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Grammy-winning gospel superstar Fred Hammond headlines JoyFest at Kings Dominion. more

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Sister Rosetta Tharpe invented rock ’n’ roll, but it wasn’t enough for Richmond — her chosen home for a decade — to remember her. more

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One Voice Chorus sings songs of justice and spirituality. more

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Former Richmonder and gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe is among the 2018 inductees to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. more

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Singer Joshua Nelson blends gospel sounds with traditional Hebrew prayers and hymns. more

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Onetime Richmonder Sister Rosetta Tharpe is among the 2018 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. more

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Before hitting Capital Ale House Aug. 26, PJ Morton explains how he ended up label mates with Lil’ Wayne, became a member of Maroon 5 and recorded his new CD, “Gumbo.” more

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We talk with veteran soul artist Lee Fields on God, young people, knowing your business and meeting James Brown, before he kicks off Friday Cheers on May 5 more

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In a new book, the granddaughter of “The Gospel Queen of Richmond” reveals Maggie Ingram as a multifaceted woman and savvy professional artist. more

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The Richmond Boys Choir will observe its 20th year with a three-day celebration on Father’s Day weekend, culminating with a Sunday evening performance that’s open to the public. more

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Since taking a break from his four-piece psych-rock band Megafaun in 2012, Phil Cook has produced and played side guy for performers such as Richmond's Matthew E. White. Now he's on tour with a debut solo album. more

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The roots and rise of gospel music in Richmond more

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Gospel musician and composer Cora Harvey Armstrong transformed the worst parts of her life into the best parts of her music. more

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Read our January feature, "Make A Joyful Noise," on the roots and rise of gospel music in Richmond and watch these inspiring gospel performances by local musicians and choirs. more

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Mavis Staples performs at University of Richmond's Camp Concert Hall Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. more

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An up-and-coming Richmond band opens the door to its distinct style of fusion jazz more

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Recorded by inmates in the Powhatan Correctional Center in 1979, Edge of Daybreak’s arresting "Eyes of Love" all but disappeared —until a Chicago-based label discovered it. more

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Acclaimed artists from a variety of genres are slated to lead the fest, which runs Thursday, Aug. 6 through Sunday, Aug. 9 at Maymont. more

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We honor the memory of gospel music legend and Richmond treasure, Maggie Ingram. more

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