The longtime North Carolina music writer tells the history of an influential Americana music label in his new book, Oh, Didn’t They Ramble.
Triangle musical duo Daniel Cook and Autumn Brand have swapped country rock for a back-to-the-dance-club vibe
The book Biography of a Phantom inspires a journalist to reflect on the ethics of researching musical history.
This Winston-Salem native and NC State grad creates catchy music that draws from genres like soul, jazz, pop, rock and hip-hop.
By June in Raleigh, we’re dreaming about pools, rivers and beaches… and so are these North Carolina musicians.
This Durham singer-songwriter often backs up Hiss Golden Messenger, Tift Merritt and Superchunk — and she’s got a new solo album coming.
This Durham creative is diving headfirst into filmmaking and has another classic hip hop album on the horizon.
Whether you love bluegrass, rap, indie or jazz, outdoor music experiences abound — here are a few across the state to put on your list.
A new CD collection, Psychedelic States: The Carolinas in the 60s, commemorates music from bands like The Fabulous Wunz, Rogues and Steps of Stone.
From jazz to country to rap, local musicians have been busy this past year. Here are the new albums and upcoming projects to look out for.
The late longtime DJ known as Charlie Brown helped popularize the shag-dance genre along the Carolina coast in the 1960s.
The Cruel Liars album is the latest project from a North Carolina musician known best for their country stylings.
Jason Graves creates musical tracks for video games like Tomb Raider, Fortnite, Moss and Dead Space out of his home in Benson.
Through a new funding project called Keys for Kids, the North Carolina-born pop star is creating opportunity for aspiring musicians.