You can see two premiere songwriters in a stripped-down setting.
Hailing from small-town Austria, Cornelia Calcaterra brings classical training, waltzes, and baroque-pop influences.
'I love being able to tell stories and interact'
AN EMOTIVELY powerful singer and lyricist with an incredible command of the acoustic guitar, Christopher Paul Stelling is a cross-continental road-dogging indie warrior.
Ukulele-driven pop played with one eye squinted
YOU CAN'T help but wanna be best friends with The Prettiots.
"The idea was always 'hip-hop brass band'"
IT'S REALLY hard to not adore Pitchblak Brass Band.
The fiddle-wielding Nelligan is a former Savannah resident with her roots now planted in Decatur.
In addition to being a direct descendent of Napoleon, the former child prodigy grew into a piano virtuoso.
To bid happy anniversary to The Little Fest That Could, we chatted with the Stopover team
FIVE years ago, Kayne Lanahan saw an opportunity: tastemaker fest SXSW was getting much too large, and bands were heading down I-95 without hitting Savannah—an easy place to, ahem, stop over on the way to Austin.
And here's our user-friendly guide to all the genres and stuff
DON'T RECOGNIZE any of the names playing Savannah Stopover? Good!
Sulfur’s become a staple of Art March as viewers can sneak an illuminating peek into artists’ studio spaces and discuss and purchase work.
A talk with SCOTS founder Rick Miller
FOR 30 years, Southern Culture on the Skids has been cranking out rip-roaring odes to fried chicken, doublewides, and good lovin' in sleazy motels.
The troupes have concocted a tribute to ‘80s hair metal in all its sheen and sleaze.
Two years in the making, City Hotel is prepared to release their first full-length record, Dogged Days, in a celebration at Southbound Brewing Company
IT'S ODD to think that, having done multiple gigs at Trinity UMC, City Hotel still gets pre-show jitters about the whole thing.