit rock band the MC5, has passed away. In a […]
The Detroit Sound Conservancy began last summer 2011 initially as HEAR Detroit (which stood for History / Heritage Education Advocacy Research Detroit). At the time DSC collaborator Denise Dalphond wrote this on her blog “Schoolcraft Wax”: HEAR Detroit’s mission is to become a catalyst for indigenous musical preservation and historical advocacy in Southeastern Michigan. We […]
Hello world! Welcome all to the Detroit Sound Conservancy Web site. Our Web plan is to share the process as we startup our future non-profit to preserve and conserve Detroit Sound.