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Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson, Jon Anderson, Slash, JJ Grey & Mofro, Promenade Park, Harvester Homecoming, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Singing Contractors, Florist, The Glenn Miller Orchestra

August 1, 2019

Vol. 24 No. 1

Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson, Jon Anderson, Slash, JJ Grey & Mofro, Promenade Park, Harvester Homecoming, Fort Wayne Civic Theatre’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Singing Contractors, Florist, The Glenn Miller Orchestra

August 1, 2019

Vol. 24 No. 1

Articles


Black Midi

What should rock music sound like in 2019? Its status as a cultural vanguard in music has taken a backseat to other popular genres, but if mainstream rock is going […]

Everything old is new again for Yes co-founder

One night, a man named Michael Franklin called up Jon Anderson, the British vocalist and co-founder of the progressive rock group Yes, and asked him a question. “Where are the […]

Rock guitarist grows up–at least a little

For Slash, the party will never stop, but it has slowed down considerably in recent years. One of music’s most notable guitarists, Slash was also known for a long time […]

JJ Grey’s hybrid style melds soul, emotion

The South is more, much more, than country music. Among those in the south who have found a winning hybrid of musical styles is JJ Grey, a Florida native whose […]

Riverfront takes the front seat downtown

The promise of Promenade Park began years ago. More and more growth in downtown Fort Wayne brought a renewed interest in appreciating the three rivers which provides the city with […]

Artistic heart of Beach Boys reinvigorated with new band

Calling Brian Wilson “one of rock music’s greatest composers if not its greatest composer” is one of the safest sweeping assertions that you can make. Anyone arguing with it is […]

Celebrating International Harvester’s rich history

Ryan DuVall’s fascination with International Scouts started back in 1987, when he was still in high school. The Terre Haute native didn’t initially want the truck, but his father didn’t […]

‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘ Review: Tarantino’s nostalgia wanders a bit too much

Quentin Tarantino takes us on a ride through 1969 Los Angeles in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a nostalgic would-be fairy tale with plenty of style but not nearly […]

Favreau’s ‘live-action’ remake still No.1

Despite my daydreams that Quentin Tarantino’s tenth feature film would open at the No. 1 spot at the box, a remake, of course, took the No. 1 spot at last […]

Civic musical accelerates the comedy in delightful show

When Broadway stars leave their iconic roles, replacing them may seem daunting, even if few of us ever saw Julie Andrews as Eliza Doolittle, Mary Martin as Maria Von Trapp, […]
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