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Bacon Brothers Fry Kansas City with Good Ol’ Fashion Country

  Saturday brought the Pit Crew back to the riverboats, but no gambling or buffets for us, though we did have a big helping of Bacon. Hollywood favorite, Kevin Bacon, was in town with a band he had formed with ...

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St. Paul and the Broken Bones or It’s Cooler in the Summer If You Got Some Soul

Our latest adventure took Josh and I to Kansas City’s Crossroads Art’s District to take in the outdoor sights and sounds of summer in the city. The Midwestern heat of the Kansas City summer still lingered strong as thousands of ...

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Dirty Heads bring the Rasta Party to Crossroads

Summertime is upon us, and that means outdoor concerts and beer. Not to be confused with wintertime , which means indoor concerts and beer. June 18th brought us to the heart of Kansas City’s art’s district, the Crossroads, for an ...

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Prog Rock Progenitors – Yes- Light Up Kansas City

In what seems to have become a bi-annual tradition, prog rock legends, Yes, returned to the Midland Theater in Kansas City. After having played in town several times in recent years, maybe fans decided to sit this one out, as ...

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Femmes of Rock Delivers a Blistering Evening of Classic Rock to Kansas City

  The past few years have seen interesting trend in music. With the success of bands like Apocalyptica, Escala, and to some extent, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, hearing rock music performed on electronic violins seems to be the next big thing. Only ...

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Another Rockfest turns Muddy

Many thought that by moving Rockfest to the Kansas Speedway, away from Liberty Memorial, that mud would be avoided once and for all. Though the stages, and most of the vendor booths were on concrete, much of the seating area ...

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On a roll with All Souls and the Legends, (the) Melvins

  A sweaty salutation to all my sirs and sisters alike! Your fearless photographer Josh, with his wacky writer sidekick, took to Kansas City’s own Record Bar for some classic grunge rock. This was certainly a loud fun time to ...

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FLOTSAM AND JETSAM And HAMMERFALL Begin North America Tour At West Palm Beach: A Truly Uncompromising Display Of Pure Metal

If I was to make a list of my favorite bands which also happen to be very underrated, and whose contributions to the universal landscape of music are unjustly overlooked, Flotsam and Jetsam would be at the very top. From ...

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KAMELOT Closes North American Tour With DELAIN and BATTLE BEAST Under A Rainy Fort Lauderdale’s Night

If you are a musician, you should be aware of the consequences of scheduling a performance on Mother’s Day, which also always falls on a Sunday (many won’t stay long as they must work next morning). And if on top ...

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TYR ,Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius and Aeternam hit NYC

Faroese folk metal band TÝR started their North American tour at Brooklyn’s The Knitting Factory, with special guests Orphaned Land, Ghost Ship Octavius, and Aeternam. While TYR is reinventing their sound, the band Orphaned Land has enjoyed a renaissance, especially ...

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