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Watch: The Grisly Hand perform new song at the Jackpot

The Grisly Hand is in the middle of recording their debut full length, and on Friday night they treated the Jackpot to some of their

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Watch: The Roseline at the Replay

The Roseline wrapped up their most recent tour with a fantastic welcome home show at the Replay on Saturday night. The audience was treated to

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Redneck Jest: Clyde and Clem’s Whiskey Business brings blazing bluegrass to Lawrence

Editor’s Note: Mitch Jones has been graciously taking photos for I Heart Local Music for a few months now. He spent the weekend tracking down

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Comfortable in your goof: Monzie Leo and the Big Sky to perform at the Gaslight

Monzie Leo’s throwing a party, and you’re invited. Joel Brummett, the red-bearded wild man behind Monzie Leo and the Big Sky, loves his friends. He

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Photo Gallery: Truckstop Honeymoon / Tyler Gregory

If you love bluegrass and dancing children, then there’s really no better place to be on Sunday evenings than Lawrence. While most folks may dread

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Quiet Corral delivers memorable performance at SXSW

by Fally Afani The boys from Quiet Corral arrived at the SXSW music festival bright-eyed and bushy-tailed this year. This was their first time playing

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Photo Gallery: William Elliott Whitmore / Drakkar Sauna / Horse Weapons / Me For Radness

William Elliott Whitmore was joined by Me For Radness and locals Drakkar Sauna and Horse Weapons at the Granada on Friday night.

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Shows you should see this weekend: January 27-28

You can have your cake and eat it too this weekend. Experimental electronic music, vicious rock, energetic hip hop, and even a house show all

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Listen: The Grisly Hand – Western Ave.

The Grisly Hand are about to have a very busy year. On the heels of their latest EP release, they’ve got a slew of shows

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Wye Oak, Okkervil River bring grandeur and grace to the Granada

-by Fally Afani   “Lawrence is the shit, we always have the best time here!” Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner couldn’t have been more truthful when