Johnnie Johnson Festival this weekend
Many likely remember Johnnie Johnson as an accomplished musician, but for Bill Stalnaker, he was much more than that.
“We were actually in an interview one time and they asked him about our friendship and he said, ‘Oh, this goes beyond friendship,’” Stalnaker, also a musician, said.
Marlee Scott brings high energy to Fairmont
From Canada to the United States, singer Marlee Scott has found her new home.
She took the stage at Palatine Park on Wednesday for the Fairmont Fourth of July celebration. There, next to the riverfront, Scott belted out edgy tunes that were inspired by her audience.
WVPT season starts this week
As the West Virginia Public Theatre (WVPT) opened up the red curtains at the Metropolitan Theatre on Wednesday for the first time this season, they were thrilled to reveal who was behind the curtain.
Casey James to perform at Palatine Park
Years ago, Casey James would not have expected to be traveling all over the United States.
Performing in bars and restaurants in Texas was reward enough for him.
‘Musication’ is offered at St. Paul
With summer break in full swing, it’s time for planned family vacations and relaxation.
But if you’re a music lover, Anne Schooley, director of the St. Paul School of Music, invites you to participate in what she calls “musication.”
Music Fest to be held at East Marion
This Saturday’s weather forecast shows that temperatures could reach 85 degrees.
Many may find themselves wanting to soak up the rays or cool off at the Wave Pool at East Marion Park, but on this particular Saturday, there is a little extra fun in store for those who visit.
Pattyfest to honor Patty Looman
There was something special about Patty Looman.
A former dulcimer player, teacher, performer and music advocate, she inspired generations of musicians with her love to teach others.
Three Rivers Festival to start today
The smell of cotton candy, kids’ laughter on a carnival ride and excitement from the parade are familiar memories for people who look forward to a local event that attracts many every year.
FSHS chorus claims top honors
A bus breaking down on the way home from a competition may be a bump in the road for some schools, but for Fairmont Senior High School chorus members, they were still riding off the excitement from earlier.
EFHS choral groups receive highest ratings
Trophies may decorate the East Fairmont High School classroom where choral director Skip Wilson teaches, but shiny gold awards can’t hold a candle to the impact students say he has made.
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