The newest album from Bloomington band Busman's Holiday was two years in the making
Longtime WFHB Music Director Jim Manion finds continuity between Hoagy Carmichael's musical impulses and the DIY spirit of today's punk shows.
Risking it all for rock and roll, drumming legend Kenny Aronoff quit the classical route to find that, suddenly, he had only "25 feet to save [his] career."
Is music-making valuable only when pursued toward virtuosity? The St. Charles Parent Band revels in its amateur status, yet nudges members toward improvement.
The Swedish/Icelandic folk duo, My Bubba, brings artistic intimacy to its audiences through minimalist folk music -- and bacteria samples.
Bloomington's Lotus Festival just blossomed for its 23rd year, but it's the first time for Alexa Bruetman, freshman at IU and avid concert-goer.
The all-woman trio Fémina brings rap folk fusion and social consciousness from rural Argentina to Bloomington for the Lotus Festival.
The first US tour of UK folk duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker includes a date at the Lotus Festival. In anticipation, they discuss music and ice cream.
A show by up-and-coming performance troupe Pig Pen Theater Company at the Buskirk-Chumley highlights the venue's role as an incubator for emerging talent.
Erin Tobey's first solo album in a decade "Middlemaze" is a rich and varied reflection on youth and maturity.