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Western Massachusetts hip-hop artist Dr. Westchesterson is the kind of musician who brings the party with him wherever he performs. His peculiar take on the style is infectious and engaging. more
Theatre-by-the-Sea closed its summer season with “Dames at Sea,” which featured Rhode Islander Jena Barrette.Cape Bretton fiddler Natalie MacMaster headlined the annual Rhythm and Roots … more
By DON FOWLER The three-day (and night) Rhythm and Roots Festival opened Friday afternoon with the granddaddy of Zydeco, Jeffrey Broussard and his Creole Cowboys, and closed late Sunday evening with one of the newer bluegrass-influenced bands, Railroad more
By DON FOWLER I know exactly where I'm going to be this Labor Day weekend. The same place I've been since Chuck Wentworth started sponsoring the best music festival in Rhode Island 22 years ago. The Rhythm and Roots Festival returns once again to more
A keyboardist or a pianist can transform a relatively average sounding band into a full-fledged sonic arsenal. The way the instrument adds to the music's groove, tone and structure is fantastic. more
Festival Ballet Providence (FBP) announced its 42nd season, featuring an array of compelling dance programs including Rhode Island premieres and audience favorites. The 2019-2020 season includes innovative works by Tony Award Winner Christopher Wheeldon, more
Barrington Books Retold in Cranston's Garden City Center will welcome Shannon Watts, an author and founder of the group Moms Demand Action, for a talk and book-signing event on Friday, Sept. 20, starting at 6:30 p.m. Watts is appearing in support of her more
Harmony Heritage, the Southern New England chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will perform at 7 … more
`One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' compelling production Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Spectrum Theatre Ensemble, the neurodiverse theatre company that provides a unique, collaborative venue that engages audiences and artists, is presenting its first more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Disco, and the music and dance of the late '70s, is still alive in Rhode Island. I understand that the 40-year-old musical is virtually sold out for its first three weeks, as people head south to Matunuck for their favorite more
By DON FOWLER Warwick Musical Theatre had Weird Al Yankovic, The Statler Brothers, Donna Summer, Huey Lewis and the News, Kathy Mattea and Sundown, and Howie Mandel on the revolving stage. The stars kept coming out at night, with the addition of Carrot more
It’s a grungy jam that has hints of melodic pop along with a combination of acoustic and electric guitars going along with the bass and drums. more
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