If you like mind-melding progressive rock with Zappa-meets-Mars-Volta swagger and the daring of ‘60s psych risk-takers, you won’t want to miss this.
Funky basslines, tight arrangements, and soulful vocals.
Get down to Swingtown at the Lucas this Thursday
NATASHA DRENA is all smiles as we weave our way back to the Lucas Theatre’s green room. The historic venue’s On Stage Cabaret, a hit summer series featuring local musical luminaries in a stunning yet low-key environment, is in its fourth season.
Berry’s career boomed after her Opry appearance, leading to collaborations with the likes of Tanya Tucker, Dottie West, Jeannie Seely, and many more.
"Even if we’ve got a 20-person team, we have to be the hardest-working people, and it’s all on us."
SAM WILLIAMS has spent his day lugging carpet under the blazing summer sun.
Blouses, Savannah’s own Prince tribute, returns to The Jinx
Though the name’s tongue-in-cheek, Blouses’ show is a respectful, loving ode to a treasured artist
It’s not only a birthday party: the evening is also a benefit for the company’s summer charity, Tiny House Project through Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless.
Folk icons Alan Reid, Bob Zentz, and Jeanne McDougall merge history and music
In a polarizing move that horrified some traditional music fans and impressed others, Reid began playing synthesizers
Blockbustin’s acts read like a killer Netflix selection, but you won’t wanna stay home on the couch for this one.
Enjoy a spectrum of local entertainment at Starland's neighborhood bar.
Blake and Peter Mavrogeorgis, who you’ll usually find running the event space and studio over at Dollhouse Productions or shreddin’ and shakin’ as Twisty Cats, hit the decks for the occasion.
Conga lines? Sure. Showers of silly string? Yeah. It’s avant-garde, goofy hardcore with surf elements and garage slop.
Traditional with good ole Southern drawl, warm pickin’, thumpin’ upright bass, and homespun stories.