The Austin rock band played its first Madison show in a decade at the Orpheum Theatre on Thursday night.
The Head & The Heart play a free Live on King Street show at Martin Luther King Blvd. on Friday.
A catchy Austin rock band, an eccentric comedian, and a confessional singer-songwriter are on our radar this week.
Top show announcements this week include another addition to the Madison Comedy Festival, a big-time jam band, and the Freakfest lineup.
The annual Halloween event will take place one day after the holiday this year, but organizers still expect State Street to be flooded with costumed, music-loving revelers enjoying music on three stages.
The Madison World Music Festival takes place on Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Union and the Willy Street Fair.
The 11th annual Madison World Music Festival takes over the Terrace -- and even the walls of Union Theater.
A group of gritty, high-energy rockers, an alt-country singer-songwriter and a pop cover duo are this week's best bets.
A deep-voiced folkie, a rock legend and a pop juggernaut all have new albums this week.
Top show announcements this week include a punk-country blues guitarist, an Emmy-winning comedian and a pop singer-songwriter.
The Sept. 19 show featuring The Head & The Heart is expected to draw the biggest crowd of the series.
This year's Joey's Song benefit show will feature the Know-It-All Boyfriends, including Butch Vig and Duke Erikson of Garbage.
The return of UW students means the Madison concert schedule is kicking it up a notch this fall.
A Minnesota bluegrass band, a Wisconsin-born singer-songwriter and a folksy duo from North Carolina are this week's best bets.
Top show announcements this week include a pop singer-keyboardist, a singer-songwriter and a pop trio.