Ricky Skaggs can trace the beginning of his career in bluegrass to a high school stage in Martha, Ky.
When you listen to "Ghost of the Knoxville Girl," the 2009 release by Doug and Telisha Williams, it's plain to see why they belong to the hard-to-define genre of Americana music.
It was a great night for Georgia-based bands last Wednesday at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, as several groups with Georgia ties took the stage for the CMT Awards, and a few took home the show's coveted buckles.
If you want to experience the wineries, restaurants and artists of Sautee, the small artist community located between Cleveland and Helen, you can drive up to Taste of Sautee, set for Saturday at Sautee Village.
It's hard to listen to "Where've You Been," the 1989 hit by country singer Kathy Mattea, without shedding a tear.
Sharon and Jerry Kelly know the pain of being unemployed better than most.
Get your dose of fiber - fiber art, that is, at "Fiber is Good for You," the latest exhibit at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Dahlonega's Bear on the Square Mountain Festival is a celebration of Appalachia, with traditional crafts, dancing and music around every corner of the downtown square. It's paradise for fans of old-time and bluegrass music.
In the late 1700s, in the cross path where the territories of the Creek and Cherokee Indians met, the state of Georgia built a series of four forts to defend the settlers from an Indian uprising.
You might think artists would think outside the box, but "All Boxed In," the current exhibit at the Sautee Nacoochee Center, proves that they can think inside it, too.
If you have a heart for volunteering, you might want to stop in at the next meeting of the Buford Lanier Woman's Club.
The art of fly fishing is a complicated one, but to clear up some of the mystery, Smithgall Woods in Helen will have a workshop, "Flies and Fly Water," this Saturday, with information on the sport.
Leading up to the Spring Chicken Festival on April 30, Gainesville frame shop Frames-You-Nique is having its own chicken-related festivities.
They've got pies and a feast for your eyes at this pizza place.
If you live in Blairsville, part of your home's electricity may be provided by solar energy, thanks to a recently opened solar farm on Ed King Road.