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Photo Gallery: Bummer / Casket Lottery / Abandoncy

In times of uncertainty, it's comforting to be reminded of one constant: Bummer will always put on the wildest displays of raw and unhinged rock
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From the screen to the stage: Foo Fighters and Radkey delivered rock excellence to Kansas City

Foo Fighters / Photo by Fally Afani If Azura Amphitheater had a roof, Foo Fighters would have blown it right off. There's a reason why
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The Greatest Showmen: The Hives and Refused thrill Liberty Hall

It's simple science, really. When you're presented with a force born from a high-density and high-temperature state, you get the big bang. The same theory
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Hannah Norris is rad as hell

Hannah Norris / Photo by Fally Afani 2019 is going to be the year to watch Hannah Norris. After turning heads at Field Day Fest,
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Photo Gallery: Wick and the Tricks / Young Mvchetes / The Sluts / Micha Anne

Wick and the Tricks / Photo by Fally Afani A madcap affair materialized at the Replay Saturday night when an array of acts from Topeka
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Gnarly Davidson bid farewell by blowing the roof off two venues

Gnarly Davidson / Photo by Fally Afani It's hard to write stories like these, ones where you say goodbye to a Lawrence institution, but it's
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Photo Gallery: Samantha Fish / Nick Schnebelen Band

Samantha Fish / Photo by Fally Afani Friday night's show at the Bottleneck was one hot ticket for anyone who lives and breathes rock and
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Photo Gallery: Pink Fuzz / Vedettes / The Mad Kings / Til Willis

Pink Fuzz / Photo by Fally Afani Sometimes you just need a solid night of rock and roll. That's precisely what the lineup at the
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Photo Gallery: The Darkness / Diarrhea Planet

The Darkness / Photo by Fally Afani On a lazy Sunday night, two outrageous bands lit a fire under Kansas City's butt with rock and