The second annual Misty Mountain Music Festival takes place this weekend. There, you can enjoy some of the areas best folk, bluegrass, country and rock.
One of the festival's acts stopped by our studios Thursday to give us a preview.
Hunter Wolfe and Are are getting ready to play at the after party for for one of their role models, Jack White, formerly of the White Stripes, a band he started with just his guitar and his sister, a drummer.
A local band "From Here on Blue" recently wrapped up a successful EP release party at The Southern. Wednesday they stopped by the Newsplex studios to give us a preview of what we can expect from their record.
The musical duo Robin and Linda Williams visited the Newsplex for an in studio performance. They played a song off of their new album, which is set to be released next month. The group will be performing in Staunton for a CD release party.
Rusted Root is in town for a performance at the Jefferson. The band's eclectic world music style draws influences from all over the globe. Their musical genre can't be pin-pointed and sometimes, neither can their lyrics.
Three contestants competed for the "Miss Red Ribbon" crown and a half dozen other performers took the stage for the first annual pageant. The charity drag show raises money for the Aids Services Group.
Paris Hilton Won't Get Grandad's Fortune Charity doesn't begin at home, evidently. Hotel magnate Barron Hilton, the 80-year-old grandfather of Paris Hilton, will give $2.3 billion, the bulk of his fortune, to charity.
The Amazing Kreskin Casts His Ballot The Amazing Kreskin doesn't usually predict elections but the mentalist says the name of the next president has come to him. The prediction's been locked in a box and given to a New York bar owner for safekeeping until the polls close in 2008.
Pop Culture's Movers And Shakers Radar Magazine held its first annual "New Radicals" Gala reception and silent auction to benefit the International Fund For Animal Welfare. The event was held at The New Museum in New York.