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Songstress Regina Belle performs at Main Street Station Nov. 16. Read more

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Jazz singer Jazzmeia Horn performs at the University of Richmond Nov. 1. Read more

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Smooth groovers Pieces of a Dream visit The Tin Pan Aug. 25. Read more

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After 50 years, this band still grooves. Read more

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Lady Moon & the Eclipse bring the cosmos to The Camel. Read more

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Kamasi Washington lands at The National on Nov. 14. Read more

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The case for a Virginia Music Hall of Fame Read more

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Vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater takes a big bite out of Memphis. Read more

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Berklee College of Music-trained harpist Charles Overton’s interest in and devotion to his instrument originated in Richmond. Read more

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

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

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Veteran studio guitarist Larry Carlton is playing his own tune now. Read more

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Virginians who shaped the development of jazz as an American art form will be featured in an exhibition, “Virginia Jazz: The Early Years,” at The Valentine. Read more

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This year’s Richmond Jazz Festival commences Aug. 10 at Maymont, featuring a host of musical royalty. Read more

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Before their show at The Camel on Friday, listen to and learn from the jazz/hip-hop/soul groove of Chicago players Sidewalk Chalk. Read more

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The saxophonist shares memories of His Royal Badness. Read more

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Author Brendan Wolfe’s “Finding Bix” reveals a jazz legend and his continuing influence on popular music. Read more

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To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first jazz recording in style, the Community Idea Stations will host the Sound of Swing Dance Party at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25. Read more

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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. Read more

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