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It’s a warm, golden Wednesday afternoon in September. The streets and cul-du-sacs of Rafter J are quiet, the neighborhood’s homes and yards tranquil scenes of midweek late-day domestic puttering: making dinner, raking leaves, soaking up the last postmeridian rays of sunshine.

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Though the Center for the Arts stage has been quiet the past few months (thanks, coronavirus!), this week one singer-songwriter will bring a full-show vibe from the downtown facility’s main stage with a livestreamed concert Friday.

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If you’re ready to boogie down, consider Wednesday night booked.

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On March 12, a scant two and a half months after the international medical community described a new severe respiratory disease that today we all know as COVID-19, America’s cultural heart, New York City, stopped beating. Ahead of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s March 20 executive order closing “non-…

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Singer-songwriter-guitarist Anthony Garcia manages to encompass, if not all of his home state of Texas, at least a significant portion of its cultural landscape.

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Dust off your Stetson, polish up those Tony Lamas and iron your finest paisley face mask: While the dance floor is closed at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and the Silver Dollar Showroom, there’s still a lot of music coming to the downtown hotspots.

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The Grand Teton Music Festival season that was almost canceled completely, only to be reinvented as a three-concert streaming video series, was almost canceled again this summer.

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If you’ve been ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, a live performance of Pink Floyd’s album “Dark Side of the Moon” paired with the 1939 MGM classic film “The Wizard of Oz” should rearrange you ’til you’re sane.

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The Powell Brothers have played for some huge crowds over the past couple of years. The country rock power trio entertained fans during the 2019 World Series, let ’er rip in Las Vegas for the 2018 National Finals Rodeo and for three consecutive years played during the “Red River Showdown,” t…

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The Grand Teton Music Festival has a new executive director: Emma Kail, who will take the lead administrative post, effective Sept. 1.

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On March 12, a scant two and a half months after the international medical community described a new severe respiratory disease that today we all know as COVID-19, America’s cultural heart, New York City, stopped beating. Ahead of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s March 20 executive order closing “non-…

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Dust off your Stetson, polish up those Tony Lamas and iron your finest paisley face mask: While the dance floor is closed at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and the Silver Dollar Showroom, there’s still a lot of music coming to the downtown hotspots.

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The Grand Teton Music Festival season that was almost canceled completely, only to be reinvented as a three-concert streaming video series, was almost canceled again this summer.

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If you’ve been ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, a live performance of Pink Floyd’s album “Dark Side of the Moon” paired with the 1939 MGM classic film “The Wizard of Oz” should rearrange you ’til you’re sane.

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The Powell Brothers have played for some huge crowds over the past couple of years. The country rock power trio entertained fans during the 2019 World Series, let ’er rip in Las Vegas for the 2018 National Finals Rodeo and for three consecutive years played during the “Red River Showdown,” t…

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Way back in the early 1940s, during World War II days, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a country band called Wally Fowler and the Georgia Clodhoppers could be heard regularly on WNOX-AM as well as at popular venues throughout the region.

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One Ton Pig is one of Jackson’s most reliable, institutional bands. In normal times you can count on the high-powered six-man bluegrass group to lay down the dance track every Tuesday night, 52 weeks a year, at the Wort Hotel’s Bluegrass Night. At least until the coronavirus pandemic struck.

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Jackson Hole’s music scene returns from the beyond with Dead Lee, a Portland, Oregon, duo of Brian Koch and Kara Harris, set to start at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Silver Dollar Showroom at the Wort Hotel.

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After tickets for the Oak Ridge Boys’ July 13 show at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar sold out in five minutes, the storied vocal quartet decided to add a second night to their visit to Jackson Hole.

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In their first public appearance since live music shuttered this spring, Country Music Hall of Fame members The Oak Ridge Boys will play July 13 at The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.

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Jack Tolan and Greg Meyers were playing defense as their bandmate, Sam Lowenthal, bobbed his neck brace to Buckethead’s overdriven arpeggios among a crowd of moshing metalheads in the Pink Garter Theatre.

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Just hours after the Teton Valley Foundation announced Friday that Music on Main would be canceled this summer, JacksonHoleLive canceled what would have been its ninth season.

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JacksonHoleLive would have been in its ninth season this summer and it's been a wild ride. Some of the biggest names ever to play in the valley have graced the temporary stage at the ball field next to Snow King. The Wood Brothers, Gov't Mule, Justin Townes Earle, Lukas Nelson & Promise …

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On the second track of singer-songwriter Jay Alm’s album “To the Moon in Your Skull,” Alm bends strings through a Bowie-esque folk progression on his acoustic guitar. Then he comes in with his characteristically earnest voice.

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The start of Music on Main, Teton Valley’s annual series of free concerts, will be delayed until July 9 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Teton Valley Foundation announced Friday.