As City and Colour, Canadian songwriter Dallas Green proved he could write compelling, confessional style material using mostly his guitar and voice. On his new album “If I Should Go Before You” he puts it all together with a full band, showing a lot more depth and varietyRead more
Art is everywhere in Hampton Roads. Peek around an alleyway in the downtown arts district of Norfolk to find murals depicting the city’s underground history, drive towards the oceanfront of Virginia Beach to see wildly creative public art or cross a bridge and tunnel to discover some of the areas hidden gems on the Peninsula. What do the seven cities of Hampton Roads all have in common? A burgeoning art scene that is showing no signs of slowing.
Blitzen Trapper’s music has gone through a wide variety of style shifts over eight albums and their new one, “All Across This Land” synthesizes those divergent genres into one cohesive sound, rock and roll with a lot of heartRead more
Which party will control the Virginia Senate after the Nov. 3 general election? On October 5, a debate was held a Christopher Newport University featuring Majority Leader Tommy Norment (R) and Minority Leader Dick Saslaw (D) with a goal of explaining to the public why voters should give their party the majority. Thursday, October 8, Noon on 89.5 WHRVFMRead more
New Order has come back to claim the mantle of originators of the style they single handedly created. In the ten years since their last album the electronic dance music genre has taken most of the elements of their classic recordings brought them into the future.Read more
As one of rock and roll’s founding fathers, 71 year old Keith Richards has nothing to prove, and that lack of pressure is what makes "Crosseyed Heart," his first solo album in 23 years so endearingRead more