When Michael Charles was a little boy, he wanted to be a cowboy in the American Wild West or, on occasion, even fancied himself a Matt Dillon-type authority figure, doling out a bit of Dodge City vigilante justice, "Gunsmoke"-style.
SIOUX CENTER, Iowa -- Great orchestral music has been written to immortalize brutal battles between nations as well as tender melodies between lovers.
Don't let the funny name fool you, but Golphstok 2021 will likely be the largest arts and music festival to be held in Pierson, Iowa, this summer.
John William Lowery, better known by his John 5 stage name, is most comfortable when he has a guitar in his hands.
John Glaza has been a part of the local music scene since the 1960s.
On a second floor bedroom wall at Johnnie Bolin's house, there is a section devoted to childhood photos, featuring himself, the longtime drummer from the Southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas, as well as his late older brother, the legendary Tommy Bolin.
Before he became a full-time musician, Dane Louis worked as a finish carpenter.
Growing up in Philadelphia, Kevin Bacon would ricochet between listening to radio stations specializing in rock and roll and ones devoted to funky Philly soul.
Let's just forget that 2020 existed, OK?
Critically acclaimed rock bands Sublime With Rome and Dirty Heads will bring their "High and Mighty Tour" to the Tyson Events Center, 401 Gordon Drive, on Oct. 3.
Recording "Bless Your Heart" -- their second album -- at the historic Muscle Shoals Sound Studio wasn't too intimidating to The Allman Betts Band vocalist and guitarist Duane Betts.
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? If you say, "Practice, practice, practice," yeah, that's acceptable.
Standing center stage at the Sioux City's Orpheum Theatre, Richard Steinbach was likely on the same spot that legendary performers such as John Barrymore, Fred Astaire and Katherine Hepburn once stood.
Their last official gig was more than a year ago. But Artificial Stars is ready to return.
The small, wood-paneled office at James Rainey's northside home is becoming increasingly known to a global audience.
When Adrian Kolbo was growing up, he and a small group of church friends would spend their holiday, singing Christmas carols at Sioux City retirement communities.
At 8 p.m. Saturday, "Sioux City All-Stars Unplugged" -- featuring Alex Erwin, Ben Grillet, Dane Louis, Amber Britton and Adam Girard -- will be performing sets of intimate originals and covers at The Marquee.
The 2020-21 season begins with a virtual performance Dec. 19. Three in-person events are scheduled for the spring.
The museum will be hosting "1968: A Folsom Redemption" -- a photographic collection of the legendary country performer around the time of his historic "Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison" and "Johnny Cash at San Quentin" live albums, through January.
Louis and his three-member band spent the summer playing outdoor concerts and street fairs, and he staged a series of acoustic shows. Friday brings a more traditional performance.
How does a music organization raise funds when it's unable to hold an Orpheum Theatre event?
The husband and wife duo, K.C. and Ali Mumy, have been playing music for eight years, but decided three years ago to play together.
It’s hard to enjoy live music right now, with many concerts being canceled or postponed until next year. Right now, it the perfect opportunity to look into other options.
The event will feature three dozen murals, Brent Stockton of Vangarde Arts told the Weekender.
Kane Brown, who took to the Tyson Events Center stage last year, will appear virtually on Saturday night.