Jack Skuller releases his first solo album this month, "Draw the Lucky Card." (Erin O'Cowen photo)
It’s been a dozen years since a precocious Jack Skuller of Weehawken released his first single, “Love Is a Drum,” on Hoboken’s Bar-None Records at the ripe old age of
Calling Friday night's Chris Stapleton gig at Xcel Energy Center a country concert is like recognizing Muhammad Ali as only a boxer or Costco as just a store.
There's nothing wrong with a straight-up country concert, mind you. But there was so much more to Stapleton's performance than tw
‘I Love You Jennifer B’ — Jockstrap’s debut is a colorful kaleidoscope of sound
It is difficult to classify or categorize “I Love You Jennifer B,” the debut album from UK duo Jockstrap, as it refuses to fit into any one genre of music. The songs are sporadic, evol
The Kansas City Chiefs have chosen their drum honoree for the Week 5 “Monday Night Football” game against the Las Vegas Raiders at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.
University of Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball head coach and two-time national champion Bill Self will be in the Chie
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA — Practice your jig, don your green and let this year's St. Patrick's Day celebrations begin!
For 2022, the day falls on Thursday, March 17, and events are planned throughout the month throughout communities in the San Diego area.
Peruse Patch's annual St. Pa
Would you like to know the great thing about this community we have here? All the spitballing that goes on every day in the comments, the IO chat rooms, and in the discussion threads of thousands of projects. One of our favorite things about the Hackaday universe is that we help each other out
(SOUNDBITE OF DROP ELECTRIC’S "WAKING UP TO THE FIRE")
Are we in a recession? That is a question we've heard a lot recently on THE INDICATOR.
And in the voice in my brain.
WOODS: Yes - because the data is really confusing. The jobs market has been running really hot, but
Jake Shimabukuro is known as the “Jimi Hendrix of the Ukulele.” He can play nearly any genre, he’s had collaborations with impressive artists, and will play at the Englert on Sept. 21.
Attendees enter Englert Theatre as part of the Mission Creek Festival in Iowa City on Friday, Ap
Guitar Center teamed with the airline to give passengers a special welcome to Hawaii (Credit:Guitar Center)
LONG BEACH, Calif. - There are many ways for airline passengers to get through long-haul flights, but some Southwest fliers didn’t expect a ukulele class.
Known for their inflight mischief designed to make passengers smile, Southwest Airlines outdid themselves this week on a flight to Honolulu.
After boarding the plane in Long Beach, California, flyers were delighted on Friday to find a ukulele waiting for them in their seat.