Vulnerability and transparency are two words you hear frequently from Amythyst Kiah. They were important to her when she was young and listening to music and are intrinsic to her own music and songwriting.
Presented by the Birthplace of Country Music, also the parent nonprofit of the Birthplace of Country Music Museum and WBCM Radio Bristol, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion returns Sept. 10-12 in historic downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia after COVID-19
Grace Whitten owes her involvement in music to a childhood friend.
The McGlothlin Center for the Arts, on the Emory & Henry campus, Emory, Virginia, brings audiences a wide range of performances and exhibitions for its 2021-22 season that continue its tradition of providing quality, unique artistic endeavor that has b
As part of its 2021-22 speaker series, “Listen to Your Life,” King University’s Institute for Faith & Culture is welcoming award-winning investigative reporter and producer Hannah Rappleye.
“Bernini and the Roman Baroque: Masterpieces from Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia,” opens Oct. 14 and runs through Jan. 16 at William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia.
The Washington County Fair, Abingdon, Virginia, brings musicians from new country, bluegrass, traditional country and local groups to the main stage.
Christopher Alexander Haun was hanged Dec. 11, 1861 for his part in burning the bridge that crossed Lick Creek in Greene County, Tennessee.
Cindy Saadeh Fine Art Gallery, Kingsport, Tennessee, hosts Amanda Taylor for its September exhibiting artist.
Theatre Bristol is “Keeping Drama On-and Off-Stage” with the Theatre Bristol On Air production “Cinderella,” featuring a fairytale cast under the direction of Camille Gray.
The Exchange Place Living History Farm announces the return of its Fall Folk Arts Festival.
Barter Theatre announced the homecoming much of the community has been waiting for. For the first time since 2019,
“Go and Come Again: Segregation, Tolerance, and Reflection: A Four-Generation African-American Educational Struggle” by local author and educator Dr. Jerry Jones has been chosen as the 2021 Community Read selection for the Washington County
Washington County Public Library hosts a variety of events to celebrate its community read of “Go and Come Again: Segregation, Tolerance and Reflection by local author and educator Dr. Jerry Jones.
William King Museum of Art’s Abingdon, Virginia, campus is being renovated.
Bristol in Bloom Appalachian Regional Art Festival debuts Saturday, Oct. 9 at Cumberland Square Park.
The Paramount Chamber Players opens its 17th concert season with “Arioso,” a tuneful program of music for voice, cello and piano duet rich with melody and song.
For decades,Tusculum Universityhas been an outlet for the fine arts, and now the higher education institution is enhancing its emphasis on these programs.
For more than a decade, East Tennessee State University’s Mary B. Martin School of the Arts has brought to the region the South Arts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers.
"Pinky Swear" by Courtnee Turner Hoyle has been released by Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tenn.
‘Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia’s Artisan Network recently announced the opening of the Fall 2021 Jury Session to all current ‘Round the Mountain members.
Music again echoed off concrete and brick walls of the Twin City’s downtown and the masses resumed “walking the line” Saturday during the second day of the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Scoot over COVID-19. Make plentiful room for the rhythm and the roots of music.BRISTOL, Tenn. — Scoot over COVID-19. Make plentiful room for the rhythm and the roots of music.
File another chapter into the ongoing history of the Birthplace of Country Music.
As the summer winds down into the crispness of autumn, Big Walker Lookout brims with business on the Wythe-Bland county line.
Hannah Ingram promises a new chapter for the Abingdon Main Street program. This longtime Barter Theatre actress is the board president of the newly organized Abingdon Main Street Alliance (AMSA).