Island pianist Adele Dreyer performs an online concert in memory of those lost.
Edgartown Library
Kate Dario
When the Black Eyed Susans take the stage the audience rises to the occasion, even if they don’t know exactly who is playing.
Black Eyed Susans
Elizabeth Bennett
Jemima James and her son Willy Mason shared the bill as the Martha’s Vineyard Museum kicked off its 2021 Music in the Courtyard series.
Willy Mason
Martha's Vineyard Museum
Kate Taylor is performing a concert on August 3 at the Tabernacle for her new album Why Wait.
Kate Taylor


Will Luckey, a well-known Island musician and music teacher, died on August 17 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital after battling cancer.

Mark Lovewell’s new CD, With the Fishes, pays tribute to fishermen, their boats, their prey and the communities—social and economic—that support them.

The Vineyard Sinfonietta celebrates its longest serving member on Sunday with a concert in her honor.

From the Gazette archives: a story about James Taylor appearing at a Hootenanny in 1963.


Roberta Kirn finds songs wherever she goes, a wandering minstrel for music as part of her Song Exchange Project.

The Yard is on a mission to help Vineyarders beat the winter doldrums with dance.