Wire in the Wood
From the February, 2018 issue
When farm-raised U-M undergrad Chad Williams started WCBN-FM's Bill Monroe for Breakfast program in 1995, it was a gutsy move: almost no one was playing bluegrass in our town. But the scene has grown consistently since then, and the launch of Detroit Street Filling Station's new Bluegrass Wednesdays in January brought a full house to the restaurant. With
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