The Carolyn Striho Group is performing with The Orbitsuns on Saturday night, November 19th the weekend before Thanksgiving at The Cadieux Café in Detroit. With Scott Dailey, Todd Glass and John Barron rounding up the band that night, we’ll be performing new songs and many from my catalogue and surprise favorites. The Orbitsuns will follow up with a great set, too! Let’s celebrate November at The Cadieux Café where our shows with The Orbitsuns started in 2019. And it’s my birthday month, hurray. More details at http://www.cadieuxcafe.com
And my music fill be featured on WRIF Detroit’s Motor City Riffs on Sunday night, November 13 2022 at 9 pm EST. Tune in to hear The Carolyn Striho Group on 101 FM WRIF here at https://wrif.com/shows/motor-city-riffs/
Thanks also for the airplay on WDET-FM/NPR Detroit and on WHFR Dearborn – appreciated!
We performed at the Detroit Free Press Marathon in October to cheer the runners in October on a big morning in Detroit and Windsor, Canada. And I performed at a gorgeous wedding in Detroit in September.
The new recordings are coming soon as I’m working on 4 more songs to add to the album and finishing storyboarding a new video. Then there is the book and some new readings and working on another book. My songs have been on 3 compilation albums in the last 4 years in the U.S. and the U.K., and “Afterthought” was also included in a feature film, “Poor Greg Drowning.”
Upcoming is the single release will be coming for “I Will Rise,” then the EP/album with another couple of surprise releases with Erin Zindle (from Erin & The Ragbirds) and a new Striho/Detroit Energy Asylum release on Orchide Records – stay tuned and thanks for being patient!
Steady as she goes, wild leaves and trees ablaze. To November nirvana dark nights and new bells…let’s go.
We just had a whirlwind of exciting shows in Detroit and northern Michigan. Thanks for so many great memories and super stages. Thanks to Don Was, Ismael Ahmed and Ann Delisi and The Detroit Institute of Arts for the Concert of Colors performances we did, and to 20 Front Street in Lake Orio with Erin Zindle and Mary McGuire, Canterbury Village in Lake Orion, WKLT-FM Northern Michigan Traverse City and Terri Ray, as well as The Lark Theater in Cheboygan, Michigan. Wow! And we’re just back from Mackinac Island, where we had performed several times – grateful! My book has been added to more bookstores and also to libraries in Metro Detroit and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In August, we’ll be back in Detroit’s Corktown to play at Brooklyn Street Local on Wednesday evening, August 24th from 6 to 8 pm. for the Corktown Sounds series. We performed in Corktown back in the winter in March, and are back at Brooklyn Street Local on a summer evening. Brooklyn Street Local is at 1266 Michigan Avenue in Detroit. We are performing as a trio that evening and it’s a free admission show. I’ll be on vocals, guitar and keyboards, with Scott Dailey on guitar and vocals and Ron Wolf on percussion.
Also on Sunday, August 28th, at 9 pm EST, we’ll be back on KLT The Rock Station’s Garage with Terri Ray! Tune in for a repeat live broadcast in Traverse City on northern Michigan WKLT-FM’s The Garage! Live streamed at https://www.wklt.com/copy-of-ida or tune in if you are in northern Michigan at FM 97.5, 93.5 and 96.7
We’re planning to release a new single before the album release coming up, too. Enjoy the hot summer days and fall-like weather, too, as I write this note. So much has happened in the last several years, and here’s to your health.
There’s some amazing shows coming up in July and more being added into August at this writing. We’re back performing at the annual Concert of Colors at the Detroit Institute of Arts with Don Was’ All Star Revue for an Iggy Pop 75th Birthday Tribute! We’re returning to 20 Front Street for a brilliant show with Mary McGuire and Erin Zindle in Lake Orion! Also coming up is a show at Lake Orion’s Canterbury Village at the Michigan Rib Fest and two shows we’ll be doing at The Lark Theater in Cheboygan, Michigan.
First, on Saturday, July 2nd, I’ll be performing with our full band at the Michigan Rib Fest in Lake Orion, Michigan at 5 pm. Looks like the start of a big 4th of July weekend everywhere! Details here at: https://www.michiganribfest.com/band-lineup
Friday night, July 22nd at 9 pm in Detroit, I am excited to be back with Scott Dailey on the THE 15TH ANNUAL DON WAS DETROIT ALL-STAR REVUE: TRIBUTE TO IGGY POP with so many great artists at Detroit’s Concert of Colors at the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum lawn https://www.concertofcolors.com/line-up
Saturday evening, July 23rd, I’ll be performing on a very special night with marvelous songwriters and friends at 20 Front Street at 8 pm in Lake Orion, Michigan. Fabulous singers/songwriters and musicians Mary McGuire and Erin Zindle (of The Ragbirds) are joining up with me, Scott Dailey and Ron Wolf. This is going to be a rare performance together in a midsummer night’s dream of music – join us if you’re in town!
We will also be appearing on WKLT-FM Northern Michigan, Traverse City’s “The Garage”with fantastic DJ Terri Ray! On Sunday night, July 24th at 9 pm, tune into live-streaming or on 93.5 or 97.5 FM for Scott Dailey and me. https://www.wklt.com/copy-of-ida
And on Saturday evening, July 30th, Scott Dailey and I will be performing 2 shows at 6 and 7:30 pm at The Lark Theater in Cheboygan, Michigan – looking forward to this beautiful theater up north!
We’ll also be returning back to some of our favorite places we played this year, including Corktown in Detroit and back to the marvelous Book Beat bookstore for a reading and performance with great authors and musicians. My book, “Detroit (Maiden Energy)” is again being added to more bookstores and the Europe tour back to the Isle of Wight and to London, as well as Italy, is moved to the summer of 2023
Hope to see you soon with a new album as I work on another book. Remember to keep the faith, organize and be ready to vote blue in November!
There is a lot of unrest with the Supreme Court wanting to take control of women’s health and privacy. This is very bad news. And the war in Ukraine continues. With prayers for peace, love, equal rights and hope, we remain strong. Later into summer, we have some more shows planned that are quite awesome – more details soon! And with a touch of love and spring, many thanks for supporting live music, we’re looking forward to a great big summer hopefully of love and peace.
Happy Spring! April is National Poetry Month, Record Store Day and Independent Bookstore Month and we’re celebrating all 3! It’s also Earth Day! Our next show is a return to The Congregation in Detroit on Saturday, April 23rd from 6 to 7:30 pm where we’ll perform a duo set of music and poetry. And we have special vinyl and the book, and some surprises. https://thecongregationdetroit.comThen we’re back with our full band and The Orbitsuns on Saturday night, May 14, 2022 at The Cadieux Cafe. http://www.cadieuxcafe.com. It’s sure an honor to be playing music after decades and grateful to be out there again. There are some big wow shows coming up this summer while we continue to record the new album and much more coming soon. Stay tuned, and love to Spring, everywhere. And please – no more war!
Into Spring and beyond, we’ll be performing with the full band at The Cadieux Café in Detroit, 20 Front Street in Lake Orion, several music festivals in the Detroit area/Northern Michigan area, a possible return overseas to the U.K. – and more surprises with shows and traveling!
Thanks so much for the nominations in the 2022 Detroit Music Awards. Our band, The Carolyn Striho Group, is nominated for Outstanding Rock/Pop Artist/Group. I am nominated for Outstanding Songwriter and Outstanding Keyboardist, and Scott Dailey is nominated for Outstanding Guitarist. It’s an honor! https://www.detroitmusicawards.net/2022-nominees
Also, thanks for the big support for “Detroit (Maiden Energy)” which was on the First Ballot of the Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word Album 2022. https://recordingacademy.com/news We are praying for the people of Ukraine. Love, peace and hope remains. x Carolyn Striho