Things got weird at the Peabody Opera House on Wednesday, as Primus followed an opening set of their classic material with a psychedelic take on the songs from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts kicked off its Reset week of events with a presentation by artist David Scanavino, creator of "Candy Crush," an installation exhibit covering the floor and wall of the gallery.
An intense gathering of headbangers spanning multiple generations, Sunday night's show at Pop's featured four of the sweatiest, loudest and hairiest live acts working today.
Texas songwriter Robert Earl Keen started his show with a middle finger aimed at Johnny Cash, addressing the iconic photo that hangs above the Off Broadway bar with, "What did I ever do to you, Johnny?"
By the time hardcore quintet Every Time I Die took the stage, the sold-out Firebird crowd had already been pummeled by openers Thrills and Kills and had witnessed the Chariot's equally furious set, which featured guitarist Stephen Harrison playing upside-down while hanging from the venue's ceiling.
One year after their inaugural duo performance, Ryan Spearman and Pokey LaFarge reunited at the Sheldon Concert Hall to celebrate the unification of KDHX and the Folk School in a concert featuring classic folk tunes and old-timey takes on modern songs.
Chaotic riffs and thunderous drumming reigned supreme as the Rockstar Mayhem Festival descended upon Verizon Wireless Amphitheater.
The tenth annual Forecastle Festival took place July 13-15 at Waterfront Park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.