February 17, 2020

Live-music lovers, mark your calendars for next year’s D.B. Circus— a mini fest for the Midwest.This spring saw the first of its kind and it was a smashing success. The music show, which took place on Jan. 25, featured bands of many genres, including rock, blues, soul...

January 25, 2020

There is a name that is known throughout Manhattan, by artists, art-lovers and community members alike: Phyllis Pease. If you know her name you know her fame.

Pease is a local artist whose talent and creative mind have turned Aggieville into a gallery of her art. From t...

November 7, 2019

“We’re gonna take it back to 2004 - a very emo time.”

Four cool dudes performed at Fuzzys - a band called Not In My Pants. Throughout the night, Fuzzys became more and more jam-packed with loud music and blaring speakers. 

Tyler Garder, the drummer, says their inspiratio...

October 9, 2019

The room isolated from the front of the restaurant is another world. It’s called the Firkin, and it hosts performers in the night.

In the Tallgrass Taphouse, two dudes sang and strummed guitar to animated guests. In the background, three plasmas TVs played in front of a...

September 24, 2019

The MHK Music Scene has a lot of history that hosted the likes of Metallica, Truck Stop Love, Ultimate Fake Book and more. Learn more about the scene, tune in!!

September 24, 2019

Like a lot of people, Nate Hernandez was influenced by his family while growing up. Whether it was intentional or not, his parents helped spark his interest in music, and his sister encouraged his curiosity.

“When I was 5 or 6, my parents took the family to South P...

September 7, 2019

On a thundering night, two bands played with all their might at Auntie Mae's. The first performer was Emily Stilwell, a chick who knows how to engage the crowd. Her voice echoed through Mae's, creating a mesmerizing melody. She leaned into the microphone, breathing lif...