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This band serves folk-inspired indie rock that’s moving to the soul that tells a story of their time together so intricately woven between their relationship with music and their friendship as band-mates that you’d never know which comes first.
Experience music’s unifying powers through four days of enthralling, worldly performances at the 19th annual California WorldFest July 16 to 19
Both Lake Street Dive and The Suffers have new albums, like, came-out-within-a-month-of-the-show, new — so you can be sure they will both be bringing on the heat at their Cargo Concert Hall shows.
The comedy company, that greats like Bill Murray and Tina Fey got their starts, brings its sketch comedy show to Nevada City on Feb. 6.
In addition to founding Incline Village Music, Brad Perry is an accomplished opera singer, pianist, trumpeter, and conductor.
We spoke with Kellen Asebroek of Fruition about John Prine, long Mondays, filming on top of the Palisades, and about what is next for Fruition.
Trivia nights are a time-honored mountain town tradition, right there with open mic night, karaoke, and happy hour.
We talked to Alice Waters about eating locally in Tahoe, suggestions for combating the Tahoe housing crisis, specifically in regard to housing kitchen staff, and her opinion on fad eating trends.
Get sprayed with blood and watch the live rendition of the cult classic horror trilogy at Evil Dead: The Musical in Reno until Oct. 31.
This weekend brings together local health and spiritual professionals to educate women on mind, body, and soulful wellness.