Shakti in the Mountains, 409 E. Unaka Ave., Johnson City: Friday, inner rhythm belly dance, 5:45 p.m., $10 per class.
Wednesday night was a mid-semester performance for East Tennessee State University's Bluegrass, Old Time and Country Music Studies students, as the Deep Gap Ramblers took the stage first. The program was also celebrating the release of its first CD
With online music and instrument stores killing the brick-and-mortar market these days, you really have to be on your toes to survive. One area has bucked the trend, however, and people in Johnson City know where to go when they need something: a
Who: Symphony of the Mountains with special guests Christina Bouey and Steven Doane
Tuesday, Oct. 16
“Art and Arias” will be presented by the East Tennessee State University Opera Theatre next week.
Who: Cellist Inbal Segev
Veterans Park, 1005 Southwest Ave., Johnson City: Sunday, The Local Honeys, 3-5 p.m., free.
It was 90 years ago this month that some of the most talented musicians and singers in the area responded to a newspaper advertisement headlined “Can You Sing or Play Old-Time Music?” That gathering led to the historically important Johnson City
Oct 6, 2018 at 10:22 PM
Who: Riders in the Sky