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Warwick’s former mayor, Joe Walsh, saw his first Broadway play when he was 35 years old. “I grew up on Prairie Ave. in Providence, and we didn’t have an opportunity to go to the theatre,” … more
By ROB DUGUAY Think of a band that mirrors the energy of The Pixies and Sonic Youth, but with a bit of a twang. That's what you get with Tall Teenagers. They've been ripping up the Providence music scene since their beginnings in 2016. Vocalists and more
By ROB DUGUAY It's always special when a musician gets to play a show in the place they grew up. Old friends have a chance to come out and attendees have a chance to see one of their own in the spotlight. On Aug. 17, Cranston native Pat Barone will bring more
Review By DON FOWLER I don't remember having so much fun at the opera as I did Saturday night at the R.I. Philharmonic's tribute to Italian composers Rossini, Puccini, Mascagni and Respighi. Technically, it wasn't all opera on the program. Guest more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER American playwright Sam Shepard knows how to get your attention, grab you by the throat, and never let go until the lights go out. His True West" was written for theatre companies that can provide great actors who can" more
Interview By DON FOWLER In an era of glitzy, blockbuster Broadway musicals, along comes a sweet, simple, stylish story about romantic love and love and understanding for others. “The … more
Epic Theatre Company is thrilled to kick off its 2019 Summer Season with E.B. White's Charlotte's Web." The classic story of friendship and kindness is brought to life in a brand new adaptation and presented Epic's intimate Blackbox theater." more
It’s a grungy jam that has hints of melodic pop along with a combination of acoustic and electric guitars going along with the bass and drums. more
By DON FOWLER The three-day (and night) Rhythm and Roots Festival opened Friday afternoon with the granddaddy of Zydeco, Jeffrey Broussard and his Creole Cowboys, and closed late Sunday evening with one of the newer bluegrass-influenced bands, Railroad more
By DON FOWLER Music on the Hill kicked off its seven-concert series with a rousing Sunday afternoon lawn concert under blue skies and gentle breezes at Warwick's Clouds Hill Victorian Museum. The incomparable Narragansett Brass Quintet entertained the more
An acquaintance asked me what “Hamilton” was about. My first reaction was to be smug and say that it was about three hours. I thought a minute and replied, “It’s about the best Broadway … more
It was just a year ago that I traveled “all the way to Woonsocket” to hear one of my favorite duos from the ’60s, The Righteous Brothers. They’re back Saturday, August 10 at 8 p.m. at the … more
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