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Sounds of summer: An eclectic mix
SAM OWENS | Gazette-Mail
Sounds of summer: An eclectic mix

You love music? We love music.

Best Bet - At the Glass
Best Bet - At the Glass

Megan Jean and the KFB, or the Klay Family Band, bring their demented blend of Americana, punk, dance, and the avant-garde that they’ve taken to describing as, “a metal band, if it was 1927,” to the Empty Glass, 410 Elizabeth St., ...

Best Bet - Toothless Ruth fundraiser
Best Bet - Toothless Ruth fundraiser

The hard partying rock ‘n’ roll band Toothless Ruth is featured in a fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, starting at 10 p.m. on Saturday at the Raw Bar, 3110 Sissonville Dr., Sissonville. Call 304-340-9078.

Sounds of summer
Sounds of summer

There is so much good music out there. You can find it on the radio and the TV. It's...

Get your firework fix here: when and where
Get your firework fix here: when and where

Friday

n Haddad Riverfront Park, Charleston. Following Live on the Levee (9:30-ish).

n Beckley/Raleigh County Convention Center, 200 Armory Drive, Beckley. 9:30 p.m.

Saturday (Fourth of July)

n Appalachian Power Park,...

Shots from the Bar: July 1, 2015
Shots from the Bar: July 1, 2015

Just because Charleston’s all-singing, all-dancing, all-artsy FestivALL has concluded another successful year, that doesn’t mean it’s quieting down. There’s people at the ballpark, in the bars and on the streets....

In Short, July 2-8, 2015: Lambert/Shelton at Greenbrier Classic; Jerry Run summer music; All Good returns to WV

Greenbrier Classic music

Country music stars Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are featured this Friday as part of the Greenbrier Classic PGA golf tournament, with Lambert taking the stage at 8 p.m. and Shelton at 9:30 p.m....

What’s brewing at FestivALL this week?
What’s brewing at FestivALL this week?

With the second weekend of FestivALL, arts and activities in Charleston don't slow down but kick into higher gear.

Here's a round up of things to look into or check out.

For more information, visit www.festivallcharleston....

‘Keys to the city’: Painted pianos strike an interactive note around Charleston
‘Keys to the city’: Painted pianos strike an interactive note around Charleston

His invitation was subtle.

After John Smithson picked up a few groceries at The Purple Onion, he took a seat at the open piano — placed next to rows of flowers and boxes of fresh squash...

Not a story about a horn
Not a story about a horn

A guitar player or a banjo picker will sometimes have a story about how they came into their instrument. 

Some string players can get very particular about where their instrument comes from or how it was made. They have epic stories about how...

Chris Stapleton: Certified coalfield country boy
Chris Stapleton: Certified coalfield country boy

Songwriters go to Nashville by the thousands every year. Many of them pick up day jobs at Kmart or delivering pizzas to help pay the bills while they navigate the city looking for their big break — many, but not all.

“Yeah, I never ...

Charleston Light Opera Guild presents ‘La Cage aux Folles’
Charleston Light Opera Guild presents ‘La Cage aux Folles’

As an actor, having the ability to connect with your character is key to a successful performance.

Mark Parsons-Justice, who plays Georges in the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s upcoming production of the Broadway musical “La Cage...

A return visit from Parker Millsap
A return visit from Parker Millsap

Yes, Oklahoma native Parker Millsap has been this way before and who knows, might come back again.

He likes return visits.

“I’m excited to see a bunch of places this summer,” he said.

“We did a lot in the...

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