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Funky jazz from a dysfunctional duo

Guitarist Charlie Hunter and vocalist Lucy Woodward are accomplished, entertaining musicians. Hunter, who plays seven- and eight-stringed instruments that can provide both bass and...

Three of a Kind: The Kruger Brothers blend classical, bluegrass, folk...

It’s a rare band whose most recent lineup change came 30 years ago, but that’s when bassist Joel Landsberg joined Jens and Uwe Kruger...

‘Come From Away’ musical sheds light on 9/11 tragedy

“Everyone has a different story, and everyone has memories,” actor Becky Gulsvig says of the terrible 9/11 tragedy that shook our nation nearly 18 years ago.

Sound bites: Details on the best upcoming live music

Who: From Ashes To New, w/ Ice Nine Kills, Palisades and Afterlife Where: The Firmament, 5 Market Point Dr., Greenville When: Friday, April 12th at 7...

Buckcherry dons their Warpaint for a show at The Firmament on...

It’s been 20 years since the Los Angeles hard-rockers Buckcherry unleashed their sleazy and sleek hard-rock sound on the world with their first, self-titled...

Paul’s Pick: Greenville Chorale becomes ‘An Orchestra of Voices’

Some symphonic works just seem to sing. No surprise, then, that tuneful instrumental works have sometimes been adapted for voice. The Greenville Chorale’s program “An Orchestra...

Orchestra’s Pops concerts a big hit with fans, old and new

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s hugely successful “Motown” concert sent a clear message: Greenville audiences love the Pops series. “‘Motown’ was absolutely electric,” said Julie Fish,...

Tyler Ramsey performing new album at Horizon Records

Tyler Ramsey is as surprised as anyone that it’s been almost eight years since his last solo album. But there are some pretty good...

Tom Jones (not that one) and his dulcimers

The first thing 83-year-old Tom Jones did when I met him was apologize for not being the famous Tom Jones, the singer. The second...

Paintings move, breathe at ‘Living Gallery: Somewhere Forever’

Larger-than-life artwork leaps off the walls and onto the stage once again for Bob Jones University’s “Living Gallery: Somewhere Forever” leading up to Easter.

The Reader’s Lens winners for March are …

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. Each month one lucky winner will win...
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Watch: Artist draws mural of Greenville

Greenville artist Jason Craft describes his new mural of Greenville in the lobby of 101 North Main, formerly Bank of America building in the...

Sound Bites: Must-see shows

Who: Howl In The Valley (album-release show) Where: The Radio Room, 110 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville When: Friday, April 5th at 8 p.m. Tickets: $7 Spartanburg’s Howl In The...

Action-packed, hope-filled ‘Horse and His Boy’ brings Narnia to life again

Set south of Narnia in Calormen, “The Horse and His Boy” tells the tale of young servant Shasta and his talking horse Bree as they escape from a cruel master in the journey of a lifetime.

Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018

Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018.

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