Guide to five of the most important cities to visit in the South for music lovers
The Academy Awards boasted a lot of excitement this year, but you may not know that one of the Oscar-nominate films has a local tie.
So after all of this, why would anyone want to visit a bar called 13th Floor? Maybe because it’s amazing and capable of calming even the most extreme Triskaidekaphobe (try to say that one 13 times, fast).
Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Pianist and composer Jason Moran is taking on a larger role in directing jazz programs at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Jazz musician, educator and author Jose Antonio Bowen will become the 11th president of Goucher College, a private, liberal arts institution north of Baltimore.
Music and records from one of the creators of modern jazz drumming, Max Roach, will be preserved at the Library of Congress.
Steve Fidyk keeps the beat with a schedule that’d make most people beat.
Al Jefferson had 22 points and eight rebounds to help Utah keep its playoff hopes alive with a 96-80 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night.
Student musicians from Bowie State University will perform the music of the late jazz saxophonist and arranger, Rick Henderson, in honor of Black History Month.
Listen as four talented boys continue their journey to leaving boyhood behind to become jazz gods.
With so many different performances to choose from, Baltimore residents can savor the last weeks of summer by rocking out with both legendary artists and rising stars.