Alive After Five 'Comes Full Circle,' Announces June Music Acts in Revamped Boise Grove

After a season in the Basque Block, Alive After Five is returning to the Grove.

Indifference Is Creepier

The Shins' frontman James Mercer on new album Heartworms and trying to relate
"I was really frustrated with this attitude that everything had to be tongue-in-cheek and half a joke."

The 5 Browns

The first quintet of siblings to ever be accepted simultaneously to Juilliard, the Browns have garnered attention everywhere from People Magazine to Oprah and Billboard.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, May 25, Taco Bell Arena

Hill and McGraw will be joined by Joseph, a trio of Northwest sisters that headlines the Concert for Kids May 24 at The Knitting Factory.

T.I.: Hustle Gang, May 26, Knitting Factory

Harris is on his 29-city Hustle Gang Tour doing something else he excels at: performing and introducing new rap and hip-hop artists on his label.

Boise Concert Promoter Eric Gilbert on PWR BTTM Sex Assault Allegations: 'It's Disappointing'

"[Because of] how they were positioned in the industry, their fan base was sensitive to this subject."

Boise Band Hillfolk Noir Hits It Big With Junkerpunch

"If John Steinbeck owned a speakeasy, Hillfolk Noir would be the house band."

Boise Band Oceans Are Zeroes Unleashes Darker Sound on New Album

"I feel like when you're hurting, different stuff comes out sometimes."
New release churns with darker sound

Boise Record Show and Swap

Saturday, May 20 at El Korah Shrine
Dealers and indie record stores from three states will have rarities, discounts and thousands of albums covering a range of genres.

Concert for Kids Benefiting the Idaho Youth Ranch

Wednesday, May 24 at The Knitting Factory
The all ages show is a shouldn't-miss chance to catch Joseph, a must-see band.

Cancelled: Foxygen, May 23, The Knitting Factory

The band's live performances are reputedly raucous, theatrical affairs featuring huge backup bands and outlandish behavior by vocalist Sam France.

The Dirty Moogs Deliver Same Goofy Fun With New EP

Aside from the rare punk set, the local group has been the Treasure Valley's best (and only) purveyor of sci-fi-themed, mock-Krautrock synth-pop ditties for the past few years.

The Ties that Bind

After writing and rehearsing for only three months, Western Daughter played its first official show at Treefort 2015.
Western Daughter connects with Driftwood Songs

BBS 25th Anniversary CD Release, May 13, Mardi Gras Ballroom

Boise Blues Society is celebrating its 25th birthday with the release of Blues Gems From the Gem State, an 18-track album featuring all local bands and artists.

Oso Negro/Weighn Beats EP Release, May 17, Shredder

Werebear isn't gory but it is dark

Boise Balladeers Hillfolk Noir Have a Big Hit With Junkerpunch

Hillfolk Noir will celebrate the release of Junkerpunch on Friday, May 19 at Cinder Winery..

Sera Cahoone: Turn and Face the Change

"I wasn't even sure if I was going to put out another record. It's these sorts of ups and downs and figuring out what I was doing in life,"

Dream Baby Dream

Local band Tispur releases beguiling Sleepy Creature

Boise Music Week

For the 99th year, catch performances by gospel choirs, jazz groups, barbershop quartets, organ recitals and more.

MayDay Micro Music Festival, May 6, Visual Arts Collective

The Hive is teaming up with the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline for a joint fundraiser filled with music, workshops, a music video showcase, food and more Saturday, May 6 at the Visual Arts Collective.

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