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Blues acts, harmonica demonstrations and music competitions are on tap for the third annual Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Arts Festival, taking place Friday, Aug. 24 and Saturday, Aug. 25 in Huntington, W.Va. Located at Huntington's Heritage Station, the festival celebrates and honors legendary blues singer and West Virginia native "Diamond Teeth" Mary Smith McClain…. Read More
WOUB's Mark Hellenberg recently welcomed Austin, Tx., singer-songwriter Graham Weber, who performed songs from his most recent release, Women.
John Jagos, a.k.a. Brothertiger, has been a staple in the Athens music scene for nearly four years.
However, with almost 4,500 ‘likes’ on Facebook, and European and U.S. tours under his belt, Jagos has garnered a worldwide following and seems poised for the big leagues.
The 14th annual Athens Community Music Festival took place Saturday, Aug. 14, with 34 local bands performing at six uptown venues.
View a photo slideshow and listen to audio from the evening's festivities.
This Saturday, Athens will temporarily wake from its summer slumber when 34 local bands raise the volume–and money–for a good cause.
Now in its 14th year, the Athens Community Music Festival will feature over eight hours of homegrown music at six uptown venues.
Live music fans, outdoor recreation types and craft beer aficionados are expected to gather in Marietta this weekend for the second annual Rivers, Trails, and Ales festival. The non-profit festival spans the entire weekend, from Thursday, Aug. 9 through Sunday, Aug. 12, celebrating the wealth of outdoor-adventures Marietta has to offer, as well as local… Read More
Footage of the Chicago-based reggae group performing the Bob Marley classic "Stir It Up" in Pomeroy on Friday, Aug. 3
Photos and audio of Nelsonville's July 27 Final Fridays event, featuring music from The Hackensaw Boys and images of the various art galleries and exhibitions around the Public Square.
Nelsonville's Final Fridays gallery hop takes place this Friday, July 27 on the historic Public Square, featuring art exhibitions, live music, children’s activities and even some arm mud wrestling.
Stuat's Opera House will host Charlottesville, Va. band The Hackensaw Boys on Friday, July 27.
The free show is part of Final Fridays, the monthly art gallery hop on Nelsonville's Public Square.