Mobile enjoys its music, and you can find just about any type of music you desire, from jazz to funk, hip-hop, country, and rock and roll.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp is unlike any other band camp on the planet. There you play out rock and roll fantasies with real rock stars
What do Ray Charles, Johnny Mercer, Gladys Knight, Travis Tritt, Indigo Girls, Otis Redding, R.E.M., Usher, and The Allman Brothers Band have in common? They’re all from Georgia and have been inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and they, along with other artists whose careers are tied to Georgia and its music, are […]
The Museum at Bethel Woods recounts the history of the 1960s, and the political, cultural, and musical transformations that took place…
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The Crooked Road, winding through Southwest Virginia, is an experience in music traditions passed down for generations. There are nine major venues plus numerous affiliated venues, jam sessions, and festivals throughout the region.
A visit to O’ahu is a chance to experience an amazing musical culture and learn techniques unique to Hawaiian styles of music. Live performances abound on the island, from strummers hanging out on Waikiki beach, to performances in a wide variety of venues featuring Hawaii’s best talents. Music makers are friendly and always willing to talk and answer questions about their music.
Michael Barrett and Leslie Tomkins readily admit there was a somewhat selfish reason for founding a music festival in Moab, Utah, 22 years ago. For about six months prior to their visit to Moab, the couple had already been discussing the possibility of starting another music festival. Barrett, a classical pianist from New York City, had founded the New York Festival of Song about two years prior.