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.
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
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
In 1986, Van Halen released their most successful album to date. Today, we still debate the Sammy Hagar era versus David Lee Roth
I remember when “Why Can’t This Be Love” hit the radio airwaves. Besides hearing it on WZPL as a borderline pop/rock crossover (this song ended up hitting the
In A Funk? The Main Squeeze hopes you are in a good way because they plan to heat Indy up!
The Main Squeeze started out as a party band. But those nights under the Bloomington college night life, they became much more. These group of guys have formed a musical bond
Irontom partners with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, May 18
Irontom's Zack Irons is hanging out somewhere in the confines of the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Occasionally, he pauses from our phone conversation to address someone walking by. Every time he gets back to our interview
American Bombshell Will Celebrate their Vinyl Release with a Rock and Roll Showcase with DJ Wrathchild at Radio Radio, Saturday, March 25
This is a cause for a celebration!
Sure No Regrets by Indianapolis’ American Bombshell has been out for roughly a year now. However, it’s an album that still makes quite
Pinkerton Raid will be at the State Street Pub, March 18
In support of their latest album, Tolerance Ends, Love Begins, Durham, North Carolina's Pinkerton Raid returns to Indianapolis to perform with Jim Jim Swim Swim and Indy's Antenna Man. The album marks their third release chock filled with the glowing embers of
As the Bionic Monks prep a new album, they continue to take their ecstatic live show on the road
Have you experienced a Bionic Monks show? If you have then you will understand what I am writing. If you have not, then you need to understand because it simply is the best