April 14, 2020 News & Features » Cover Story


The Music Issue 

The return of the Legendary Ingramettes plus ways Richmond’s music scene is coping with the pandemic blues.

click to enlarge cover16_music_no_headlines.jpg

Sound Values
A musician and teacher is finding interesting things by data mapping the local scene.

Playing at Home
Local musicians describe the pros and cons of teaching music online.

Sound of Silence
Singer Landon Elliott is finding a way to tour in place.

Freedom Music
A new gospel album from the Legendary Ingramettes couldn’t have come at a better time.

Chasing That Sound
After decades of obscurity, the Silent Boys are stepping into the spotlight.

Tomorrow’s Hits
Local recording engineers are hoping there will still be a market left as the economic recession plays out.

Panning Out
Nonprofit is bringing close-knit classes to lonely children.



Latest in Cover Story


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Connect with Style Weekly

Most Popular Stories

  • Cars, Horses and Children

    Cars, Horses and Children

    A Valentine exhibition uses the work of amateur photographer Edith Shelton to shine a light on Richmond neighborhoods of the ’50s through the ’70s.
    • Jan 19, 2021
  • Richmonder of the Year

    Richmonder of the Year

    After a global pandemic stopped everything, Dr. Danny TK Avula was the right person at the right time.
    • Dec 29, 2020
  • Demolition Crew

    Demolition Crew

    RRHA moves into 2021 facing increased calls for transparency.
    • Jan 19, 2021
  • Cajun Adventures

    Cajun Adventures

    Former Richmonder Ann Savoy publishes her second major work about Cajun, Creole and zydeco music.
    • Jan 12, 2021
  • More »

Copyright © 2021 Style Weekly
Richmond's alternative for news, arts, culture and opinion
All rights reserved
Powered by Foundation