What could make Halloween more fun? A concert with a costume contest at the recordBar with a great line up in costumes. Kat King started of the night with a meow. Purrrfectly Kat dressed as a cat and the band as string, cat nip, and a mouse. I saw Kat some time ago with out a band (and she was great), but seeing her with a band took her music to the next level. Make sure to check out her single "Song from Spain" that came out last February (2019). They set the energy for t
It's that time of year where everyone loves making lists and here at I Love KC Music, we love doing that too. On the previous to posts you can see Kimmy's favorite music from out of town bands and ILKCM photographer Miquela shared her favorite music. This year so much good has happened, great music was released and people and organizations have done much good. Here is Kimmy's best of list along with the results of this years People's Choice awards. People's Choice: Radio S
It was cold and rainy outside, but inside the recordBar there was warmth and joy. The stage glowed a rosey purple with light shining ready for the music to begin. The bar was vibrating with excitement and a love for the bands that was palpable. Last night was a night of celebration as Bob and Una Walkenhorst released their album For Tomorrow and Of Tree released How Does It Feel. Storm Circus stirred up the crowds emotions with music from his heart. At one point Corey asked t
On Friday March 2nd, 2018 if you head over to the recordBar you'll yourself at the Heartbroken: A Tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers concert. The Cody Wyoming Deal along with several of KC's finest performers are celebrating the music of Tom Petty. The Deal is a semi revolving Lineup of some of the best musicians Kansas City has to offer. In the past, The Deal has served as a backing band for Alejandro Escovedo, and thrown an all star tribute to The Rolling Stones "Ex
David Bowie made music that matters. His music was life changing and did many things to change the face of rock n roll. His music holds a special place in many people's heart. Because of their love of David Bowie some of Kansas City’s greatest musicians got together three years ago to form The Band That Fell to the Earth: A tribute to David Bowie. Three weeks before the first inaugural concert, David Bowie passed away. The demand was so great that the show was moved to this U
Not A Planet kept up the yearly tradition on December 30 with their New Years Eve Eve concert. It’s such a rocking way to wrap up the year. It was absolutely freezing outside, but Kansas City music doesn’t stop for cold weather. The recordBar was full of people having a blast, many dedicated Not A Planet fans. To make this year unique they played all of their songs from their album The Few. The Proud. The Strange and their EP Smoke Bombs and Cigarettes: The History of Now.
On October 21, 2017 Roman Numerals got together to play their first show since they played at the old recordBar. There was much anticipation in the crowd for them to play it and they met it with good energy and a performence that felt like no time had lapsed. Roman Numerals balanced their heavy lyrics with a danceable beat. The heavy bass washed over the listener in a cathartic release of energy. You could feel the floor moving with the beat and the people dancing along.
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