“For the Record” is a periodic feature in which musicians discuss what
"For the Record" is an occasional feature in which musicians discuss what they’ve been listening to lately. Photo courtesy Rogers & Cowan
At 72, John Lodge can look back on an extraordinary life as
Rusty Blue, from left: Clayton Milano (lead guitar), Joey Heins (bass), Greg Stanard (vocals) and Damien Pace (drums). Photo Nancy JL Powel
Major changes, close-knit friendships and an energetic sound contribute to newest Musikarmageddon victors Rusty Blue
In this year’s Performing Arts edition, we are launching a new feature, “For the Record,” in which local musicians discuss what they’ve been
Satisfy your palate with this delectable menu of Wilmington-area arts
One of the most critically-acclaimed bands of the past three-and-a-half decades, 10,000
Matt Urban (on drums) and Joe Trainor (white shirt), who worked together with In the Light, formed The Rock Orchestra. Photo Joe del Tufo
The Rock Orchestra, Wilmington’s newest tribute group, will start with The Beatles Sept. 16
Every Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. until Sept. 14 with food by Toscana
With Firefly in their sights, this L.A. four-piece stopped in at the Trolley Tap House to talk new music, Firefly, and local cuisine.
Davey Dickens Jr. picked up a guitar six years ago. Next month, his band releases its debut album.