The drummer for Garbage is best known as a producer of some legendary rock bands, such as Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins. Garbage performs Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
The Chicago band has performed more than a dozen times in several venues in Kansas City and Lawrence, but not yet at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland. Tickets for their Sept. 23, 2017, show go on sale Friday morning; a presale starts Wednesday at the band’s web site.
Kansas City singer-songwriter has been performing since 2012. For her first album, “Down in the Dirt,” she won the Rising Star Award from Blues Blast magazine. Her sister, Samantha Fish, is a recording artist for Ruf Records.
Grammy-winner Maren Morris performed in Las Vegas the night before shooting spree left 58 dead and hundreds wounded and injured. This is about ‘How do we prevent this from ever happening again,’ she says.
The opening of the Truman is causing some concern among promoters and venue owners about whether KC can support so many concert spots, yet everyone says 2017 has been a really good year for the music market.
Neil Nakahodo and Timothy FinnThe Kansas City Star
A quick look at some KC music venues
Fly over Arrowhead Stadium and see U2 concert stage
Ed Sheeran fans sing their favorite songs before his Sprint Center show
Highlights from the Big Slick auction stage: Singing, dancing, joking, celebrating