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After 50 years, this band still grooves. Read more

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The leader of the indie pop-soul band promises an energetic Richmond return. Read more

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Spencer and the HITmakers perform at Capital Ale House Jan. 13. Read more

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For Carlene Carter, making music her own way is a family tradition. Read more

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Enjoy vocal power in a variety of musical flavors Sept. 11 at the Altria Theater with "Sisters United: It's Our Time." Read more

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A symphonic tribute to The Purple One comes to the Altria Theater Sept. 9. Read 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.” Read more

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Catch up with the Leesburg-born band ahead of their closeout performance at Friday Cheers on June 30. 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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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 Read more

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Jackson Ward hosts more than 100 musicians and singers for the fourth annual Mozart Festival April 23. Read more

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Richmond musician, DJ and author Michael “Mikemetic” Williams releases his first volume of thought-provoking, community-conscious poetry, "Hood Haiku." Read more

Arts

RVATRACK film collective captures rising local artists and documents Richmond’s evolving music scene. Read more

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A conversation with legendary soul man Roy C ahead of his show in Richmond April 15 Read more

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Manchester High School and James Madison University graduate Jamie Brindle has a homecoming Saturday, when he'll screen his short film at the 2017 Richmond International Film Festival. Read more

Stage & Screen

The New Stew pays homage to Bill Withers live at Capital Ale House Richmond Jan. 27. Read more

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Wrinkle Neck Mules hit The Broadberry Jan. 13. 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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The Lumineers’ lead vocalist and guitarist sheds light on the group’s songwriting process and their newest album, “Cleopatra,” writing songs for the silver screen, and his appreciation for Richmond’s music community. Read more

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Allow them to re-introduce themselves: See Big Mama Shakes in concert at The Broadberry on Sat., Aug. 20 Read more

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