Throwback Thursday: The Black Lips

Black Lips

The walls of the High Noon Saloon will soon shake with the fury of everyone’s favorite “bad kids,” The Black Lips, but if you’re having as hard of a time waiting for their September 18 show to roll around as we are, we invite you to take a trip back in time and re-live some of the explosive, incredible moments from the last time they tore it up here in town back in 2010.

 

Now Streaming: The Felice Brothers’ “Lion”

Felice Brothers

Favorite Waitress, the latest album from New York folk rockers The Felice Brothers is set for release later this month, but you can sneak an early peek with a stream of “Lion,” courtesy of Paste Magazine.   Have a listen, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Click here to grab your tickets to the band’s June 27 Madison show at the High Noon Saloon.  

Just Announced Madison Concert + Win Tickets Before You Can Buy: The Black Lips, 9.18.14

Thursday, September 18, 2014

THE BLACK LIPS

Black Lips

with special guests King Khan & BBQ Show

High Noon Saloon – 8pm

$18 adv, $20 dos – 18+

Tickets on sale through our Music Calendar Friday, May 30 at 10am.

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Royal Blood Take On Kimmel

Royal Blood

Excited about the upcoming Pixies show at The Orpheum on October 12?  Of course you are!  Now it’s time to get even more excited.  The British duo of Royal Blood has been confirmed to open the show, and if their recent Jimmy Kimmel performance is any indication, they’re going to blog the roof off.  Check it out below, and grab tickets to the show here.

 

Live Concert Photos: Revelry Music & Arts Festival

Dillon Francis-3

Photographer Ryan Koch was a busy guy at the this year’s Revelry Music & Arts Festival, snapping away to preserve concert memories of performances by G-Eazy, Promised Land Sound, Sky Ferreira, Waka Flocka Flame, Wisco Disco, Angel Olsen, Bronze Radio Return, Communist Daughter, and Dillon Francis (pictured).  There are more than a few shots of all you “revelers” in attendance too, so you might just be able to spot yourself in the crowd!

Thanks to everyone who made this a fantastic event.  Who were your favorite artists?  Who would you like to see perform next year?  Let us know in the comments section below.

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