This archive documents the recorded history of the Flint, Genesee County, Mid Michigan, Grand Blanc, Swartz Creek, Fenton, Davison, Saginaw, Bay City, Lansing, Flushing area music scene. Hall shows and parties featuring Dissonance, Smiling Sacrifice, Political Silence, The Guilty Bystanders, Repulsion, The Process, Feast of Saints, The Bumps, The Numbers, The Freakies, The Need, The Rub, Dachau Club, Arabian Fame, Smatch, DC Bob, Choke 66, Ronin, Darvon, Godspeed, Genocide, Brotherman, Power on Hold, Junbug Spade, Worrystone, Dejecta, The Rugby Mothers, Mondo Cane, Somewhat Slack, Medulla Oblongata, The Will, Powertool, Wig Barn, Hypyr, Spit, Swingin demons, Army of Juan, Nick Juno, Gene Pool and House of Mirth. Musicians include Phill Hines, Tanya Narhi, Dan Russel, Tom Russel, Gary Mueller, John Mueller, Ivan after 5, Dave grave Hollingshead, Keith Fleetwood, Kenny Roberts, Larry Henessee Smiley, Chuck Taylor, Andy Turpen, DJ Bullfrog, DJ Steve Dub, Dave Howart, Eric Keys, Brett H., Mike Althoen, Eric Ogden, Graham Mitchell, Marc Hudson, Mark Allen, Brian Orr, Thomas Totten, Paul Wood, John Vamossy, Steve Vamossy, Ben Hamper, Jerry Humphrey, Jim MacDonald, Shawn Wharton, Fido Kennington, Chris McNichol, Ross Barkey, Bruce Stedron, Jeff Mintline, Steve Reddy, Steve Newlin, Corey Robinson, Michael Absher, Bruce Powers, Timothy Flynn, Al Korth, Ty Shick, Brian Story, Mark Gordon Brown, Jim Holbel, Mike Grossklaus, Blair Jones, Andy Campbell, Phil Skarich, Al Steele, Jason Willey, Bill Sirl, Tim Cronin, Dusty Brill, Scotty A, Rudy Varner, Skot Free, Jeff Warner, Lee Williams, Nigel Rawles, Ashen Keilyn, Todd Grigar, Aaron Freeman, Scott Carlson, Matt Olivo, Frank Hayward, Sean Macdonald, Tim Vogen, Marc Gemellaro, Craig Strauss, Kevin Swann, Gregg M. Murphy, Mike Fickies, Eric Scott, Jon Mitchell, Bill Bradley, Gary Phillips, Shawn Ellis, Rick Stilgenbauer, Jim Fourniadis, Bub Ulicki, Matt Rinks, Keith Jennings, Bruce Watson, Bruce Stedron, Rick Anderson, Eric Williams, Jim Mark, Ken Whitaker, Bryan Curry, Mark Camp, Jim Hicks, Matt Burcar, Steve Swart, Darren Anderson, Kat Reiderich, Aron McCormick, Matt Ratza, and Nick Juno. The collection includes free audio and video files, photos, pictures, images, stickers, T-shirts, flyers, zines, articles, memoirs and stories of local punk, rock, folk, raggae, noise and alternative garage and DIY bands and musicians to stream and download. Legendary promotors, such as Wyatt Earp Records owner Doug Earp and Joel Rash, produced hall shows at the Kishma Grotto, Capitol Theatre, Local 432, Prospect Hall, Buckham Alley, Ukranian Hall, 909 Detroit St., The Rusty Nail, Fallout Shelter, Capitol Cafe, Metropolis, The Back Room, Churchill's, Conto's, Hot Rock Cafe, Seifert's, Rankin Rental Hall and Blair Kelly Hall. This digital library includes accounts of the scene at 710 Avon St. in the 1980s through the 1990s, where even Peter C. Cavanaugh and Michael Moore make an appearance.