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Shots from the Bar: Jan. 29, 2015
Shots from the Bar: Jan. 29, 2015

We are on a fact-finding mission to prove without a doubt that there is life in Charleston after dark.

Here’s how you can help: Send us pictures of your friends, pictures of your friends’ friends or even pictures of complete...

Shots from the Bar: Jan. 29, 2015
Shots from the Bar: Jan. 29, 2015

We are on a fact-finding mission to prove without a doubt that there is life in Charleston after dark.

Here’s how you can help: Send us pictures of your friends, pictures of your friends’ friends or even pictures of complete...

In Short: Jan. 29-Feb. 4

Louisville’s Forecastle Music Festival has announced a list of some of the headlining acts for the huge event that takes place July 17-19.

Acts include Sam Smith, My Morning Jacket, Widespread Panic, Modest Weekend, Tweedy, The Tallest...

Diving into driving
Diving into driving

During the holidays, while most entertainers are settling in for some much-needed time with their families, monster truck drivers keep busy — at least, some of them do.

Corey Rummell, the driver for “Spike,” which appears...

Finding Frisson
Finding Frisson

Like a lot of musicians, Yvette Landry started playing music in school. It just happened that she was a teacher at the time.

Landry, who performs Saturday night with Cajun trio Frisson at the Culture Center, said she probably wouldn’t...

Summer sounds in winter
Summer sounds in winter

The mission of indie folk and jam band Dangermuffin is very simple.

“We want to bring joy and love and positivity,” guitarist Dan Lotti explained.

“That’s what music should be about. Music is about lifting the...

Seger still has all the right ‘Night Moves’
Seger still has all the right ‘Night Moves’

By Autumn D.F. Hopkins

For the Gazette

It is a pretty spectacular thing to stand in the arena of your hometown and hear a living legend belt out almost every hit he has ever written. That is exactly what Bob...

Old rockers give ‘Mountain Stage’ audience a surprise

If you don’t like surprises, you would have hated Sunday night’s “Mountain Stage.”

If you hated Sunday night’s “Mountain Stage,” I would have given ...

Carnaval revives the ‘Roaring ’20s’
Carnaval revives the ‘Roaring ’20s’

Attendees of this year’s Carnaval will be transported to an earlier age when the spirited sounds of jazz music filled the streets, speakeasies peddled illegal beverages and flappers were the...

Community notes: Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2015

Unity of Kanawha Valley, located at 804 Myrtle Road in Charleston, will host a Souper Bowl Soup Sale on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

In addition to several varieties of homemade soups...

Mendelssohn, found not on new ground, but without fault

Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64has long been near the top of the charts for popularity in Western Art music, which means it is so familiar that it is hard to hear anything new in it. Violinist Nikki Chooi, in his debut with the ...

Library starts fundraising for annual basket fundraiser

The Friends of The Library Foundation is preparing for its annual “A Tisket, a Tasket, a Literary Basket” fundraiser event, and is seeking donations from the community.

“You can donate an entire basket, an item for a basket ...

Things to do Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015

Music

MIRANDA LAMBERT with JUSTIN MOORE, RAELYNN, JUKEBOX MAFIA: 7:30 p.m. Tickets $39.75 and $54.75. Charleston Civic Center. Call 800-745-3000.

SPENCER ELLIOTT and RUS REPPERT: 7 p.m. Free. Fingerstyle and looping guitars. Bluegrass...

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