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David Lindquist


Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Dave:

Folk Singer Carrie Newcomer Offers Words And Music For Mending The ‘Great Unraveling’

On new album “Until Now,” folk singer Carrie Newcomer addresses big questions for pandemic times. → Read More

How Jam Band Umphrey’s McGee Turned Concert Walk-On Riffs Into A Fully Realized Album

Hard-touring Umphrey’s McGee issued its “You Walked Up Shaking In Your Boots But You Stood Tall and Left a Raging Bull” album in July. → Read More

Wes Montgomery documentary will include the guitarist's unearthed home movies

'Wes Bound' film will feature home movies made by the guitarist before his 1968 death → Read More

'I was there': Promoter shares details of past concerts at Indiana Rock History database

For Indiana Rock History project, ex-Sunshine Promotions executive Steve Sybesma shares his archives and collaborates with music fans → Read More

New Indiana podcast will go behind the music with members of E Street Band, Kiss

Dane Clark of John Mellencamp's band and Rush album artist Hugh Syme co-host Music Buzzz podcast with concert industry insider Andy Wilson → Read More

Slippery Noodle Inn owner and blues music advocate Hal Yeagy dies at 63

During pandemic-stricken 2020, Slippery Noodle owner Hal Yeagy strived to keep nightclubs afloat as member of the Indiana Independent Venue Alliance → Read More

Straight No Chaser can't tour, but you can stream their holiday concerts

Vocal group Straight No Chaser will broadcast Christmas-themed performances from Maryland venue → Read More

How to watch the online edition of Tonic Ball, plus the fundraiser's roster of performers

Tonic Ball benefit for Second Helpings will originate at the Fountain Square Theatre with no spectators in attendance → Read More

A Kurt Vonnegut documentary more than 30 years in the making is heading to theaters

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' director Robert Weide began work on Kurt Vonnegut documentary in the 1980s. → Read More

Indianapolis company Mandolin emerges as an industry leader in livestream concerts

Founded during the coronavirus pandemic, Mandolin livestream platform aims for lasting success. → Read More

Bankers Life Fieldhouse schedules socially distanced concert for February

Contemporary Christian star Toby Mac plans to play Indianapolis arena as part of 13-city tour → Read More

What White River State Park's new concert canopy will look like

Canopy will cover new fixed seating area at the Amphitheater at White River State Park → Read More

Singer-songwriter Otis Gibbs is back home again in Indiana

Hi-Fi Annex will host outdoor record-release show for Otis Gibbs' "Hoosier National" album. → Read More

Peyton Manning and David Letterman get together at Ball State for TV project

Indiana icons Peyton Manning and David Letterman spend Tuesday on the campus of Letterman's alma mater → Read More

These were the winners at the Heartland International Film Festival

Presented as hybrid drive-in and streaming event, Heartland film festival distributes awards to '76 Days,' 'Minari' and 'There Is No Evil' → Read More

Mayor Joe Hogsett asks kids to skip trick-or-treating for sake of their neighbors

Indianapolis has labeled door-to-door trick-or-treating as a "high risk" activity during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indy Jazz Fest will be a free four-part streaming event. Here's what you need to know.

Indy Jazz Fest organizers commissioned projects by Premium Blend, Native Sun and Charlie Ballantine for this year's free online festival. → Read More

Indianapolis issues guidance on trick-or-treating, other Halloween activities

Halloween guidelines fall short of outlawing door-to-door candy collection during coronavirus pandemic → Read More

James Snow, who entertained by dancing at 38th and College, dies at 77

Known as 'Dancing Man,' James Snow began his run of entertaining the public in 1974 → Read More

Indianapolis restaurants and bars can apply for rent relief through new grant program

Businesses can apply for Hospitality Establishment Lifeline Payment grants beginning Oct. 15 → Read More