The Indy In-Tune Blog

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Event Preview: For the Sake of the Song

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Friday, September 25, 2015
Cootie Crabtree is an Indianapolis based singer/songwriter who rambles the county lines between Americana, Alt-Country, Rock, Strange Folk & Rootsy Blues... (Read Full Article)




Event Review: The Show

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Thursday, November 13, 2014
Last Friday I had the opportunity to attend "The Show" at Coal Yard Coffee/5547 Project Gallery in the Irvington part of Indy, and I'm immensely delighted that I did.... (Read Full Article)




Novemberís MUST-ATTEND First Friday

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Thursday, November 6, 2014
WHAT: "The Show" WHEN: First Friday - November 7th WHERE: 5547 BONNA AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46219 (located in the historic Irvington area) FREE and open to All Ages See art by 18 new artists as well as live music from the Landon Keller and the ... (Read Full Article)




Interview: Bashiri Asad on His Live Album Recording

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Foxy@Indy In-Tune: Hello, and thanks so much for talking with us; its an honor! Were really excited to be a part of the upcoming, sure-to-be-epic event at Sabbatical on October 11th where you will actually be recording your new album live, correct?? Tel... (Read Full Article)




HOT SHOW ALERT! Shine Indy Studios Presents : Bashiri Asad Day!

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Disclosure: Sam Ash Music is a sponsor of Indy In-Tune, and Indy In-Tune is a sponsor of Shine Indy. https://www.facebook.com/events/631945100252550 What: 17 local acts, starting with the teen bands of Sam Ash Music's Ash Rock Program leading up... (Read Full Article)




The Gringos are Coming! The Gringos are Coming!

By: Amy Foxworthy -- Monday, May 26, 2014
If you have never heard Gringo Star's music, the best way I can think to describe it would be....psychedelic indie 50's/60's garage surf punk rockabillyish experimental doo wop.† If that doesn't make sense now, it will after you hear the... (Read Full Article)




What Happened in Hill Valley?

By: Darrin Snider -- Wednesday, June 3, 2009
And what does it have to do with Episode #044 of the Indy In-Tune Podcast?... (Read Full Article)




Upcoming Musical Goodness

By: Darrin Snider -- Monday, May 25, 2009
Since a hectic schedule this week means no new Indy In-Tune episodes until at least next week, I thought I'd at least give you guys a preview of what to expect. Both of these shows are scheduled to be recorded this evening, so this also assumes both inter... (Read Full Article)




Gear Up for Summer

Back by popular demand for a limited time only, "I support local music ... and yes, that does make me better than you." Show the world that you, too, are a proud elitist music snob! Get yours before time runs out...

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