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The Top Ten most badass things we saw from local acts in 2022

Friends, the Lawrence music scene is an absolute thrill to experience on a weekly basis. It really feels like there’s something for everyone here, with

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What an average Saturday looks like for music lovers in Lawrence, Kansas

Really, having too many shows to go to is a good problem to have. The Roseline / Photo by Fally Afani Lawrence, Kansas, is a
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Photo Gallery: Khan the Band / Nik Parr and the Selfless Lovers / Carswell and Hope

Khan the Band / Photo by Fally Afani Have you ever heard of the Sunday Scaries? It's when you dread starting the work week, and
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Photo Gallery: Songs from Ireland 2022

It's been two years since we've gotten to enjoy a "Songs from Ireland" event, and on Saturday night it made a triumphant return to Liberty
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The Potent Piano Man: Low Cut Connie is coming to heal you

We’ve seen a lot of pandemic champions emerge over the last couple of years, this one just happens to stand on his piano and pound

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The Creepy Jingles release new video for “Trojan Horse Girl”

If you like theatrics revolving around dysfunctional families and terrifying children’s shows, The Creepy Jingles have a music video for you. They just released the

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Local hip-hop stars shine as new venue launches in North Lawrence

Kadesh Flow / Photo by Fally Afani It's always a good day when there's an opportunity for live music to expand in Lawrence. North Lawrence
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Photo Gallery: Neal Francis / The Whips at the Bottleneck

Neal Francis / Photo by Fally Afani If you've been sleeping on Neal Francis, now is the time to wake up. To the untrained eye
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The Vintage Virtuoso: Neal Francis is bringing nostalgic cool (and piano rock) to the Bottleneck

For the most part during the pandemic, musicians had to lay low, sit on their hands, and dream about the next big gig. But Neal