A special Minstrel twin bill: Jonathan Edwards and Lucy Kaplansky

Jonathan Edwards

Morris Township is in for some sweet sounds on Friday night.

‘King of the Keyboards’ leads music for Organ, Brass and Choir, Nov. 22 in Morristown

Kevin Graf

A 53-rank Austin organ and a 60-voice choir should add up to some heavenly sounds this weekend.

Morristown High School marching band packs big weekend into one day

The Morristown High School Marching Colonials had a big day on Nov. 1, 2014. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The football score was disappointing, but the Marching Colonials gave Morristown fans something to cheer about over the weekend.

Maneaters and Psycho Killers sing up Halloween storm at The Monstrel

Maneaters and Psycho Killers sing up Halloween storm at The Monstrel

Lizzie Borden, Bruce the Shark, Diver Dan and the Grateful Undead all on the same stage?

Halloween Concert and Fauré’s Requiem at The Presbyterian Church in Morristown

Lisa Romain

Enjoy some beautiful music in this weekend, for free.

Morristown gets an October tan, courtesy of Mike Love’s Beach Boys show

Mike Love of the Beach Boys in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

You can’t beat timeless surf music to brighten a dreary October Thursday.

St. Peter’s to celebrate 125-year choral tradition with free concert, Oct. 25

St. Peter's Girls Choir, circa 1950. Photo courtesy of St. Peter's Episcopal Church.

Now here is something to sing about.

Remembering George Harrison, with Gary Wright at the Sanctuary in Chatham

Gary Wright performs at the Sanctuary in Chatham. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The Dream Weaver spun some Fab stories at the Sanctuary.

Hanover Wind Symphony to perform in Morristown, Oct. 25, to start 30th concert season for church

The Hanover Wind Symphony

A concert on Saturday celebrates two 30th anniversaries: The Abendmusik series in Morristown, and the Hanover Wind Symphony.

Toby Walker, sly devil of the fretboard, at Acoustic Getaway

Toby Walker put on quite a show at the Folk Project Acoustic Getaway--and he did it on a borrowed guitar, courtesy of Jim Hurst. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Slightly off-color but never off-key, this blues champ will start your weekend with a smile.