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Greenville, SC, United States

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Recent articles by Donna:

Easley teen Ansley Burns makes it through on 'America's Got Talent'

Teen singer Ansley Burns was in danger of elimination on Wednesday night's AGT results show. → Read More

Doobie Brothers coming to Greenville for November concert at the Peace Center

Tickets go on sale this week for the November performance by the Doobie Brothers → Read More

Operation Music Fest coming to Anderson on Aug. 30-31

The lineup of musicians features a mix of rock and country acts who will perform at Anderson's Denver Downs. → Read More

Willie Nelson cancels tour a week before Greenville concert at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Willie Nelson tweeted that a "breathing problem" is causing him to cancel his tour → Read More

'Like four friends sitting around': Behind the scenes at B93.7 Hawk and Tom morning show

The four DJs of B93.7's Hawk and Tom Show offer a glimpse of what it takes to put on a morning radio show. → Read More

'AGT': Ansley Burns, 12, wows with a capella Aretha Franklin song after 'terrible' start

Ansley Burns, 12, sang Aretha Franklin's 'Think' on NBC's 'America's Got Talent.' → Read More

Review: Paul McCartney offers fans a thrill ride through his long career

Paul McCartney played Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville Thursday as part of his Freshen Up Tour. → Read More

Paul McCartney in Greenville: Expect plenty of Beatles songs. Here's more on the concert.

Paul McCartney, the 76-year-old ex-Beatle has been playing long shows, heavy on the hits during his Freshen Up Tour. → Read More

Furman's 'Music by the Lake' concert series kicks off May 23. Here's the full schedule

Music By the Lake, Furman University's summer concert series, has been around for more than five decades. → Read More

Greenville's festival season is just getting started: Here are four upcoming events

Whether you're into history, Greek food, or Scottish culture, there's a festival for you → Read More

Speaking in Anderson, Sen. Lindsey Graham calls President Trump's China tariffs justified

Sen. Lindsey Graham visited Anderson for the 40th-anniversary celebration of Orian Rugs, a company he considers a good example of foreign investment. → Read More

Greenville puts time, money into free entertainment downtown. Here's how much

Free music series and festivals are a priority for the city of Greenville. → Read More

Greenville singer Peabo Bryson cancels Peace Center concert

Singer and Greenville native Peabo Bryson has cancelled his May 16 concert at the Peace Center due to health issues. → Read More

Greenville man drowns at Lake Keowee in Oconee County

The death happened Monday at Fall Creek Landing. → Read More

'Survivor: Edge of Extinction': What kind of game is Chris Underwood playing?

Chris Underwood was eliminated early, but he's sticking it out on Extinction Island. → Read More

The Children's Museum of the Upstate names new president and CEO

Hillary Spencer officially begins work on May 1. → Read More

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit coming to Peace Center

Also just announced by the Peace Center: comic Bill Engvall to perform in January. → Read More

In wake of Notre Dame fire, Bob Jones University talks about preserving artwork it owns

Bob Jones University has protection plans in place for many kinds of emergencies. → Read More

R&B icon Gladys Knight to play concert in Greenville

Tickets go on sale April 19 for the soul icon's concert at the Peace Center. → Read More

Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss coming to Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Tickets for the Aug. 16 show go on sale April 12. → Read More