Those with a ticket, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test, a mask and an excitement for live music made up the audience at Stuart’s Opera House Sunday night.
Each week, Rhapsody Restaurant hosts jazz nights that showcase local performers.
The modern bluegrass band from Asheville, NC., is welcomed back by Stuart’s for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown in March of 2020.
With a packed schedule, Stuart’s will be hosting a plethora of different artists and performances. Stuart’s is excited to be welcoming back Todd Snider on Thursday, Aug. 26.
Music producers are the heartbeat of music, and each of them have their own preferences when it comes to their creative processes.
Live entertainment venues were the first to close, and will be the last to open back up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Current Voinovich research scholars have felt rewarded by participating in the program.
Hocking Hills Winery has found a way to safely gather during COVID-19 and produce live music while enjoying table wines.
The Southeastern Sessions will feature Craig Heath, Megan Bee and John Walsh.
The British artist’s sound covers the entire spectrum.
Student-run organization-turned-capstone course Brick City Records has been adapting to a virtual curriculum.
Stuart’s Opera House hosts the NMF annually.
The teenage heartthrob helped some attendees cross off hearing “Beautiful Soul” live from their bucket list.
Enter Nicholas Onkoba, better known by his stage name SavageRealm, who’s trying to meme his way to the top of charts.