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  • Jazz & Rib Fest gives local band big place to share messages

    Jazz & Rib Fest gives local band big place to share messages [unable to retrieve full-text content] Stephen Wolf, owner of Bad Wolf Barbecue in Kansas City, Missouri, said he enjoys both Columbus and the festival, especially because so many …Published at Sat, 21 Jul 2018 21:43:47 +0000

  • Extra! Extra! Hit show “Newsies” in Kansas City! For the very first time, The Coterie and the White Theatre at The J join forces to create Kansas City’s first locally-produced production of the Broadway smash hit “Newsies”. Keith Wiedenkeller, the Jewish Community Center’s Director Arts + Culture, and Jeff Church, Coterie’s Producing Artistic Director, say this show makes headlines. Inspired by the real-life ‘Newsboy Strike of 1899, Disney’s Newsies, is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged band of teenaged ‘newsies,’ who dreams only of a better life far from the hardship of the streets. High-energy with non-stop thrills, the stage version introduces eight brand-new songs by the original team of Menken and Feldman while keeping many of the beloved songs from the film, including “Carrying the Banner,” “Seize the Day,” “King of New York” and “Santa Fe.” Noah Lindquist (who plays Jack) and Lucas Styles Lowery (who plays Crutchie) sing “Santa Fe” from the Prologue of “Newsies”.

  • Steve Briody & Frank Walker at Jones Beach Band Shell 7/18/18 Into The Mystic Something Real Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is Not The Only One I Saw Her Standing There Before I Go Kansas City

  • SAID THE SKY HITS EMOTIVELY CHARGED MILESTONE WITH DEBUT LP “WIDE EYED” OUT … Wide-Eyed and Mouth-Gaped after listening to this debut album Now, this is how you release a debut LP. Said The Sky is blowing us away with his first full-length album "Wide-Eyed" out today via Seeking Blue Records. Having started the journey towards this career landmark courtesy of singles ‘Over Getting Over You’ alongside Matthew Koma and ‘Superstar’ alongside Dabin and Linn, Said The Sky (real name Trevor Christensen) leaves no stone unturned for his first album project. Accompanied by a nationwide tour covering the entire country, WIDE-EYED represents a serious step into the spotlight from the rising star.  The 15-track offering is a testament to the four-year journey that has taken Said The Sky to the level of artistry he shows us today.  He starts off with a beautiful piano intro with Just Our Lullaby that sets the listener up for what is going to be a roller coaster of vibes. Next up we have Just Us ft. Yuppycult, a ...

  • Lawrence Field Day Fest promotes local bands This is year seven for the 3 day festival that takes over downtown Lawrence. The Lawrence Field Day Fest puts the emphasis on promoting local bands from Lawrence and Kansas City. Fally Afani, editor of I Heart Local Music, and local punk Travis Arey talk about the diverse music scene and blending together all genres on a single bill.