Bud’s Collective brings hundreds of folks together for bluegrass each month near Wardensville.
André Williams has one mission—to make music that heals.
This singer and songwriter is carving out her own niche in the folk music world.
Fairmont five-piece releases debut album.
The Main Street Café aims to bring Clarksburg's music scene back to life with an all-ages venue.
West Virginia rap trio is working on third release.
This Eastern Panhandle band boosts West Virginia’s hardcore sludge scene.
Kanawha Valley rock band Under Surveillance is back and has a new album—Savanna Moon—waiting in the wings.
Goodwolf's new album, Car in the Woods, is like the perfect drinking buddy—a balance of smart and self-deprecating.
The Tom Batchelor Band brings a piece of paradise to the mountains of West Virginia.
Alternative country-bluegrass band Dog & Gun releases a debut album.
This West Virginia rock band continues its climb to the top.
Charleston's Boulevard Tavern wants to promote live music throughout Charleston, the state, and the region.
The West Virginia Wine and Jazz Festival brings the best of both worlds to Morgantown year after year.
From Los Angeles to Nashville to Hurricane, West Virginia, Mark is making waves.
This Northern Panhandle native enters the music scene with help from acts like Jim Avett and Essential Machine.
Bluegrass music reverberates through the hills of Bruceton Mills as the summer concert series enters its 10th year.
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.