Lee Ann Womack, hoping to reclaim her Lone Star roots on her new record, makes a stop in Birmingham
A look at what's going on around the city this week.
Al Elliott explains how he hopes his “It Is Written 2” showcase can start community conversation.
Carson Cox discusses the evolution of his band’s hard-to-categorize sound.
The stalwart New Orleans band returns to WorkPlay on the heels of last year's '4 on the Floor.'
ASFA student Diamond Sparks discusses finding her voice as part of the Honors Performance Series Choir.
The 21-year-old musician talks making friends with iconic producers like Rick Rubin and Dave Cobb.
New records from Jason Isbell and Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires explore politics in the South with poetry and empathy.
As they prep for their second album, the Charleston-based band returns to Birmingham.
The Create Birmingham initiative, announced in May, is designed to assist both Birmingham businesses and external movie productions.
Andy Jackson talks reuniting his '90s punk band and strengthening its Birmingham ties.
Birmingham quartet releases new album, 'Bitter Words.'
The Bacon Brothers — one a famous actor, the other a prolific composer — bring their genre-fusing sound to the Lyric Theatre.
Tattoos and the artists who ink them are becoming more and more common, but as the business grows, it faces challenges
Space One Eleven’s new program is challenging what it means to be a “senior citizen.”