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Lake Street Dive rewinds to find its modern play on classic rock and jazz foundations at the pavilion on Saturday. Photo: Danny Clinch

ARTS Pick: Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive wasn’t sure what it wanted to be when the quartet formed in 2004 at the New England Conservatory of Music—and five albums later that hasn’t changed. The name of its new release, Side Pony, was taken from the hairstyle that can’t decide if it wants to be wild or subdued. “We’ve always […]

Folk singer-songwriter Mary Fahl delivers earthy, emotional ballads from her latest release, Love and Gravity. Photo: Publicity photo

ARTS Pick: Mary Fahl

Singer-songwriter and co-founder of the defunct chamber-pop group October Project, Mary Fahl draws on classical and world music influences to forge her earthy sound. Fahl, who has written and performed songs for several films and television shows, recently toured to promote her latest release, Love and Gravity. The folk-tinged album, produced by John Lissauer (noted […]

Forty voices strong, The Charlottesville Women’s Choir performs in honor of its commitment to peace. Photo: Publicity photo

ARTS Pick: The Charlottesville Women’s Choir

Thirty-two years after an informal beginning, The Charlottesville Women’s Choir continues to perform in honor of its commitment to peace and justice. With minimal percussion, the a cappella group, comprised of 40 voices, soars to inspirational heights on songs such as “One” and “Born This Way,” and the tribute “Ruth Bader Ginsberg.” This year’s spring […]