A-pickin' and a-grinnin', as well as singin', strummin', dancin'-country music non-pareil in NEFLa, this outdoor festival by the sea is an all-day event that'll get your boots stompin' or your flips
Juneteenth is the annual celebration of the freeing of enslaved people in Texas on June 19, 1865 ... word traveled slowly of General Robert E. Lee's April 9, 1865 surrender.
If the thought of family bands conjures thoughts of identically dressed, saccharine-sweet, synced-up children of the corn choruses, then press the mental pause button.
For some of us, the opening chords of ZZ Top's "La Grange" inspire a spur-of-the-moment road trip to NYC in an ancient Jeep Wagoneer, augmented by lots of, ahem, smokable medicines.
In 50 years, we're going to look back on the 2010s as the decade of the festival.
Wynonna & the Jacksonville Symphony
Alfie Jurvanen’s Bahamas project has become more nuanced and authentic
A partner of Romanza Festivale of the Arts, this celebration honors NEFla boy Rogers' folk/balladry legacy, one that rivals Dylan's for pith and lyricism (some say Rogers is easier on the eyes).
Organizers of this year's Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival billed 2018 as "the Year of the Piano," and they certainly delivered on that declaration.