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Not-to-miss live music in May

The Ghost Wolves The Bottleneck, May 1 The Ghost Wolves- the name says it all. Or does it? The band name came after the husband-wife duo saw the spirit form of a male wolf-hybrid who lived and died on Carley’s family’s ranch. Carley Wolf (guitar and vocals) and Johnny Wolf (drums and vocals) bring us a Read More …

Granger Smith The Granada, March 2 Suggested Songs: “Miles And Mud Tires,” “Happens Like That,” “If The Boot Fits” Granger Smith, better known as the alter ego “Earl Dribbles, Jr.” is a North-Texas country artist. Granger confesses that he first started playing guitar for two reasons: 1) to get girls’ attention 2) because George Strait Read More …

February 8, 2018

Psymbionic The Bottleneck, February 8 Suggested Songs: “Retroactive,” “Low Tide,” “One Thing” Whatever “dancefloor heat” is, we want to be a part of it. John Burcham is “Psymbionic.” This psychedelic, down-tempo electronic music is a unique experience. It’s a journey, unbeknownst to the concert-goer. Each and every live show is different, almost improvisational. Burcham’s goal Read More …

Tyler Gregory Replay Lounge, January 12 Suggested Songs: “Bottomless Well,” “Hand Of Sin,” “Kansas Girl” Someone said that when they listen to Tyler, they feel as though they’re sitting around a campfire drinking scotch. I don’t know ‘bout you, but I’m in. The warmth of his genuine lyrics and blues-roots genre complements scotch or whiskey Read More …

December 26, 2017

Not sure where to go to ring in the New Year in Lawrence? Fret not, we’ve compiled a list of places to go and things to do. Cheers! DINNER (reservations recommended) Enjoy a five-course paired dinner at Lawrence Beer Co.’s first NYE celebration. View the menu here. Celebrate the New Year under the Read More …

December 4, 2017

Sleep Signals The Bottleneck, December 6 Suggested Songs: “I’ll Save You,” “Drive” Sleep Signals is a post-hardcore rock band that packs a punch. Since they were founded in 2014, they’ve played over 176 shows in 26 states along with big names like “Seether,” “Saving Abel,” and “3 Pill Morning.” Their sound is high-energy and their Read More …

November 2, 2017

Turnover The Bottleneck, November 5 Suggested Songs: “Peripheral Vision,” “Sunshine Type,” “Dizzy On The Comedown” Turnover’s newest album, “Good Nature,” is propelling their tour throughout the U.S. -the shows are even sold out in Orlando, L.A., and San Francisco! Their sound follows the American Rock genre even though each of their three album releases have Read More …

Goldlink The Granada, October 4 Suggested Songs:“Crew,” “Meditation,” “Palm Trees” Goldlink is famous for creating a fusion of hip-hop and African diaspora with his music. “At What Cost” is Goldlink’s most recent album that shows off his fresh take on rhythm and rhyme. KU’s Student Union Activities and KJHK are presenting Goldlink to students at Read More …

Indigenous The Bottleneck, September 2 Suggested Songs: “Red House”, “Hear My Train A Comin” Mato Nanji is widely recognized in the blues-rock world for his Hendrix-like style. He has recorded alongside Doyle Bramhall, Stevie Ray Vaughan’s co-songwriter, and won the 15th Annual Native American Music Award honoring his culture and musicianship. Nanji is from the Read More …

The Still Tide Replay Lounge, August 2 The Still Tide is an adorable duo made up of Anna Morsett and Jacob Miller who were originally New Yorker’s but have relocated in the Mile-High City. Morsett’s hushed, alto voice sounds comfortingly familiar to Sara Bareilles, but a little less pop-y and a little more haunting. TST’s Read More …

Not-to-miss live music in May The Ghost Wolves The Bottleneck, May 1 The Ghost Wolves- the name says it all. Or does it? The band name came after the husband-wife duo saw the spirit form of a