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Richmond native Melvin Ragin was a seasoned session musician who recorded with multiple Motown artists. Read more

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An organized jam session finds a place to make noise. Read more

Sunday Story

Imagine our best and loudest, the dear and dearly departed, sharing the stage for a once-in-a-lifetime event, on an impossible bill. Read more

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The case for a Virginia Music Hall of Fame Read more

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A plan for deciding who and what belongs in a Virginia Music Hall of Fame Read more

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The Ghostlight Project, a national movement shining a spotlight on equality issues, manifests locally at several Richmond theaters on Thursday. Read more

Stage & Screen

Wrinkle Neck Mules hit The Broadberry Jan. 13. Read more

Datebook

Noah-O and DJ Mentos conjure up "The Rain" and perform live at Black Iris Gallery this Friday. Read 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. Read more

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Hard Working Americans performs live at Lockn' Music Festival this Saturday, Aug. 27. RVA native and bassist Dave Schools speaks on HWA's latest album, their distinct sound and the band's pretty boys. Read more

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A wide-ranging Q&A with Arrested Development’s co-founder and lead vocalist, Speech. Read more

Arts

Ahead of his appearance at the Richmond Jazz Festival, we talked with the pianist and composer about his current projects, how his hometown of Chicago influenced his earliest recordings, and the complexities of life and humanity woven into his work. Read more

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Classically trained contemporary cellist Okkyung Lee moves with ease from conservatory to rock club, coaxing sounds that can seem abrasive and jarring or smooth and flowing. See her July 27 with Swans at The Broadberry. Read more

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They're classmates and longtime friends, and now old enough to tour the U.S. bars in their kilts. You'll be hear them in Carytown and around town — and probably for blocks before you catch sight them. Read more

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The Americana group’s newest album, “Medicine,” is retrospective, with emotional lyrics and a bluesy slant. They play tonight, June 24, at Friday Cheers, after Major and the Monbacks. Read more

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Kurt Vile and The Violators bring the mellow gold to Friday Cheers on June 10 Read more

Datebook

Expect the unexpected when Richmond-based jazz fusion band Doors Wide Open records its debut album live at the legendary In Your Ear studios on June 18. Read more

Datebook

"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. Read more

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Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats play Innsbrook After Hours, June 8 at 6 p.m. Read 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. Read more

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