Salt Lake City is home to America's best known choral group, formerly known as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (now, the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. The installment of our Sites and Sounds series tells the story of their odd, resonant, historic building, which dates to 1867.
Severance Hall, completed in 1931, is one of North America's most hallowed havens for classical music. The surrounding city has struggled with downs and ups, but the orchestra and hall have never wavered. As part of our Sites and Sounds series, we catch a concert and take a tour.
Nashville's Ryman Auditorium wasn't supposed to be for music. Since its completion in 1892, the grand old building has been full of surprises. See a show now and you might catch echoes of Bill Monroe, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and legions more.
America's blues went electric in the Windy City. Here's a look at Kingston Mines, Buddy Guy's Legends, Rosa's Lounge and several other clubs and historic spots where the blues endure amid big cultural shifts.
Sitting in the palm of nature: The unique energy — and performances — of Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre
A little hiking, a lot of hearing. Surrounded by startling rock formations, the amphitheater near Denver has made its mark as one of the most beloved music venues in the U.S.
This beloved music venue, which began as a garage in 1924, has showcased the Texas Playboys, the Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan and hundreds of other acts. It can still set toes to tapping and hands to clapping.
This iconic venue, which helped to launch the hippie era, is still hosting shows. It requires a place in your encyclopedia of music experiences.
The most storied address in American music made its debut in 1891 and is still going strong. We take a deep dive into the venue in this first entry in our "Sites and Sounds" series. Plus our Spotify play list takes you on a musical journey from classical to classics.