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ZZ Top’s more recent album La Futura was a long time coming. Read more

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The first time Yes drummer Alan White had to play songs from the 1973 album Close To The Edge, it was under less than ideal circumstances. He was replacing Bill Read more

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When Nanobots arrived on March 5, it became the 16th album the duo of John Flansburgh and John Linnell has released as They Might Be Giants over their Read more

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Edwin Congreave says that Foals recent third album, Holy Fire, was easily the least stressful and smoothest album the group has made. “This album, we made it in London,” the keyboardist says. “We were living kind of at home Read more

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It would seem only natural that Carrie Rodriguez would have made the move into songwriting and being a solo artist in her own right after playing fiddle as a sideman for other artists. After all, as the daughter of acclaimed Read more

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The ’90s college favorites perform at Alpine Valley Music Theatre on Aug. 23. Read more

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1970s disco kings KC and the Sunshine Band get down and shake their booty at Festa Italiana on July 20. Read more

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Big Head Todd & the Monsters’ new sounds give them a fresh stage presence for their upcoming performance at Summerfest. Read more

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Country music returns to the Amphitheater with headliner Jason Aldean. For a different spin on Americana, check out Brandi Carlile at BMO Harris Pavilion. Milwaukee is well represented by metallic trio Ahab’s Ghost at the Rebel Stage. Read more

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A rejuvenated Walk The Moon plays Summerfest’s Uline Warehouse Stage on June 26. Read more

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The platinum-selling a cappella group Pentatonix brings their elaborate show to the Fiserv Forum on June 18. Read more

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Rock band Pop Evil explores musical and lyrical style in their new self-titled album. Read more

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Blues/rock/funk singer-guitarist Ana Popovic has released a new studio album, produced and co-written by Keb’ Mo’, and will be at Shank Hall on June 11 with her six-piece touring band. Read more

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Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys discusses the group’s gospel-inspired new album. Read more

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After shaking up their sound by adding piano, the iconic rockabilly act makes their Milwaukee debut as a quartet for the first time. Read more

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After leaning on his stage persona, guitar great Joe Satriani sought to express a truer version of himself on his latest album. Read more

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Starset’s Dustin Bates was on track for a successful career in robotics before music intervened. Read more

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Ahead of their Big Snow Show performance at the Rave, Cold War Kids frontman Nathan Willett discusses balancing the band’s distinctive sound with their growing pop ambitions. Read more

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Aesop Rock is well aware there aren’t many rappers over 40-years-old mining new territory. He hopes to buck that trend. Now, with the recent release of his new album, The Impossible Kid, he appears poised to further expand his audience. Read more

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A.C. Newman explains that The New Pornographers weren’t trying to chase trends with their keyboard-heavy latest album. Read more

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A planned reunion of Megadeth’s classic lineup didn’t work out quite the way that Dave Muscatine hoped. Read more

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The soulful Boston rock band Lake Street Dive relished taking risks on their latest album, Side Pony. Read more

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The eclectic alternative duo Twenty One Pilots did their best to tune out outside input going into their sophomore album. Read more

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Following a controversial 2015, this year’s Warped Tour will feature veteran acts like New Found Glory, Yellowcard, Less Than Jake, Sum 41 and Reel Big Fish. Read more

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Bob Weir had been considering his latest Dead spinoff band even before the group’s “Fare Thee Well” shows. Read more

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