With strains of Americana, country, rock, rap and bluegrass music, environmental advocates hope to generate waves of interest and support for the Tennessee River.
Tennessee Riverkeeper, a nonprofit environmental group, will hold Downstream, a virtual concert fundraiser on Saturday. The concert will feature award-winning musicians including Jason Isbell, Lyle Lovett, Mac McAnally, Patterson Hood, Claire Lynch and Jackson Browne.
Tonight's performance of Calhoun Community College's "Two Gentlemen of Verona" is canceled due to weather. Originally scheduled to open Wednesday, the musical will open Friday at 7 p.m. at the Alabama Center for the Arts in downtown Decatur.
Early in the morning on Jan. 20, U.S. Army Master Sgt. Jason Sanders dressed in his overcoat with brass buttons, red cap and white gloves and headed to work at the U.S. Capitol — to perform during the inauguration of President Joe Biden.
Wrapping his foot around the long swath of blue silk hanging from the ceiling, Mannie Galen climbed up the fabric, twisting and turning into gymnastic positions.
NEW YORK — Chick Corea, a towering jazz pianist with a staggering 23 Grammy Awards who pushed the boundaries of the genre and worked alongside Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, has died. He was 79.
For years, the cardboard box Max Hirshfeld’s mother gave him before her death sat undisturbed in his closet. In 2004, Hirshfeld opened the box.
LAS VEGAS — Mary Wilson, one of the original members of the Supremes, the 1960s group that helped establish the Motown sound and propelled Diana Ross to superstardom, has died. She was 76.
It's one of the great Hollywood ironies that Christopher Plummer didn't like the film that made him a legend. He was an actor's actor and had cut his teeth doing Shakespeare. "The Sound of Music," he thought, was sentimental shlock. And he wasn't alone — reviews at the time were famously ter…
NASHVILLE — A new museum two decades in the making is telling the interconnected story of Black musical genres through the lens of American history.
NASHVILLE — Hall of Fame songwriter Jim Weatherly, who wrote "Midnight Train to Georgia" and other hits for Gladys Knight, Glen Campbell and Ray Price, has died. He was 77.