The North Carolina Symphony’s education concerts give Wake County 4th graders an introduction to a variety of instruments and music
By June in Raleigh, we’re dreaming about pools, rivers and beaches… and so are these North Carolina musicians.
On April 1 and 2, J. Cole’s third Dreamville Festival played host to 100,000 total guests with fans traveling from a record-breaking 23 countries across four continents as well as all 50 states.
This weekend showcase of inclusive, family-friendly music and dance in Pittsboro got its start with Donna the Buffalo in the 1990s.
In the third year of J. Cole’s immersive music festival, performers reflect on the unique perspective that North Carolina brings to hip hop.
From films about dance, culture and even horror, here are 10 film festivals and movie screenings in and around Raleigh to enjoy this spring
The West Raleigh artist fuses two lifelong passions — painting and jazz — in a fulfilling post-retirement career.
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.
You don’t have to drive down to the Big Easy for King Cake, parades and gumbo with these Raleigh celebrations of the New Orleans tradition.
A new CD collection, Psychedelic States: The Carolinas in the 60s, commemorates music from bands like The Fabulous Wunz, Rogues and Steps of Stone.
The late longtime DJ known as Charlie Brown helped popularize the shag-dance genre along the Carolina coast in the 1960s.
The last weekend of September, the IBMA hosted its annual bluegrass festival with headliners Molly Tuttle, Jim Lauderdale and more.
The Cruel Liars album is the latest project from a North Carolina musician known best for their country stylings.