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Listen: Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy release “Grinding of the Stars”

Til Willis can’t seem to keep still. When he’s not hitting the road or playing about town, he’s finding new approaches to his music. This

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Kiss The Tiger to bring their retro sound and intensity to The Bottleneck

Earlier this year we watched one band accomplish what most bands can dream of. Kiss the Tiger, while opening for Low Cut Connie, walked into

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Melissa Etheridge brings a new voice to familiar themes ahead of Liberty Hall show on Sunday

If you’re from the Midwest, then you understand that some things never change. For Kansas native and rock-and-roll icon Melissa Etheridge, who was raised in

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Educators unite to rock for local schools

The thing about musicians in this town is… they’re everywhere. They work in your restaurants, banks, and sometimes are even teaching your children in schools.

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Carswell & Hope examine identity in “Sign of the Times”

Carswell & Hope just dropped a new heartbreaking track ahead of their upcoming album release. “Sign of the Times” takes a closer look at understanding

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Local musicians banding together for abortion rights

After last month’s devastating news regarding Roe v. Wade, local bands are now teaming up with abortion rights advocates to ensure Kansans can have safe

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Asterales steps into the spotlight with Futurespective

You may not recognize him at first, but you’ve definitely seen him. Nate Holt is the man on the keys, and he’s usually onstage behind

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Brotha Newz releases album based off 90’s martial arts show WMAC Masters

One of the more promising rap acts we saw over the last year was Brotha Newz. When we saw him hit the Replay last fall,

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The Potent Piano Man: Low Cut Connie is coming to heal you

We’ve seen a lot of pandemic champions emerge over the last couple of years, this one just happens to stand on his piano and pound

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Love Language: Musicians, artists, and community to pen a love letter to Lawrence

If you’ve ever felt like writing a love letter to Lawrence, you’re not alone. This month, a host of performers and community members will be