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Upcoming concerts, reviews, or iconic concert moments in music.

Marcia Frost2 years ago
Cheap Trick and 38 Special Rock the River
Cheap Trick has been hitting the road hard this summer, especially in the Midwest, where they started playing in local clubs all those years ago. They were especially welcomed in Peoria, Illinois. The...
Kelli Cartrette2 years ago
Appetite for Destruction
The best 80's hard rock
Matt Nappo2 years ago
Another Rockin45 Summer Of Fun
Now in their seventeenth year, theRockin45s, aka America's Favorite Party Band are showing no signs of slowing down. Their 4 hour marathon sets continue to keep audiences dancing and singing and in Summer the band always kicks up a notch. Known for their high energy, almost punk rock renditions of classic pop covers, the band also has created a huge buzz for their original music. The novelty hit Love Song recently passed 5 million downloads and with a new full length CD due to drop in September ...
Yvonne Glasgow2 years ago
Five Ways You Can Help Support Local Music
Most local musicians aren’t signed to any labels, and many of them don’t want to be. A lot of them are college students or parents, and they are just trying to do what they love, and maybe make a litt...
Review: Rory Gallagher Irish Tour '74
It has been 22 years since the legendary Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher passed away at the age of only 47. He is still adored by an army of loyal fans and held in high regard by musicians ranging from...
Rhonda & Daryle Go 'Above And Beyond' - Duet Album "American Grandstand" Out In July
Late August last year, "Queen of Bluegrass" Rhonda Vincent announced on her Facebook page that she's recording a duet album with 90's traditionalist Daryle Singletary and posted the above picture of t...
Miley Cyrus Proves Social Savvy
Miley Cyrus is showing once again her support of causes near and dear to her heart with the release of her latest single, "Inspired." “In celebration of #pride and the desperate cry for more love in t...
Marcia Frost2 years ago
Neil Diamond in Indianapolis
Few performers have been on tour for 50 years, and even fewer can play to sold out concerts filled with many who weren’t born 50 years ago. Neil Diamond has managed to accomplish both of these tasks during his 50th Anniversary Tour. The main reason Diamond has grown new audiences and kept old ones is something that was unheard of all those years ago when he started: karaoke. The top barroom activity is loved by all ages and a quick internet search of the Top 10 Karaoke Songs of all time will alm...
Angel Dearborn2 years ago
Paying The Devil His Due
Have you ever known a band within the last past decade who made it? Is there such a thing that exists today in the music industry? It seems like things have changed their game. You can now listen, dow...
Remembering Prince, An Artist That Defied Boundaries, On What Should Be His 59th Birthday
“Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life.” Today, we recognize what would have been the 59th birthday of Prince, the iconic artist who left us last spring. On ...
Johnny Vedmore2 years ago
The Bad Fire
The Bad Fire has a fantastic story behind it. Even though it is obviously about an abused woman and an angry hate filled man the actual events still make me chuckle. It was a busy night in a hotel where I was working a few years back. I was the Duty Manager and I was in a slightly cynical mood. It's easy to become cynical when you work nights in a hotel, as you are often surrounded by drunk people at their very worst. When they get kicked out of pubs and clubs they come back to where they're sta...
Ariana Grande to Perform Benefit Concert in Manchester in Another Admirable Act of Love; “We Won’t Let Hate Win”
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND — Singer Ariana Grande posted a letter on social media on May 26, 2017 promising a return to what she calls the “incredibly brave city of Manchester.” She plans to perform a benefi...
Chris Cornell Dead At 52
Chris Cornell, widely known as one of the founding members of the grunge movement of the 1980s and 1990s, died Wednesday night of what has now been suspected as suicide. He was 52. Cornell was the frontman for bands like Soundgarden and Audioslave, and had just finished playing a show with the latter only hours before his death was reported. The singer's representative, Brian Bumbery, reported the death as "sudden and unexpected," with his wife and family stunned at the loss. On Thursday, May 18...
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Allante Akins2 years ago
Why We Need Watch The Throne 2?
Fans of Kanye West and Jay Z have been waiting patiently for the release of Watch the Throne 2. The album was released in 2011, and critically acclaimed by many magazine publications and music lovers....
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Thomas Jenkins2 years ago
A Requiem for Coldplay
Over the past few months, I’ve been exploring old music that I used to listen to, poring over old artists and albums that I found in years past. I firmly believe that the music one listens to in high ...
Ben W2 years ago
The Rolling Stones: A Retrospective
For more than 50 years, The Rolling Stones have been the mainstays and stewards of the Rock n’ Roll universe. Founded in 1962, this English band transformed the music world, sold hundreds of millions ...
Things You Should Know Before Your First Rave
Going to your first rave can be a life-changing experience that makes you question everything you know about life. It can help you learn about new music, meet new friends, and even change the way you ...
Samantha Bentley2 years ago
MODESTEP - Bringing Dubstep Home
If you don’t know who Modestep are, then you have probably never listened to UK Dubstep. Covered from head to toe in tattoos and now in the process of writing their third album, it seems like a lifeti...