Grosse Pointe Woods Rapper to Help Raise Funds for Shores-Based Dog Rescue
Rapper Hush will be among the performers helping open a new Chesterfield Township concert venue while raising funds for the Detroit Dog Rescue.
Grosse Pointe Woods rapper Hush will join the Howling Diablos to open Club Diesel on Saturday, Jan. 19, in Chesterfield Township.
The show at the new concert and entertainment venue at 33151 23 Mile Road in Chesterfield Township is also a fundraiser for St. Clair Shores-based Detroit Dog Rescue.
Daniel “Hush” Carlisle, a Detroit Music Award Winner who has performed with Eminem, and co-founder Monica Martino established the Detroit Dog Rescue with a mission of founding the city’s first no-kill shelter.
This will be the first event at the new, live-music facility owned by longtime nightclub owners Mike Mitchell, who is the former owner of the Emerald Theatre and Hayloft, and Joe Sgroi, owner of the Ritz, New York New York and the Premier Lanes.
Doors open at 8 p.m. Jan. 19, and 18 and over are welcome. Tickets are $10, with proceeds benefiting Detroit Dog Rescue. Tickets are available at www.showclix.com or at the Diesel Concert Lounge on the night of the event.