DIME is Part of Detroit’s Cultural Resurgence
Detroit has a strong music tradition and an ever-resurgent cultural scene. And if you haven’t heard of DIME (the Detroit Institute of Music Education) yet, you probably will soon.
DIME is a unique music college, dedicated to helping aspiring professional musicians succeed in the modern music world. But they also put on some awesome shows and events, giving everyone a good reason for a night out in the City.
I recently went to one of their free gig’s featuring an up-and-coming artist and Detroit-native, Nique LoveRhodes, in July and it was more than worth the trip. You may have heard Nique’s song, “Rise Up,” on the NFL Legend’s show. You can learn more about her and her music at her website: NiqueLoveRhodes.com.
DIME just launched earlier this year, with some help from Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert who provided space and seed funding for the group. Gilbert has also been active in Detroit’s economic comeback. You can learn more about DIME at their website: Dime-Detroit.com, follow them on Twitter, and Like them on Facebook
Paul F. Bohn, partner at Fausone Bohn, LLP
When Paul is not checking out the Detroit music scene, he is helping clients tackle their environmental, real estate, and construction law issues. If you need legal assistance, give the team at Fausone Bohn a call today at (248) 380-0000.