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Second Acts: Five Musical Metamorphoses


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Going solo is common. Artists who achieve success within a band often break out on their own, typically in the same style that gained them notoriety in the first place. True reinvention, though, is rare. Every once in awhile, a… [Read More]


Weekend Roundup: Shake A Tail Feather


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Above image: Tech N9ne performs at The Truman’s grand opening on Saturday night. | Photo: Adrenaline PR Mender by The Perfect Things If you need a little folk/Americana in your life, head north to The Rino tonight to party with… [Read More]


The Winfield Family Reunion


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Above image: Joy Zimmerman performing at Walnut Valley Festival campground Stage 2. | Photo submitted by artist It’s a tradition 46 years in the making, drawing around 15,000 people to the southern Kansas city of Winfield on the third week in… [Read More]


Modern Blues: A Quartet of Contemporary Blues Stars Come to KC


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People often speak of the blues as if it were Latin, a dead language that now primarily serves as the root of more modern forms. But like all musical styles, it has evolved. Keith Urban doesn’t sound much like Hank… [Read More]


Weekend Roundup: Dancing in September


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Above image: Split Lip Rayfield (performing here in our 909 Studios) appear at recordBar tonight. | Photo: Hilary Becker At the beginning of 2017, Wichita, Kansas-based trio Split Lip Rayfield released its first album in eight years, “On My Way.”… [Read More]


Five Things To Do At Crossroads Music Fest 2017


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Above image: Instant Karma performs before Crossroads Music Fest on Friday night at Vinyl Renaissance, and Saturday night at The Brick for the festival. | Photo submitted by artist With more than 50 acts across 12 stages, the 13th annual Crossroads… [Read More]


The Arms of America: U2’s Road to ‘The Joshua Tree’


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It was late at night and I was heading west on a highway in the middle of America the first time I heard “The Joshua Tree.” A radio station was playing the brand-new album from start to finish, and I… [Read More]


This Is The Gig — Victor & Penny’s Sustainability Scramble


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After almost seven years, about 1000 performances and nearly 200,000 miles on the road, Victor & Penny has evolved from a charming guitar-and-ukulele duo to a full-blown musical entrepreneurship. “We didn’t set out with the intent of changing our lives… [Read More]


Weekend Roundup: Action Packed


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Above image: Danielle Nicole performs at Johnson County Community College’s Light Up the Lawn series tonight. Sometimes you just need a lethal dose of rock and roll. In the early to mid-2010s, Federation of Horsepower provided that outlet for riff-hungry… [Read More]


Carswell & Hope: ‘Abilene’ Song Premiere


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Carswell & Hope (L to R): Jordan Tucker, Austin Quick, Jason Slote, Chris Handley, Nick Carswell | Photo: Katlyn Conroy On its first single in almost two years, Carswell & Hope re-emerges from a lengthy hiatus with a tenacious, magnified… [Read More]