Bob Jones University will present its annual Living Gallery April 1-3 in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
The first evening will feature live music by Brooks Dixon, and the event will continue every Friday evening in April.
Some might find it intimidating to portray such a towering figure in Black history, but Danielle Brooks says she simply wants to make her home state proud.
Condon says she hopes her show highlights the hope people have for the future — hope for a future away from the pandemic but of also political divisiveness.
Laura Colgate steps onto the stage of the Peace Center this weekend as violin soloist in the “Four Seasons.”
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Vincent Harris talks with local artists about their inspiration for new songs.
The featured bands cover genres such as country, funk, rock, rockabilly, Southern rock, covers and tribute bands.
All art should fit the theme "Greer: History, Industry & Scenery" and reflect the greater Greer area’s history, industry and scenery.
“Unknown Threat,” which was released earlier this month, stars Secret Service Agent Luke Powell, who’s reeling from the death of a fellow agent, friend and mentor.
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While the pandemic raged and Robert Gowan couldn’t perform live, he turned toward scoring material for movies and TV.
“We are thrilled to facilitate this collaboration and celebrate our global community in the Upstate,” Adela Mendoza says.
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Here are just a few historically significant female South Carolina musicians, along with some current favorites who have made important contributions to our scene.