Welcome to the last week of April. We have been getting so much response from indie artists lately, and are proud to be able to introduce you to some new artists that are definitely worth checking out. Grab your coffee, put on your headphones, and check out what’s happening in the world of indie music and theater.
MCT’S PRODUCTION OF ‘THE WIZARD OF OZ’ OPENS THIS WEEK
The final production of the season for the Missoula Community Theater, The Wizard of Oz, opens to the public on Friday, April 28. Featuring a large cast and directed by local dance icon Heather Adams, the show is scheduled for three weeks of performances. Tickets are available at the MCT Center for Performing Art Box Office, as well as online at MCTink.org. We’ll have a review of the opening night performance this weekend.
ALEXIS KEEGAN HONORS PRINCE WITH LATEST LIVE VIDEO
Hard to believe that Prince has been gone for a year. Multi-LA Music Critic Award winner Alexis Keegan recently honored Prince during her concert at the world-famous Mint in Los Angeles. Check out her amazing cover of “When Doves Fly/Purple Rain.”
ADHOC RELEASES VIDEO FOR ‘MY CITY’
Adhoc is a band out of Montreal that has reached out to debut their new music video for “My City.” Check it out and let us know what you think about these guys.
K-SYRAN IS BACK WITH THE VIDEO RELEASE OF ‘DIZZY’
Norway’s K-Syran is back with another dance tune that has been very popular in Europe. Check her out and let us know your opinion of this interesting artist.
BIRDSWORTH PROMISES TO ‘TREAT US GOOD’
Just learned about this promising British group Birdsworth, who record all their music in a shed and toss out their own blend of tea bags at their shows. We think you’ll like their latest music video, which was released last month. Let us know what you think.
MESALFIE RELEASES VISUALLY STUNNING MUSIC VIDEO
Rome-based indie pop artist MesAlfie has released a beautiful, artfully stunning music video for his single, “Must see New York.” We think you will love it for the amazing artwork, but we love the song as well. Let us know what you think and we’ll see you next week.