THE OLD ROCKER: Tuesday marks the 56th anniversary of crash that killed three stars
Feb. 3, 1959, is, arguably, the most-tragic day in rock ‘n’ roll history as three stars were killed in an airplane crash that also claimed the life of Roger Peterson, the pilot.
Fireproof star is in a new movie and has formed a production company in California
Erin Bethea, 32, first started to pursue her ambitions while a student at Sherwood Christian Academy by going into the theater program there at age 15.
On 'Duff Till Dawn,' competitors have to beat daybreak as well as their opponent
The competition ends each episode of the Food Network show when the sun rises.
FDB performs at Outta Tha Box gathering.
Three-day Dothan festival features some of country, rock's big names
Big-name performers are scheduled for the fourth annual Toadlick Music Festival.
Large music festivals planned May 8-10 in Atlanta, Tampa
Several bands will travel from Tampa to Atlanta over the May 8-10 weekend to perform at both the Big Guava and Shaky Knees festivals.
Battle of the Bands pre-battles continue at Big Rax and Coach's
Albany’s Battle of the Bands got off to a rocking start recently when local rock bands Days to Come and Mopeland, duked it out in the first of a series of pre-battles leading up to the Battle of the Bands finale in April.
FILM COMMENTARY: Happy endings are not always what they seem
The big screen treatment of children’s fairy tales includes grown-up consequences for the characters.
Traditional father and daughter dance to include entire family this year
The Albany Daddy Daughter Dance has become a tradition, and a good opportunity for fathers and daughters to bond. This year, the event has become a family dance — meaning the entire family can enjoy the experience.
The First Tuesday series is in its 14th year
The First Tuesday Concert Series will feature “A Night of Choral Music” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in the Chapel of All Faiths at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The concert is open to the public at no charge.
Ahead of the much anticipated blizzard in the Northeastern United States this week, Matt Glendinning, the principal at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I., announced his school’s snow day with his own “Let It Go” parody, “School Is Closed.”
Leesburg native files contract compaint with California state government
Saying he is “grateful for the opportunities” American Idol afforded him, Phillip Phillips is suing to gain control of his career.
OLD ROCKER: Rydell, Francis, Mathis and Houston overlooked by Hall of Fame
This column explains why Connie Francis, Whitney Houston, Johnny Mathis and Bobby Rydell deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.
Model railroad club holds Albany train show
The Flint River Model Railroad Club holds its annual train show at the Knights of Columbus hall in Albany.
Herald looking for Southwest Georgia’s favorite musicians, venues
DJs are added to the mix of favorite musicians being sought by this newspaper.