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Rocktober Starts Early with Godsmack and Sevendust

Fall had a nice introduction and warm welcome in Kansas City when Godsmack, Sevendust, and Sidewise rolled into Kansas City on September 29th 2015. The highly-anticipated “1000 HP” tour was at its next stop playing the one and only Midland ...

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The View Powers Up Electric Ballroom

After releasing their 5th LP “Ropewalk” beginning of this month The View are back on tour in the UK. They hit the capital on a rainy autumn Wednesdaybut their fan base braved the weather and made the gig to a ...

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Halestorm Reigns Heavily in Kansas City

It was a cool evening in Kansas City, on Monday night, and with the summer coming to an end, we are almost out of tornado season. Though the storms have been fairly mild this year, we had one more to ...

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An Evening with Graham Nash – Kansas City

With a a few guitars, a keyboard, and guitarist/collaborator, Shane Fontayne, Graham Nash played a two-hour set to an almost-full house at the Uptown Theater, in Kansas City, on Saturday night. With a set that included songs from Crosby, Stills, Nash & ...

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Van Halen: Running with the Devil in Kansas City

“That mistake was brought to you by Budweiser.” Were Dave’s words after working through ‘In a Simple Rhyme,’ off their 1980 album, “Women and Children First.” It’s true that David Lee Roth can’t sing like he did when he was ...

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Tornado Sirens Open for Dashboard Confessional and Third Eye Blind

Just hours before Augustana, Dashboard Confessional, and Third Eye Blind Took stage, phones across northeast Missouri were blowing up with tornado warnings, severe weather alerts, and flash flood warnings. The only atmospheric instability I could witness was the convergence of ...

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Steve Priest’s “The Sweet” Entertains at Sunset Music Fest

In glam rock, whoever has the most outrageous costumes win, and during sunset of the psychedelic era, the United Kingdom had no shortage of musicians trying to push the limits, like David Bowie, Slade, and of course, Sweet. Originally founded ...

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Lou Gramm Brings the Hits of Foreigner to Old Shawnee Days

Summertime and carnivals go together like classic rock and Foreigner; tonight Shawnee Kansas, just outside of Kansas City, had both. Still drying out from the week before, and still muddy after Rockfest, things continued on in the suburbs at Old ...

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Anthrax and Rob Zombie Headlines Kansas City’s Rockfest

The weather forecast for May, 30th was a high of sixty seven degrees, overcast, a ten percent chance of rain, and a hundred percent chance of rock. Once again, 98.9 The Rock’s Rockfest was in Kansas City for the 23rd ...

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Streetlight Manifesto and Friends Light up the Granada Theater

Seven men took the Granada in Lawrence by storm last night. The venue that originated as a silent film theater was transformed into a hurricane of sound and furious energy. Thirteen years after its forming in 2002, Streetlight Manifesto still ...

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