The entertainment lineup for the 2018 Dogwood Festival, scheduled April 26-29, was announced last week. For the first time, rap and hip-hop is part of the mix. Here's a look at the five headlining performers
The rapper had 1995's biggest hit with the Grammy-winning "Gangsta's Paradise," featured in the movie "Dangerous Minds." The song sampled Stevie Wonder's "Pastime Paradise."
Base is best known for his collaborations with DJ E-Z Rock, who died in 2014. The duo's 1988 album "It Takes Two" went platinum.
Born Marvin Young, the rapper had a huge hit with 1989's "Bust a Move." He also collaborated with Tone Loc on the songs "Wild Thing" and "Funky Cold Medina."
The country artist released his first album, "Honesty," in 2003. His second album, "If You're Going Through Hell," sold more than a million copies.
The Led Zeppelin tribute band is named after graphics on the band's fourth, untitled album. The band prides itself on creating not just the sound but the look of the legendary band.