Buoyed by his characteristically soaring spirit, the surging crowd around him and a pair of canes, Pete Seeger walked through the streets of Manhattan leading an Occupy Wall Street protest in 2011.
It’s music to their ears. The Sacramento Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra will play on.
NASA officials say the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger accident “should never be trivialized” in response to a new song from Beyonce that features an audio sample recorded just after tragedy struck.
Lou Reed was a pioneer for countless bands who didn’t worry about their next hit single.
It’s Jazz in the courtyard. Enjoy the smooth and classy sounds of Jazz outdoors on the Stockton Waterfront featuring saxophonist Patrick Lamb in concert this Sunday.
While Sacramento residents enjoy music all year round, there is something about the summer season that brings out the masses to music events.
It is Friday of the four-day BottleRock Napa Festival. A casual glance around reveals multitudes of music-lovers in a variety of fashions, holding first-class disposable wine glasses, and what look to be large Capri Suns filled with, you guessed it, wine.
See the winners at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
From bursts of color in the evening sky to music, dance, rock climbing and ice, the final days of 2012 offer a little bit of everything to Sacramento residents and visitors. While ushering in the new year is often an adult-centric experience, these options offer fun and entertainment for families, teens and tots.
Tailgating is a mobile party. Take the party with you with this versatile playlist.
From alternative rock to indie rock, country and more, this spring is sure to have a concert to get everyone shakin’ their groove thing.
Traditional, tribal, free verse or pastoral, Sacramento is the perfect place to celebrate the spoken word during National Poetry Month.