Paul Robeson is coming to the Vineyard. Well, not the actual Mr. Robeson. The famous football player, singer, actor and activist died in 1976.
Al Schackman was Nina Simone’s guitarist for 40 years. He is also an Oak Bluffs seasonal resident.
At the Old Whaling Church — arguably the Vineyard’s finest sonic space — the chamber society on Monday presented an evening of music featuring the...
Over the course of a 40-year career drummer Rick Marotta has toured with everyone from Aretha Franklin to Steely Dan to John Lennon and many others...
Ellis Paul may not be a Vineyard native, but it sure feels that way.
Peter Simon recently unearthed an interview he did with Jerry Garcia in 1975 for WVOI, the precursor to radio station WMVY. He gave a copy of the...
This Monday at Flatbread Pizza, singer Donavon Frankenreiter will give a performance of new and old music, marking his return to the Vineyard.
The Chamber Music Society hosts the Weiss-Kaplan-Stumpf Trio on August 10 at the Edgartown Whaling Church, and August 11 at the Chilmark’s Community...
On Monday nights at Featherstone Center for the Arts, it’s all about the music. This week, Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish embraced the outdoor stage as...

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Arts Briefs

Sonika Vaid, a 20-year-old singer and Vineyard summer resident, continues to advance through the rounds in the final season of American Idol.

On Sundays at 4 p.m. in February the West Tisbury Library is hosting Jazz Sundays presented by Eric Johnson.

On Sunday, Jan. 10, at 4 p.m. the West Tisbury library will host a free classical music recital.

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