The Lawrence Public Library is helping to archive local bands past and present in a new initiative called the Lawrence Music Project.
We here at Lawrence.com headquarters have been fans of Lawrence's resident DIY, one-woman electronic band Kawehi for some time now, and we're not alone. With ...
It was back in the ’70s that legendary blues musician Booker T. Jones discovered the importance of storytelling. The hall-of-fame musician will be sharing some of his stories Thursday night at Liberty Hall.
Tony-winning actress Patti LuPone will replace a performance of "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" on the Lied Center's 2015-16 season schedule, it was announced Tuesday.
Arc Flash isn’t your run-of-the-mill garage rock act from Lawrence. They write complex numbers, refer to themselves as “time wave space punk,” and evoke a wide range of emotions from their audience. The band will be among the handful of performers at this year's Spring Into Summer music festival Saturday at the Replay Lounge.
In honor of Mother's Day, we're celebrating three local mothers with musical talents — and the kids who have followed in their footsteps.
The Kansas University Jazz Studies Program and students were given top honors in the 38th Annual DownBeat Student Music Awards, the university has announced.
In the Lawrence music scene, sometimes you may think you’re seeing double, triple or even quadruple.
The Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire St., will celebrate musicians who died before their time with "Too Much, Too Early: Composers who left us in their 30s" at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Theatre Lawrence, 4660 Bauer Farm Drive, will host "A Spring Fling with Strings" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. As part of the Dave and Gunda Hiebert Concert Series, the evening will feature the talents of the "Kansas Virtuosi," a group of musicians from the Kansas University School of Music faculty.
The Kansas University Symphonic Band will wrap up the 2014-2015 KU School of Music Lied Center Series with a performance at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Lied Center, 1600 Stewart Drive.
On April 14, Rhiannon Giddens sang for President Barack Obama. She shook hands with Obama. She managed to respond coherently when Obama told her he’d listened to her record.
Girls Rock! Lawrence has opened registration for its inaugural summer camp, which will take place June 1-5 at St. John's School, 1208 Kentucky St.
Playing Middle of the Map Fest is something Spencer Mackenzie Brown never thought he’d do. But the Lawrence indie folk rocker will be hitting the Riot Room stage on April 25 as part of the massive music festival, and it’s all because he just had one heck of a year.
Don’t be surprised if you see George Lewis Jr., the man behind Twin Shadow, zip by you on a motorcycle soon.
Best-selling authors, famous comedians, acclaimed filmmakers and a funk legend are among the headliners for this June's Free State Festival, the Lawrence Arts Center announced Wednesday.