As Sarah Shook and The Disarmers, Jamey Johnson and The Avett Brothers warmed up the PNC Music Pavilion crowd at the Outlaw Music Festival re-do, forgive us if we couldn’t help but wonder: Would Willie Nelson be good to go this time?
Nathan Richie, a former on-air host at WEND-FM and WLKO-FM in Charlotte who recently had landed his dream job in radio, died in a motorcycle accident Saturday in Indian Land, S.C., while on his way to meet his father-in-law for breakfast. He was 53.
Lea Michele dishes on her former "Glee" co-star (and close friend) Darren Criss, who she's teamed up with for a concert dubbed "The LM/DC Tour" that will feature a host of songs from the TV series. They'll play Charlotte July 1.
Charlotte Knights pitcher Tyler Danish has spent a good chunk of the past three seasons coping with hitters in the International League, but he's spent a good chunk of his life coping with personal tragedy, including the loss of his father.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spent nearly 45 minutes sitting on the Belk Theater stage Wednesday night engaged in a bittersweet chat about his book, “Promise Me, Dad.” Then he stood up and fanned speculation: Will he run in 2020?
Hall & Oates — who co-headline Spectrum Center on Monday with Pat Monahan and Train — might continue touring for years. Maybe even decades ... although one of them is perhaps more optimistic about that prospect than the other.
Def Leppard and Journey teamed up for a 3-1/2-hour rock concert at Charlotte’s Spectrum Center on Saturday night that featured a slew of ’70s, ’80s and ’90 hits, a heavy dose of nostalgia, and a woman waving a pair of red underwear.
A chat with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen about their two-man show and their friendship featured an ostentatious entrance by Cohen and — thanks to some breaking news — a hasty exit by Cooper. In between? Several other fun surprises ...
The true story of how "American Animals" — set in Kentucky and inspired by a real-life crime where four college students attempt to steal pricey rare books from Transylvania University — was filmed in Charlotte. And wait: Is that Davidson College and Johnson C. Smith University and UNCC?
In our interview with Dale Earnhardt Jr., the future NASCAR Hall of Famer provides a look at the bumpy ride he and his wife Amy took while fixing up a dilapidated Key West house for DIY Network’s “Renovation Realities: Dale Jr. & Amy.”
On the eve of their summer concert tour, Kevin and Michael Bacon — also known as The Bacon Brothers — talk about their new self-titled album, how they hooked up with G.E. Smith, and what the heck “Tom Petty T-Shirt” is all about.
A Charlotte lawyer was running the Elizabeth 8K road race in NC when he went into cardiac arrest and collapsed — right in front of the ideal person: Elaine Barnes, a cardiac nurse. Was it a stroke of extraordinarily good luck or God's will?
Austin Dillon — the 2018 Daytona 500 champion, who Sunday will race to defend his title at the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte — lives not in a monstrous mansion or a posh penthouse, but in a 2,300-square-foot barn in rural North Carolina.
If you’re a teacher or an administrator at a Charlotte-area high school and you’re wondering why so many kids were having trouble staying awake in class on Thursday, there’s a simple explanation: Post Malone was in town on Wednesday night.
Seeing Kenny Chesney perform live is a bit like seeing what happens after a hyperactive kid eats a half-pound bag of Skittles. And if you were at his concert at PNC Music Pavilion on Friday night, you know what I’m talking about.
Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers teamed up for a pair of co-headlining sets to kick off their summer tour at Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion on Thursday night, a night that was rife with nostalgia but not with sentimentality.
Here’s what Washington cornerback Josh Norman (formerly of the Carolina Panthers) has to say about his experience on Season 26 of “Dancing With the Stars,” and what dance partner Sharna Burgess has to say about him.
Jimmy Kilgo, who found local fame in the ’60s as the host of a popular music and dance TV show that became known as Charlotte’s answer to “American Bandstand,” died Saturday evening after a years-long battle with melanoma. He was 87.
Nearly everywhere he goes this week at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, Tony Finau is encountering PGA fans asking how his ankle has been doing since he dislocated it last month. Is he growing tired of the question?
Two weeks ago, Jimmy Buffett pulled what felt at the time like a rather inconsiderate move by scrapping plans for a concert at Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion less than 36 hours before showtime. He probably made the right call.
Considering what 19-year-old "American Idol" contestant Johnny White of Hickory witnessed around him as a child – homelessness, sadness, addiction, violence – it’s fair to say he’s extremely lucky just to be getting a shot at it.