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Arquesta Del SolSoul releases dreamy new track

We’re in the dog days of Summer, and as we count down the days to cooler weather it’s time to lean into the haziest of

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We are here for Arquesta del SolSoul’s energy

In today's stressful delta-variant-controlled times, we can't afford to indulge in sleepy bands and COVID-bedroom-projects. Arquesta del SolSoul is a musical group with the big
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Photo Gallery: Khrystal / Nublvckcity / Lava Dreams

It may have been her first time headlining a show at the Replay, but Khrystal is no stranger to the venue. The multi-instrumentalist is a
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Glass Bandit is Lawrence’s newest party band

The floor was just shaking at the Jazzhaus on Friday night. It was easy to lose your footing in all the commotion. That's because Lawrence's
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Calvin Arsenia goes big with Cantaloupe release show

Calvin Arsenia's Gem Theater Release Show / Photo by Fally Afani It was one of the grandest spectacles of the year. Dancers, half-nude men sawing
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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

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Watch: Victor & Penny at Folk Alliance International

What year is it?? Doesn’t matter. Victor & Penny are timeless. They are perhaps the only retro-jazz-folk act in Kansas City you should be paying

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Area filmmaker documents local jazz legend, KC music

After years of photographing musicians, Diallo French felt it was time for something big. That’s when the Kansas City filmmaker and photographer started working on

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Folk Alliance kicks off in Kansas City

“Would you like a song where someone’s mean to someone else, or where someone’s dying?” That question, smirkingly posed by Curtis McMurty, is sometimes the