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There’s a Burlesque dancer who keeps doing routines to local music

This is a site that covers local music, but if we may switch formats for a second, we’d like to talk about the rock star

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New guitar store opens and brings possibility of live music space

It was a perfect blend of nice weather and the students being back that caused Downtown Lawrence’s Final Fridays to be so bustling with activity.

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Please enjoy this list of romantic songs from local musicians this Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day, dear readers! Because we heart both you AND local music, we’ve listed some of the most romantics songs by Lawrence musicians. Listen

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Album Review: Approach – “Merely Minutes, In A Day”

If you want to know what it looks like when a musician faces his mortality head on, now’s a good time to look towards Approach.

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Photo Gallery: I Heart Local Music Magazine Launch Party

The Bad Ideas / Photo by Ailecia Ruscin To celebrate the launch of our quarterly print magazine, I Heart Local Music invited three local acts
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Photo Gallery: The Lawrence Songbook Showcase

It's a safe bet to call Friday night one of the more iconic nights in local music history. The Lawrence Songbook, featuring transcribed music from
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The Music Makers: Locals recount iconic moments ahead of Lawrence Songbook Showcase

In a music community as strong as Lawrence, it’s hard to fit everything into one package. There’s a rich history of rock, emo, rap, and

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Photo Gallery: Brass & Boujee at the Granada

Friday night was a fantastic display in black excellence as music lovers saw generations of culture collide in rhythmic union. Under the direction of Marcus
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“Creating Change:” How Brass & Boujee is bringing Black Excellence to the Granada

Without jazz, there would be no rap. That’s the firm belief held by one of the more famous faces in the local hip-hop scene, Kemet