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  • Annapolis Summer Garden's again steps outside theatrical box

    Annapolis Summer Garden's again steps outside theatrical box
    Anne Arundel has major cause for celebration in the 50th season of the outdoor Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre. At the historic former Colonial blacksmith's shop at 143 Compromise St., across from City Dock, the challenges of presenting 50 seasons under...
  • Singer John Michael Coppola still has 'Jersey' on his mind

    Singer John Michael Coppola still has 'Jersey' on his mind
    What started out as a fundraiser for his son's preschool has turned into a one-man show for John Michael Coppola. The singer performs his show, "A Jersey Voice: Sinatra to Springsteen and Everyone in Between" May 17. The 6 p.m. performance takes place...
  • Blues along the Bay: Buddy Guy, Gregg Allman top Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival

    After a year's hiatus, the Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival returns to Sandy Point State Park this weekend, with blues legends Gregg Allman and Buddy Guy topping the bills of the event. Allman, a founder of the seminal Allman Brothers Band, will close...
  • Blues guitarist B.B. King dies at 89

    Blues guitarist B.B. King dies at 89
    B.B. King, the singer and guitarist who put the blues in a three-piece suit and took the musical genre from the barrooms and back porches of the Mississippi Delta to Carnegie Hall and the world's toniest concert stages with a signature style emulated by...
  • Israeli Jazz Fest kicks off with smart new music from Scheffer

    Israeli Jazz Fest kicks off with smart new music from Scheffer
    If the rest of the Israeli Jazz & World Music Festival proves as innovative, provocative and alluring as Thursday night's opener, there will be fine listening ahead. At first glance, Tammy Scheffer's Morning Bound looked to be a trio, the vocalist-...
  • Salonen, CSO plumb depths of Debussy's elusive score

     Salonen, CSO plumb depths of Debussy's elusive score
    You had to feel for Esa-Pekka Salonen. The dynamic Finnish conductor was preparing to lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's first-ever performances of Debussy's "Pelleas et Melisande" – already a formidable task, given the daunting demands this...
  • Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage

    Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage
    Two-time Grammy nominee Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis tonight for an evening of jumpin' jazz and smoky cabaret ballads along with plenty of spicy Brazilian and Latin rhythms to stretch and soothe away the stress of a long work...
  • Virginia Arts Festival takes to the streets this spring

    Virginia Arts Festival takes to the streets this spring
    The Virginia Arts Festival has put Hampton Roads on the national map as a spring destination for arts and cultural events. In recent seasons, director Robert Cross has been working to make the annual festival more inclusive to the residents of the...
  • New music festival brings indie rock to Suffolk on Saturday

    New music festival brings indie rock to Suffolk on Saturday
    Long before the inaugural Lava Music Festival was announced, K Ishibashi had been hoping for something like this. The violinist-singer-songwriter from Norfolk, who performs under the name Kishi Bashi, will perform at the festival on Saturday at the...
  • Grand Victoria Casino hosting rocking old time in Festival Park on Fourth of July

    Grand Victoria Casino hosting rocking old time in Festival Park on Fourth of July
    As it did last year, the Grand Victoria Casino will be hosting old time rock and roll concerts in Elgin's Festival Park July 3 and 4, with a fireworks show set again for after the music on Independence Day. Last week, the City Council unanimously...
  • B.B. King, dead at 89, played the Lehigh Valley more than a dozen times in the past two decades

    B.B. King, dead at 89, played the Lehigh Valley more than a dozen times in the past two decades
    It‘s a testament to the level of music the Lehigh Valley has attracted in recent years that blues legend B.B. King, who died Thursday from complications of decades of living with diabetes,  played our area so frequently – more than a dozen...