A new PBS documentary series focusing on country music will feature the Bristol Sessions, and a road show promoting it will kick off in Bristol.
Whether he’s dipping back into his rhyme-spitting days with DC Talk or grooving on more recent pulsing pop numbers, TobyMac always has something to say.
It took traveling halfway around the world for indie rock band Colin Phils, which performs at Rivermont Pizza this Friday, to come together.
What do you get when you channel the post-punk music of a millennial’s middle school days with a ton of hyped-up, garage band energy?
“We feel like we’re working harder now than we were before,” Sarah McCombie said. “But we’re working towards something more exciting and life-giving to us. We’re constantly talking about how grateful we are that we get to do this and that we’re able to take advantage of this season to make it happen.”
New York City may have been the epicenter of the American folk music revival in the ’50s and early ’60s, but there was less of it in Matthew and Nathan Corrigan’s home in Allegany County, New York.
It’s a bit of a head scratching-moment for new audience members when La Terza Classe begins a set.
Bob Dylan’s Never Ending Tour is in its 30th year.
Growing up, high school battle of the bands rivals turned folk-rock friends Ryan Green and Cameron Hood had two different approaches to electric guitar.
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LONDON — Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor announced that she has converted to Islam and changed her name to Shuhada', saying her decision was "the natural conclusion of any intelligent theologian's journey."
Growing up, Lynchburg’s favorite son Phil Vassar would listen to Roy Clark, Ella Fitzgerald and the Statler Brothers.
As country and bluegrass statesman Ricky Skaggs stood on the side of the stage waiting to be announced as a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame’s 2018 induction class, he noticed a larger-than-life photo of Jimmie Rodgers, the Father of Country Music.
For his sixth birthday, Rayland Baxter remembers receiving a Megadeth CD from a friend of his father’s, well-known musician Bucky Baxter.
Whether it’s writing songs, singing lead or playing instruments, the ladies of Boston-based folk trio Lula Wiles share everything.
It all started with a cigar and a campfire.
Twenty-four year-old Aretha Franklin took Otis Redding's "Respect" and made that song her own. She demanded respect. “All I’m asking,” she shouted, but make no mistake — Aretha was not pleading. She was telling. Her version was all independence, no reliance. And she didn’t sound like a woman who would take no for an answer.