Category Archives: Music

‘Tis the Season for Music

The tradition of music for the holidays continues in Brunswick County with the Sea Notes Choral Society and the Brunswick Concert Band. These two volunteer groups comprised of local, dedicated and talented members of the community will once again provide

Festival of Goodwill and Cheer

"Dickens made Christmas a real holiday," MacCallum asserts. "Prior to Dickens and his novels, people really didn't celebrate Christmas. He brought Christmas to the lower class, the poor people. He really is the one responsible for Christmas cards, and just

Diverse Celebration

What: Brunswick County Intercultural Festival When: Saturday, September 7th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Where: Odell Williamson Auditorium 50 College Rd. NE, Bolivia Cost: FREE Info: www.bcifestival.org Brunswick County is set to turn into a multicultural melting pot on September

Calling All Musicians

Love to play music? Even those who have not tooted a note in years are invited to dust off their instrument and join the Brunswick Concert Band. There are no auditions, but participants should be able to play at least

Good Vibrations

The Beach Boys’ distinct voice is still alive in today's surf culture. Southport Magazine writer sits down with Mike Love, an original member of The Beach Boys who still performs with the band today.

The British Are Coming!

What: ‘Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation’ When: Fridays through Sundays at 8 p.m. May 17-19 and 24-26 Where: Franklin Square Park 105 E. Moore St., Southport Cost: Free! Info: (910) 278-6581 www.brunswicklittletheatre.com It’s the time of the season, as The Zombies wrote

Rising Angel

Jeanne Jolly’s voice was raised by an array of challenges and influences. From singing along to Loretta Lynn records in her youth to earning her masters in vocal performance—opera, to be specific—from the New England Conservatory (NEC), Jolly can cite

An Audience’s Afflatus

What: Broadway’s Next Hit Musical When: Friday, April 19th Doors: 7 p.m. • Show: 7:30 p.m. Where: Odell Williamson Auditorium 50 College Rd., Bolivia Cost: $10-27 Info: (910) 755-7416 www.bccowa.com Some would say the creativity coming out of Hollywood has

Southern Nights

Entertainment abounds this month as two shows will open across the area—one a comedic and dramatic theatrical depiction of the lives of five Southern women, and the other a musical revue of country and gospel classic tunes. “The Dixie Swim

A Storyteller’s Song

What: Rupert Wates When: Thursday, February 28 Doors: 6 p.m. • Show: 7 p.m. Where: Playhouse 211 4320-100 Southport-Supply Rd. St. James, NC Cost: $12-15 Info: www.playhouse211.com Gently yet rapidly picking his handmade Irish acoustic guitar, Rupert Wates serenades his

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