Staying in town this Memorial Day Weekend? Get out and see some great live music!
King showed a sold-out Overture Hall crowd Saturday that he still has plenty of fire left in him.
Some big fall shows were announced this week for Madison.
The Brooklyn band, which is influenced by old-time gospel, plays at the Frequency this Sunday.
Musicians of all skill levels have until Wednesday to sign up to participate in Make Music Madison, a citywide festival scheduled for June 21.
Bluesman B.B. King plays the Overture Center, and more highlights in music this week.
The Toronto-based noisemakers haven't explored their quieter side because they don't yet have one.
Chicago power-pop crew Fall Out Boy, fresh off a three-year hiatus, play a free show at the Majestic Theatre on Monday, May 13, as part of the Yahoo on the Road music festival.
The acclaimed New York rock band last played Madison in 2010.
Over the course of three albums, Toro y Moi mastermind Chaz Bundick has evolved from introspective bedroom musician to would-be R&B ingénue.
Also recently announced: Daughn Gibson, Maps & Atlases, Jon Pardi.
Chicago native Archie Powell expertly details the life of a modern twenty-something in his sharply written songs.
The Detroit rapper finds success after a stint in jail, experimentation with drugs and extreme poverty.
Also recently announced: Ed Schultz, Everest, ZZ Ward
Gary, Ind. native Freddie Gibbs brings a novelist's eye to his tales of inner-city struggle.
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