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Song of the Day: 'Going Down to the River' by Doug Seegers
Like an improbable if not impossible cross between Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt, "Going Down to the River" by Doug Seegers is absolutely classic country for a spirit-starved new age.
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Concert photos: James McMurtry (with Max Gomez) at Off Broadway, Friday, May 1
James McMurtry took the stage at Off Broadway on Friday night and played for a sold out crowd.
Concert photos: Andrew W.K. (with Thor Axe) at the Firebird, Friday, May 1
Anyone not at the Firebird on Friday Night was at the wrong party.
Concert photos: Local H (with Fumer and Battleme) at the Firebird, Thursday, April 30
On Thursday night Local H played the first night of their tour to a packed house at the Firebird.
Festival photos: Middle of the Map Fest with Murder By Death, Phox, Genevieve and more in Kansas City, April 22-25
Ink's fifth annual Middle of the Map Fest returned to Westport and Midtown in Kansas City, Missouri from April 22-25.
Anna Cole and the Other Lovers
Kangaroo Knife Fight
Lauren Anderson Band
Murder By Death
Spirit is the Spirit
Twenty Thousand Strongmen
Whiskey for the Lady
William Elliott Whitmore
Middle of the Map Fest
The Record Machine
Iron and Wine
Song of the Day: 'The Tide' by Pale Waves
With hooks made for mainstream rock fans and a wash of chiming guitars and synths made for indie dance fans, "The Tide" by Pale Waves makes a pure pop splash.
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Song of the Day: 'Naked as We Came' Remix (Iron and Wine) by Broke for Free
Song of the Day: 'All We Need' (Autograf Remix) by ODESZA feat. Shy Girls
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