Rev, a fundraiser for the Indiana University Health Foundation, is set for Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The improvisational rock of jam bands is scheduled to reign at the second All IN festival, where Trey Anastasio and Umphrey’s McGee are on the bill.
The 40-date run of shows includes a stop at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in October with special guests The Black Crowes.
Conceptualized through venture studio High Alpha, Mandolin emerged during the pandemic as a successful concert livestreaming platform.
Signed to a label owned by indie rock musician Ben Kweller, Westfield High School alum Connor McLaren is poised to reach new listeners.
A century later, jazz songs recorded by Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton resound as Indiana milestones.
Jazz quintet led by saxophone player Jared Thompson will showcase new album ‘Virtue’ at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
A two-day jazz festival this summer in Carmel will feature more than 30 jazz, R&B and blues acts on stages around Carmel.
IU also unveiled plans for a sculpture honoring the Hoosier rock star.
Hip-hop group will play hometown show at Deluxe in Old National Centre before traveling to Texas for South By Southwest.
The new owners of the downtown Indianapolis institution aren’t planning radical changes, but it might sound a bit different on certain nights.
“Wes Bound,” scheduled to premiere Feb. 26 on Bloomington public television station WTIU-TV Channel 30, is a centennial tribute to Montgomery, who was born on March 6, 1923
Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew will bring an 11-member band to the Egyptian Room in Old National Centre for a Feb. 26 performance.
Indianapolis International Airport exhibition spotlights the city’s R&B scene spanning the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s.
Making a living in the industry is increasingly hard for most songwriters and musicians in the streaming era. Royalties tend to be meager, while many say concerts produce less revenue.
Joining IBJ’s Dave Lindquist are Rob Dixon, a saxophone player and artistic director of the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation. And Lasana Kazembe, a poet, teaching artist and assistant professor of education at IUPUI.
A Grammy Award nomination and the fandom of LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy factor in the improbable story of ‘The Clouds.’