"There's always room here for the lonely
Louisiana singer Laine Hardy will celebrate his 21st birthday Sunday in the French Quarter, but not on the street you're thinking.
Carol Fran, the irrepressible rhythm-and-blues and swamp-blues singer, pianist and songwriter, died Wednesday at Ochsner Lafayette General Medical Center.
Hundreds of fans packed the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center Saturday to hear Louisiana’s own “American Idol” winner perform his country hits as well as some new singles.
The Baton Rouge Blues Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 18, has joined the long list of Louisiana festivals that won’t happen this fall.
Laine Hardy's jetted to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, to sing for the troops; performed his hit "Memorize You" on ABC's "The Bachelorette" and will make his Grand Ole Opry debut Aug. 28.
Monday is the day for Louisiana hopefuls to audition for the next season of ABC reality singing competition series "American Idol."
Smokehouse and Miss Mamie Porter were set to play Chorum Hall in Baton Rouge on Friday night. Due to the state's fourth COVID-19 spike, that indoor blues show has been postponed.
At first glance, the local bands sharing the bill at the Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge next week make for a dramatic contrast.
Michael Reno Harrell's five-date tour run through Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana will bring him to the Red Dragon Listening Room on Saturday.
Live music plays on in the Baton Rouge area in the midst of yet another coronavirus surge. If you're heading out this weekend, please be cautious and social distance — it's important.
“Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away” follows Louisiana native Guy from cotton fields to the White House.
KC Simms and Maison Harris will watch their documentary "We The Future!" on the Media Beacon in North Boulevard Town Square next week.
You've heard about the local music scene's revival so how about experiencing it in person this weekend?
Louisiana singer Laine Hardy will perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage for the first time Saturday, Aug. 28, Buena Vista Records/ Industrial Media’s 19 Recordings announced last week.
There are many quotable quotes about Independence Day, one of the earliest from the second U.S. president, John Adams.
With four dates remaining on his current tour with Toby Keith, Louisiana's Laine Hardy will also headline the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour starting July 22 in Dewey Beach, Delaware.
The eats, the music, the arts and crafts, and, fingers crossed, the sunshine will all be back this weekend for the 4th annual Baton Rouge Soul Food Festival.
Baton Rouge Gallery's Movies & Music on the Lawn went dark in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but now it's back.
There's another full weekend of music ahead in the Baton Rouge area, and for the icing on the cake — much of this music is wrapped up in three festivals.
In celebration of Black Music Month, the “National Battle of the Bands: A Salute to HBCU Marching Bands" film will be airing at 11 a.m. June 19 on WAFB, Channel 9, cable Channel 7.
The blues, like Lloyd “Teddy” Johnson, was born in the modest front rooms of rural shacks and shotguns where Black folks gave life to and nurtured a sound that was part music, part heart and part experience.
The reopened Raising Cane's River Center in Baton Rouge has details on four events happening in 2021 — first up, "Blippi: The Musical."