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By ROB DUGUAY Live music has had two ways of thriving since the dawn of COVID-19 - socially distanced outdoor shows or live streams being broadcasted on the internet. Obviously outdoor shows are impossible these days due to frigid temperatures and more
On Saturday, Feb. 20, Lina Gonzalez-Granados takes The Vets podium to conduct great music from the past and present. Grieg's exquisite "Holberg Suite"e; will be showcased along with rising composer Caroline Shaw's "e;Entr'acte"e; and Gabriela Lena Frank's more
By ROB DUGUAY According to the Providence homeless shelter Crossroads, about 4,000 men, women and children experience homelessness in Rhode Island each year. These are some of the most vulnerable people in our society, and with the COVID-19 pandemic more
By ROB DUGUAY We've had the pleasure of covering Warwick musician Nate Jones for the past couple of years. He's talked to us about being on the ballot for the Grammys and a few singles he's released, including "e;Wait For Me,"e; which came out right during more
By ROB DUGUAY Every musician is always looking for that next step to take in their career. They could be looking for the ideal recording studio to make their first album, to have more of a presence on social media, or perhaps they need help booking a gig more
By ROB DUGUAY In the world of electronic music, it's only a matter of time until the individual, or individuals, behind the beats end up incorporating vocals. The likes of Daft Punk, Fatboy Slim, Deadmau5, MSTRKRFT, The Crystal Method, Justice and many more
Join professor, author, DJ, and filmmaker Dr. Tom Shaker for a film series about pop, Latin Boogaloo, and rock 'n' roll in the 1960s and beyond. Watch a film at home, and then discuss it online on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. On January 13, join the conversation more
By ROB DUGUAY Pro wrestling is the most extraordinary kind of entertainment there is. It combines the storyline drama of a soap opera with high-level athleticism that rivals any major sport. Yes, the outcomes of matches are planned out beforehand and the more
By ROB DUGUAY One understated result of COVID-19 is how it has made time for creative types to get more things done. Whether out of necessity or for a hobby, artists are making more art pieces, writers and poets are having more of their work published, more
By ROB DUGUAY The holiday season and Christmas music go hand in hand, like presents and wrapping paper or pine trees and ornaments. Classics such as "e;Santa Claus is Coming to Town,"e; "e;Let It Snow!"e; and "e;Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"e; can be heard more
By TOM SHAKER The recent passing of my friend Winston Cogswell should interest all Rhode Islanders. Who's Winston Cogswell you might ask? Well, on one hand he was a dear sweet man who lived with his wife Claire and his dog Rebel in a modest more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra presents a live-streamed holiday performance to worldwide audiences this weekend. On Saturday, Dec. 12, Broadway's Morgan James and pianist Teddy Abrams, stars of the Philharmonic's 2018 Gala concert, return to more
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