On Sunday, April 7th, The Coathangers made an energetic, impressive performance at recordBar in Kansas City, MO. It was the bookend to a gorgeous spring weekend, keeping the crowd on their feet and dancing late into the evening.
Keep up with The Coathangers here.
On Wednesday, March 27th, Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland opened its doors and welcomed a hefty crowd for the St. Paul & The Broken Bones show. Opener Michael Nau played some acoustic beauts, and we melted into the evening with the incredible Alabama-based collective that truly ignites our souls.
Keep up with St. Paul & The Broken Bones here.
On March 16th, we welcomed St. Patrick’s Day with an energetic performance by The Mowgli’s at The Truman in Kansas City, MO. Every bit of what we’ve come to love about this band was displayed on stage, from the intensity of their live performance, to the vulnerability in the words that they sing, and even to a few choice moments of love specifically for the Kansas City audience. We caught a few choice photos between jumps and spins, and you can check them out below!
Keep up with The Mowgli’s here.
On Saturday, March 16th, Jukebox the Ghost played at The Truman in Kansas City, MO. The lineup included Arrested Youth and The Mowgli’s.
Keep up with Jukebox the Ghost here.
On March 12th, Flogging Molly made another incredibly memorable performance on stage at Harrah’s VooDoo Lounge in Kansas City, MO. The room was decked out in pageboy hats, green threads, and so much beer as we rang in the beginning of St. Patrick’s Week with our favorite Irish drinking music.
Keep up with Flogging Molly here.
On Friday, March 8th, Andrew McMahon brought his Upside Down Flowers tour to The Truman in Kansas City, MO. Thrilled to see one of Kansas City’s favorites, we were delighted at the stage decor and gorgeous lighting setup. Per usual, McMahon’s energy was unmatched and really led us into the weekend on a high note.
Keep up with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness here.