We’re all just people who do bad things.
Steely Dane is not your average tribute band. Their fourteen musicians fill the stage with multiple keyboards, a horn section and backup vocalists committed to reproducing Donald Fagen and Walter Becker’s signature sound.
Alternative indie-rock band Rainbow Kitten Surprise will return to Madison for the first time since 2019, performing a sold out show at the Sylvee on Sunday.
Since the critically acclaimed first season of “The Mandalorian'' debuted on Disney Plus in late 2019, succeeding Star Wars shows have fallen into a familiar pattern — overindulgent cameos, mediocre writing and artificial sets. I assumed showrunner Tony Gilroy’s 2022 show “Andor'' would be much the same — imagine my excitement when I was proven wrong.
Bartell Theater’s newest queer-centered production “Act A Lady” graced the stage earlier this month in a flourish of feathers and exaggerated French accents. The production presents a real mind-bending viewing experience.
Read about the good, the bad and the ugly in the latest entry to the series.
We’ve been waiting to spill that this album rocks.
Colleen Hoover is dominating the New York Times Best Seller list with seven of her novels in the top 10 spots for the Paperback Trade Fiction category. She has sold over 20 million books. Her best-seller “It Ends With Us,” has been on the list for 78 weeks straight.
Synth-pop duo Magdalena Bay brought the crowd with them on a journey into their surreal hyper-online multiverse of secrets on Nov. 6. Originally from Miami, the group is now based in Los Angeles, where they have gained a cult-like following from fans captured by their mixed media approach to creating.
The “Pretty Woman” Broadway tour came to the Overture Center in downtown Madison from Oct. 18 to 23 and served as an entertaining way to spend an evening.
The stage was “Sett” on Friday night as a crowd composed of hipsters warmed up in Union South, anxiously anticipating what would be an unforgettable show. Wisconsin Union Directorate’s (WUD) latest concert brought in a sizable group of fans.
Ducking into the lowly-lit stage room of the Bur Oak a couple weeks ago, I was greeted by a comfortable small stage with chairs and tables. I could feel the intimacy of the space when I first walked in, which was daunting at first.
Olivia Wilde’s feminist thriller is flawed but doesn’t deserve its abysmal reputation.
On a windy Saturday afternoon, I made my way down to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Art Lofts to attend the Art Department’s annual Open Studio Day. The event took place from 12 to 6 p.m. on Nov. 5 in the Art Lofts Studios and George L. Mosse Humanities building, each home to different areas of the UW-Madison Art Department.
“What is prog rock?”
The rain didn't keep a soul home on Friday, Nov. 4. Instead, fans swarmed the sold-out Sylvee to hear singer-songwriter Noah Kahan and his opener Adam Melchor. Madison was the 13th stop on Kahan's “Stick Season Tour,” which follows the mid-October release of his third and most popular album to date, "Stick Season."