Quick Q&A With Richard Edwards
“I like where we’re at now, so I don’t see a point in revisiting Margot.”
What started as three college friends playing gigs at Boston-area universities has matured into a 25-year career that has spanned seven studio albums and a multitude of live releases. Ahead of the band’s June 28 show in Indianapolis, percussionist Brian Rosenworcel of Guster chatted with IM about the band’s longevity, fan interactions, and Hall & […]
If you’ve ever been curious about the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Fifth Third Bank Lunch Break Series, here’s all you need to know. = Really, bring lunch. The music drowns out the sound of 1,600 people chewing. Think about your wrapper choices, though. A bag of chips makes a lot of noise. Bring a drink, too—one with […]
While the Boston Pops Orchestra is known for symphonic renditions of popular contemporary hits, in the spring of its 132nd season, the group pays tribute to a historic American composer with By George! The Boston Pops Plays Gershwin, led by conductor Keith Lockhart. The show arrives at the Palladium in Carmel on April 2 as […]
According to the marquee, “Miley Cyrus Unplugged” was slated to happen at The Vogue … on April 1, 2008. Not realizing it was a prank, Cyrus fans from across the Midwest made a beeline for Indy and began queuing up for tickets. They were not amused when they learned it was merely an April Fool’s joke.