Ypsi’s Grove Studios and Ann Arbor’s Leon Speakers partner to amplify Black musicians’ voices

 In Press

A veteran of the southeast Michigan music scene, a new mother, and an up-and-coming singer-songwriter have all had their voices amplified by a new fellowship program for Washtenaw County’s African-American musicians.

Established by Ann Arbor’s Leon Speakers and Ypsilanti-based Grove Studios, the Amplify Fellowship kicked off in autumn 2020. As part of the pilot project, three fellows were chosen by a panel of judges: Ann Arbor singer-songwriter Dani Darling, Ypsilanti R&B vocalist Kenyatta Rashon, and Ann Arbor singer-songwriter London Beck.

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