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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

TAUK doesn’t talk, they play

The New York instrumental band TAUK released an album last year called Shapeshifter II: Outbreak. It was, as the title suggests, a continuation of...

Brand-new musical ‘Herstory’ celebrates women past and present

Women supporting other women — that’s precisely what original musical “Herstory: How She Saw It” brings to Greenville’s theatre scene.

Artist’s mixed-media paintings a blend of moody tranquility

Taylor Adams draws her inspiration from nature — the sky, the mountains, the horizon. Her art — displayed on various sizes of wood panels...

Mac McCloud sings the blues

The final track on Mac McCloud’s new album is where you need to start. It’s called “Feel Like Going Home,” and it comes at...

2019 Artisphere: 16 local artists you’ll see on Artist Row

Sixteen local artists will be on Artist Row in the 2019 Artisphere May 10-12. Here's a look at who they are.

The Yawpers ask the Human Question at the Radio Room on...

The Yawpers’ last album, the critically acclaimed 2017 release Boy In A Well, was a meticulously-crafted concept album, a 12-song story set in World...

Family-friendly Merlefest a crowdpleaser once again

Mandolin master Sam Bush is the heartbeat of the Merlefest music festival. The 67-year-old Kentucky native is a Merlefest staple. He’s here every year, and...

Ricky Skaggs’ cloud of joy

Ricky Skaggs needs your help. Which is kind of a weird thing to say, right? This is a man who’s been a virtuoso on mandolin,...

Local student percussionist’s rhythm carries him to Europe

Beating kitchen pots and pans with spoons as a child, Will Harris was born to be a drummer. 

Artisphere guest Richard Wilson brings inspiring figures to life on canvas

In small-town North Carolina, young Richard Wilson watched his father draw him and his two younger brothers sitting at the dinner table. 

A new concept: Jerry Castle takes Americana music into concept-album territory

Singer/songwriter Jerry Castle’s 2016 album, "Not So Soft Landing," fits snugly in the “Americana” category. A down-the-middle mix of anthemic guitar rock and incisive...

Pam Taylor’s ‘frans’ are family

Just about every post that singer/guitarist Pam Taylor puts on her Facebook page begins with “Hey, frans!” -- a down-home version of “Hello, friends!”...

Paul’s Pick: Orchestra’s all-French program takes on new meaning after Notre...

Paul’s Pick of the Week: The Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s “Vive La France,” Saturday-Sunday at the Peace Center. Why you should go: The Greenville Symphony will...

‘Cry It Out’ gets real about parenting, embraces human imperfection

Dirty diapers, crying babies, and messy houses plague new moms but also connect them with others who face similar struggles of parenthood.

Nathan Bertling transforms people, places into calming art

Scroll, double-tap, scroll, ‘like’, scroll — that’s how much of our ‘free’ time is spent. But, Greenville painter and draftsman Nathan Bertling gives his viewers a break from their virtual lives.

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