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There is a special kind of magic that occurs when a crowd shows genuine interest in all the bands on the bill, and I was lucky to experience just that this past Saturday at The Truman in Kansas City, Missouri. I arrived a few minutes late to…
Crossroads Music Fest is an annual celebration of the breadth of talent found in Kansas City. A fundraiser for KKFI 90.1FM, CMF features dozens of artists ranging from hip hop, to country, to traditional Balinese Gamelan, and everything in between. Here are…
The 14th annual Crossroads Music Fest took over the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City this past weekend. Boasting a multitude of artists in a multitude of genres, the fundraiser for KKFI 90.1 put a serious spotlight on the diverse talent coming out of Kansas City.
Our newly married buddies in Pennyloafer PR threw the party of the summer in Austin, TX this past weekend. To celebrate the 4th anniversary of the small but mighty company, they brought out acts like Scott Collins, Darkbird, and headliners Quiet Company and The Well to takeover both stages at Barracuda…
Riot Room was ablaze with lights, colors, and sounds as Superorganism brought ⅞ of their supergroup to Kansas City. Lyricist and multi-instrumentalist, and recent addition to the Sub Pop roster, Yuno opened the show playing songs he originally recorded in his bedroom in Jacksonville, FL…
Hembree has been making waves. The Kansas City quintet has become a rising name in music with their songs used in Apple commercials, touring the US and (soon) Europe, and now headlining Crossroads Music Fest. We caught up with Hembree in KC’s Art Alley to get a taste of what they’ve got.
Illuminating Toronto on the second-half of his “Ascension” tour, Miguel drew one of the largest crowds Echo Beach has seen in quite some time. With charming looks and moves that channel his inner Michael Jackson, Miguel surely is the Swiss Army Knife of R&B…