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Free Download Of The Week: Shovels & Rope

Free Download Of The Week: Shovels & Rope

No Comments 28 September 2016

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The husband wife duo Shovels & Rope is back with their fifth studio release Little Seeds October 7th. Recorded in their South Carolina home studio, Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent wrote all the songs and played every instrument. The majority of the albums lyrics were cultivated from the duo’s own experiences and observations, addressing topics of over-medication of children, Alzheimer’s disease and racial unity. Download “I Know” off Little Seeds and learn more about Shovels & Rope at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

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World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 9/28/16

World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 9/28/16

No Comments 28 September 2016

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  • The Rolling Stones will release live album from their historic Cuba performance (Paste)
  • Hear Jim James’ soulful protest song “Same Old Lie” (Rolling Stone)
  • Green Day are “Still Breathing” on new song (CoS)
  • Listen to Bon Iver’s new song “8 (circle)” (Pitchfork)
  • Beck’s new album has reportedly been pushed back to November (NME)
  • Don Henley says an Eagles reunion could happen (UCR)
  • Eddie Vedder and Chris Martin sang Pearl Jam and Patti Smith (Spin)
  • MGMT comeback pushed back to 2017 (Stereogum)
  • Bob Dylan to release new 1966 live recordings as 36-disc set (Paste)
  • Moby previews upcoming LP with New Wave song (Rolling Stone)
  • Temple of the Dog share alternate mix of “Say Hello 2 Heaven” (CoS)
  • Dirty Projectors return with video for new song “Keep Your Name” (Pitchfork)
  • Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie: We’ve got seven tracks for a new album (NME)
  • Watch Nirvana’s Nevermind baby grow up via anniversary photo shoots (Spin)
  • Van Morrison says he has so many unreleased songs it makes my head spin (UCR)
  • Watch Green Day play Revolution Radio songs live for the first time (Stereogum)
  • Andrew Bird & Fiona Apple debut a new song they wrote with a five-year-old (Paste)
  • See Jackson Browne’s moving Bruce Springsteen cover (Rolling Stone)
  • Beck’s entire discography is getting reissued on vinyl (CoS)
  • Ryan Adams pens 15th anniversary tribute to Gold (Pitchfork)
  • Former Bushmills Brand ambassador Bon Iver wishes Beyoncé wouldn’t sell out (Spin)
  • Robin Pecknold calls Justin Vernon a hypocrite over Beyonce sponsorship diss (NME)
  • Joe Perry’s new solo record is in the can (UCR)
  • R.I.P. Buckwheat Zydeco (AV Club)
  • American Wrestlers debut new song “Amazing Grace,” announce tour dates (Paste)
  • Watch Stevie Wonder recall nickname The Temptations gave him (Rolling Stone)
  • Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions share “Let Me Get There” (CoS)
  • Adele says that quitting smoking has made her voice weaker (NME)
  • Bon Iver and the National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner perform in Paris (Pitchfork)
  • Bruce Springsteen names his five favorite Springsteen songs (Spin)
  • Musicians band together for first-ever concert across america to end gun violence (Paste)
  • U2 rocks the vote in Las Vegas with Donald Trump sample (AV Club)
  • Regina Spektor shares new single “Older and Taller” (CoS)
  • See Morrissey’s earnest Ramones cover at Brooklyn concert (Rolling Stone)
  • Father John Misty is no longer on Twitter or Instagram (Pitchfork)
  • Robert Plant joins concerts for Refugees tour (UCR)
  • Jack Garratt shares the letter he received from Barack Obama (NME)

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WTTS Rock To Read: Beck, Amos Lee, The Avett Brothers, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

WTTS Rock To Read: Beck, Amos Lee, The Avett Brothers, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

No Comments 26 September 2016

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For the past decade, WTTS Rock To Read benefit concerts, presented by Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza, have raised tens of thousands of dollars for children’s reading programs with the Indianapolis Public Library. We’re excited to carry on the tradition this fall.

CONCERT #1: BECK kicked off our Rock To Read benefit concerts with an outstanding show at IU Auditorium. Thank you to everyone who came for a great night of music. A portion of proceeds will benefit children’s reading programs of the Monroe County and Indianapolis Public Libraries.

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CONCERT #2: Amos Lee stars in our second Rock To Read Benefit October 26th at the Old National Centre. Tickets are on sale now. Proceeds will benefit children’s reading programs with the Indianapolis Public Library.

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CONCERT #3: The Avett Brothers come to Indianapolis to play two shows at the Old National Centre, November 3rd and 4th. Tickets are SOLD OUT. Proceeds will benefit children’s reading programs with the Indianapolis Public Library.

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CONCERT #4: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats stars in our final Rock To Read benefit at the Old National Centre, December 8th. Brandon Whyde will open the show. Tickets are SOLD OUT. Proceeds will benefit children’s reading programs with the Indianapolis Public Library.

WTTS Rock To Read is presented by Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza. Be sure to sign up for one of the three WTTS Rock To Read Runs presented by Kaplan University, and help raise even more money for children’s reading programs.

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WTTS Halloween Haunts & Fall Festivals 2016

WTTS Halloween Haunts & Fall Festivals 2016

No Comments 26 September 2016

halloween-haunts-and-fall-festivalsIt’s that time of the year! Leaves change color, we fill up on pumpkin pie, and some of the best Halloween Haunts and Fall Festivals come to town. The WTTS Halloween Haunts & Fall Festivals page, presented by Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s production of Into The Woods, running October 6th – November 20th.

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Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre presents Into The Woods

October 6th – November 20th

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Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre presents Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods. In this enchanting fairy tale musical, a baker and his wife wish to have a child, Cinderella wishes to attend the King’s Festival, and Jack wishes his cow would give milk. But everyone’s wish comes at a price. See why each year more and more people discover the value and quality of Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre!

9301 Michigan Rd.

Indianapolis, IN 46268

317-872-9664

www.beefandboards.com


Happy Halloween Weekends at Holiday World

Every weekend from September 24th – October 30th

This family-friendly special event includes the rides you love at Holiday World, plus lots of Halloween shows and fun.  Enjoy the 12 acres of corn mazes, the incredible Holidog’s 3D Halloween Adventure in the Holiday Theater, and hear popular songs spookified on stage in Lights Out! If you dare, enter Carnival Chaos, as a ghostly barker invites you into explore this abandoned carnival, filled with clowns and side-show attractions. Bring your mum to holiday-world
wander through Mummy’s Treasure Maze and both afternoons will include a costume dance party hosted by Kitty Claws.

452 East Christmas Blvd.

Santa Claus, IN 47579

812-937-4401

www.holidayworld.com


House of Trepidation

September 30th – 31st, October 7th-8th, 13th-16th, 19th-23rd, 26th-31st

In the early 1900’s, Dr. Eugene Irving Belle and his wife Elizabeth relocated to Indianapolis when they were ousted from New England because of the doctor’s experimental medical procedures. He set up practice at 1929 S. Meridian Street in a 20,000 square foot warehouse that quickly earned the nickname House of Trepidation. Even though it’s been closed from 7 decades, many of the doctor’s creations are found wandering throughout the building. Visit Purgatory where Dr. Belle would hide his dead patients and venture through the Crossroads of Carnage. As you enter Belle’s Printcrazed nightmare make sure to always pay attention, as things are not always what they appear to be…

1929 South Meridian St.

Indianapolis IN 46225

317-912-3845

www.houseoftrepidation.com


Halloween Howl presented by ALS Association Indiana Chapter

October 22nd

Come out to the ALS Association’s Halloween Howl for the best party ever! Wear your Halloween costume for the Best Costume contest; 1st prize wins $500 dollars. Bid on items in the Silent Auction while enjoy hors d’oeuvers and complementary drinks. Live music will be provided by Hearing Voices. All proceeds benefit the ALS Association Indiana Chapter. The ALS Association is the only non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease on every front. The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressivelyhalloween-howl-logo searching for new treatments and a cure.

The Crane Bay Event Center

551 W. Merrill St.

Indianapolis, IN 46225

317-915-9888

www.halloweenhowl.net


Adrian Orchards Harvest Fest 2016

October 1st & 2nd

Join us as we celebrate our 91st birthday with fun for the whole family! Pick that special pumpkin from our Pumpkin Patch and take a Mini Hay Ride around the Orchard. Enjoy great food and music, arts and crafts and so much more! And don’t forget about fresh locally grown apples, the best apple cider you will ever taste, and caramel apples and adrian-orchardsall the other goodies available in the Adrian Orchards Store!

500 W. Epler Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46217

317-784-0550

www.adrianorchards.com


Halloween Haunts

Haunted Angelus House

September 10th, 17th, 24th, 30th, October 1st, 7th – 10th, 14th – 16th, 20th – 23rd, 27th – 31st

8829 E. Washington St.

Indianapolis, IN 46219

317-500-4746

www.500grim.com

 

Indy Scream Park

September 17th, 23rd – 24th, 30th, October 1st – 31st, November 4th – 5th

White River Paintball Facility

5211 New S. Columbus Rd.

Anderson, IN 46013

317-218-9515

www.indyscreampark.com

 

Fright Manor

September 23rd – 24th, 30th, October 1st, 7th – 8th, 14th – 15th, 18th – 31st

2909 S. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46225

317-889-7666

www.frightmanor.com

 

Fear Fair

Open every Friday – Sunday from September 23rd – October 30th and October 31st

800 A Ave.

Seymour, IN 47274

www.fearfair.com

 

Frite Lodge Haunted House

September 23rd – October 29th

7525 Acton Rd.

Indianapolis, IN 46259

317-862-6834

www.fritelodge.com

 

Stillwell Manor Haunted House

September 23rd – 24th, 30th October 1st, 6th – 8th, 13th – 15th, 20th – 23rd, 26th – 31st

1704 E. 60th St.

Anderson, IN 46013

765-617-2979

www.stillwellmanor.com

 

Indy Haunted Loft

Open weekends from September 25th – October 30th and October 31st

Piney Acres Farm

1115 E. 1000 N.

Fortville, IN 46040

317-326-1700

www.indyhauntedloft.com

 

Necropolis: City of Perpetual Darkness Haunted House

September 30th, October 1st, 7th – 9th, 14th – 16th, 20th – 31st

Dark Armies Paintball Facility

2525 N. Shadeland Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46241

317-353-1987

www.darkarmies.com

 

Hanna Hunted Acres

September 30th, October 1st, 6th – 9th, 12th – 16th, 18th – 23rd, 26th-31st, November 4th – 5th

7323 E. Hanna Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46239

317-357-0881

www.hannahauntedacres.com

 

When Darkness Falls Haunted Trail

Open every Friday and Saturday from September 30th – October 29th

Ceraland Park

3989 S. 525

Columbus, IN 47203

812-377-5849

www.ceradarkness.org

 

Bakers Junction Haunted Train

Open every Friday and Saturday from September 30th – October 29th

7898 S. Fairfax Rd.

Bloomington, IN 47401

812-824-2158

 

The Asylum House

September 30th, October 1st, 7th – 8th, 12th – 16th, 19th – 23rd, 26th – 31st

Marion County Fairgrounds

7300 E. Troy Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 55555

317-919-9347

www.theasylumhouse.com

 

Nightmare on Edgewood

September 30th, October 1st, 7th – 8th, 13th – 15th, 20th – 22nd, 27th – 29th, Nov 4th – 5th

6004 Camden Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46227

317-627-7576

www.nightmareonedgewood.com

 

Indiana Fear Farm

September 30th, October 1st – 2nd, 7th – 9th, 13th – 16th, 20th – 23rd, 27th – 30th

6736 S. 500 W.

Jamestown, Indiana 46147

765-366-8493

www.indianafearfarm.com

 

Barn of Terror Bloomington

Open every Friday and Saturday in October and October 31st 

8792 N. Old State Road 37

Bloomington, IN 47408

www.barnofterror.net

 

Cursed Castle Haunted House

October 8th – 30th

Children’s Museum Indianapolis

3000 N. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46208

317-334-4000

www.childrensmuseum.org


Fall Festivals

Corn Maze at Beasley’s Orchard

September 9th – October 31th

Beasley’s Orchard and Garden

2304 E. Main St.

Danville, IN 46122

317-745-4876

www.beasleys-orchard.com

 

Harvest Festival Weekends at Stuckey Farm

Every weekend from September 17th – October 23rd

Stuckey Farm

19975 Hamilton Boone Rd.

Sheridan, IN 46069

317-769-4636

www.stuckeyfarm.com

 

Waterman’s Family Farm Fall Harvest Festival

September 24th – October 31st

2 locations:

7010 E. Raymond St.

Indianapolis, IN 46239

317-357-2989

and

1100 N. Indiana 37

Greenwood, IN 46143

317-888-4189

www.watermansfamilyfarm.com

 

44th Annual Seymour Okoberfest

September 29th – October 1st

Various Locations

Seymour, IN

812-523-1414

www.seymouroktoberfest.com

 

Pumpkin Harvest Festival

October 1st – 31st

11366 State Road 38 East

Noblesville, IN 46060

317-773-3344

www.stonycreekfarm.net

 

49th Annual Feast of the Hunter’s Moon

October 1st – 2nd

Fort Ouiatenon Park

3129 S. River Rd.

West Lafayette, IN 47906

765-476-8411

www.tcha.mus.in.us/feast

 

12th Annual Greendell Landscape Solutions Fall Festival

October 1st – 31st

749 W. SR 42

Mooresville, IN 46158

317-996-2826

www.greendelllandscape.com

 

Heartland Apple Festival

October 1st – 2nd, 8th – 9th

Beasley’s Orchard and Garden

2304 E. Main St.

Danville, IN 46122

317-745-4876

www.beasleys-orchard.com

 

Riley Festival

October 6th – 9th

Courthouse Square

312 E. Main St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

317-462-2141

www.rileyfestival.com

 

Fall Foliage Festival

October 6th – 9th

128 N. Jefferson St.

Martinsville, IN

765-342-0332

www.morgancountyfallfoliagefestival.com

 

Indianapolis Zoo Halloween ZooBoo

October 7th – 9th, 14th – 16th, 21st – 23rd, 28th – 30th

1200 W. Washington St.

Indianapolis, IN 46222

317-630-2001

www.indianapoliszoo.com

 

The Children’s Museum Guild’s Black Hat Bash

October 7th

Sunburst Atrium

3000 N. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46208

317-334-4000

www.childrensmuseum.org

 

Gaither Family Resources Fall Fest Hometown Spectacular

October 7th – 8th

1617 Park Ave.

Alexandria, IN 46001

800-520-4664

www.familyfallfest.com

 

Mississinewa 1812 Reenactment Weekend

October 7th – 9th

Mississinewa Battefield

6000 N. 300 W27

La Fontaine, Indiana 46940

800-822-1812

www.mississinewa1812.com

 

Original & Fabulous Germanfest

October 8th

Indianapolis Athenaeum

401 E. Michigan St.

Indianapolis, IN

317-655-2755

www.athenaeumfoundation.org

 

10th Annual Traders Point Creamery Oktoberfest

October 8th

9101 Moore Rd.

Zionsville, IN 46077

317-733-1700

www.traderspointcreamery.com

 

Union Jack Pub Broad Ripple’s 4th Annual Pumpkin Beer Fest

October 8th

Union Jack Pub Broad Ripple

924 Broad Ripple Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46220

www.unionjackpub.co

 

Covered Bridge Festival

October 14th – 23rd

Parke County, IN

765-569-5226

www.coveredbridges.com

 

Heartland Film Festival

October 20th – 30th

Multiple Venues

Indianapolis, IN

317-464-9405

www.heartlandfilm.org

 

Historic Irvington Halloween Festivial

October 24th – 31st

5700 E. Washington St.

Indianapolis, Indiana

www.irvingtonhalloween.com

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