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


The golden era of reggae and rock-steady gleamed again for two hours at the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center August 13, when Toots & the Maytals delighted their audience with a concert featuring many Jamaican hits from the 1960s and 1970s.

With a lifetime of musical activism and nonviolent resistance behind her, Mavis Staples still sings for peace and justice.

John Zannini is holding a benefit photography and music extravaganza at Salt, on Lagoon Pond Road in Vineyard Haven, the weekend of August 10 through 12.

At most Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society concerts, human voices are only heard introducing the music and cheering the performances.

Although the band doesn’t have quite the national following of Kid Rock, they Pinkletinks have become a big hit on the Vineyard over the past few years.

Patty Griffin has built a life of traveling the world and singing her carefully framed miniatures. Three decades into her career, the woman regarded as an “artist’s artist” realized things needed to change.