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Axl Rose: “I’m a %[email protected]# Hoosier rocker, too!”

“He was angry and hurt that his home state had not embraced him,” says IU rock professor Glenn Gass.

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Lily & Madeleine Share Their iPhone Playlists

Haunting, ethereal harmonies may be the trademark of Lily & Madeleine, but their tastes run the gamut from classic rock to the latest indie bands.

Redenbacher (second from right) with the Last IV.
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Q&A with Rusty Redenbacher of the Last IV

The longtime rapper and vocalist chats with us ahead of his gig at the Fountain Square Music Festival on July 4.

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Quick Q&A with Conductor Brent Havens

“(Orchestras) would say, ‘Our audience won’t be interested in this.’ Our point was, ‘We aren’t looking for your audience. We’re looking for classic-rock fans.'”

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GROUPLOVE Brings Raucous Neo-Hippie Rock to Old National Centre

This was a fully engaged audience feeding off the contagious, nonstop energy of the free-spirited five-piece act.

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At Home: Laura Steele's Sound Studio

About that time Aerosmith played Deer Creek, and Steven Tyler walked up and licked her cheek …

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Photos: Imagine Dragons Rock Downtown

Two nights before playing a concert sponsored by marketing-tech company ExactTarget at Lucas Oil Stadium, the rockers popped up on The Lawn downtown.

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Spock 'n' Roll: Local Star Trek Band

The Trekkies from Five Year Mission are boldly going where no nerds have gone before: writing a song about each episode of the original, 1960s Star Trek series.

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Photos: Panic! at the Disco Plays Radio Radio

The intimacy of the venue and the performance shone through Panic!’s willingness to joke around on stage and fill awkward pauses with ’90s cover songs

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Review: The National Rocks Murat Theatre

The majority of these songs provide mellow-rock moodiness that begs for a beer or three. While that held true for this live show, it was also amped up a significant notch.

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The IM Interview: Soundgarden Guitarist Kim Thayil

Eventually, the time comes when you realize the music that defined their youth is now old—and that you, by extension, are now old, too.

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Q&A: What We Like about The Romantics

When you heard The Romantics were on the bill for tonight’s Rev Your Engines concert (Monument Circle, Saturday at 8 pm, free), perhaps you thought the same thing I did when I saw them in the lineup for a music fest I went to last year.

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Rock & Roll BBQ Takes Over Victory Field

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