Two Bloomington-based authors and punk enthusiasts are writing a book chronicling the history, trends, and figures of Russian punk rock music.
What happens when an orchestra drops out? A Bela Fleck concert at the IU Auditorium creates controversy around Bloomington
The roots-music pioneer, passing through Bloomington, opens up about the creative process and what pushes him to continue writing and performing.
She brings songs from the Great American Songbook and Weimar cabaret, alongside her originals, to Greencastle Thursday night.
The local music scene is not limited to commercial venues. The house show scene is alive and well in basements across Bloomington. But good luck finding a show!
“Tales from Jackson Bridge” marks the fourth release in as many years for the eclectic quartet of Jacobs School alumni, Harpeth Rising.
Ghost brothers, ghost girl friends and even a ghost mother and father populate this dark tale.
Christine Salem, controversial singer of banned slave songs, invited local chanteuse Janiece Jaffe to join her Lotus set for a musical meeting of spirits.
Lily & Madeleine are a sister duo from Indianapolis. Go backstage with them before their appearance at the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.
Olov Johansson of the Swedish band "Väsen" speaks about the trio's special connection to Bloomington, where they'll be performing this weekend at Lotus.
Leyla McCalla of the Carolina Chocolate Drops discusses her debut solo album that features songs she wrote to poems by Langston Hughes.
A new book by a retired Purdue University professor tells how she conquered a lifetime of self-imposed silence through singing.
The Internet--and especially social media--have overhauled the way musicians make and market their music, not the mention the way we discover and consume it.
Colin Hay comes to Indianapolis, bringing songs and stories from the Men at Work years through his solo career.