"Detroit is a virtual ghost town except for the music scene." So says John Krautner of Motor City rock band The Go. The 22-year-old guitarist speaks with authority, having lived in and around the city his whole life. He's watched as depressed economic conditions and urban flight have turned the once-bustling metropolis into a shell of its former self. He's also seen the local rock scene suffer through a lengthy drought for the better part of the last decade. Formed barely two years ago, The Go are part of a new generation of Detroit rockers who've rediscovered the city's rich musical heritage and are helping to revitalize its current scene even as the rest of the... More >>>
"Rock 'n' roll will give me what I need": The Go's Bobby Harlow.