The Bennington Banner
The Sacred Shakers storm the VAE
A wonderful distillation of classic folk, country and blues styles delivered by an unforgettable chorus of voices, this show is not to be missed.
Treachery, revenge and blood: The Murder Ballad Ball is back
Murder Ballad Ball, a Benefit for the Midwest Music Foundation Friday, December 6, and Saturday, December 7, at the Living Room Theatre A night filled with intrigue, vengeance and homicide.
Geva Theatre Center Awarded Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation Grant
Geva Theatre Center has been selected as the recipient of a prestigious grant from The Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation to create a multimedia celebration of the life and work of legendary blues musician Son House.
Bonnie Raitt - Hard Rock Live Hollywood - November 30
Bonnie Raitt with special guest Paul Brady Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino November 30, 2013 Bonnie Raitt is as feisty as ever at the age of 64. Here is a woman who was nurtured early on by such immortal legends as John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Fred McDowell, Sippie Wallace and Son House, all of whom shared with her the ... (more)
The Free Press
National Review: Davis does a lot with a little
Although modern unamplified blues is not as prominent as it should be in the mainstream music scene, advances in the style are still being made on a regular basis.
Happy 2013 Video Birthday to the Greatest Guitar Player of all time, Musical Genius Jimi Hendrix
There's really nothing I could say to add to the legend that is Jimi Hendrix. Today the Sagittarius Fire Guitar Master would have been 71, as impossible as that seems.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Geva, Garth Fagan Dance among groups earning Farash grants
Five local arts entities have each been awarded $100,000 grants from The Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation to pursue collaborative endeavors within the community.
Honoring Veterans, Italian Judge, Big Boy Little and One Way to Have a Baby
Lots of Veterans Day events are all around us today, and there's plenty to do in and around Georgetown all week.