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Blues-rock veteran George Thorogood celebrates his 40th year in music in 2014.

Charlotteans will compete against one another for Best R&B Song in Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. 8 p.m., CBS.

Soprano Jill Gardner of Kernersville stars in two of the operas Jan. 18, Jan. 23, Jan. 26.

Lotti’s “Gloria” in C No. 1 will be performed for the first time in 300 years in Charlotte, Davidson and Winston-Salem by the Piedmont Baroque Consortium.

First-timer opera goers can enter Opera Carolina’s drawing for 250 pairs of free tickets to the Jan. 23, performance of Puccini’s “Il Trittico” at Belk Theater.

Brevard’s Steep Canyon Rangers were already considered a top-notch bluegrass band before hooking up with comedian-turned-banjo-picker Steve Martin.

Verdi returns as “Architects of Love” theme frames Opera Carolina’s 65th year.

Charlotte songwriter Mark Crozer’s song went viral when a WWE wrestler started using it as his entrance music.

It may not be a good thing for her, but Miley Cyrus had the most memorable moment at the MTV Video Music Awards.

Nowadays, long hair and loud guitars are common in country music. That wasn’t always the case.

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