Let's take a musical road trip through the American South. Think of yourself crowded into the back of the car, next to the guitar case. The driver is Rosanne Cash, whose new album was inspired by her Southern travels in the Mississippi Valley.

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When musician Skye Zentz wrote the song “The Tide,” little did she know about the years of activity this one song about the city of Norfolk would bring.

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Sufjan Stevens' sparse, new album "Carrie & Lowell" is named after his mother and stepfather and is a brilliant examination of his complicated relationship with them written shortly after her death in 2012.

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We ask who your favorite clasical compositions are and you have been telling us. Several hundred of you in fact.

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Once again, the Marsalis Jazz Train with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra rolls back into Hampton Roads April 12th for two shows, 4PM and 7PM - at the Attucks Theater in Norfolk.

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The first year of a band can be an exciting period of time.  The bandmates learn each other’s musical tastes and abilities, and they experiment with new sounds to find what fits them as a whole.

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Fresh off his acclaimed, groundbreaking Interstellar score, Hans Zimmer is back with music for another vision of the future.

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Laura Marling’s “Short Movie” resulted from time spent away from her native Britain, wandering anonymously around the U.S.

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There is perhaps no more thrilling sound in music than a crescendo on a mighty pipe organ— the sound fills your chest and takes your breath away.

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