David Lindquist, Indianapolis Star

David Lindquist

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Dave:

Korn, Faith No More will bring tour to Ruoff Music Center

Rock bands Korn and Faith No More top bill that includes Helmet among supporting acts → Read More

The Palace wins $10,000 and a van in Battle of the Bands climax

Voting by audience members and a panel of judges determines winner in Battle of the Bands series → Read More

If you're tired of guessing 'Masked Singer' identities at home, a tour will visit Indy

A national tour for 'The Masked Singer' includes two celebrity guest hosts plus one local celebrity in disguise. → Read More

Post Malone emerges from haze to deliver winning performance in Indianapolis

Pop star Post Malone finds bright side of heartbreak during Bankers Life Fieldhouse show → Read More

How this IU alum got a producer credit on every modern Batman movie (even 'Joker')

Indiana University alum Michael Uslan has an executive producer credit on every Batman movie released since 1989, including Oscar-nominated "Joker." → Read More

Post Malone greets fans at an Indianapolis Olive Garden

On day before his sold-out show at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Post Malone grabs a bite at Olive Garden → Read More

Dead & Company will return to Ruoff Music Center

Rock band featuring three Grateful Dead members will play Ruoff Music Center for third consecutive summer → Read More

Guns N' Roses includes Indianapolis in 2020 tour plans

Vocalist Axl Rose and guitarist Slash last played a Guns N' Roses show together in Indiana in 1992 → Read More

One of these 8 acts will win $10,000 and a van in the Battle of the Bands finals

The MOKB Presents Battle of the Bands series reaches its conclusion Feb. 15 at the Vogue in Indianapolis. → Read More

Art & Soul performers spotlight the right to vote, urge others not to waste it

The annual Art & Soul series presented by the Arts Council of Indianapolis launches Feb. 1 at Indianapolis Artsgarden. → Read More

18th Street Brewery is coming to Indianapolis. Here's why the owners chose 10th Street.

18th Street Brewery tap room will open Feb. 1 near intersection of 10th and Rural streets on the near east side of Indianapolis. → Read More

Snickerdoodle? Strawberry peach? Slushy styles? The Winterfest beer festival has it all

Nearly 100 independent companies will serve IPAs, porters and even "slushy" beers at 12th annual Winterfest presented by the Brewers Guild of Indiana. → Read More

13 romantic things to do on Valentine's Day for every mood and couple

Try these ways to celebrate Valentine's Day in Indianapolis, whether you're deeply in love, on an awkward first date or rocking the single life. → Read More

With album made for Indiana label, Gloria Gaynor ends 40-year Grammy drought

Disco-era hitmaker Gloria Gaynor wins Grammy in category of best roots gospel album → Read More

Before Billie Eilish and her brother ruled the Grammys, they brought an indie film to Indy

5-time Grammy winners Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell visited Heartland Film Festival in 2013 to promote movie starring O'Connell and their mother → Read More

Phish announces 3-night stand at Ruoff Music Center

After three summers away from Noblesville amphitheater originally known as Deer Creek, rock band Phish makes big plans for 2020 → Read More

Dave Matthews Band unveils two Ruoff Music Center dates

Noblesville's Ruoff Music Center will host two performances by the Dave Matthews Band this summer → Read More

Ruoff was the No. 1 concert amphitheater. Here's where it ranks now.

In Pollstar magazine year-end rankings, Ruoff Music Center slips from No. 1 to No. 8 in ticket sales → Read More

On-air staffing cut at Q95, Fox Sports 1260 AM as part of iHeartMedia reorganization

Radio stations in more than 20 states lose personnel in iHeartMedia reorganization. → Read More

Willie Nelson will perform at Brown County Music Center

Music icon Willie Nelson schedules his first show at Brown County Music Center in Nashville → Read More