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We talk with No BS! Brass Band trombonist Bryan Hooten ahead of the group's 10th anniversary concert at The Broadberry on Saturday. more

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As Richmond musicians gain national play, those working in the music industry here say it would take building a stronger support system to lift the city’s profile. A few entrepreneurs are aiming to do just that. more

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Singer Tony Jackson got hooked on Nashville while living in Spain more

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The Suffers play Friday Cheers on Brown’s Island on June 17 more

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Friday Cheers' RVA Music Night returns on May 27th with Natalie Prass more

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Now in their fifth year, the Richmond-based Southern Belles are venturing into new territory on tour, heading south to Florida for the first time with a new drummer. more

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Richmond's independent radio station celebrates its birthday with a night of music and comedy, including Lucy Dacus, Brunswick, Manzara, The Cheats Movement, Afro-Zen Allstars, comedian Sarah Ahmed and more acts. more

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Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats will be coming to Richmond and playing the National with Big Mama Shakes. more

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Avers’ new EP, available Friday, is a collection of songs that emerged from an intimate writing and recording session, but didn’t fit the Richmond band’s next album, due to come out in 2016. more

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Now out on Seattle’s Ladies Choice Records, the Richmond-based world music and jazz collective's "X Years" release is "music for the mind, booty and spirit!" says founding member Tim Harding. more

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"Bass Knuckles" is the No BS! Brass Band's latest recording and, true to form, experiments and creates worlds within the sounds. more

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The Dads release party for Redemption, their first album in 30 years, is set for Nov. 27 at the Canal Club. more

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Listen in on local fusion jazz band Doors Wide Open's rehearsal more

Look back with us: it's March 2003 in Richmond, and Bruce Springsteen is about to play the Coliseum more

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Our senior art director Justin Vaughan captured the sound, the fury and the fun at the 6th annual GWAR-B-Q. more

A compilation of events, music, exhibitions and stage performances throughout Richmond in August more

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‘Slave Pit’ boss Bob Gorman chronicles 30 years of world-destroying mayhem more

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Tune in for the Best of Richmond Special on ABC 8News on Friday, August 14, at 8 p.m. more

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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