Singer/songwriter gained national notoriety after winning a Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe Award for his song "The Weary Kind."
by Jeff Hahne | May 09, 2013
Ignore the name and instead focus on the fact that this second annual event is a benefit for the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and youth music education.
by Jeff Hahne | April 12, 2013
The grandson of legendary hill-country bluesman R.L. Burnside never strays far from that tradition.
by Samir Shukla | April 11, 2013
Her recent solo album, "Wood and Stone," evokes an era gone by.
by Samir Shukla | December 06, 2012
Nicknamed “the Basher” for his knock-it-out-and-move-on style.
by Pat Moran | October 09, 2012
M83’s epic song-scapes are as sprawling and crystal clear as the night skies.
by Pat Moran | October 07, 2012
Instantly notable are the cumbia rhythms, West African guitar lines, tuba and polyrhythmic harmonies.
by John Schacht | October 07, 2012
The playful guitar work of the frontmen simply takes a defibrillator to a bygone era.
by Jeff Hahne | October 06, 2012
Beneath all the glitz and glam is the same lyrical prowess that won fans over from the beginning.
by Jeff Hahne | October 05, 2012
Back-masked synths, reverberating piano and eerie near-falsettos chart a tortured journey.
by Pat Moran | October 04, 2012
Belmont band performs with Blossoms and Modern Primitives.
by Corbie Hill | May 11, 2012
by Jeff Hahne | April 28, 2012
by Pat Moran | April 26, 2012
by John Schacht | April 25, 2012
by Mark Kemp | February 18, 2012