Caroline Smith brings crowd to tears in High Noon heartbreaker

Minnesota local gets isthmus emotional in summer set


So long, Badger Herald

Through the light and dark, The Herald has been home


JPEGMAFIA hits The Sett with scathing performance

Preceded by CRASHprez, contrast was key at energy intensive show


Revamped ‘Les Misérables’ production brings new relevancy, importance to Overture

Romance, drama, heartbreak embody musical based upon French Civil War experiences


Earth, Wind & Fire gives Madison night to remember

Forty-five years into odyssean careers, R&B/funk legends still have it

608 Release

608 Release: Son! drops first single off EP ‘Emotional Robots’

No shortage of fun synthesizers to complement these charming lyrics


EarthGang, J.I.D delivered authentic hip-hop sound during performance at High Noon

Powerful duo paired with openers from J.Cole's Dreamville label created enjoyable concert experience


Porches brings grounded moodiness, lush atmosphere to High Noon Saloon

Aaron Maine makes Madison concert-goers feel like dancing in daydream


Porches to blur lines between machine, human in his digital inspired performance at High Noon Saloon

Music artist Maine has work cut out before concert, still anticipating positive audience response


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