Poverty is Real is a nonprofit organization whose name gets right to the point. The Decatur-based group uses music and concerts as a way to raise money to fight poverty in local communities. In Everett's Music Barn, the organization has found the perfect musical partner to raise funds for
Drivin' N Cryin' kicks off the series on May 11.
NASHVILLE -- Country music legend George Jones' final standing ovation, after a career filled with them, came on Thursday afternoon at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.. And the song that brought about 4,000 fans and friends to their feet was Jones' signature song, "He Stopped Loving Her Today
The city of Sugar Hill and Suwanee's Everett's Music Barn teamed up for a day of live music.
The two singers kick off Buford Community Center's 2013 concert series.
Candadian singer coming to Gwinnett Oct. 27. The date for ticket sales has not yet been released.
George Jones, whose career spanned more than six decades and included hits such as “He Stopped Loving Her Today” and “Window Up Above,” died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He had been hospitalized since April 18 with fever and irregular blood pressure, spokesman Kirt Webster said.
The legendary singer will perform April 27 as well as collect new or gently used musical instruments for The Manilow Music Project.
Ludwig Symphony Orchestra, Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and the GSO Youth Orchestra perform at the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center.
The season 12 finalists are slated to hit the Arena at Gwinnett Center's stage Aug. 4.
Continuing its annual tradition, Lawrenceville Tourism and Trade Association has announced the return of the Moonlight and Music Concert Series.
The Aurora Theatre allowed the audience to choose the songs to be performed throughout the night.
The concert is slated for Sept. 4. Tickets go on sale April 12.
By venue -- April 5