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NPR’s Mountain Stage returned to Ohio University on Sunday, Oct. 14, just a little over a year since the radio show's last Athens visit.
The evening's musical acts included The Lost Brothers, Lucero, Doug Paisley, Sara Watkins and Rodney Crowell. (PHOTOS)
On Saturday, Sept. 22, local singer-songwriter Jesse James Russell performed two sets of original music at Insea Sound Shop in Nelsonville, Ohio, as part of the monthly Blue Room Sessions concert series. On the third Saturday of each month, Insea Sound Shop owner Nick Collura presents a live showcase of local and regional talent at… Read More
Stuart's Opera House's Free Summer Concert Series came to a close on Friday, Sept. 28 with a performance by Athens' own Southeast Engine. As the sun set on Nelsonville's Public Square, the band added to the eerie, yet exciting, atmosphere with its sometimes-dark, Apppalachian-tinged folk-rock. Check out the video above for an excerpt of Southeast… Read More
On Saturday, Sept. 22, Uncle Buck’s Riding Stable and Dance Barn hosted the "Pig Roast and Paddle" fundraising event on behalf of Athens Building Industry Association and Raccoon Creek Partnership. Live music at the event included Albany’s own Rarely Herd as well as electric bluesman Willie Phoenix from Columbus. Though many were in attendance for… Read More
Uncle Buck's Riding Stable will serve up live music and food this Saturday during its first ever Pig Roast and Paddle.
The event, which is a fundraiser for the Raccoon Creek Partnership and the Athens Building Industry Association, includes canoeing on Lake Hope and music from The Rarely Herd and Willie Phoenix.
Thousands of people from around the county, state and nation attended the 14th annual Ohio Pawpaw Festival, held Sept. 14-17 at Lake Snowden in Albany.
The weekend featured dozens of musical acts and pawpaw-related activities, contests and workshops, as seen in these videos, recorded on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Plenty of roots-rock, surf-rock, retro-rock and just plain old rock was on display last night at The Union when Portland, Oregon's Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside held court with support acts Samantha Crain and the The D-Rays. (PHOTOS)
Elliot Nicolson talks with Central Avenue Church Media Director and local musician Jake Householder about Central Venue's performances, potlucks and purpose.
Grüvster, the brainchild of OU alumnus Karl Henkel, is slated to become the newest intuitive music-learning platform on the mobile app market (VIDEO).
On Friday, Aug. 31, Columbus, Ohio's The Spikedrivers performed at the Final Fridays art gala on Nelsonville's Public Square.
Check out a video of the band's performance, plus a photo slideshow of art exhibits at Majestic Galleries, The Paper Circle and Starbrick Galleries.