Tag - Concert

Foolkiller Folk Previews the Irish Fest

This Sunday at 11:00 AM, Mark & Val bring you a taste of every 2019 KC Irish Fest performer from Trad to Celtic rock we could find commercially available recordings for :-).  Starting with some local favorites and seguing into the international headliners, you'll be hearing: Eddie Delahunt, Bob...

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Highlights from the KKFI 30th Anniversary at the Folly Theater

Here are some of the photography highlights from the 30th Anniversary Celebration at the Folly Theater last Saturday, June 30th, 2018.  The event featured performances from a number of area musicians and performers including:  Rosy's Bar & Grill  Bob and Diana Suckiel, Barry Lee  Sara Morgan  Eve Sheldon  Ernest James Zydeco with Barry "Washboard"...

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I Love KC Music – Inauguration Day Benefit Concerts

On Inauguration Day musicians played at two different benefit shows in Kansas City.  At Mills Record Company, a benefit show (Rock the Twat) was played for Rose Brooks Center.  Rock the Twat was a feminine product drive to help those at the Center.   The center provides refuge for...

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I Love KC Music – Blackbird Revue Farewell Show

The Blackbird Revue (Kansas City, for now) is moving soon and had their farewell show. It was a sweet and intimate show. They started out with a duet on stage and moved down onto the floor right around the crowd where Calvin Arsenia joined them with the hard for a few...

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Rockabilly, Surf and Garage: Rockin’ at the Holy Cow Market

Friend of Kansas City music Rich had a birthday get together at the Holy Cow Market last month featuring a lineup diverse lineup of early rock genres.  We caught the sets for SUNDOG, Pop Skull Rebels, and the Quivers.  Check them out below: SUNDOG Surf     Click for more SUNDOG Surf Pop Skull...

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Until We Meet Again: Farewell to the Record Bar

Saturday, January 2, 2016 marked the final show at the Record Bar as we currently know it.  On this night the honors of sending her off two local groups: Your Friend, Making Movies.  It was a sold out show with every inch of the bar filled to the gills...

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