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Known for her role on the ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs,” Hayley Orrantia visits The Camel on her “Strong, Sweet and Southern Tour.” more

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Like her famous father, Antonia Bennett interprets American standards — and puts her heart into it. more

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Rick Springfield and Richard Marx perform in a double bill at Dominion Arts Center's Carpenter Theatre Jan. 22. more

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"America’s Songwriter" Jimmy Webb, known for hits like “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “Wichita Lineman” and “Galveston,” stops in town June 18 for a solo performance at the Henrico Theatre. more

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The "Purple Rain" singer was found dead in his home on April 21, his publicist confirmed. Richmond writers, musicians, artists and fans share their memories of the superstar and why his musical legacy will never be forgotten. more

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The four-piece, jazz-influenced act is touring to promote the new album “Side Pony,” released in February. We caught up with lead vocalist Rachael Price to ask about the album, her performance at Lockn' last year and how to eat pizza in Richmond. more

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How does Edwin McCain feel about hearing his 1998 hit "I'll Be" performed by "American Idol" contestants? We caught up with him recently to ask this very question and a few more before his show at Capital Ale House Music Hall on Friday. more

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Marshall Crenshaw, who grew up in Detroit and caught his big break portraying John Lennon in "Beatlemania," has a career's worth of pop gems awaiting rediscovery – from “Cynical Girl” to “We’re Gonna Shake Up Their Minds” to “This Street.” more

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Suzanne Vega, whose '80s hits like "Tom's Diner" and "99.9F" are still spinning in our heads, brings her tour to Richmond on Nov. 20. She fills us in on her upcoming projects, including an updated play about Southern Gothic novelist Carson McCullers. more

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The untold story behind Richmond’s Whole Darn Family and one of hip-hop’s most enduring samples more

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The funk lives on through Whole Darn Family's bass player Woudy Hughes, whose signature bass riff gives many popular rap songs their backbone. more

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