Right after the screening, The Hypnotics will perform a live musical tribute to the Fab Four.
The rising roots star talks songwriting, recording, and Muscle Shoals
HAILED AS the next Neil Young, singer-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc crafts shadowy songs of confession and vulnerability laced with striking imagery and beautiful textures.
British invasion ‘60s rockers The Hypnotics have some of the tightest chops you’ll find on the Savannah scene
Scarlett Storm, known as the "Mistress of Whimsy," boasts cotton-candy hair and head-to-toe glitter and throws sideshow and burlesque together with a flair for the outlandish
Local super-group takes a nontraditional approach to seasonal song
Every song, plucked from a variety of genres and eras, is inspired by homecoming or travel
Tinmouth possesses a great knack for aggressive-yet-melodic attack in the manner of trailblazers like Mission of Burma.
A legend of underground NYC hip-hop, Nasa is a multitalented music guru, working as both a producer, engineer, and founder of his own label, Uncommon Records.
With a comeback album and loyal fans, the neo-honky tonker is still striking gold
BEHIND every great country legend is a good story.
The guitar work is fire, the inner-band dynamics entrancing, the melodies instantly sing-along-able.
Proceeds from the day-long music festival will directly help less fortunate families in the Savannah area through a post-show holiday gift shopping spree.
Lead vocalist and mandolinist Jordan has fetched many an award, including two International Bluegrass Music Association Recorded Events of the Year awards in 2009 and 2011.
Locals unite to fund hurricane repairs and give thanks
The organization has been set back $22,000 by Matthew’s destructive path.
Savannah’s sister city soul sister is back in the South
Testone took a leap and auditioned for American Idol in 2011, finishing in sixth place on the show