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Zydeco Tougeau is still one of Lawrence’s biggest treasures

The quarantine hasn’t slowed down two of Lawrence’s favorite buskers. On Saturday afternoon, Zydeco Tougeau set up shop for Play Music on the Porch Day.

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SHAH is a rising local queer icon

It’s been a whirlwind of a year for SHAH. Since we last checked in with the local musician, he was riding the waves of his

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Here are three nontraditional venues to hear music

Since Lawrence is a city of night owls, we often hear the same-old complaint: “Why aren’t there any early shows?” The truth is, there are

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Live On Mass brings local love to Downtown with free concert

The Get Up Kids/ Photo by LeRoy Pristach Saturday night will go down as one of the most LFK events of the year, thanks to
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Watch this awesome busker on Mass Street

If you’ve been frolicking in Downtown Lawrence on the weekends anytime over the past month, you’ve likely run into Sage. The local musician and extraordinary

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Public Enemy took it to the streets at Free State Fest

It may have been the best block party to hit Downtown Lawrence in recent years. The partiest party of the summer began with locals sprinting
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We went to six shows in one night to prove a point

Anymore, Friday nights in Lawrence are pretty outrageous. There are just so many events happening at once. This wasn’t even a Final Fridays art walk,

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Downtown buskers signal springtime in Lawrence

You really couldn’t have painted a prettier sky than what popped up on Friday evening. The drizzle rain clouds moved out and just hung in

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Musical activism with Ebony Tusks

Ebony Tusks is playing a different game now. The force behind the act that’s reclaiming their place in the scene has now grown to three.

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Foreign exchange students + Lawrence Buskers = Magic

If you were downtown on Friday evening, then you couldn’t have missed it. Even from blocks away, you could hear the commotion. Washboard player Barry