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Joyful Noise Recordings

Richard Edwards
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Richard Edwards Returns With First Post-Margot Record

“The band, for all intents and purposes, from the beginning, was me and a gang of buddies here and there that would change and morph,” Edwards says. “My 20s had ended, and that band kinda felt like my 20s.”

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.”

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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.”

Reverend Peyton
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Radio Show to Preview WARMfest Bands

Deciding which musical acts to check out at this weekend’s WARMfest—close to 60 performances in four days at Broad Ripple Park—is a daunting prospect. But an hour-long preview show airing tonight on 90.1 WFYI can help.

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Master First Friday

The Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association’s monthly art tour has changed a lot in seven years, now boasting nearly 40 participating studios and galleries—plus a huge range of unofficial events.