The "Home Alone" star will appear with his Velvet Underground parody band.
Starting the day after Thanksgiving, the season is stuffed with homegrown talent and shows for every taste — from plays to concerts to offbeat entertainment offerings you’ll remember well into 2015.
The Kissers' new album is a departure for the longtime Irish rock band, whose leader Ken Fitzsimmons said it "feels really good and really important to do it."
A local tribute supergroup, a catchy rock band, and an alt-country hero are all on tap this week.
Top show announcements this week include an alt-country group, a folk-pop sister act and a comedian and podcast host.
Beethoven opera cast includes two Wisconsin natives.
Tony Award winner Karen Olivo makes Madison her home -- and her creative stage.
A new record is partially inspired by exploring ways music brings people together.
The young adults who make up the Wisconsin Singers traveling show group all have full-time commitments as UW-Madison students.
Singer-songwriter Shara Worden - better known for her moniker My Brightest Diamond - understands that making records these days is a tough sell. Albums don't sell like they used to.
Top show announcements this week include a hip-hop artist, a jam-pop trio and a folksy singer-songwriter.
A musical comedy duo, a two-night all-star bluegrass extravaganza, and a ukulele virtuoso are all on tap this week.
What if Mozart had been born in southern India?
Abloh, who used to DJ in Madison at the old Cafe Montmartre, was profiled last week in the New York Times.
Tommy Lee says this will really be the glam-metal band's final tour -- and they've got the legal documentation to prove it.