A Hammond native will be part of the 2021 Inaugural Gospel Celebration in the nation's capital on Wednesday.
“Today, the lilting fiddle-, accordion- and triangle-based music is enjoyed by fans around the world. But since the pandemic struck, the vast majority of live music venues in Cajun country have fallen silent. … Hundreds of musicians who play Cajun…
Louisiana's Hunter Hayes will guest host an episode of mental health research nonprofit One Mind’s “Brain Waves” live webcast show at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18.
New Orleans "American Idol" finalist Faith Becnel and 2020 "Idol" winner Samantha Diaz sprinkle some soul on their new duet of Nat King Cole's classic "The Christmas Song."
A sleigh full of new Christmas music, ripe for holiday season consumption, is here for the picking. Singles, EPs and albums are available for streaming, as digital downloads and CDs and LPs pressed in red, white and green vinyl.
“Music Dreams … An American Story,” a documentary about Baton Rouge musician Henry Turner Jr. and the Flavor band, is part of Food Film Music’s Be Thankful virtual screening series.
Louisiana country singer Laine Hardy will sing for the virtual 98th National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday.
Ann Savoy has completed the long-awaited second volume of her landmark book, “Cajun Music: A Reflection of a People.”
The holidays are usually Jim Brickman’s busiest time of year. This year, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the pianist, singer and songwriter known for his soothing style and beautiful melodies, is live-streaming his “Comfort & Joy at Home …
John Schneider's new film, "Stand on It," will be available starting the day after Thanksgiving — "Orange Friday," as Schneider is calling it.
Friends and fans will gather for a memorial service for swamp pop legend Van Broussard from noon to 5 p.m. Monday at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center's Trademart building, 9039 S St. Landry Ave., Gonzales.
Justin Champagne's social media numbers are surging. YouTube views for the New Iberia native’s country/hip-hop song, “When I Pull Up,” reached 860,000 this week.
Viewers can expect to see New Orleans singer Casmè on "The Voice" at 7 p.m. Monday, as "battles" rounds wrap up on the NBC reality singing competition series.
An actor of interstellar note, William Shatner has also recorded 10 spoken-word albums. His latest recording studio voyage finds him boldly going where no starship captain has gone before: talking the blues.
Dege Legg’s fourth book, "Cablog: Diary of a Cabdriver," takes a deep dive into the undercarriage of a midsized Southern city, detailing the five crazy years Legg drove a taxicab in Lafayette.
After working the stage and her vocal range with Aretha Franklin's "Baby I Love You," New Orleans singer Casmè became the newest member of Team Legend on "The Voice" Monday night.
Hoping to cure the coronavirus blues, local band The Florida Street Blowhards is doing another of its neighborhood outdoor concerts on Friday.
If you're looking forward to the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge’s second Sunday in the Park fall concert this weekend, you're not alone.
Louisiana native and country artist Hunter Hayes and singer-songwriter Jewel will team up for a 2 p.m. podcast Friday in recognition of World Mental Health Day on Saturday.
Without a 2020 Baton Rouge Blues Festival, Jontavious Willis’ show on Oct. 16 at Beauvoir Park will be the Baton Rouge Blues Foundation’s first in-person event since March.
Louisiana country artist Laine Hardy will perform another free live stream concert Thursday night to benefit American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Christian singer-songwriter and Louisiana native Lauren Daigle will give an online concert Oct. 11 to benefit those affected by Hurricane Laura.
Though it's hard to get too excited these days, a casual glance at the upcoming music release calendar signals months of good tunes.
Louisiana's Archie Williams didn't capture the winner's title on NBC's "America's Got Talent," but it was still a night he won't soon forget.
Archie Williams' appearance on the NBC "America's Got Talent" finals Tuesday night wasn't just about singing the Beatles' "Blackbird."
When it comes to choosing his songs for NBC competition series "America's Got Talent," Louisiana contestant Archie Williams says it's all about the meaning behind the music.
Like every place in Louisiana that isn’t New Orleans, Lake Charles usually doesn’t enter the national consciousness. The catastrophic damage Hurricane Laura inflicted on the region hasn’t registered either.
Louisiana's Archie Williams again warmed the judges' hearts with his performance of "Flying Without Wings" on the first night of "America's Got Talent's" semi-final rounds on Tuesday night.
Great things keep happening for Louisiana "America's Got Talent" singer Archie Williams, including finding his 42-year-old daughter, Ayesha.
If you're looking for something to do, take a trip to the New Orleans Museum of Art. Among its exhibits, you will find several religious-themed exhibitions.