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Crack The Sky Celebrates Their 20th Album “From The Wood”

Crack The Sky stands against a black background in suits.

Recent Articles The West Virginia-bred band, released their 20th album, “From the Wood”, back in June and are now taking it on a tour of the East Coast. L to R: Bobby Hird, Dave DeMarco, Joey D’Amico, John Palumbo, Rick Witkowski, Glenn Workman – Photo of Crack The Sky courtesy of Rei Peri. In every […]

Dance Along at ZAPATEO

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The ZAPATEO festival brings music back to Earth with a camping extravaganza. ZAPATEO festival performer lineup – Image from When you look up the word zapateo, the first few results are videos of people dancing. They dance in a way that uses their body, their feet, as percussion. It loudly claims the dancer’s control […]

All the Colors of the Human Voice: This D.C. Conductor Rounded Up a Stellar Cast for PBS Pride Month Special

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The programmers and artists involved in PBS special, “True Colors: LGBTQ+ Our Stories, Our Songs,” had a novel idea: Music could be the ultimate leveler. In celebration of Pride Month, join contributing writer Eric Althoff as he goes behind the scenes to explore the songs and stories of “True Colors” with members of the star-studded cast, including Founder and Artistic Director of the American Pops Orchestra, Luke Frazier; Grammy Award winner and Broadway veteran André De Shields; and Black trans operatic vocalist Breanna Sinclairé.

Torrents Defies Expectations with New “Dual Fates” EP

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Recent Articles By Charlie Maybee Morgantown, West Virginia based rock band, Torrents, released their new EP Dual Fates which features heavier-than-ever riffs beneath ethereal melodies that make this an undeniably energized collection of songs. Akin to the metallic blues of Jerry Cantrell, there is something special about the blend of genre influences you get in […]