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Keegan Rammel

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Culture Q&A: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

“There will be a lot of those songs [from the new album] and a mix from everything else,” says lead singer Stu Mackenzie. “We always wing it and see what will work on that particular night.”

George Clinton
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Culture Q&A: George Clinton and His ‘Mothership Connection’ to Indy

“We’ve been coming to Naptown ever since the ’60s,” says Clinton. “We go way back with Indianapolis.”

Diane Coffee
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Singer for the Band Diane Coffee Finds a Spark in Indiana

“Bloomington is a super-happy place, so I was in a super-happy mood while writing,” says Shaun Fleming. The result was a more upbeat record with vocal layering and lushness, a sound he describes as “Motown glam.”

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New Joyful Noise Recordings Compilation to Benefit Indiana LGBT-Rights Groups

“This is a very progressive city,” says Hofstetter. “We wanted to do something positive to change the bill. For bands to give something, not take it away.”

Reverend Peyton (center), Breezy Peyton (right), and Ben Bussel (left).
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Culture Q&A: Josh “The Reverend” Peyton

“I’ve been a champion of this state for a long time,” says Peyton. “I could live anywhere I want, and I choose to live here at home.”

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