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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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Darling Down Releases Music Video For Cover Of Demi Lovato’s “Cool For The Summer”

September 1st, 2015 – Battle Creek, Michigan based Rock band Darling Downhave released a music video for their cover of Demi Lovato’s “Cool For The Summer“. The video which was filmed in Jackson, Michigan at The Night Lightand NCDG Realty ...

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Losing September Release “American Hero” Music Video & Prepare For Upcoming Tour

August 31, 2015 – Muncie, Indiana – Hard Rock / Metal band Losing September have released their “American Hero” music video which was directed by Nick Rage and originally premiered with REVOLVER Magazine. The song comes from the band’s American ...

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TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA AND SAVATAGE MAKE HISTORY AT GERMANY’S ‘WACKEN OPEN AIR FESTIVAL’ 2015

Bands Engaged in a Simultaneous Concert Performance Across Two Festival Main Stages Los Angeles, CA (July 31, 2015) – Last night, at the Wacken Open Air (W:O:A) music festival in northern Germany, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) and Savatage wowed 80,000-plus attendees with ...

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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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MOTÖRHEAD ANNOUNCE 2015 US TOUR DATES NEW ALBUM “BAD MAGIC” COMING AUGUST 28TH

Grammy Award winning iconic rock band Motörhead, who are embarking on a 40th anniversary world tour in support of their upcoming release Bad Magic, have announced a US tour. These North American shows start in mid-August, with Saxon and Anthrax as special guests on select dates, before ending with the now-legendary Motörboat Cruise between Sept 28th – ...

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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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