Martin Barre electrifies with new album and tour that stops at The Warehouse
It may not technically be the first day of Autumn 2016, but it is the first day the weather has expressed distinct autumn sentiments. Martin Barre is phoning in from a state park in Ohio. He and the band
A String of Sold-Out Dates Including the Horseshoe Resort and Casino, September 16, Jeff Pilson Talks about the Band and their upcoming 40th Anniversary.
A band that needs no introduction, Foreigner has been in a steady state of shaping rock and roll since the 1970s while creating timeless classics from “Hot Blooded,”
Chicago's Keith Howland talks about their latest tour, stop at Hoosier Park Casino in Indiana and album
In a time when rock music is seeing a swell in popularity and bands who thrived in the ‘70s and ‘80s continue to delight fans with their passion for creating new, vibrant, and essential music,
The Bacon Brothers Perform at the Indiana State Fair
With heavy rain falling, The Bacon Brothers, comprised of brothers Michael and Kevin Bacon, took to the stage of the Indiana State Fair Free Stage. Even though they were inspired by Philadelphia blues, their style is a lot like the gritty roots
Bush, Chevelle, The Dead Deads, and Black Map at The Lawn at White River State Park
Just in time for summer, Bush and Chevelle invaded the Circle City bringing with them the punchiness of The Dead Deads and powerful sound of Black Map. Sit back and enjoy photos from the show.
The Bacon Brothers is Part of This Year's Indiana State Fair Line Up
Growing up in the eighties, Kevin Bacon was something of a role model to many of my friends and I. We always rushed out to see the newest Bacon-starring movie as soon as it came out. From his epically
Dunsmuir builds a powerhouse of metal muscle with members of Clutch, Black Sabbath, Fu Manhu and The Company Band
If you could build the super group of super groups, who would be in it? Dunsmuir, with their new self titled album, comes pretty damn close to being the best project I
The 2016 Vans Warped Tour
If you are anything like me, the loss of the Mayhem Festival meant a loss of being able to catch a lot of bad ass metal bands that may not normally tour to your part of the world. Whether purely coincidental or genius in planning, the
Jackyl loves it loud with new album
Jesse James Dupree is flying high this year. The Full Throttle Saloon is back in action, finally opening years after a fire burned it to the ground. A haven for the largest motorcycle rally in the country for six years, hog heads must be frothing
Permacrush returns to Indiana to perform with American Bombshell and L.A. Guns
It has been four years since Chris Crush has stepped foot in Indianapolis. It was back in 2012 when Permacrush played the Rock House and came back to a scene he left for Hollywood shortly before.
Tonight (August 4), Crush and