Dave Buker & the Historians is a Columbus, Ohio-based musical outfit formed in January 2010.
We sit down with the band members to learn about their creative process, the meaning behind their name, and the theme of their third and latest album “What Can Bring You Back to Me?” that was released just this October.
Though his death was over four decades ago, Jimi Hendrix is still remembered today as one of the greatest guitarists of all time.
To commemorate his 70th birthday year, American Master’s Hear My Train A Comin’ will feature never before seen footage and interviews with family, well-known friends and musicians.
Since its establishment in 1890, Civic Morning Musicals has offered Central New York audiences a chance to view the skilled performances of local artists.
Tony Ellis began playing banjo alongside bluegrass legends from a young age. He stood next to greats like legendary mandolinist Bill Monroe, a pioneer the genre. For last 25 years, he has written a different kind of banjo music that focuses on melody and unique tunings.
“Columbus Blues” April 6 & 7 at Woodlands Tavern Sean Carney is a blues guitarist with a mission.Â With a little help from his friends, he has been raising money to help fund cancer research over the past two years with performances and concerts.Â On Friday and Saturday, he’s got a lineup of the nation’s [...]
Songs are time machines. They take you back to very specific times in your life, they push you forward or they help to center you in the very moment you are in. They become warm blankets in times of sadness, and a mentor in times of contemplation. For painter Milisa Valliere, songs are her way into her paintings.