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Sunday, September 23, 2018

Greenville Record Fair focuses on love of music, renewed popularity of...

Last June, Rolling Stone magazine published a story pronouncing both compact discs and downloads dead, espousing both streaming and the vinyl LP as the...

All-Bernstein program spotlights electrifying music

Paul’s pick of the week: The Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s big season opener, “Happy Birthday, Bernstein!” Why go: The Greenville Symphony pays tribute to composer Leonard...

Angel Jenkins’ art pushes boundaries, challenges viewers

Jenkins, 22, is originally from Middlesboro, KY, and moved to Spartanburg for her mother’s job, but also in hopes to pursue her art in a bigger city.

Godsmack, Shinedown bring joint summer tour to Greenville

Between the two bands, Godsmack and Shinedown have sold around 30 million albums worldwide, so it was reasonable to assume that their joint summer...

Sound Bites: Fozzy, Ruen Brothers, The Work

Saturday, Sept. 22 Fozzy, with Adelitas Way The Firmament, 5 Market Point Drive, Greenville 7 p.m. $22-$25 Chris Jericho has spent much of the past three decades bringing a rock-star-style...

Reverie Lane prepares to release first single

If there’s such a thing as musical love at first sight, that’s what happened when singer-songwriters Presley Tucker and Spencer Bartoletti met at a...

Two singer-songwriters with Greenville ties take different paths to music careers

Singer-songwriters Alaina Beach and Michelle Leblanc both have Greenville ties and live in Nashville. But they took different paths to their music careers. The two met in Nashville doing songwriter rounds, and now they’re both returning to Greenville for a mini-songwriter round at The Commerce Club as part of this year’s Euphoria.

Local children’s author, student illustrator bring clumsy character to life

Philbert LaRue’s journey begins with a hole in his shoe but by the last page ends with a valuable lesson.

Elliot Lovegrove’s art charts new territory

Elliot Lovegrove has lived in the same Greenville house his entire life, but that never stopped him from exploring the world and developing an affinity...

Glenis Redmond continues to curate, expand Peace Voices poetry series

In a literal sense, Peace Center poet-in-residence Glenis Redmond has had seven years to perfect the formula for Peace Voices, a 10-month, multi-event series...

Reverie Lane closes out euphoria with rootsy, acoustic country

If you can measure a band’s potential impact by the buzz it's generating, we might be looking at the next big thing in country...

Erik Weir’s newest project completes the story of ‘Unbroken’s’ Louis Zamperini

But the original film left out what happened after his trauma and triumph, when he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, alcoholism, and marital problems.

A fast-rising band with serious buzz, *repeat repeat brings sound to...

During its 16-year history, Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has become one of the most well-known festivals in the country. The annual four-day event...

Sound Bites: The Iron Maidens, Jacob Johnson, Abigail Williams

Sunday, Sept. 16 The Iron Maidens The Firmament 5 Market Point Drive, Greenville 7:30 p.m. $22.50-$30 The Iron Maidens are, I feel pretty sure, the only all-female Iron Maiden tribute...

Greenville ‘Hamilton’ tickets gone in a matter of hours, but there’s...

Tickets for Greenville’s two-week run of “Hamilton” are sold out, but if you weren’t one of the lucky ones to snag tickets on Saturday, you may not be out of luck.

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