World-renowned jazz musician Kat Edmonson performs tonight at Bucknell University’s Weis Center, and we take some time to share her story via this week’s Keeping the Beat podcast.
It’s just a drum until someone pours their heart into it and makes it their own. Then it becomes an instrument with a unique history and character, the kind of thing that might appeal to drum collectors around the country.
Over the last 10 years, jazz singer/songwriter Kat Edmonson has risen to an enviable place in contemporary American music. Edmonson has toured worldwide, performing with artists such as Lyle Lovett, Chris Isaak, Jamie Cullum and Gary Clark Jr. But it all began with an exposure to music as a child.
Fifty years ago, Joan Myers Brown began to realize very few career opportunities were available to the young black girls who had been a part of a dancing school she had begun a decade earlier.
From trick-or-treating to a pet parade, tails will have lots of reasons to wag this Saturday at the 3rd Annual Fall Pawtacular at the Shikellamy State Park marina.
Marooned with a summer camp music instructor 12 hours after others campers were discharged, an 8-year-old KJ Reimensnyder-Wagner found the inspiration she needed to pursue music.
An estimated 1,600 people including bicyclists from across the country are expected to visit the Lewisburg area this weekend with the return of the unPAved gravel biking race, according to Andrew J. Miller, executive director, Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau.
The Community Arts Center in Williamsport will come alive this weekend with the presence and sounds of 120 musicians from 20 states at the 10th annual Liberty Classic Community Band Festival.
Renowned contemporary Christian musicians Building 429 and Britt Nicole will share their music and help raise awareness for the locally based JMeg Ministries during a concert Friday night at Revival Tabernacle in Watsontown.
The ripple effect of the NFL’s funding of a new Midd-West High School football team has sparked a new community-based event planned for this Saturday.
It’s a feast of all those good, old-fashioned foods made from scratch, with some music, demonstrations and antique vehicles thrown in for good measure.
DANVILLE — Kissing a cow, a costume contest, vendors and reduced adoption fees will be part of the free and family-friendly Pawtober Fest 2019 on Saturday.
The weather is cooler and the fall harvest is in full swing. This weekend, the Fremont Fire Department will specifically highlight the local apple harvest with an annual festival they have hosted for more than 15 years.
Travis Wilt — better known as T-Ravill throughout the region — was featured in a viral music video that was shared on social media platforms associated with Ellen Degeneres and Ashton Kutcher.
From the quilts on their beds to the buckets that carried water, early settlers had to make most of their own household items, something people today could enjoy learning.
If you’re in the mood for some good clean fun and lots of laughs, there’s still time to grab tickets for Friday night’s performance “Live and Let Laugh,” featuring Jim Breuer, at the Community Arts Center (CAC).
Well-known Chicago radio personality Studs Terkel wrote a book focusing on a multitude of people and their jobs, some well-known and others barely noticed. The book was translated into an entertaining, insightful musical.
Lake Tobias will be hosting Pioneer Days this weekend sponsored by the Messiah Lutheran Church of Fisherville. The event will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is held in Pavilions D and E at the park.
The Richfield United Methodist Church’s annual fundraising benefit this year will include a concert and auction to raise funds for a local mom who is battling pancreatic cancer and an 11-year-old local girl in need of a kidney transplant.
Holy limited edition poster, Batman! The West End Library will host comic book artist Mark McKenna on Saturday during an open house from 1-4 p.m.
Valley musician Luke Metzger shares the story about the rock band Diversifyed, which features him and his father along with Barry Weber and his daughter, Trish.
“Our Miss Brooks!” was a popular radio and television sitcom in the 1940s and 1950s, and RiverStage Community Theatre is expecting the play to be a local hit as well, as the group kicks off a new season.
Billy Kelly once vowed to never be a children's entertainer, that was until he had kids of his own. Now, the Grammy-nominated musician and comedian finds himself emulating the old School House Rock videos of his childhood as he strives to entertain and educate through his music.
The Beaver Community Fair began in 1928 as a school project emphasizing local agriculture and home economics. It didn’t take long for the entire community to come together to celebrate, enhance, and exhibit the tastes and treasures of their beloved rural lifestyle.
The first-ever Fifth Street Food Fest will celebrate the food and cultures of Sunbury on Friday evening along Fifth Street, from Market to Chestnut, in front of the Degenstein Community Library.