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Review: Wichita Symphony Orchestra, pianist take on range of operatic moods

The Wichita Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Daniel Hege welcomed soloist William Wolfram on Saturday evening. After a surprise rendition of “Hail Wichita,” the Wichita State University fight song, the symphony tackled three 19-century masterpieces by Richard Wagner, Franz Liszt and Anton Bruckner.

At 75, Gordon Lightfoot still perfecting his sound

Gordon Lightfoot – the singer of “Sundown,” “If I Could Read Your Mind” and “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” – is now 75 years old.

Review: Lea Michele debut album uneven

On some of the songs from her debut album, Lea Michele is convincing. On others, it’s like she is acting.

REO Speedwagon stays faithful to ‘Hi Infidelity’

REO Speedwagon can’t leave a venue without rendering the hits from its mammoth 1980 album, “Hi Infidelity.”

Upcoming concerts (March 14, 2014)

Rehab, Monday, Cotillion ($15, www.ticketfly.com)

Maize High graduate fills last spot on Team Blake on ‘The Voice’

Maize High grad Kaleigh Glanton was busy watching her song from “The Voice” move up the iTunes rock chart Wednesday after she made it to the battle rounds on “The Voice.”

Heart of America Men’s Chorus tackles bullying

The Heart of America Men’s Chorus has a knack for matching music with causes dear to members’ hearts.

Country’s Hunter Hayes one of Kansas State Fair’s headlining acts

Up-and-coming country singer Hunter Hayes will be one of the headline acts for this year’s Kansas State Fair.

Go! Concerts (March 7, 2014)

Gala of the Royal Horses, March 7, Intrust Bank Arena ($27-$47, selectaseat.com)

Terry Quiett, Turnpike Troubadours and PAT Bash on tap this weekend

Rock blues group the Terry Quiett Band will celebrate its third blues studio album with a CD release party on Saturday at the Cotillion, 11131 W. Kellogg. Kentucky Gentlemen and Linaberry Wine will open the show. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show starts at 8. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For tickets, visit www.thecotillion.com or call 316-722-4201.

RJD2 turns the tables in Wichita with Crown Uptown’s first concert in four years

Crown Uptown Theatre hosts its first concert in four years.

Tickets to Styx, Foreigner, Jamey Johnson go on sale Friday

Tickets to two big-name shows announced recently by Wichita venues go on sale Friday.

Snoop Dogg wows Cotillion crowd despite long, long wait

Snoop Dogg is not known for his punctuality.

Pharrell Williams a ‘Happy’ and busy guy

Pharrell Williams looked wiped out.

Newsboys, like Van Halen, thrive with new lead singer

Band leads Winter Jam 2014 lineup, which stops in Wichita on March 1

Buddy Guy strives to keep the blues alive

Buddy Guy’s latest release, “Rhythm & Blues,” is a rarity in this era of EPs and singles. It’s a double album, with 22 all-new tracks.

Friends University jazz festival hopes to inspire young musicians

Nothing inspires young jazz musicians like seeing professionals in action, and Lisa Hittle, the director of jazz at Friends University, has lots of evidence.

Upcoming concerts (Feb. 21)

Daryl Hall & John Oates, Wednesday, First Council Casino & Hotel, Newkirk, Okla. ($40-$75, ticketstorm.com)

Snoop Dogg, Keller Williams and Split Lip Rayfield this weekend

Rapper Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus, will perform at 8 p.m. on Sunday at the Cotillion, 11121 W. Kellogg. Doors open at 7 p.m. The performer has been traveling around Australia and New Zealand for the past few months, and at a recent stop in Houston, he performed many of his hits from the 1990s and 2000s, including “The Next Episode,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Gin and Juice.”

Energetic Lady Antebellum concert highlights Wichita crowd’s moves

It isn’t unusual for performers at Intrust Bank Arena to travel to the back of the venue for a couple of songs.

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