When 49 Winchester strode onstage Saturday at Cumberland Square Park in Bristol, Virginia, temperatures swooped into the low 40s. By the time headliner Drew Holcomb concluded his headlining set, the mercury bowed into the 30s. But 49 Winchester and Holcomb turned up the heat.
The Bosses convene on Saturday, May 8, at The Cascade Draft House in downtown Bristol, Tennessee. Kimberly sings. Daniel plays guitar. Together, the folk music duo's style isn't driven on protest songs or political statements; they tend to shape lyrics into odes of life.
If your Valentine’s Day proceedings involve a platter of nuts, cheeses and other charcuterie, a quality port is the ideal drink.
Ella Patrick sat alone in a canoe in the dark of the night by the light of the moon and sang. No, she was not quarantined. That was years ago and in childhood. Nowadays, Patrick performs under the moniker Momma Molasses. Quarantined in North Carolina, Patrick as Momma Molasses will perform for Bristol and the world via livestream 7 p.m. Thursday. That’s tonight, folks. She’s the latest to embrace Believe in Bristol’s Social Distancing Series.
It was promising to be an uncharacteristically warm winter day in Boston. The temperature on Jan. 15, 1919, had soared to 40 degrees from 2 degrees earlier in the week, prompting many downtown workers to head outdoors.
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WHITETOP, Va. — For one last festival, as the leaves turn all colors, the Christmas tree farmers of Whitetop turn off their tractors. They lay…