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John 5 Puts A Spell On Indianapolis

John 5 on Selective Memory

John 5 Returns to The Vogue and Puts on Stellar Performance John 5 has a new album out, and it is everything you expect from the guitar master. The songs are a rip-roaring adventure of pure mayhem wrapped in a blanket of technicality. Season of the Witch was released in early March

Creature Feature—John 5 Is Coming to Indianapolis

The world is full of great and even spectacular guitar players. What the world is not full of is guitar innovators. These come around much less often and their mark, or their sound, is left for generations to come. Chet Atkins and his finger picking made country music appealing to

Out of Astoria, The Ataris Return

The Ataris (www.selectivememorymag.com)

The Ataris were the pop punk band that could. Out of Indiana formed this band that had this hunger that no other Indiana band could tap into at the time. The right moment connected with the right time and The Ataris became a national success. Releasing several albums, landing on

Clutch – Earth Rockers

Words by Cody Jones. Photos by Brad Flynn. If you haven’t heard of Clutch yet, please turn off your radio and prepare to be enlightened. It’s no secret that Clutch are journeymen and one of the hardest working acts, year in and year out. Though after four years since the introduction

Candlebox, The Vogue, February 5, 2013

Links: Candlebox Official Site Vogue Theatre For Selective Memory's Feature Story on Candlebox, click here. While waiting outside The Vogue, I had to say I was pleasantly surprised at the mass amount of people who made it out on a frosty Tuesday night. The crowd was similar to what you would discover

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

Venue: The Vogue Theatre, Broad Ripple Between the chain restaurants, bass from club music echoing down Broad Ripple Avenue or frohawk douchebags wearing sunglasses at night; it is getting seriously depressing around here these days. On this frigid Indianapolis night, The Vogue (and its signature radiant marquee) sadly serves as the

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