Amarillo-based singer-songwriter Amy Coffman performs from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at 1011 Bistro, 1011 Guadalupe St., as part of a two-week tour through Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
The catch phrase of the Kerrville Folk Festival is “welcome home,” and that’s just how Mary Muse, the newly named executive director of the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation, feels about her new gig.
Josh Murley of NBC’s “The Voice” is a guest artist at a dinner concert fundraiser for Art2Heart at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at Guadalupe RV Resort Pavilion, 2605 Junction Highway, Kerrville.
CENTER POINT — If you like spaghetti westerns, you’re in luck: Spaghetti and meat sauce is on the menu at “How the West Was Fun,” a musical cavalcade from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 17, at American Legion Post 583, located on the corner of Highway 480 and Kelly Street.
Donald Braswell’s life could be the plot of a glorious Italian opera: A man on the brink of great success suffers great loss but is rescued from despair by the love of his life, who steels herself against all adversity to raise him up again to great heights.
Things are not so quiet at Quiet Valley Ranch, where there is a beehive of activity in preparation for the 18-day Kerrville Folk Festival, which begins May 21.
Playhouse 2000 recently was honored with awards for its production, “An Evening with William Inge’s ‘Bus Riley’” at the Texas Nonprofit Theaters’ State AACTFest.
Legendary musician David Crosby will perform at the Kerrville Folk Festival on June 6 — and fans already are lining up to hear the giant spin his musical tales.
Music will fill the halls of the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts Friday and Saturday when the Schreiner Concert Choir, the University Choir and a host of guest artists perform as part of “These Are the Days: A Musical Review.”