The album, which is getting the deluxe reissue treatment this week, stands as a rare reputation-changing work, elevating John Mellencamp from a popular heartland rocker to a serious artist and helping spark Farm Aid, a movement that lives on.
Tonic Ball and the Last IV return to action Friday in Fountain Square
The 21st Tonic Ball—and first in-person edition since 2019—will feature 55 performers Friday at four Fountain Square venues.Read More
Dance Kaleidoscope’s David Hochoy to retire after 32 years in role
Hochoy, Dance Kaleidoscope’s artistic director since 1991, helped the company establish its studios at Circle City Industrial Complex.Read More
Polizzi, 31, started making videos on TikTok last year, which caught the attention of the producers of HBO Max’s “FBOY Island,” a kind of self-parodying, in-on-the-joke reality TV show.
Once every four years, the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis and the American Pianists Association jazz contest share space on the city’s arts calendar, but many Indianapolis-area residents are unaware that the city hosts the events.
Tonic Ball will feature Indiana musicians performing songs popularized by Aretha Franklin, Outkast, Jimi Hendrix and Taylor Swift.
The first All IN Music & Arts Festival will feature multiple acts across three stages at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this Saturday and Sunday.
Music fans have the rare chance to catch John Mellencamp, Buddy Guy, John Hiatt and Ann Wilson perform for free in Indianapolis.
Chaka Khan collected the second-highest check from the Indiana State Fair, which paid a total of $883,750 for 18 performances at the Free Stage.
Cage the Elephant vocalist Matt Shultz and John Oates sign on for one-of-a-kind celebration of Tom Petty’s music.
A 151-year-old business that helps Indiana’s music students improve their craft is on the move to Fishers after spending the past 33 years headquartered in Indianapolis.
Husband-and-wife band leaders Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi will showcase “I Am the Moon” at TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park.
Janet Allen has served as artistic director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre at 140 W. Washington St. since 1996.
Eight new episodes of “Music in Transit” will promote the under-construction Purple Line as well as Indiana musicians.
Another national headliner and seven Indiana artists have joined the All IN Festival roster, while the Indiana State Fair has added Trace Adkins and other acts to the free-concert lineup.
During the past 20 years, several local festivals have come and gone. But WonderRoad planners say it has a reasonable shot at selling its first-year goal of 15,000 tickets.
The Indiana State Fair announced five concerts Wednesday, including appearances by country singer Carly Pearce and the Turtles.
Audience members at Hilbert Circle Theatre will hear Brahms’ Symphony No. 1, which debuted in 1876, fused with Radiohead’s “OK Computer” album from 1997.
The auction, which brought in a total of nearly $15 million, featured numerous Nirvana-related items that were sold, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Colts’ Kicking The Stigma mental health awareness campaign.
Hirschman is returning to her roots as a classically trained pianist as the development leader at the American Pianists Association.
New music festival will bring Portugal the Man, Lucinda Williams, The Four Tops and many more artists to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
Performers have yet to be announced for the All IN Music & Arts Festival, scheduled Sept. 3-4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.