Kellie Brown, Ph.D., has been a member of the Milligan University music faculty since 1998 and holds the positions of chair of the music department, professor of music and conductor of the Milligan Orchestra.
The “Gathering in the Gap” Music Festival, which takes place on the grounds of the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park Saturday, May 27, announces the finalists in the annual Songwriting Contest.
The Crooked Road hosted a Youth Music Festival & Competition in May at the Southwest Virginia Cultural Center & Marketplace.
Border Bash celebrates its return to historic Downtown Bristol. Border Bash, Bristol'ssummer concert series, is back for anotherseason starting June 2.
Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail:The Crooked Road received $15,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Marketing Leverage Program.
Abingdon, Virginia –Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road announces that the Traditional Music Education Program has been awarded a Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival and Guitar Competition grant.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, announces the release of "Welcome Home"by author Rita Rumgay.
Believe in Bristol and Advance Bristol Foundation are partnering to enhance the look and appeal of Historic Downtown Bristol by giving local artisans an opportunity to submit their original artwork through the Outside the Box Public Art Project.
Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road announces that the Traditional Music Education Program has been awarded a Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival and Guitar Competition grant.
Jason Flack was born and raised in Johnson City, Tennessee. He is known as an urban folk artist, Expressionist painter and motivational speaker.
Dottie Havlik didn’t start out to be an actor or a playwright. Her original career was as a journalist in Texas, but her minor in drama has served her well throughout several career switches.
Ann Holler is the founding president of Arts Alliance Mountain Empire and served on its board and A! Magazine committee for decades before she retired from the organization.
Lisa Withers, Ph.D., has spent most of her 25-year career in higher education at Emory & Henry College, teaching piano, music theory and music history classes, as well as taking on various administrative leadership roles.
Barter Theatre, the nation’s longest-running professional theater celebrating 90 years serving audiences from far and wide, announces its spring/summer season.
Callalisa (Callie) Baker began ballet when she was only 3 after seeing several Bristol Ballet’s productions.
Bristol painter and author Suzanne Stryk presents an illustrated lecture about her artwork and a new book, “The Middle of Somewhere: An Artist Explores the Nature of Virginia,” Sunday, May 21, at 3 p.m. at the Washington Public Library in A
The 21st Annual Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest and Exhibition is held at the Kingsport Art Guild Main Gallery and the Atrium Gallery located in the Kingsport Renaissance Center in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Acclaimed Appalachian writer Charles Dodd White discusses his new memoir “A Year Without Months” Sunday, May 7 at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Virginia.
Kingsport Ballet stages the full-length ballet “Don Quixote,” May 5 and 6 at 7 p.m. at the Wellmont Performing Arts Center. The production is under the direction of Leonid Flegmatov, artistic director of Kingsport Ballet.
The Crooked Road hosts a Youth Music Festival & Competition Saturday, May 13 at the Southwest Virginia Cultural Center & Marketplace, Abingdon, Virginia.
Cantemus, the Tri-Cities premier women’s choir, presents its second concert of their ninth season with “Women of Note.”
Birthplace of Country Music has announced the remainder of its lineup for the 22nd annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival, scheduled for Sept. 8-10 in historic downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee,