Jackson music impresario and Bebop Record Shop co-founder Drake Elder died the morning of Friday, Aug. 14, at his home in Brandon.
Musician Aven Whittington likes to call The Hustlers "howl-at-the-moon music." Another description may be "front-porch music."
Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell has had a busy couple of years since he last played in Jackson in 2013.
When you walk into Zoubir Tabout Antiques & Interieurs, you are not only greeted by an array of items from another era, such as paintings, hats and furniture; the shop bulldog, Dagobert, also greets you.
Osid Riley helps manage Comic Commander in Ridgeland and assists in various capacities at Martin's Lounge, which happens to be the site of his latest venture: Free the Local Music.
Photographer Euphus Ruth uses an early photographic process called collodion to produce art with a vintage aesthetic.
Ludwig van Beethoven, the classical composer, is deeply engrained into our culture. His famous "Fifth Symphony" is so recognizable that it ranks up there with "Happy Birthday to You" in music almost everyone knows.
Southern-rock jam band Gov't Mule has been a staple of the American live-music scene since forming in the early '90s, playing more than 100 shows a year.
Jay Dean, 62, understands the importance of his role as artistic director of the Mississippi Opera. He served in the position from 2010-2012 before taking a sabbatical, and he returned for the 2014-2015 season.
Like it or not, cell phones are going to play a role in your music experience. The question is: When and how often should you use your personal device during a performance?