Ted Nugent brought his Motor City Madness at Hoosier Park
Ted Nugent is one of those few people that people either hold in reverence or look down on in disdain (personally I love the guy). The undeniable facts are that Ted, or Uncle Ted as many of us like to call
Greg Kihn gave us classic songs like "Jeapardy" and "The Breakup Song." In our video interview he relives those times and his latest album of new material in 21 years.
Greg Kihn recently phoned Selective Memory. The Greg Kihn Band, while formed in the mid-seventies, came to prominence in the eighties.
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace, and Tonic team up together to make us remember what '90s rock was like
Nineties alternative shined brightly as Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace and Tonic swept through the Rose Music Center.
Collectively, these bands are responsible for some of the biggest hits of what is sometimes
Ann Wilson Merges The Present With The Past At The Rose Music Center
As I walked in to the Rose Music Center to see Ann Wilson, I fully expected to hear a set of Heart hits. I was pleasantly surprised to find out I was going to be very, very wrong.
Shotgun Sawyer releases a powerhouse of a rock single. Dylan Jarman talks about the new song and the exciting things ahead for his band
Dylan Jarman is ready for a new start. A need to re-invent himself and his rock iconography, his band, Shotgun Sawyer, is taking new steps into the
Upon the 30th Anniversary of Michael Monroe's debut Nights Are So Long, a long overdue Best Of is set to be released this month
I remember seeing Michael Monroe on That Metal Show. It did two things for me. One, it sparked a bunch of memories going back to my infatuation
The Flaming Lips will perform at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park on September 19
With The Flaming Lips’ upcoming Indianapolis concert this September, the reaction to the news could have been an “Oh no, The Flaming Lips are returning. . . again.” With the band’s recent
Huey Lewis and the News ran through some of the '80s biggest hits at The Lawn at White River
I remember back in 1984 watching Friday Night Videos and seeing “I Want A New Drug”. I was hooked immediately after seeing it. While I had heard Huey Lewis and the News
Flint Eastwood Joins Irontom and We Are Forever to open for PVRIS at Old National, July 5
Jax Anderson is like a tiger ready to pounce. A childhood saturated by Spaghetti Westerns, she has grown up with the musical ability to channel a strength and identity in a world that simulates
Indiana native and bass player for Boston, Tracy Ferrie on growing up in Indiana and Boston's visit to Klipsch Music Center, July 2, for their 2017 Hyper Space Tour
Many of us still remember the Blizzard of ‘78. Others have heard about its myth, shutting the schools down for weeks; snow