"The Lawn Boys put on an excellent show at the Wonder Bar. They have a solid groove and perform excellent covers of Phish songs. Darren plays a lot like Trey and he also sings well. The keyboards were"... (read full reviews)
"Music was outstanding, with the exception of Don McLean--I'll explain later.
Such varied sounds from the performers! Energy and talent, classic folk sound to new sounds with Howie Day. LOVED the"... (read full reviews)
"I really like the Mercury Rising concept. Only local artists.
The Hart Strings were okay - as they mature I expect good things.
Southern Sirens were fun.
Jericho Woods was amazing.
This was my first"... (read full reviews)
"As "Tribute Acts" go this one is very good. The group consists of 4 male vocalists, Chris Barletta, Rich Bresenhan, Josh Eleazer and Dustin Fisher and 2 female vocalist, Sammie Fousek and Heather"... (read full reviews)
"So Percussion's 2/9/2014 performance was a real treat in a town that rarely showcases challenging music. The International Composers Festival, the Mizzou New Music Ensemble are great as well, but we"... (read full reviews)
"What a fun evening! The Voo Doo Lounge at Harrah's is one of my favorite KC locations. The two bands were excellent. They played and sang their brains out, we danced and sang along. Both bands had a"... (read full reviews)
"Celine dion opened the show, unfortunatly for my wife, she only performed one song...
Arcade fire were not the tightest band ive ever seen but they had thier moments and got the crowd riled up pretty"... (read full reviews)
"Show was great and the ushers were wonderful, especially considering that my tickets were for the saterday show and we were there on friday. Not sure where the mix-up came from and I will accept the"... (read full reviews)
"Awesome venue that is extremely intimate. I guess 200 capacity at best. Sound was really solid.
Exitmusic has a ton of potential and put on a really solid show. Looking forward to seeing them again"... (read full reviews)
"Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains, and Tool was the order of the cover bands. I would have reversed it personally and had Tool go on first. They sounded great, and louder than the"... (read full reviews)
"Mr Poitier related is life before celebrity and political activism without "preaching". How refreshing and how relevant when most of us are anonymous and willingly apathetic at the wrong time. There"... (read full reviews)