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Todd Rundgren with George Hertzel

April 9 • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Todd Rundgren. Just seeing the name stirs the ganglia of any self-respecting music fan, and for good reason. His accomplishments over the past 40-plus years are almost beyond comprehension.  

Cocked and Loaded

Shiny Toy Guns mix the spirit of the '80s with Modern Rock and dancefloor sounds

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
"They knew the lyrics to every song," Jeremy Dawson says. "It was freaking me out. They knew more of the lyrics than I did." Parents are rocking out to Shiny Toy Guns, and their '80s-like sound is bringing in the kids. "Maybe. Kids like what kids like, and normally they don't like what Mom and Dad like."  

Ingrid Michaelson with Newton Faulkner and more

Friday • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Singer/songwriter and New York native Ingrid Michaelson is yet another success story tied to the phenomenal rise of MySpace and proof of the new adage that television is the new radio.  

Oh My God with Noctaluca, Buckra, Others

Thursday • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Oh My God's triumphant appearance at the MidPoint Music Festival six weeks ago was more than merely a great gig by a renowned Chicago band with a fervent Queen City following. It was a celebration of survival, a transcendent Rock show that tapped into the joie de vive of life itself.  

Old Crow Medicine Show

Friday • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 22, 2008
A decade ago, a bunch of geographically distant friends met in the upstate New York Dead haven of Watkins Glen and put together a band that tossed caffeinated versions of Folk, Gospel, Bluegrass and Country into the collection plate and halleleujahed their way into the rootsy revival as Old Crow Medicine Show.  

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