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Somewhere Clover the Rainbow: Irish musician Nick Carswell serenades Lawrence from the Shamrock Shack

We kind of started this pandemic with St. Patrick’s Day, and by golly we’re starting to end it that way as well. Having this pandemic

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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

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Here’s what live music in Lawrence looks like in the immediate future

On Saturday, the live music capitol of Kansas got a glimpse of what live music will look like in the immediate future. Three very different
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We miss you, sweethearts

We miss you, sweethearts... and local musicians miss you, too. So we asked a few folk musicians in the area to gather 'round for a
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Local Irish musician plays from driveway on St. Patrick’s Day during Coronavirus pandemic

It’s not how we wanted to spend St. Patrick’s Day. We all thought we’d be taking in a jovial parade in beautiful Downtown Lawrence, followed

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Local musician to tackle struggles of immigration with visually stunning light show

It seems like when musicians in Lawrence really want to submerge their audiences in a delight for the eyes and ears, they head to the

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Photo Gallery: Songs from Ireland

For the third year in a row, Songs from Ireland delighted audiences at Liberty Hall with a cultural celebration. A mixture of both traditional, modern,
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We asked a local Irish musician about Irish things ahead of his Irish show

With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, Lawrence will soon be seeing green. But parades and green beer aside, it’ll be important to view the

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Don’t Stop Them Now: Local bands brought a killer Queen tribute to the Granada

Party Party / Photo by Fally Afani The first band wasn’t even on and the audience was already foaming at the mouth. After a season