This is the season for an Alice Cooper show. Like clockwork, when the summer dies and the creepy-crawlys come out, Cooper always shows up.
After walking into the original NUVO offices in fall, 1990, wearing a leather jacket, sporting a purple Mohawk and scaring the bejesus out of the editorial staff, Jeff Napier quickly proved indispensable to NUVO, Indy’s music scene and its readers
This weekend in front of a packed TCU Amphitheater, Rob Zombie proved that he’s a Rock God first and foremost.
It was at the T-Way department store in Elwood, Indiana where I first saw it. I had a copy of the Lenny & The Squigtones album in my hands, but the sight of Rush’s A Farewell To Kings quickly made my 12-year-old mind forget all about the Lenny and Squiggy record.
On September, 8, 2021 after a year+ delay, Indiana finally got an honest, kick-ass Guns n’ Roses show.
This Friday, August 13, the Crüe’s lead singer, Vince Neil will show up to play a free set at the Indiana State Fair.
I finally got back to Ruoff Mortgage Music Center after a long, dark time away from the joys of live music.
Machine Guns & Motorcycles’ glorious new record released
Last year, when Devil To Pay released their latest opus, Forever, Never or Whenever, I bought the album, which is still sealed, and a cassette, which never worked right.
Working and creating somewhere beneath a sprawling underground laboratory between the Queen City and the Circle City, a group of underground j…