Huge crowds flock to Piedmont Park for Atlanta festival
“Best ever” is a judgment call, but Music Midtown 2014 had plenty of highlights.
Ok Go to play Atlanta's Terminal West tonight
Indie rock stalwarts OK Go will bring their multimedia performance to Atlanta’s Terminal West as part of the band’s current national club tour.
Fifth annual wildlife festival set for downtown Albany
It is what officials call a celebration of all creatures great and small whether they are scaly, feathered, slimy or furry. The itinerary for the event will include birds of prey and reptile shows, SCUBA lessons in the RiverQuarium Blue Hole and a puppet show.
Things to do over the next seven days in Metro Albany and Southwest Georgia
Booking signing today by interior design expert Jennifer Boles; Dougherty County Sheriff Kevin Sproul speaks at Albany Civicl Rights Institute's monthly Community Night on Thursday; Theatre Albany opens its "Odd Couple (Female Version)" production Friday; wildlife comes to the Flint RiverQuarium Saturday while Plains celebrates peanuts and Tifton hosts a two-day truck and tractor pull.
It will be the first Tifton performance by Austin French since he competed on the nationally televised competition
Aution French will perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 3-4 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The concerts will benefit the college’s Ag Business Club
The Sunday concert launches the third season of the Symphony @ the Museum concert series
The Gaziza Zhubanova String Quartet will be in concert at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Albany Museum of Art, 311 Meadowlark Drive. The group will play classics, plus a selection from its native Kazakhstan.
'A Walk Amoing the Tombstones' ends up in second place
"Maze Runner" pulls in $32.5 million in U.S. and Canadian box offices.
Theatre Albany performs the female version of classic comedy 'The Odd Couple'
While their characters get on each other’s nerves throught the play, the leads of Theatre Albany’s performance of “The Odd Couple (Female version)” — Kelly Mullins and Karen McNally — say their on-stage chemistry clicked early on.
THE OLD ROCKER: Top picks range from the Stones to Tony Orlando
There’s one thing for certain about those of us who love rock ‘n’ roll. Our tastes vary as much in music as they do in food, clothes and TV programs. Preferences vary from Doo-Wop to Rockabilly to British Invasion to Motown.
The oldest American circus celebrates its 130th anniversary
The circus will run Monday and Tuesday with shows at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. both days. Shows will take place at the Albany Exchange Club Fairgrounds at South Westover Boulevard and Oakridge Drive.
Music, competitions, kids’ activities featured during all-day Sasser gathering
Four local bands will perform Saturday during the daylong Sasser Tailgate Jam.
Festival’s highlights start with headliners Eminem, Jack White
Music Midtwon 2014 kicks off at 4:30 this afternoon with dueling headliners on at 9 p.m.
Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County cancels Eliminate Dance
The Kiwanis club of Dougherty County announced Monday that the organization is cancelling its “Eliminate Dance” which had been scheduled for this Friday night.
Lee County music star will be first to perform on Today show digital-exclsuive format
“The Orange Room,” a social media offshoot of the “Today” program, will feature Phillip Phillips of Lee County performing.
THE OLD ROCKER: Ricky Nelson had biggest advantage of any teen TV actor turned singer
Nelson, 16, introduced his first record, a cover of the Fats Domino hit “I’m Walkin’,“ on the TV show on April 10, 1957. The song quickly climbed to No. 4 on the charts. The flip side, “A Teenager’s Romance,” reached No. 2.