Music

Band spotlight: Bourbon Country

What is the band’s name and how did it get that name?


Jo Dee Messina, Garrison Keillor headline Raue Center's new season

Country star Jo Dee Messina and radio legend Garrison Keillor are among the acts recently announced as part of the Raue Center For The Arts’ new season.


Jimmy Nick brings energy to the blues at McHenry fest

If mellow comes to mind when you think of blues music, you haven’t heard Jimmy Nick.


Planit 10: 10 things to do July 24 through July 31

Looking for something to do? We have 10 suggestions.


Second venue adds grandeur to Woodstock Mozart Festival

A second venue for the Woodstock Mozart Festival amps up the sights to go along with the world-class sounds visitors will experience throughout the three-weekend event.


Woodstock Folk Festival schedule of events

WHEN: 12:30 to 6 p.m. July 20


Changing dreams to chase for Chasin’ Mason

When Chasin’ Mason first formed about 11 years ago, they named themselves after a highly sought-after studio musician in Nashville.


Truth in song: Magic of words and music inspires Woodstock Folk Festival honoree

Andrew Calhoun sees the Woodstock Folk Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award as sort of a promissory note for future projects.


'American Idol's' Lee DeWyze takes the Ribfest stage

“American Idol” isn’t the only television program to feature Lee DeWyze’s music.


Keifer's Cinderella stories

Unlike the hit song he wrote for Cinderella, Tom Keifer knew what he got even before it was gone – or on hiatus.


Festival combines camping, creek and bluegrass music

It’s become known as a festival with character.


Reason to keep rockin'

A young college student when his band Head East took off, Roger Boyd took what he likes to call a hard rock sabbatical.


Lipinsky brings energy to the Raue’s piano

Jerry Lee Lewis always will be an inspiration, but this time around, it’s all Lance Lipinsky.


Ambiance and music: Concerts in the park draw fans

Parks throughout McHenry County have their own theme music.


Casey Kasem, king of the Top 40 countdown, dead

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Casey Kasem, the internationally famous radio broadcaster with the cheerful manner and gentle voice who became the king of the top 40 countdown with a syndicated show that ran for decades, died Sunday. He was 82.


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