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”.
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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 bright yet sultry vocal future bass track that has just the amount of pop. Show & Tell ft. Claire Ridgely is sassy, boppy, with empowering vocals. Affection ft. Jack Newsome and Origami gives me full Odesza vibes (my greatest compliment) 5 stars! Beautiful feat Diamond Eyes is soulful with that big room drop. I could see this being played at any festival main stage. Pray For Me ft. Origami has been out on the scene for a bit and fits into this album like a glove. It’s a heavier, darker tone than the rest which is a cool change up to mix in. Getting trap vibes. Mixed Signals with StayLoose ft. Kyle Reynolds is summery and could fit in the mainstream scene but the funky flare brings it some edge. Hold Me Closer is a solemnly beautiful interlude that showcases his guitar and piano skills that have brought him to where he is now. All I Got also starts slow and melodic but opens to an airy powerful drop that wakes you right back up. Faded is giving me straight emo vibes, middle school me is getting down to this. And then with build up and drop show the listener how talented his production skills truly are. I dare you not to nod your head to. Erase Me is straight ethereal. Change Your Mind ft. Vancouver Sleep Clinic is euphoric. Over Getting You ft. Matthew Koma, the song that has brought him some of the most attention gives off great big room vibes. Superstar with Dabin and Lim seems mainstream but with the interesting moving basslines that switch things up. Finally, Never Gone is another angelic track with a powerful drop that culminates the album perfectly and shows that this man is an EDM powerhouse. Reflecting on the journey to his debut LP, Trevor explains: ‘This LP turned out as the story of falling in and out of love. The first half of the album kind of portrays the feelings you have when you…
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.
ERRA – Breach Erra // Neon // OUT 8/10 CD/LP pre-orders: http://erraneon.com iTunes: http://smarturl.it/ErraNeon-IT Amazon: http://smarturl.it/ErraNeon-AM GooglePlay: http://smarturl.it/ErraNeon-GP Merch: http://smarturl.it/ERRA-SumerianStore — Catch ERRA live on The Summer Slaughter Tour! Tickets available at: http://thesummerslaughtertour.com 7/13 – Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz Raleigh 7/14 – Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues 7/15 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 7/17 – Lynchburg, VA @ Phase 2 7/18 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage 7/19 – New York City, NY @ Irving Plaza 7/20 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 7/21 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium 7/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of Living Arts 7/24 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall 7/25 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection 7/26 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theater 7/27 – Guelph, ON @ Guelph Concert Theatre 7/28 – Montreal, QC @ Heavy MTL 7/30 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live 7/31 – Ft. Wayne, IN @ Piere’s 8/01 – Sauget, IL @ Pop’s Nightclub 8/02 – Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater 8/03 – Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theater 8/05 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre 8/07 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO 8/09 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades 8/10 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theater 8/11 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo 8/12 – Anaheim, CA @ Grove of Anaheim 8/13 – San Diego, CA @ SOMA 8/14 – Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee 8/15 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater 8/17 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live! 8/18 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues 8/19 – Austin, TX @ Empire Garage – LYRICS: it comes to fracture vested trust a love to shatter and turn to rust I drag my name through waves to wade black water, wallow and drown A new shade of gray disorients the portrait Repetitive contusions concuss the allure Cataract eyes and cloudy minds interrupt a perfect design Crashing waves come to swallow us Wallow and drown in it Shadows wait to devour us It hurts to surrender Presentation is everything when you created the play The audience hypnotised by the imagery, in this vicious cycle of disbelief that the visionless can not conceive You can drag me down six feet deep, so I can fight for a life that I threw away In this moment of resurgence, clear the dissonance, and recover me Fears suppressed exploit our lust, and our memories turn to rust And when we reach that point, barren of things to say, there’s nothing left to save, do not resuscitate Swallow your pride, hide what you feel inside, there are some things that can not be rectified Crashing waves come to swallow us Wallow and drown in it Shadows wait to devour us It hurts to surrender Leeches lie in wait, but you’re blind to it A void that you create, you give life to it It hurts to surrender It comes to fracture vested trust, a love to shatter and turn to rust I…
Barstow, KC's oldest co-ed private school, is moving into Leawood The Barstow School, Kansas City’s oldest co-ed private college prep school, is expanding across the state line into Kansas. The school, at 11511 State Line Road on the Missouri side, announced on Thursday that it’s purchasing the former Hy-Vee grocery store space at 12200 State Line in Leawood Plaza. The store closed four years ago, when the town’s leaders refused to give the company $1 million in tax revenue to help upgrade the inside. At the time residents were aggravated about losing a grocery at that location. Johnson County has appraised the value of the property at just under $3.2 million. “I am delighted that we are in the final stages of acquiring the site on State Line Road,” said Shane Foster, Barstow president and head of school. The Leawood City Council is expected to review the plan by the end of summer. School officials said the former store will increase the campus by more than 50 percent, giving the school an additional 62,680 square feet of space and 170 parking spots. Barstow plans to renovate the facility and grow its STEAM programs (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) and robotics and early childhood programs, possibly adding students younger than 3 to its pre-K program. Foster also envisions music and performance studios in the new space. In addition, the expanded campus will also offer a broad range of extracurricular activities. Barstow also plans to make the space available for use by students from other schools throughout the community. “The proximity to our existing campus will allow easy transportation of students to and from the new location,” Foster said. But, he said, no division of the school will move into the new site, which is expected to open by the end of the 2018-19 school year. “Our existing location in Missouri will continue to serve as our primary campus,” Foster said. All of Barstow’s approximately 720 students will continue taking their classes on the main campus. This will mark the first time in Barstow’s 134-year history that the school has had a campus in Kansas. That said, students attending the private school come from more than 60 different ZIP codes on both sides of the state line. Barstow moved into its current space from 5110 Cherry St. in 1962. Members of the community are looking forward to Barstow moving into the space, saying it may spark interest in Leawood Plaza. “The Leawood Chamber of Commerce is very pleased that the Barstow School has chosen to invest in Leawood, and we look forward to them transforming this site into part of the Barstow community,” said Kevin Jeffries, president and chief executive officer of the Leawood Chamber and a Barstow alumnus. (Why?) Published at Thu, 19 Jul 2018 21:00:00 +0000
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The M80s | 80s Band | Hey Mickey and We’ve Got the Beat cover The M80s perform live at KC Crossroads big stage at the annual Beer Fest. Live concert by The M80s paying tribute to top 80s dance hits from pop, rock and new wave. Live footage of 2 big dance hits – Mickey and We’ve Got the Beat. Based in Kansas City, The M80s eighties cover band travels throughout the US for festival, corporate events, etc. www.m80skc.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/m80skc
In Recital: Isabel Keleti at Schmitt Music Kansas City Schmitt Music presents a free concert with pianist Isabel Keleti at Schmitt Music Kansas City on Sunday, August 5th at 3:00PM – Free and Open to the Public! Seating is limited, so please let us know if you plan to attend. Call 913-663-4756 or email us at email@example.com to RSVP today. Watch Ms. Keleti perform Prokofiev’s Sonata No. ! in f minor, Op. 1: [embedded content] Ms. Isabel Keleti is a pianist from Leawood, KS. She has performed extensively at international music festivals such as the International Institute for Young Musicians, International Keyboard Institute and Festival, Brevard Music Center and MusicFest Perugia. She has performed as a soloist accompanied by orchestras in Italy, Kansas and Missouri. She was awarded the Gladys Casford Memorial Scholarship, first prize in the KMTA Collegiate Auditions and was a finalist in the International Young Artist Piano Competition in D.C. As an educator, Ms. Keleti has found teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced students of all ages to be a fun, valuable addition to her own studies. She is a piano instructor at Piano Lessons NYC and Music to Your Home. She received her Bachelors of Music from the University of Kansas studying with department chair, Dr. Jack Winerock. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Music in piano performance at Mannes School of Music in New York City under the direction of Dr. Vladimir Valjarević. (Why?) Published at Thu, 19 Jul 2018 19:04:49 +0000