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Peace Center, Edwin McCain team up to boost music scene

Greenville News

Two decades ago, when singer Edwin McCain was building his career, he found a warm reception in Charleston.

St. Paul and Broken Bones explore questions

Greenville News

Paul Janeway, front man of rock-and-soul band St. Paul and the Broken Bones, grew up in a home where secular music wasn’t permitted.

‘An American in Paris’ arrives at the Peace Center

Greenville News

Before bringing “An American in Paris” to Broadway, the musical’s producers decided to give the lavish show a trial run in — you guessed it — Paris.

Goo Goo Dolls continue musical evolution

Greenville News

The Goo Goo Dolls had a monster hit in 1998 with the ballad “Iris.” A megahit like that can catapult a band into a new level of stardom, but it can also loom over whatever the band tries to do for the rest of its career.

Amos Lee bringing tour to Greenville

Greenville News

Folk-rock singer-songwriter Amos Lee began his musical career as a University of South Carolina student in the late 1990s.

Now, Lee is returning to the state to perform at the Peace Center.

‘Basetrack Live’ looks at the sacrifices of war

Greenville News

War abroad — and at home — is brought to vivid life on stage in “Basetrack Live,” the production arriving at the Peace Center’s Gunter Theatre on Tuesday.

A six-pack of Gladys Knight facts

Greenville News

Singer Gladys Knight has been a musical legend for going on six decades now. Her nickname is “Empress of Soul,” and her string of hits with the Pips started with 1961’s “Every Beat of My Heart.”

Mind Games

Greenville Journal

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is a journey into a world most of the audience will never experience personally.

‘Curious Incident’ arrives at the Peace Center

Greenville News

At the heart of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is a mystery:

A dog has turned up dead. Someone killed him with a garden tool.

Who did the evil deed?

St. Paul and Broken Bones coming to town

Greenville News

The funky soul band St. Paul and the Broken Bones is headed to Greenville.