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Deep Purple bids a Joyous Long Goodbye to Kansas City

Ian Gillan and Steve Morse at the Uptown Theater in Kansas CityPhoto by Josh Chaikin In rock, there are a few bands that can truly be called iconic, Deep Purple is certainly deserving of that honor. With a rotating lineup ...

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Breaking Benjamin and Co. Dance with the Devil in KC

Breaking Benjamin at Providence Medical Center Amphitheater Summertime is made for late night, outdoor concerts. Risking heat exhaustion, having too many beers, waiting an hour to get out of the parking lot after the show…it’s all part of the experience. ...

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Skunk Anansie & Nova Twins – Nottingham, Rock City – 03.09.19

Tonight the sold out Rock City plays host to iconic British rock band Skunk Anansie.  With only one support to whet the appetites before the sizeable two hour headline set, fierce female ‘grime-punk’ band Nova Twins crash onto the stage. ...

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Orange Goblin in NYC

The duo special of The Skull opening up for Orange Goblin at New York’s City’s Gramercy Theatre was a must to see before the end of the summer. The show itself was a consistent flow from both bands. Orange Goblin’s fill-in drummer Chad ...

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Mac Sabbath brings Fast Food Metal back to Kansas City

Ronald Osbourne with Grimalice Mac Sabbath. The sort of thing that seems like the brainchild of some tripping college kids, eating fast food, while listening to Iron Man. The idea is funny, but it doesn’t seem like it could in ...

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Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats, and Six Percent get the Uptown Skankin’ on Friday Night

Life sucks, let’s dance! There are a few constants in the Midwest: July is not only hot, but humid and sticky as well. Along with that, you can always count on the indoor venues of the town to cool you ...

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MASTODON CRACKED OPEN THE SKYE IN TEXAS

  It was a hot Wednesday in July as I pulled into the parking garage at the Toyota music pavilion for what would be an unbelievable night of music. As I was driving in the parking garage trying to find ...

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Slayer and guests Slay Dallas for North American Farewell Tour

As I pulled up to the Toyota Music Factory on a quiet Wednesday night, I could see the fans lined up along the sidewalks and wrapped around the building waiting for the doors to open, so they could get to ...

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Zakk Wylde Leads Beserkers into the Battle for Canton Hall

As I approached Canton Hall in Deep Ellum that is a great little neighborhood with lots of great attractions and music venues everywhere in Dallas, Texas. As I came closer to the venue you could see people standing in all ...

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Michael Schenker Fest Brings German Rock to KC

  Rock is no stranger to having siblings in the industry. Brothers Eddie and Alex. Sisters Ann and Nancy. And of course, Michael and Rudolf. Though these two did not spend a great deal of time together in the same ...

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