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    A Different Frequency

    “I am music and it is me. We arrived here together.” So reads part of the conclusion of Steve Bassett’s 2013 autobiography, Sing Loud. It contains the earned wisdom of a singer-songwriter and master of the Hammond B-3 organ who has truly been... more

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    The Richmond Navigator Guide to Springtime Fun

    With spring upon us, warmer weather and longer days are just around the corner. That means it’s time to break out of winter hibernation and go enjoy some of the area’s many festivals. So, if you’re in or around the Richmond area, we’ve compiled a... more

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    PHOTOS – The Flaming Lips at The National

    Psychedelic rock band, The Flaming Lips, showcased an unforgettable performance for a sold out audience at The National in Richmond, Virginia on March 10, 2018. Check out photos from the event via Joey Wharton. more

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    Loving the Search

    Music sits at a fascinating intersection, connecting the calculable world of physics and the boundless realm of the human imagination. And you’d be hard pressed to find a band that embodies that intersection as impressively as Atlanta-based Little... more

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    Thalia Tymowski, a junior at James River High School, joined the Midlothian School of Rock in the fall of 2015. Photo/School of Rock

    Rockin' it at School of Rock

    We’ve all heard about the benefits of music for babies, toddlers and young children and how it can brighten their mood, benefit their brain, and boost early language and math skills. But did you know it can also help older children and teens... more

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    Connecting & Reflecting: An Interview with John Moreland

    John Moreland, who’s scheduled to perform a Jan. 14th headlining set at the Camel, writes folk rock songs that are arresting and powerfully affecting — the kind that command your attention and open doors to emotional worlds you didn’t know were... more

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    Finding a Good Way Home

    Sid Kingsley has a voice that will stop you in your tracks. And he’s just getting started. Kingsley grew up in a small town in Southeast Virginia called Branchville. “Nothing to do except start fires and play music,’’ he recalled. “I’m grateful... more

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    Juggling Darkness and Light

    Seventeenth century essayist Owen Feltham wrote “Meditation is the soul’s perspective glass.” Looking inwardly can be especially beneficial if you’re interested in making art that pushes into unexplored creative territory... more

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    Harmony and Balance: An Interview with Daniel Radin of the Novel Ideas

    The Boston-based five-piece folk group, The Novel Ideas, will be playing at Capital Ale House this Wednesday, September 13. Our own Davy Jones spoke with vocalist Daniel Radin. more

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    Golden Devotion

    Listening to Afro-Zen Allstars means being transported to a different place, to a different time. It means joining a sublime, multicultural vision conceived by George M. Lowe, a warm, devoted autodidact I had the pleasure of speaking with recently. more

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