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Presale: Gordon Lightfoot at Uptown Theater

by The Bridge - July 18 2018


With a career that spans more than five decades, Gordon Lightfoot is regarded as one of Canada's greatest singer-songwriters. An inductee to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, he was honored for his role in defining the folk-pop sound of the 1960...

#livestream: Rayland Baxter via VuHaus

Posted on July 13 2018 by The Bridge

Watch Rayland Baxter perform live on WXPN Free at Noon in Philadelphia, starting at 11 a.m. (CDT) TODAY, via our VuHaus stream below! [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: Summer in the City

Posted on July 13 2018 by Michelle Bacon

  I couldn’t tell you what the best cure for triskaidekaphobia is, but it probably wouldn’t hurt to spend your Friday the 13th with a collection of powerful performers. The lineup at recordBar is bookended by two KC acts &mdash... [Read More]

Turning the Tables: KC Edition | Then Versus Now

Posted on July 12 2018 by Michelle Bacon

On any given night you’ve got a fair chance of spotting a woman on a local stage. Kansas City’s indie and folk scenes are teeming with the talents of a few dozen female instrumentalists, vocalists and emcees. Conscious efforts are being put fo... [Read More]

Open Spaces: Interview with Mayor Sly James

Posted on July 10 2018 by The Bridge

The Bridge's music director Jon Hart talks with Kansas City's Mayor Sly James about Open Spaces, the upcoming arts experience that runs nine weeks across Kansas City's parks, urban spaces, galleries, performance halls and outdoor stages. It wi... [Read More]

'Revival' Episode 13

Posted on July 8 2018 by Michael Atchison

Revival with Michael Atchison , your weekly alternate history of music, airs Sundays from 10 a.m. to noon. The first hour of this week’s show features three songs about visitors from outer space, and the second hour includes solo work of John, Paul,... [Read More]

Seeking Pay Equity, Female Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Orchestra

Posted on July 7 2018 by NPR

Boston Symphony Orchestra principal flutist Elizabeth Rowe has filed a lawsuit against the orchestra, claiming that she is making substantially less each year than her closest peer — a man. Rowe's suit was filed in Massachusetts' Suffolk... [Read More]

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