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It was just a year ago that I traveled “all the way to Woonsocket” to hear one of my favorite duos from the ’60s, The Righteous Brothers. They’re back Saturday, August 10 at 8 p.m. at the … more
By ROB DUGUAY Warwick native Ariel Rose Bodman is taking on one heck of a project. She is transforming the 107-year-old Aldrich Mansion in Warwick Neck into a music school called the Aldrich Mansion Music Academy. Bodman also works as a luthier while more
By ROB DUGUAY Getting people dancing is at the heart of ska music. The style, when performed live, can be better at making people move than the best DJ. On April 20, RI Ska Productions will present a night full of ska tunes at Revival Brewing Company in more
The Arctic Playhouse will stage three weeks of performances of Steel Magnolias starting June 13 directed by Ida Zecco. Steel Magnolias is a stage play by American writer Robert Harling, based on his experience with his sister's death. The play is a more
In support of its commitment to theater for all, Trinity Repertory Company announces a series of performances of shows in the 2019-20 Season to made to meet the needs of audience members with autism and/or with sensory-processing disorders. more
From Ella Fitzgerald's rapid fire scats, Sarah Vaughan's divine voice, Billie Holiday's fine and mellow artistry and Betty Carter's bebop, the Newport Jazz Festival has been Ground Zero for jazz vocalists for six decades. And, this year's 65th edition is more
The Wilbury Theatre Group proudly presents The Olneyville Expo: A Celebration of Olneyville Past, Present, and Future. Created by Jesse Hawley, James Stanley, and Resident Playwright Darcie Dennigan, The Olneyville Expo is being presented as part of The more
By FRANCESCA MARONI It takes a special mix of vision and talent to bring new life to works by William Shakespeare. Director Christin L. Goff has both, in addition to a troop of passionate actors behind her. Presenting Edgewood with an opportunity to view more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra closed its 2018-2019 season with Guest Conductor Alexander Mickelthwate leading the orchestra in a rousing rendition of Shostakovich's Ninth Symphony, Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, and more
By ROB DUGUAY In order to independently make music for a full-time living, you have to be willing and able to do various things. One night could involve performing at a local bar for hours with a six-string, and the next night might find you behind a more
By ROB DUGUAY Ever since the mid-2000s, The Brother Kite has been an indie rock staple in Providence's music scene. Warwick resident Patrick Boutwell is the voice of the band while also lending his impeccable songwriting talents on guitar. Outside of more
Jo Fisher is used to chauffeuring her four children around to music lessons, soccer games and even calculus contests. Sixteen-year-old Cranston High School East junior Eden Fisher missed her calculus competition at URI last week for the opportunity to more
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