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Photo Gallery: 2022 Kaw River Roots Fest, Day 1

It's bluegrass week here in Lawrence. It's actually a pretty big music weekend overall in Larryville-- but if your grass is blue, then Kaw River
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Photo Gallery: IV and the Strange Band / Arthur Dodge and the Horsefeathers / The Roseline

You can't escape bluegrass, folk, and Americana this month. What with the upcoming Kaw River Roots Fest and Fid Pick, it's just about everywhere... it's
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Watch: Mr. and Mrs. Dodge at the Replay

"Is anyone here from Seattle?" *silence* "Good, then you won't be offended!" This is generally the manner in which Arthur Dodge, along with Mrs. Dodge
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Photo Gallery: Konza Swamp Band / The Matchsellers

You know it's a good show when someone jumps out of their chair and starts twirling their cowboy hat. Konza Swamp Band had everybody stomping
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Photo Gallery: Gullywasher / Jenna & Martin / Folk in the Flow

Nowadays when you go to a show at your local watering hole, the chatter from random audience members is all about the COVID vaccine. Everyone's
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Unfit Wives mark the return of Sunday patio shows in Lawrence

If there's one thing the Lawrence music scene has been missing during the pandemic, it's those Sunday patio shows. You know, the ones that are
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Watch: Ryan Manuel at Kaw Valley Public House

We’re trying to be chill, we really are. But we have absolutely no chill right now. Live music, dear reader, is already rolling out here

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Watch The Roseline sing to a baby

Spring is all about fresh starts and new beginnings, and nothing symbolizes Spring more than a wide-eyed baby, just starting their journey into the world.

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Five music videos to get you through the last push of the pandemic

Gosh, the finish line is in sight, isn’t it? We’re in unfamiliar territory right now, that space where we can see the future, but can’t