Lucinda Williams is experiencing a very prolific time in her life, despite this being the fourth decade of her career. “The Ghosts of Highway 20” is a double album follow up to a double album from 2014 that won her a Grammy award

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Whom do we thank for this delightful musical coincidence? Apollo? The Muse Eurtepe? Perhaps Saint Cecilia?  

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We continue our five-part series on the Oscar-nominated scores for 2015, featuring one of the nominees each week until the Academy Awards are presented in late February.

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The Tedeschi Trucks Band got rave reviews playing a tribute to Joe Cocker and his Mad Dogs and Englishmen Tour at the Lokken Festival last summer, now they’ve taken that same vibe and applied it to their own songs on "Let Me Get By," their third studio album

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As the Virginia Arts Festival and Seven Venues prepares for their upcoming production, Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage on February 9 at Chrysler Hall, WHRO producer, Danny Epperson shares how this franchise shaped a philosophy for his life.

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This week, we begin our series on the Oscar-nominated scores for 2015, featuring one of the nominees each week until the Academy Awards are presented in late February.

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Feral Conservatives describe themselves this way... a mandolin based indie-rock-post-garage-pre-folk-mid-noise band. If that sounds like a lot of contradictions it's because that’s what this Virginia Beach trio is all about; pointing out the dualities of life

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250 years ago, a child in Salzburg, Austria started making music. Though his life was cut tragically short, by the time of his death at age of 35, he had produced a body of work that is marked by some of greatest musical masterpieces ever conceived.

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There’s a note on the cover of Dylan Lablanc’s third album that says “this record is enjoyed properly at maximum volume.” Which is ironic because “Cautionary Tale” is a languid, acoustic, melodic exercise in country soul for which volume is never an issue.

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