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Planet Comicon 2018 – Kansas City

It might seem odd to talk about a convention on a website that covers music. When you consider that one of the star guests this year was none other than Alice Cooper himself, things seem slightly less strange. While we ...

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Mac Sabbath Delivers Fast Food Metal to Kansas City

“I have frying pan!” were the words that boomed through the Knuckleheads Garage in Kansas City this past Sunday night. This was followed by smoke billowing out of a grill center stage, from which Ronald Osbourne, singer for fast foot ...

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IN THIS MOMENT Leads Fort Lauderdale Through The Dark Fantasies Of The Witching Hour

Founded 12 years ago by the charismatic vocalist Maria Brink and guitarist Chris Howarth, a native of Topeka, IN THIS MOMENT is a metalcore band that serves one of the most visually mesmerizing shows I’ve seen, and when they started ...

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G3: Greatest Gods of Guitar – Satriani, Petrucci, and Collen

Greetings once again from your favorite source of concert photography, Photos from the Pit! This latest show is brought to you by the letter G, and the number 3. G3 could also stand for 3 Guitar Greats Joining Forces for a ...

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Crown the Empire and Asking Alexandria at Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland

Hello and Happy New Year to all you preferred pretty people of the pit! A brand-new year and your intrepid KC crew has already put a notch in our concert belt. On Friday, January 12th, we were taken again to ...

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Kansas celebrates the 40th anniversary of Leftoverture electrifying the South Florida audience with a memorable performance

Legendary progressive-rock band Kansas haven been riding a wave of resurgence for the last three years with the release of their first studio album in 17 years “The Prelude Implicit”, followed just a month ago by a live album entitled ...

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Evanescence Performs with KC Symphony

Having not performed in Kansas City since 2012, the fans were understandably excited to see them perform. Kansas City’s Music Hall, normally home to touring productions of Phantom of the Opera, and The Lion King, played host to the symphonic band, with ...

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2017: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

The annual Christmas phenomenon known as the Trans-Siberian Orchestra is doing their annual Christmas tour, and like all the other tours they have done in the last 17 years, people pack the arenas to see them. The band has gotten ...

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Josh Ward: The Return of Real Country Music

It seems that for years I have heard country music lovers from all over ask what has happened to their music that they grew up with and loved so much. I have also heard them talk about how they are ...

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Ottmar Liebert in concert: An impressive demonstration of sweet sounding, luscious and upbeat acoustic guitar, plentiful of creativity and playing skills

Ottmar Liebert is one of the most popular flamenco-style guitarists, yet he doesn’t like to place himself in that genre. Instead, Liebert infuses flamenco techniques with his own style that borrows from non-stringed instruments and genres you’d never imagine he’d ...

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