INDIANAPOLIS — A one-day music festival featuring black and Latino rock bands returns to 10 East Arts Hub on Saturday, September 10, following a successful inaugural event in 2021. The “Indychitlan Fest: Latin Music Festival” features black and brown punk, metal, rock and ska bands from Indianapolis and Chicago. AngelRead More →

Then, at the other end of the field, the Arctic Monkeys unceremoniously strolled around, sang the slinky riff from 2013 single Do I Wanna Know, and the crowd went wild. Girls were climbing on boys’ shoulders, phones were bobbing in the air, everyone was singing. The Monkeys are a bandRead More →

Rock music as inspiration for online casino players Jackpots, high stakes, focus and tension are the words that describe the game. These days, placing your bets from the comfort of your own home through online casinos brings another dimension to gambling. Since the competition in the online gaming world isRead More →

If there’s one thing history teaches us, it’s that art forms that appeal to one generation will surely appeal to subsequent generations. I shouldn’t need to explain to my younger colleagues who Copperpenny, Helix and Major Hoople’s pension were. No doubt they are all as well known today as theyRead More →

If there’s one thing history teaches us, it’s that art forms that appeal to one generation will surely appeal to succeeding generations. I shouldn’t need to explain to my younger colleagues who Copperpenny, Helix and Major Hoople’s pension were. No doubt they are all as well known today as theyRead More →

Dio’s epic 1983 song “Holy Diver” certainly tells a story; the only problem is that you never know exactly what is going on. First, you have the titular Holy Diver, who has been “too long in the Midnight Sea” (per Genius). Then you ride the tiger and “you can seeRead More →

Steve Perry was still with Journey in 1982, Metallica had just made their debut and the Doobie Brothers were off on a farewell tour that wouldn’t be their last. Popular songs were soon to be dripping with synthesizers and reverb, and some of them had already started to seep through.Read More →

Official video of “Carry On Wayward Son” by Kansas Listen to Kansas: https://Kansas.lnk.to/listenYD Watch more videos from Kansas: https://Kansas.lnk.to/listenYD/youtube Subscribe to the official Kansas YouTube channel: https://Kansas.lnk.to/subscribeYD Follow Kansas: Facebook: https://Kansas.lnk.to/followYD/facebook Instagram: https://Kansas.lnk.to/followYD/instagram Twitter: https://Kansas.lnk.to/followYD/twitter Website: https://Kansas.lnk.to/followYD/websitegeneral Spotify: https://Kansas.lnk.to/followYD/spotify Chorus: Carry on, my capricious son There will be peace whenRead More →

One of the biggest calling cards that comes with rock and roll music is its bad attitude. For all the feel-good songs about the party that are sprinkled throughout the mix, you have to remember that this was music designed to piss off your parents, and that rebellious spirit stillRead More →

Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1973 “What song do you want to hear? vocalist Ronnie Van Zant asks the crowd before Lynyrd Skynyrd kicks off 14 minutes of “Free Bird” on their 1976 live album, One more from the road. He spoke rhetorically. By then the whole world knew what song everyoneRead More →

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Congressman Jackie Walorski (R) IN District 2Photo: Walorski.House.gov UPDATE (August 10, 2022): INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Voters will decide on a new congressman for northern Indiana in November. Governor Holcomb called a special election to replace Congresswoman Jackie Walorski in November. It will be election day. The special election willRead More →

Richmond punk rock band Avail will play Brown’s Island this Saturday after a pair of sold-out local gigs three years ago. The concert, Over the James, named after the band’s seminal 1998 album, will include performances by Quicksand, Cave In, Ceremony, Screaming Females and Terminal Bliss. “There’s no better placeRead More →

Summer is when Atlantic City casinos have traditionally scheduled entertainment offerings that go beyond the standard single-night headliner bookings. Among them are three attractions that together span a wide artistic (and demographic) spectrum. Individually, each has a lot to recommend it: Magical mysterious doors At Ocean, the musical revue everyRead More →

The-Green-Room-Willow-Still – Credit: Ashley Battle/Rolling Stone Willow is known for her diverse musical tastes, from teen pop to R&B to punk and more. But one influence has become even more accentuated for her lately: the explosive and glam rock of the 1970s of Queen. “If you really think about it,Read More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – An Indiana distillery with local ties has a playful new take on bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery has just unveiled its latest offering – a nostalgic toasted marshmallow flavored bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery, a veteran-owned brand that creates “premium and disciplined” spirits, has launched its “Shmallow ToastedRead More →