Top show announcements this week include a rugged comedian, a jam band and a poet who raps.
Madison's Steely Dane has drawn big crowds playing the music of Steely Dan.
A Los Angeles heavy rock trio, a night celebrating all things metal and a goofy singer-songwriter are this week's best bets.
Top show announcements this week include a rootsy Americana group, a pop-rock band and a politically-focused comedian.
For those looking at the success of these two Baraboo bands from the outside, the story seems like a fairy tale.
A nerdcore rapper, a country music duo and a bonafide comedy legend are coming to Madison this fall.
A North Carolina folk-rock band, a reggae superstar and an alt-rocker of biblical proportions take the stage this week.
Dane Dances launched in 2000 with the mission of bringing people of all demographics together through music and dance. Fifteen years later, the event draws thousands of people to the Monona Terrace rooftop.
Free Wednesday shows offer a wide range of genres.
Blanchard is the general manager of the Orpheum Theater, which will have its first full lineup of concerts under Gus Paras' ownership this fall.
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.