This Detroit-based, visual performance series highlights local talent throughout the city, state, and the nation. Our mission is to provide a performance resume that artists can use to gain recognition, booking, new projects, collaborations, etc. We believe that by providing this medium for local musicians, artists, producers, DJs, MCs, etc, it will expand the potential reach and audience for their individual brands.
Detroit is Music. I find myself becoming more and more inspired by my fellow artists, collaborators, and musicians right here in my city. There is an overwhelmingly amount of talent here and we have the control to tell our own story about it too. We live inside a rhythm that is completely different from any other major city.
Follow the FireHouse journey as we take the challenge of documenting Detroit's best talent.
Logo Design by Brian Oscar
On the newest episode of FireHouse, we feature Detroit's own, OneFreq.
The band is already well known and respected throughout the city, state and now creating their own buzz and following. I have known many of the members for a number of years, included my birthday brother and highschool friend, Trey on electric guitar.
OneFreq's sound is sexy, soothing, exciting and bound to put you in a good mood. With FireHouse's fifth episode, the guys show us just how to jam in a living room, with a full band. I hope you all enjoy.
With our fourth FireHouse Production Day under our belts, we introduce Siena Liggins to the scene here in Detroit.
Just a few days before the date, I met up with Siena about a party that she is curating for the LGBTQ scene in the city, later in June. During our meeting, I got the opportunity to listen to some of the music that Ms. Liggins has written for artists and herself. After hearing a few songs, I asked her to come perform for FireHouse on Sunday.
Now, I knew that she was talented, but I have to admit, I did not know the degree, until the cameras were already on her. Her sound is something new and her voice is just the same.
We really enjoyed this show and now you can do the same. Tune in. Stay Tuned. Subscribe. Comment. Follow. Detroit Stand Up. IG: @SienaLiggins FB: Siena Liggins
"E.V.A" by Jean Jacques Perrey Listen ad-free with YouTube Red
One of Detroit's up and coming budding multi-talented artists, Jaye Prime comes to perform for the FireHouse Music Series. With an already impressive body of work, whether she's producing an album for an artist, engineering, singing or rapping, Jaye Prime has a defining sound that shows each of those mediums. For the Firehouse performance, along with her friends and local musicians Ray Marcel (keys) & Adam DePollo (bass), Prime delivers a clever blend of 90s r&b, hip-hop with her own original content. Enjoy. Like. Comment. Peace.