When musician Jason Molina died, music blogger April Wolfe thought she owed it to their mutual West Virginia roots to commemorate him.
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston is hosting a unique music festival featuring country, rock, bluegrass, and, well, insanity.
Regional talent flocks to Timothy’s at The Quarrier Diner in Charleston every Tuesday night to show what they’re made of.
Shiley Acres offers up pure rock and roll and a one-of-a-kind experience in Berkeley County.
Shepherdstown based indie rock band releases its second full-length album, Silver Lining, on vinyl.
Soulful singer-songwriter MaryLeigh plays an intimate show at The Purple Fiddle in Thomas.
Music and nature combine at this annual festival in Preston County.
The indie-folk trio plays a live show for U92.
This old-time West Virginia band represents Appalachia’s musical heritage all over the world.
A historic venue in Shepherdstown offers a unique location for performances and movies.
Appalachian-rock group The Floorboards prepare to play at The Empty Glass in Charleston.
Bluesy-rock band The Roils is set to headline 123 Pleasant Street in Morgantown.
Gavin DeGraw returns to WVU for a concert on March 30, 2014.
American Idol semi-finalist Chase Likens and Walmart singing sensation Kayla Slone perform across West Virginia.
A new band in Morgantown regularly packs 123 Pleasant Street.
Country singer and Morgantown native Ashley McMillen returns home to perform for the first time.
Dayton, Ohio rock band Motel Beds reflects on their newest album, These Are The Days Gone By.
Don’t miss Angelique Kidjo, Julian Lage Trio, Valerie June, and Eilen Jewell.
The Wheeling jam rock band is climbing the charts.
Boone County’s Scott Holstein breaks into bluegrass as a West Virginia Music Hall of Fame nominee.