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By ROB DUGUAY We all could use a bit of guidance every now and then. This can help with navigating the craziness of life, figuring out your passions and reaching your potential. With this in mind, Warwick musician and wellness coach Nate Jones put out more
For the first time since February of 2020, the Community College of Rhode Island's student-run theater group, the CCRI Players, will perform in front of a live audience. The Players open their 2021-22 season with Lauren Gunderson's "I and You," directed more
Rockin' at Rhodes Rock & Rhodes Music Festival at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston was the place to be Sunday as over 500 people came together to support Shriners Children's Hospital. The event, a family friendly rock show with bands from Rhode Island, more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School's fall 2021 enrollment period is underway for lessons, classes, and ensembles open to students of all ages and ability levels. "Music School students are thriving thanks to our lessons, classes and ensembles, more
Review by DON FOWLER Masked patrons lined up in front of Veterans Memorial Auditorium displaying their tickets and vaccination cards to attend the opening of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra's 2021-22 season. "I am about to take up residence in more
Notable Works Publication and Distribution Co. Inc. will host a live performance on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 1 p.m. at the North Providence Union Free Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Ave., North Providence, featuring some of the poets included in two of more
By ROB DUGUAY Typically, when it comes to making anything, the more time it takes the better the result. It's usually noticeable when something is hastily created versus being done deliberately. For the Providence pop rock trio The Dust Ruffles, this is more
Review by DON FOWLER It has been a long, hot summer for the arts community as they do everything possible to resurrect live entertainment after nearly two years of COVID. Bravo to all the artists who have found innovative ways to bring arts, culture and more
By ROB DUGUAY A song can immediately grab hold of the listener when it becomes a creative vessel of the artist's energy. If there's a flurry of rhythms, a steady beat and some solid guitar chords, chances are the music is going to get noticed. One track more
Music on the Hill invites audiences to share chamber music, presenting four indoor concerts just before Labor Day. Programs feature portions of 2020's postponed festival, in shorter concerts without intermissions. The one-hour concerts are presented more
One of the things I think about when I harken back to the American Revolution, the Federal period, or the Civil War is the sound of fifes and drums. When I hear them today it helps bring me back to a … more
When it comes to being a professional musician, versatility is key. You have to know how to play a ton of different songs while spanning numerous styles along with your own original material. … more
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