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The Violent Femmes and Echo & the Bunnymen come together at The National July 23. more


Natalie Prass brings her future and past to The Broadberry June 3. more


A new documentary from VCU students takes a clean look at Richmond's straight-edge community. more


An overview of the season’s hottest tickets more

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Singer Saw Black has a new “Water Tower” and a long-range plan. more


Beloved by music purists and record collectors, Bettye LaVette was comparatively little known next to her peers Aretha Franklin and Diana Ross. more

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Victor Wooten crosses genres — and disciplines — in his life as a musician. more


The authors of a book on the iconic comic strip, speaking at VCU's Cabell Library April 2, explore its mystique. more


Guitarist Gary Lucas provides a live soundtrack for works in the James River Film Festival. more


Virginia Voice debuts live audio description for the visually impaired. more


The singer-songwriter visits Richmond on a tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of his Grammy-winning self-titled debut album. more


The art of making a documentary film more

Stage & Screen

The 2nd Street Festival turns 30 this year. How does it all happen? more


Awareness Art Ensemble brought island vibes to Richmond. more

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Richmond is full of people striving to make this a better place to live, work and play. Here are five who made an impact in 2017 and five to watch in 2018. more

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John Prine, an outlaw elder statesman among singer-songwriters, comes to the Altria Theater Nov. 11. more


J.D. Souther takes the stage at The Beacon Theatre Nov. 9. more


The soul singer tells why she refuses to mix gospel with rhythm and blues during her performances and what she really thinks of Mick Jagger. more

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Strange Matter welcomes Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Oct. 23. more


The Foo Fighters return to Richmond with a concert at the Coliseum Oct. 14. more


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