Photographer Scott Spychalski shares photos from the Pixies’ reunion tour stop in Kansas City. Cults opened.
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Josh Groban’s ‘In the Round’ tour is called such for several reasons. The most obvious reason is the circular stage design that Groban’s team had assembled in the middle of Houston’s Toyota Center. Another big reason is because this tour really shows how full circle Groban has come. The young singer has almost become larger than life — not only singing on his albums and selling out arenas, but also making guest appearances on TV shows and major award events. Yet on this tour, Groban reminds everyone of his humble beginnings and how thankful he is to his mentors who gave him a break, and his fans for their undying support. Groban also completes the circle by bringing a fresh, rising singer on tour with him as his opener, offering Judith Hill the same support that he received when he was just starting out before he grew into his current legendary status.
Quirky dance duo Dale Earnhard Jr. Jr. is going on tour and you’ll definitely want to join in on the dance floor fun with these guys.
Despite some differences in age and typical fanbase, these two bands are a perfect compliment to each other on their current tour.
Cowboy Indian Bear already won our hearts simply for having an awesome band name and some of the nicest band members around. However, if that’s not enough to also win you over, then their new album will.
The Midland was packed Sunday night for a strange, but good night of music from the Strangeland tour. The UK’s alternative pop rock group was set to headline the evening with big, motivational singalong numbers, but first the audience was introduced to an energetic new rock band from California, Youngblood Hawke.
You remember Unwritten Law, right? Surely somebody does. More people in Kansas City have to remember them than the small group that showed up to see them at the Riot Room on Thursday night, where supporting acts Versus the World and the Donner Diaries also performed. Unwritten Law is a pop-punk/alternative act that’s been around […]
With their own mix of alternative rock, ska, reggae, and bohemian jams, Boston natives, State Radio, brought their hometown passion to the Bottleneck on Thursday November 15th. People of all ages took shelter from the cold and warmed up with beer. Lots of it. In fact, the majority of the audience appeared to be adults, […]
For a place called the “Music Hall,” the Kansas City venue rarely sees a live band performance (it usually hosts theater productions). It’s a pity that it doesn’t pursue musicians more because it was the perfect setting for the Regina Spektor and Only Son concert.