Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, who will perform May 20 at the Georgia Mountains Center, each had deep roots in bluegrass music before their first duo album hit shelves in 2008.
It's hard to listen to "Where've You Been," the 1989 hit by country singer Kathy Mattea, without shedding a tear.
Although it may seem like the school year just started, in reality students have little more than two weeks left in the year.
Elachee Nature Science Center's 10th annual spring benefit event, "Flights of Fancy," is set for 6-9 p.m. Friday, offering craft beer and a menu of grilled dishes.
Renowned Georgia author Janisse Ray will highlight the 2011 Georgia ForestWatch Wild & Woolly Forest Festival & Native Plant Sale on Saturday at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
Like a scene from a Shakespearean play, fair maidens in flowing gowns will take to a stage shaded by woods to dance in the fading sunlight this weekend.
The North Georgia Chamber Symphony is set to kick off a weekend filled with performances in North Georgia.
DAHLONEGA - Presented by North Georgia College & State University and the Dahlonega Arts Council, "Rodin: The Figure in Bronze" features 24 posthumous original bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin, a master sculptor in human forms and anatomy.
Performers with the Gainesville High School Theatre group will be trying their hands at bringing "Guys and Dolls" to life for their season closer.
The 13th annual Rubber Duck Derby to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County is scheduled for Saturday at Clark's Bridge Park on Lake Lanier.
The Gainesville Symphony Orchestra will team up with local youth to perform the Spring Fusion Concert on Saturday.
If anglophiles among us still are feeling a bit British-y after the big nuptials, they can end their weekend with a final bit of culture from the Isles.
Planning, practice and a government arts grant have made it possible for the Voices of North Georgia to perform "Carmina Burana" this weekend.
Good clean entertainment. That is the goal of comedian James Gregory. Apparently, Gregory is doing something right because he is often referred to as the "Funniest Man in America." Gregory has been doing stand-up for more than 20 years. He is regularly featured on more than 200 radio broadcasts from coast to coast, and has managed to set attendance records in many of the venues where he entertains. Now Gregory is planning to entertain North ...
The next seven days will be filled with a flurry of activity in downtown Gainesville. Kicking things off is the annual Spring Chicken Festival this weekend. The poultry celebration begins with a parade at 9 a.m. Saturday. The parade will begin the Suntrust Bank on Washington Street and wrap around the downtown square before concluding back at the bank. "This is the first time that we've had a parade in conjunction with the festival," said ...
Gainesville First United Methodist Church is hosting its 17th annual Christmas is One Language concert this Sunday.
Nashville songwriter Chuck Jones, who has had a number of charting singles on country and pop radio, will perform his rich archive of tunes at 8 p.m. Friday night at The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega.
Sounds of Thanksgiving and Christmas can be heard in the historic gym at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Center soon.
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center will host its fourth annual Sustainable Gingerbread House Competition and Exhibit the week of Thanksgiving.
Yoga, long acknowledged as a valuable tool for achieving optimal health and well-being, will bring its breathing and meditation exercises to the Helen Arts & Heritage facility this month.
The classic musical "Guys and Dolls," winner of a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for Drama, will end its run this week on a Gainesville stage.
Back for its 15th anniversary production, Horizon Theatre Company turns "ho ho ho" into "ha ha ha" as it reprises its popular production of "The Santaland Diaries" by award-winning satirist David Sedaris.
Often regarded as William Shakespeare's crowning achievement, "King Lear" is a tragedy about the relationship between parents and their offspring and shows how quickly relatives can become blinded by fear and killed with love.
North Georgians dreaming of becoming artists or beginners wanting to create a one-of-a-kind gift for a loved one for Christmas have the chance to learn from the best.
White County High School students are showing off their artistic talents by displaying a collection of pieces at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
The "America's Music" film series exploring a different musical genre's influence on American life will finish Saturday night at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus.
International award-winning singer-songwriter Jesse Terry will bring his indie sound to The Crimson Moon Cafe in Dahlonega this weekend.
Music from Mozart, Bartok and Brookshire will float through a handful of concert halls and venues as part of the University of North Georgia Orchestra's concert series this week.
The Red Mountain String Band will entertain the monthly contra dance at the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association Historic gym this weekend.
Grammy award-winning comedy and Western group Riders in the Sky will perform at the Historic Holly Theatre in Dahlonega this Saturday.