When Irish singer Chloe Agnew was 14 years old, she was asked to sing at a show called "Celtic Woman." "It was supposed to be a one-night special," she said. "Before we knew it, it took off."
In these changing times, it’s nice to have fixed points in our lives such as timeless music and the triumph of seeing historic homes being preserved. Both of these pleasures come to us Tuesday with a program on Jacksonville’s Ten Oaks and a JSU/Community concert featuring Beethoven’s best-kn…
Tim McDonald is a singer/songwriter based in Nashville who has worked with some of the biggest names in music, from Blake Shelton to Olivia Newton-John.
Fulbright scholar and jazz musician Eli Ponder-Twardy has returned home to Calhoun County with the hope of enhancing the culture of music and the arts for his fellow Southerners.
If imitation is truly the sincerest form of flattery, then Paul McCartney should be very flattered, indeed. Such is the case with "The McCartney Years," a musical revue dedicated to all things Paul, including his work with the Beatles and his band Wings.
Three Dog Night might be known for bringing "Joy to the World," but founder Danny Hutton is adamant about reminding the audience of the classic rock band’s expansive song catalog when he’s onstage.
We’ll benefit from the musical imaginations of famous composers and accomplished musicians in two concerts at Anniston churches. Today at 4 p.m. at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Charles Kennedy will give an organ concert. (The concert was rescheduled from last week due to incleme…
The Jacksonville Public Library is bringing people and information together in a new and different way with a series of four Saturday workshops called "Adulting 101."
Editor's note: Due to inclement weather, the organ concert by George M. Kennedy has been rescheduled for Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels.
What’s in a name? If you’re Shakespeare, the idea of names might seem a bit silly, but if you’re in a band, it’s a make-or-break situation.
“Let Heaven and Nature String,” the group’s annual Christmas concert, will be Saturday at 5 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Ashland.
There’s already a feeling around town that only the holidays can bring. The performing arts, including sacred music and a comedy with gospel music, help express this excitement and celebration. Hear the words and songs in these presentations and make them your own.
Throughout his life, legendary singer Marvin Gaye’s No. 1 form of expression was music, from his early Motown days with finger-snapping tracks like "Can I Get A Witness?" and "Pride and Joy," into his lovebird years with duet partner Tammi Terrell, to introspective moments in "What’s Going O…