In a sea of great live music, here’s a list to ease some of that “show decision” anxiety.
Dream-pop with Asobi Seksu. The blues comes back to town with Charles Bradley. And, fresh-sounding old time music with the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
Murder By Death comes home, Paul Simon is super famous and IU Student Composers reach out to new ears.
Sleepy Sun balances power with delicacy. Balmorhea blends all genres into one accessible package. Taj Mahal is a blues legend - enough said.
Steve Earle will never get out of this world alive. Junior Brown plays the guit-steel. And, see the Unknown Mortal Orchestra before they hit it big.
David Vandervelde revels in old school rock, Vivian Girls prefers lo-fi surfer rock, and The Donkeys make infectious pop tunes.
Davila 666 gives punks a reason to shout in Spanish. Elder statesman Charles Bradley rocks with Budos Band. A spring tradition is back - WIUX's Culture Shock.
Rock legend Wanda Jackson and San Francisco-based Papercuts visit Bloomington venues, while area hip-hop artists perform a benefit for Rhino's All-Ages Club.
Local venues welcome international music sensations Keb' Mo' and The Wailers. Then, Indianapolis-based We Are Hex brings their hard core rock to The Bishop.
Boxcar Books presents musical performances, film screenings, and discussion forums as part of their "Thursdays at Boxcar" event series.