Edward Sharpe Frontman Speaks To The A.V. Club

Did you catch Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros’ electrifying show at the High Noon Saloon on Saturday night?  You’ll probably want to check out this great interview from The A.V. Club‘s Jessica Jardine with the band’s frontman, Alex Ebert.

Just Announced Madison Concert: A.A. Bondy (2.1.10)

A.A. BONDY

Mon. Feb 1 @ High Noon Saloon

8pm show, ages:18+

$10 adv and dos


 

Tonight’s Concert (11.20.09): Free MP3s From Haley Bonar

“She wrote the most fetching, poetic and sophisticated songs of her career for Big Star, and her lamb-to-lion vocal talents rose to the occasion.” —Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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This Week’s Nightlife and Giveaways: Bluegrass Bonanza

Trampled By Turtles

Madison music fans sure do love their bluegrass!  This week our fine city will see the return of two of its favorite quick pickin’ roots groups.  Trampled By Turtles and Pert’ Near Sandstone have wowed us before, now they’re back to impress again.  Read on to find out how you could win tickets to one of these sure-to-put-a-smile-on-your-face-shows.

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Monday Concert Connection: Something For Everyone

Throw Me The Statue

Happy Monday!  This week we’re giving away tix to two very different, but equally exciting shows.  On Friday, indie rockers Throw Me The Statue and The Brunettes will hit the stage at the Annex, and The Coal Men will bring their alt-country inspired talents to The High Noon Saloon on Sunday.  Wanna win?  Read on…

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Monday Concert Connection: Suburban Home Records Tour

Two Cow Garage

Our hearts go out to all you downtown warriors who braved moving weekend over these last few scorching days.  To reward your hard, sweaty, pain-in-the-butt work, why not take in a show?  A nice, air-conditioned show…  We’ve got just the one!  Coming up this week, True Endeavors is proud to present the Suburban Home Records Tour featuring Two Cow Garage and Austin Lucas.  Read on to find out more and enter to win a pair of tix.

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Live Review: Daniel Johnston 8-12-09

Daniel Johnston

“They went and called the movie ‘The Devil and Daniel Johnston.’  Now how am I ever going to be free?!”

Such were the thoughts of an artists whose demons are almost more famous than he is.  It’s not too wild to bet that Daniel Johnston’s image will never truly be liberated from the conflicted, eccentric man portrayed in the aforementioned award-winning documentary about his life.  Surely, many of the audience members at his Wednesday night concert were drawn there in anticipation of the “grand spectacle” of Daniel Johnston rather than the sole attraction to his music.

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