Deriving from West African roots, Gospel harmonies and American funk, women-led group ADAAWE has created their own contemporary version of the global fusion genre.
Like a light switch; one flick and it was dark. The seats, like the stages, were empty and so were the wallets of those working behind the scenes at the shows.
Here’s everything you’ll need for this weekend’s football-, Puppy Bowl- or commercial-watching party
More stars are joining a musical salute to the late country music legend Charlie Daniels as the concert gets pushed back due to COVID-19 concerns.
Music played a huge role during and throughout the Civil Rights Movement, both in terms of providing inspiration, and serving as an illustration of the feelings and sentiments that were being expressed during marches and protests.
The hit songwriter has 24 No. 1s to his name including Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” Midland’s “Drinkin’ Problem,” Sam Hunt’s “Hard To Forget” and “Body Like a Back Road.”
The Folded Flag Foundation is proud to announce its fourth installment of the Songwriters Café – a series of free online concerts that benefit families of our country’s fallen heroes. The series is sponsored and hosted by O’Charley’s Restaurant + Bar, the classic American restaurant with locations across 17 states.
Bret Michaels, Kenny Loggins, Lita Ford, Sebastian Bach and Grandmaster Flash have been announced for the virtual experience Radical Sabbatical. The ’80s-themed virtual music event is set to take place on Jan. 30.
The New York Times called country music icon Randy Travis’ 2020 release, “Fool’s Love Affair” “a reassuringly sturdy jolt of traditionalism.”