Also recently announced: Generation Wild Tour, Conspirator and Break Science, John Mulaney and Bill Burr.
The average marriage lasts roughly eight years, which might explain why the Walkmen celebrated their 10-year anniversary with such fervor after reaching the milestone early in 2012.
San Francisco-based indie-rock trio performs at the High Noon Saloon, 701 E. Washington Ave., at 8 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 21.
The five-piece Minneapolis band's name is pronounced "stunning."
Also recently announced: Field Report, Greensky Bluegrass, Hurt and Wayland, Tenth Avenue North, Great Midwestern Bluegrass Bash, Blessed Feathers and Young Buffalo, Caspian, Telekinesis.
Phox is impossible to pin down.
The band brings its blue-collar sound to the Dragonfly Lounge, 401 E. Washington Ave., for a 9 p.m. show on Friday, Jan. 11.
Many regular concertgoers have a favored spot they stake out for every show.
Of the Grammy nominations that Verona native Ryan Truesdell received this winter, all three were a thrill.
But two were a triumph.
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