Wilson to say goodbye with hometown show

Detroit rock band Wilson has announced an indefinite hiatus, but before hanging it up for the unforeseeable future, the band has planned one last party to say “Thank you, goodnight.” On Saturday, Dec. 28, the band will take both stages at the Crofoot in Pontiac, Michigan, to play two sets. “This show is a way... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Chad Nicefield of Wilson

You might think you know Wilson after hearing its first two albums, “Full Blast Fuckery” (2013) and “Right to Rise” (2015). But those records, each leaning to the heavier side, only scratched the Detroit band’s surface. To really get to know the five band members, take a close look at the newly released “Tasty Nasty,”... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Chad Nicefield and Kyle Landry of Wilson

A debut album titled “Full Blast Fuckery” is bound to turn some heads. But on its second release, “Right to Rise” (Razor & Tie, June 29, 2015), Wilson has taken more of a let-the-music-do-the-talking approach, with a greater emphasis on melody and songs that tell its story in its hometown of Detroit, Michigan. The result... Continue Reading →

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