HUNTINGTON — Since the late 1990s, the Georgia-based group Perpetual Groove has weathered hiatuses, pandemics and personnel changes to maintain their well-earned spot in the jam-band world. Long-time band members Brock Butler (guitar), Adam Perry (bass), and keyboardist Matt McDonald are sti…
Millions of people picked up hobbies at the start of the pandemic. They took up baking. They jumped on bicycles. They planted a garden.
Aleksandr Haskin, principal flutist of Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, will perform a recital with Marshall University professor of piano Henning Vauth at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 16, in Smith Recital Hall on the campus of Marshall University. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
It wasn’t Shinedown’s favorite night on the road.
Yung Gravy with special guest DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip, Wilson Fairchild and the Buckin'B Bull Ride join the 2023 State Fair of West Virginia concert lineup.
Dru Hill will be the headline performer for the 2023 Juneteenth Celebration at the State Capitol Complex.
Musician Philip Bowen is a West Virginia native who chose to leave his home to find success and raise his family elsewhere, only to appreciate his Mountain State upbringing more and more as time goes by.
If you have ever been on a road trip outside of West Virginia, a quick scan through the available FM stations will often lead you to the familiar refrains of the Mountain Stage radio show.
Logan County native Kate Boytek will release her first single, “Hell or High Water” at noon, Sunday Oct. 30 at Fife Street Brewing in Charleston.
“The Judds: The Final Tour” is making a stop at the Charleston Coliseum on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Matching up a new conductor with a new orchestra can sound a little like dating. At least, guest conductor Janna Hymes made it sound like that.
“Mountain Stage” brings its last show in Charleston for the next month to the Culture Center Sunday night.
Country group Home Free brings it signature vocal style to the Charleston Coliseum Theater 8 p.m. Friday.
Country star Lee Brice brings his “Label Me Proud” tour 7 p.m. Thursday to Mountain Health Arena in Huntington.
Sierra Ferrell is a truly unique talent, following a path of musicality that has roots in the distant past yet sounds fresh during these troubled times.
Best known for “Some Kind of Wonderful,” the feel-good hit he penned more than 50 years ago that put Grand Funk Railroad on track for a chart-topping hit, John Ellison is creating a new stir from a different direction with “Wake Up Call (Black Like Me).”
Songwriter, playwright and painter Billy Edd Wheeler isn’t a household name, but the 87-year-old Whitesville native has left a big impression, both in West Virginia and beyond.
It’s been a long time since a West Virginian has been awarded a National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, an honor given to artists for their contributions to folk and traditional arts.
Charleston’s Fund for the Arts will host its annual Wine & Jazz Music Festival at 6 p.m. Saturday, but like almost every other FestivALL event, it’s going to be online.
While concerts and festivals through most of the summer are canceled or postponed, the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra is still going forward with plans for its 2020-2021 season.
Rock icon Robert Plant’s latest project Saving Grace headlines Mountain Stage on May 17 at the Clay Center.
The Clay Center has announced the lineup for its Spring 2020 Sound Checks series.
When he gets home, ukulele phenom Jake Shimabukuro likes to play clubs around Honolulu.
The wildfires that burned for months in Australia are finally contained, but when Aodhan King, of Hillsong Young and Free, was home in Sydney just a few weeks ago, they weren’t.