PBS doc 'Accidental Courtesy' finds a real conversation about race in Baltimore
"Accidental Courtesy" follows Daryl Davis, an African-American musician and author, who has been on a mission the past 25 years to try and talk his way beyond racial barriers in a very personal way.
Three rockers are on a roll with new podcast [Towson]
Three friends, two with Towson roots, started a rock and roll podcast in March, and it's moving up on the charts in popularity. .
ZZ Top bring a kind of perfection to Wolf Trap
Early in the ZZ Top show Tuesday night at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va. -- between "Gimme All Your Lovin" and "I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide" -- Billy Gibbons paused to address the audience.
One To Tango: Susan Alcorn brings her pedal steel guitar to Argentinian tango
Dead Men Riding Shotgun
Hey Edgar, Where's Your Brother?
Hard Swimmin' Fish to play the blues at Carroll Arts Center
New exhibit seeks the soul of Globe Poster
Timeline of Baltimore punk
Column: Free Summer Concerts in Aberdeen
These concerts will be held every Tuesday evening through Aug. 21. They are conveniently located downtown, at the park off Howard Street.
David 'Honeyboy' Edwards
Review: The Roots and Questlove at Rams Head Live, October 8
'American Idol': And so it begins ... without Paula
'Cadillac Records' offers quite a ride
Biography walks the line
Early Rock Hall of Famer known for innovative beat, wide influence
Shelby strikes back
other notable deaths
Benefit concert to sing praises, lend helping hand to soulful Jr. Cline
Dylan jokes, talks of music as he spins songs on XM
The old guys are all right Stones: Chicago is abuzz with TTC rumors about surprise appearances by the world's greatest rock and roll band.
Turning misery into song to get through the day
Perry Hall High gets a taste of the blues Biology teacher brings urban music to suburbs
BLUES pilgrimage Without the blues, there would be no rock and roll
The Street Man has a lot of 'Spunk' Very Chic: Composer and performer, set to sing the anthem at Camden Yards next month, will be the 'Guitar Man' in show opening Wednesday at Center Stage.
Music is prime in revue at Lyric Singer: Colm Wilkinson is vocal in praise of the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Singing the blues, Chicago style Making music: The city's north side is home to a number of clubs that feature first-class acts and up-and-coming artists every day of the year.
What you see is what you get Direct action: Director Mike Figgis looks as though he'd make an unconventional movie if he wanted to, and he has. 'Leaving Las Vegas' may be the most uncompromising, and depressing, film in years.
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Still Fabulous after all these years
Sunnyland Slim, 87, a legendary blues pianist...
Buddy is just a lucky Guy Blues guitarist hit the big time at last -- with a little help
Clapton sticks to old blues, and casts his familiar spell
Clapton the singer steps forward on 'Cradle'
Music greats come to town for tribute to Muddy Waters BLUES BY THE SEA
Satisfaction: Seeing the Stones, Large and Small
Dorothy M. RooneyBookkeeperDorothy M. Rooney, who worked...
Title: "The Big Book of the Blues"Author:...
Holzapfel Violin Shop, chockablock in music and history, is rescued
Festivals showcase the masters of an often unrecognized art form RHAPSODY IN BLUES
Lockwood carries the blood of the blues in his guitar style
Mobile Fidelity's new LPs sound better than the company's CDs
In the audio wars, an old contender takes the high end Setting records again
Musician thinks we'd all be happier if more people were singing the blues
Rock music innovator Frank Zappa dies
Savoring bluesman's life takes a good ear
In Search of the Blues Strains of sorrow and joy flow in Mississippi's Delta
Bearing witness to birth of the blues