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Patriarch Reunion Show – Uptown Theater – Kansas City

Though known mostly for the band which shares its name, Kansas has a long tradition of birthing great music, thanks in large part to its thriving Jazz community, Kansas has produced several bands, which never reached the iconic status they ...

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El Monstero – Uptown Theater – Kansas City

Happy New Year! It’s been almost one year since Photos from the Pit has been launched, and it’s been quite a ride. I’ve almost gone full circle now. This time last year, I shot El Monstero at the Uptown Theater, ...

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Raiding the Rock Vault – LVH – Las Vegas, NV

Update: As of 11/2/2014, Raiding the Rock Vault has a new home at the Tropicana, right on the Las Vegas strip. Playing at the historic LVH, the same theater in which Elvis performed when he was working Las Vegas, is another ...

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Marshall Tucker Band – Crossroads KC

For a few weeks every summer, the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City comes alive with live music, in a concert venue in the backyard of one of the city’s best “diners drive-ins and dives” – Grinders. Owned and operated ...

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Blue Oyster Cult – Old Shawnee Days

Christopher Walken wasn’t the only one who thought Blue Öyster Cult needed more Cowbell, not a few people in the audience brought and played their own Cowbells through Blue Oyster Cult’s set at Old Shawnee Days on June 9th.  Though ...

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Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express – Kansas City, MO (Styx, REO Speedwagon & Ted Nugent)

Ted Nugent, REO Speedwagon and Styx rolled into Kansas City on Friday night and performed to a capacity crowd of over 7,000.  It’s a good thing it’s an outdoor theater, because they would have blown the lid off the place. ...

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Yes – Kansas City – Midland Theater

Ah, Yes. One of the forerunners of progressive rock and certainly psychadelic rock. Known for soaring, high vocals and 15+ minute songs. On this tour, Yes is doing something unprecedented, for them: playing three of their classic albums in their entirety: ‘The ...

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