To find out what Motley Crue is like, you could go to “The Dirt,” the book written by members of the group. Or you could wait for the “final tour” film slated for release in 2015.
The new concert series starts at Central Park on Thursday.
A celebration of Madison's rock scene, a Korean-American indie-pop group and a husband-wife folk-pop due are this week's best bets.
Top show announcements this week include a Bon Iver musician's solo act, a humorist and a punk-rock group.
The Heartbreakers are among the best rock bands still working, and this disc is the type of showcase it hasn't had for decades.
Jazz at Five kicks off Aug. 6 with the Tim Whalen Nonet.
Cracker is playing a free show in Madison Friday night as part of the "Live on King St." series.
A pair of roots-rock brothers, an influential prog-rock band and a dream-pop group are this week's best bets.
A variety of emerging Wisconsin artists will play shows in Madison on Thursday, including Field Report, Foreign Fields, Daniel and the Lion and Boom Forest.
"Mission Statement" is a send-up of corporate-speak.
The free, open air concert at Garner Park will feature opera and Broadway favorites.
The video for Yankovic's "Mission Statement," a satire of corporate buzzwords, was made with the help of Fitchburg's TruScribe.
Top show announcements this week include a South African alt-rock band, the stars of an Adult Swim show and a chamber-rock artist.
The indie chanteuse discussed writing as therapy and her new album in advance of her show at the UW-Madison Memorial Union Terrace.
Reviews from other cities offer a preview of the singer-songwriter's tour stop in Madison, which brings him to Overture Hall.