Posts Tagged ‘msu’

Lyal Strickland mega-update (new album, website and cd release shows)

August 26, 2009

lycalsticklandJust got a big update from local singer/songwriter Lyal Strickland detailing out a ton of stuff he’s been up to. He’s got a whole new album, new website, (not one but) three release party/shows, a radio promo blitz and more! You may be even more interested in the radio blitz because he’ll be giving away free CDs and posters. Details after the jump…


Spacetones on your virtual radio tonight

May 6, 2009


We just got word that local hip hop group The Spacetones will be on The Growl, Missouri State University’s campus online radio station, tonight at 11 p.m. The group will be on the show promoting its upcoming show Friday night at The Underground below The Magic Bean Coffeehouse. (To clarify, we’ll be referring to all 728 Wall St. shows in the future by that location’s other name, The Warehouse, to avoid confusion.) The concert should be awesome, and the radio interview should be cool, as well. Watch for some in-studio performances and more. You can tune in to it at the appropriate time by clicking here.

The Show Report, 5/5: Best. Tuesday. Ever.

May 5, 2009

Girl Talk

Tonight brings two artists to Springfield performing here for the first time, both extremely popular in genres that are anything but mainstream. Springfield is on the cutting edge of music culture… on a Tuesday. Forget sombreros, margaritas or any of that Cinco de Mayo stuff. Here’s where the parties are at tonight:


Rock out to say “thanks”

April 17, 2009

meisa-hometown-heroesIt’s been a little while–December 4, in fact–since the Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association (MEISA) at Missouri State University last put on a concert. The December event was held for charity, but one could argue its latest show is no less a benefit. Tomorrow night’s Hometown Heroes show at Nathan P. Murphy’s is a special event in honor of Springfield’s military and emergency response groups–anyone who shows military, police, fire or medic ID gets a $2 discount to get it–and includes some musical heroes from MEISA members’ various hometowns: Tulsa, OK (Arlis Moon), Springfield, MO (Cooter Brown), Blue Springs, MO (Grizzly J. Berry) and St. Louis, MO (All Falls Down). Cover charge is $5 for regular admission, $9 for those younger than 21 and $3 for military, police, fire and medical staffers with ID.

It’s official: Girl Talk coming to May Day at MSU

April 14, 2009
Girl Talk 


Girl Talk

Ha, and you thought you had to drive to a major city to see one of America’s hottest DJs. You just have to go to campus. We’ll tell you where on campus to be and at what time after the break.