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Upcoming concerts (Feb. 7)

12th Planet, Thursday, Cotillion ($15-$18, www.thecotillion.com)

Paramount to bring 1980s to the Cotillion

Paramount, a popular 1980s tribute band from Salina, will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Cotillion, 11121 W. Kellogg. The group, which travels around the region, features Eddie Light and Kristi Gray on vocals and covers ’80s hits from bands such as Journey, Joan Jett and Pat Benatar. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For tickets, visit www.thecotillion.com or call 316-722-4201.

Veteran Broadway tenors to perform with symphony

Three superstars with velvet voices were brought together because of the iconic role of the Phantom. Although they performed the part with different casts and during different decades, these three Broadway stars mastered the difficult role. This Saturday, three highly-revered tenors will join the Wichita Symphony Orchestra for a musical extravaganza.

Upcoming Wichita-area concerts (Jan. 30)

The Duttons, Tuesday, Cotillion ($32, www.thecotillion.com)

Motley Crue brings ‘Final Tour’ to Wichita’s Intrust Bank Arena on July 12; Alice Cooper to open

Rock band Motley Crue is making Wichita a stop on for “The Final Tour,” Intrust Bank Arena officials announced Tuesday.

Country singer Kenny Rogers to perform at Orpheum Theatre on May 8

Country legend Kenny Rogers will perform at the Orpheum Theatre on May 8, the venue announced Monday morning.

Lack of funds could sink European trip invitation for Wichita State orchestra

Wichita State University’s basketball players aren’t the only Shockers performing at a high level.

Rock & Worship Roadshow headliner Skillet says success raises stakes

When Skillet’s 2010 album, “Awake,” became the band’s first million-selling CD, it changed a host of things for the group – now one of the most popular acts in Christian music – beginning with the size of its audience and size of its shows.

Go Concerts (Jan. 24, 2014)

WWE Live, Feb. 1, Intrust Bank Arena ($17-$97, www.selectaseat.com)

Casey Donahew Band to perform Friday at Cotillion

It’s a producer’s era, but don’t tell the Casey Donahew Band. The raw country-rock act, which will perform Friday at the Cotillion, is solid in the studio but must be experienced live to be fully understood. Donahew and his bandmates exude considerable energy and are adept at connecting with an audience.

Blues Ball features Anthony Gomes

The Wichita Blues Society will be hosting its 16th annual Blues Ball on Saturdayat the Cotillion.

Sorry, Katy Perry fans, her new tour isn’t stopping in Wichita

Pop superstar Katy Perry announced the North American dates for her sure-to-sell-out Prismatic World Tour tour on Wednesday. And Wichita ... didn’t make the list.

Gordon Lightfoot to perform at Orpheum Theatre on March 19

Legendary folk singer Gordon Lightfoot will perform at the Orpheum Theatre on March 19, the venue officials announced Monday.

Country singer Brantley Gilbert to perform at Intrust Bank Arena in May

Country singer Brantley Gilbert will bring his “Let it Ride” tour to Intrust Bank Arena on May 17, venue officials announced this afternoon.

Opera stars Samuel Ramey, Alan Held to join Wichita State music faculty

Samuel Ramey and Alan Held, international opera stars who have performed with the best musicians in the best music palaces in the world, have joined the Wichita State University music faculty, WSU officials announced Tuesday.

The Lacs to bring ‘hick-hop’ to Cotillion on Saturday

Originality is in short supply in the music world. Give the Lacs credit for coming up with their “hick-hop.” Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and Brian “Rooster” King combined Southern rap and Southern rock with some country thrown in for good measure.

Stiefel adds Rob Thomas concert to 2014 lineup

The Stiefel Theatre in Salina added a concert by singer Rob Thomas to its concert list this week.

Blues society’s youth jam aims to instill musical storytelling

Blues is all about telling a story with music; it’s a vehicle for expression, for interpreting feeling, and it’s a form in which the rules aren’t as set in stone as other music forms.

Go! Night List (Jan. 3, 2014)

Deano’s Grill & Tapworks, a new sports bar at 9747 E. 21st St. becoming known for its live music, has two bands lined up for this weekend – and admission is free. On Friday night, guitarist Gary Powell will perform. Then on Saturday, popular local musicians Uche and Jerimiah Johnsen will take the stage. Both shows start at 9 p.m. For more information, call 316-977-7107.

Upcoming concerts

Visit events.kansas.com for additional information on upcoming entertainment options – including concerts, music events and festivals – in the Wichita area and beyond.

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