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Teresa Reynolds & the Slicktones will celebrate the release of “The Postal Recording Sessions” on Saturday at the Mousetrap Bar & Grill.
Bass player Stanley Clarke will share a bill with Boney James and Sheila E when Indy Jazz Fest concludes Saturday in White River State Park.
Riding high on the back of his No. 1 country single “Last Night” and a couple of rising hits, Wallen has extended his current “One Night at a Time” tour to include 10 dates in 2024.
“I don’t believe any of us ever, in our wildest dreams, would think 38 years later there would still be a need to do Farm Aid,” singer John Mellencamp told IBJ about the concert that benefits independent farmers.
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The guitarist will do double duty at Saturday’s Farm Aid at Ruoff Music Center, playing in bands of John Mellencamp and Jim Irsay.
The Grammy and Tony Award winner who attended Northrup High School in Fort Wayne will sing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
A weekend punctuated by high-profile concerts begins Friday with a free show featuring John Mellencamp and Stephen Stills.
The second All IN Music & Arts Festival is planning “Dreamsets” to celebrate songs popularized by the Beatles and Led Zeppelin.
Organizers of the 22nd edition of Tonic Ball on Thursday unveiled the quartet of honored artists and the date for this year’s event.
Indianapolis-based Devon Ashley, who has played with artists in just about every musical genre, has survived three brushes with death and is about to head off on a European concert tour with New Age musician Simrit Kaur.
Cultural firm GangGang and concert company Forty5 unveiled plans for I Made Rock ’N’ Roll during a Rock the Ruins show in Holliday Park on Friday night. Organizers said the festival will be the first of its kind in the United States.
Band that influenced Nirvana and Radiohead will visit White River State Park for an Aug 29 show with Modest Mouse and Cat Power.
The Percussive Arts Society International Convention has been presented each November in Indianapolis since 2009, aside from a few exceptions.
In some ways, the work to land three Taylor Swift concerts at Lucas Oil Stadium next year began 15 years ago when country star Kenny Chesney headlined the first concert in the building a month after it opened.
Atlanta-based Lunar Vacation and Indianapolis-based Cairo Jag preview the Back Alley Ballyhoo psych rock festival.
Music superstar Taylor Swift is planning to bring her The Eras Tour to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in 2024.
The videographer has produced five seasons of “Music in Transit,” an online series that showcases music performances on an IndyGo bus, and has worked on all eight seasons of the “Good Bones” HGTV home renovation show.