Kate Bollinger, along with Sam Burton and 24thankyou, will look to drape her lavish, satin sound to Gabe’s in Iowa City for her part in the Track Zero concert series.
The first concert of the Track Zero series from The Englert displays perfectly the goal of this initiative: the perfect blend of our talented music scene with touring exponents that inspire those locally and continue to make strides internationally.
Emily Wells will play the first ever show for The Englert’s new concert series Track Zero, which aims to bring in more alternative artists, and newer, experimental sounds to the Iowa City area.
After releasing a critically acclaimed album and playing to crowds at Coachella, Soul Glo finds the next step of their career not in the festival scene, but rather a small dive bar in Iowa City.
Bing Crosby would revitalize his career in the 1970s after a slow down that took place in his middle-aged years.
Youth Lagoon played their fourth show on there first tour in over five years at Gabe’s in Iowa City after the release of “Heaven is a Junkyard.”
Written contributions from Jaden Amjadi, Sydney Sjobakken, and Derek Tate Illuminati Hotties – Free I.H: This is not the One You’ve Been Waiting For Everything about the presentation of this new record from Illuminati Hotties–from its status as a mixtape to its name–implies it is meant to be taken more as an interim before their real sophomore album. And yet, this may go down as one of the most memorable punk records of the year. Core member Sarah Tudzin takes the foundation of power-pop and plays with its boundaries with songs that are still fun and immediate. The opener, “will … Continued