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Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band Lands in Kansas City

In music, there are few bands who have had the impact, and influence, equal to The Beatles. Whether it be the songwriting of Lennon and McCartney, or the guitar of George Harrison, many rockers of the 60’s and 70’s have ...

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An Intimate Night with Fozzy in Merriam, KS

The night is warm, fans lining the side of Aftershock in Merriam, KS. Most are there for one reason: Fozzy. But of course, this is a rock show and not everything goes as scheduled. The event was advertised for doors ...

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Dimmur Borgir hits NYC Hard

When Dimmu Borgir released their new album, Eonian, back in May, it was met with a mixed reaction due to the group’s switch to folk-inspired music. The conceptual album is the band’s first album since 2010’s Abrahadabra. This tour is ...

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TOTO – 40 Years and Still Going Strong – Kansas City

A band being around for 40 years is a remarkable achievement, and one certainly worth celebrating. Toto did just that. Embarking on their 40 Trips Around the Sun tour, Toto began a trek around the world, which brought them to ...

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Tenors of Rock: Bringing Classic Rock to Life at Harrah’s Las Vegas

The summer heat in Las Vegas is brutal. Crowds are large, sidewalks are packed, and deodorant runs out fast. Though the ring of “Water one dollar!” has all but vanished from the Strip, there are plenty of other sights and ...

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Chicago’s Final Warped tour ends with sold out show

Fans came out rain or shine to this sold out show. The venue was packed 21,000 people to be exact. The lines were long and the wait to get in ran late because there were so many people. For 24 ...

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Severe ‘Storm’ Alert with ZZ Ward and Special Guest Devon Gilfillian

Is it me or has this summer been wildly busy so far? So much fun stuff to do, but the ever-looming specter of time is always grabbing those grains of sand. Whoa, man. Just last Thursday saw your fantastic photo ...

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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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