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A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD
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A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD

Country singer/songwriter and occasional music rights activist Rosanne Cash said sometimes well-meaning fans come up to her and ask about the best way for them to support their favorite musicians. She kind of laughed about it.

“Just buy...

A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD
A common ‘Thread’ flows through new Rosanne Cash CD

Country singer/songwriter and occasional music rights activist Rosanne Cash said sometimes well-meaning fans come up to her and ask about the best way for them to support their favorite musicians. She kind of laughed about it.

“Just buy...

Good News Mountaineer Garage hosts its last ArtWalk
Good News Mountaineer Garage hosts its last ArtWalk

After 13 years on Hale Street, Good News Mountaineer Garage is moving to a new location on the West Side. While it’s not an end to the organization that helps provide work vehicles to the poor, it’s the end of the organization’s...

New record label hosts free music festival in Hurricane Saturday
New record label hosts free music festival in Hurricane Saturday

Alec Neu said doing a good deed for his community isn't the only reason he and business partner Anthony Princeton organized the Hurricane City Musical Festival, but it's a big part of it.

"There's ...

Puppet theater puts twist on Twain’s greatest tales
Puppet theater puts twist on Twain’s greatest tales

The Cincinnati-based performance group Madcap Puppets brings several of Mark Twain’s most beloved characters to life in “Twain’s Twisted Tales,” which it will perform at several Kanawha County libraries on Friday and...

Colt Ford at the Putnam County Fair
Colt Ford at the Putnam County Fair

Country rapper Colt Ford closes out the Putnam County Fair in Eleanor with a concert at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. A former pro golfer, Ford has released five albums, including “Thanks for Listening,” which just came out July 1; he also co-...

Bob Thompson Unit headlines Live on the Levee
Bob Thompson Unit headlines Live on the Levee

Venerable local musician Bob Thompson and his band, The Bob Thompson Unit, headline a night of free jazz at Live on the Levee Friday night. They’ll perform 45-minute sets at 7:45 and 8:45 p.m., while Marshall and the Groove opens the Haddad...

USA’s new Thursday lineup kicks off the week’s premieres
USA’s new Thursday lineup kicks off the week’s premieres

This week’s five new shows come from just three networks, with USA unveiling it’s all-new Thursday night lineup and FX debuting two new comedies in the 10 p.m. hour the same day. Lifetime rounds out the group with a new drama on Sundays. ...

In Short: July 17-23, 2014

Third Eye Cabaret

Third Eye Cabaret returns in a new location — Timothy’s Lounge, 1022 Quarrier St. — at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Performers this week are acoustic blues singer Bobby Altmann, rapper Tiffany...

‘RFC’ features InFormation

This week’s “RFC MINI SHOW,” online at the PopCult blog (blogs.wvgazette.com/popcult), dives into the vault for two songs — including a never-before-seen one — by local rock band InFormation that were recorded in May ...

‘Detroit’ challenges theatergoers’ perceptions of themselves, their world
‘Detroit’ challenges theatergoers’ perceptions of themselves, their world

Sometimes it's not enough for a piece of theater to entertain. Sometimes, it has to show you something, maybe even show you yourself.

Tyler Eldridge and Marlette Carter say that's what "Detroit" is trying to do — hold a mirror up to...

Free music festival celebrates fifth anniversary
Free music festival celebrates fifth anniversary

Steve “Sweat” Thomas doesn’t have a lot of great aspirations for his Sweatstock festival in Point Pleasant. Sweatstock is probably never going to become another Woodstock, and that’s alright by him....

Song for Sandy Hook an unexpected blessing for band
Song for Sandy Hook an unexpected blessing for band

A good song can do wonders for a musician.

Tim Warren of The Alternate Routes, who perform Friday at Huntington’s Pullman Square, said his band might not have recorded its most recent record if not for one good song, "Nothing More," which ...

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