Toil!’s sound blends an array of genres from folk to rock. The group recorded their second EP last week on the Vineyard.
In the fall of 1970, Kate Taylor made her way from Martha’s Vineyard to Los Angeles, to record her first album. Nearly half a century later, she and...
Neither global pandemic nor autumn storm could keep the organizers and musicians of LadyFest from their annual mission: to help Island victims of...
When congregations return at last to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs, they will be greeted by an old acquaintance as they’ve never seen — or heard — it...
Fundraising for the new studio and offices is 40 per cent completed, according to an announcement from the Island radio station.
Pianist and former Island restaurateur David Crohan has donated a Mason and Hamlin grand piano to the Edgartown Library.
When the government shutdown began in late March, it dealt a knockout punch to the Island’s once-bustling music scene.
On Thursday evening about 40 fans of all ages enjoyed a socially-distanced performance by the PickPocket Bluegrass Band at the Martha’s Vineyard...
Let's Go to the Fair, by Mark Alan Lovewell, was named the Ag Fair theme song in the fair's first-ever awards for recorded music.
The Island’s first socially-distanced classical music concert took place at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, thrilling an audience that was strictly...
Drew Dixon’s Vineyard memories are rich with the kind of details a summer kid treasures all winter long.
Born Into the Gig, by filmmakers Kate David and David Heilbroner, spotlights next-generation musicians including Sally Taylor and Ben Taylor.


Arts Briefs

The Vineyard Conservation Society’s annual Art of Conservation exhibition, a juried arts competition for Island students, is now online.

The Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society has cancelled its 2020 summer concert series, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The John Prine virtual tribute concert by Martha’s Vineyard musicians, originally scheduled for Friday, has been moved to April 20.