Fort Wayne Musicians

Courtesy/Botanical Conservatory

Each Friday evening in August, Fort Wayne's Botanical Conservatory is inviting the community to grab a lawn chair, settle in, and enjoy music that's fun and funky, creative, and upbeat.

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There's a brand new, two-day event taking shape for September you'll likely want to put on your radar, and its bound to be making some waves.

Mandie Kolkman

This Sunday afternoon, beginning at one o'clock, The Philmore on Broadway and Soirée invite you to celebrate music, art, cuisine, and a grand old part of Fort Wayne, with the inaugural "Broadway Street Stroll."

Courtesy/Jay Carroll

Music and "music art" are a natural pairing, and beginning this Friday, Fort Wayne's Guitar Center is inaugurating a series of exhibits in its new gallery space that celebrates both.

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Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana are gearing up for their third annual Living Fort Wayne Concert Series, which kicks off at Headwaters Park West on Wednesday, June 1st.

Bob Roets

Since its launch in 2008, National Record Store Day has grown nearly tenfold, and this year's celebration on Saturday promises to be bigger and better than ever.

Adam Garland

Fort Wayne's local music scene is an active one, and an agency called Soirée is dedicated to bringing more of that music to Northeast Indiana.

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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, love is in the air -- and love songs are in the heart.

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Fort Wayne's singer/songwriter Ty Causey has a new soulful CD for the holidays, called Christmas Flow.

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Jug bands were a turn-of-the-20th-century American invention, popular for their mix of traditional and homemade instruments, and of course, their jug players.

While the genre is far less likely to be in the spotlight today, one Fort Wayne band is determined to keep the custom alive and well.

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