Things to Do in Fort Wayne and Beyond
Deborah Kennedy

Deborah Kennedy

Whatzup Features Writer


Cole Swindell

Country singer-songwriter Cole Swindell began his career as many Nashville hopefuls do – by writing songs for other people. Under contract with Sony, he penned hits for heavyweights like Luke […]

Fivesome Looks to Future

The title of The Guess Who’s new album, set to drop next month, says it all: The Future Is What It Used to Be Meaning, this fivesome out of Winnipeg […]

Full Moon Fever

Tom Petty’s death in October at the age of 66 meant not only the loss of a rock n’ roll legend, but also of one of the most creative and […]

Contemporary Christian Festival

It’s not every day that contemporary Christian music fans have a chance to see some of their favorite acts for free on the same day, in the same place. On […]

Bluegrass, Hip Hop Smash

If you’ve watched an episode of the Fox drama, Justified, then you’ve heard the unique mash-up of hip hop and bluegrass that is Gangstagrass. The Brooklyn-based, genre-bending band will be […]

KelsiCote and the Amig@s

Vocalist Kelsi Lee and guitarist Jose Manuel “Cote” Godoy began their musical journey together as a duo, traveling through Argentina, writing music and interviewing local folk musicians. The trip proved […]

Summer Community Celebration

McMillen Park will be the scene of unparalleled funk and fun when two legendary R&B acts, the Ohio Players and the Gap Band Experience (featuring members of the Gap Band), […]

Noone Does It Better

Of all the UK-based bands that invaded the U.S. in the mid-1960s – think the Kinks, the Animals, and, of course, the Beatles – Herman’s Hermits are among the most-beloved, […]

Governor Davis

Governor Davis grew up steeped in the blues. His father played piano in clubs on Chicago’s North Side and his aunt was a church organist who taught him how to […]

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