The final lineup is a fine selection of some of Savannah’s top acts
LIKE MANY, Ben Maher of Savannah band Lies in Stone doesn’t want to be seething alone at home on Inauguration Day while Donald Trump is sworn into office. “I, and I’m sure everyone else, was pissed off that Wednesday morning,” he says, recalling the day he heard the results of the election.
With jaunty flair, fanciful charisma, and charming harmonies, the family band’s sure to put a smile on your face
Music series continues with a tour of European and American song
ARMSTRONG State University’s Piano in the Arts series is in its fourth year, and Dr. Benjamin Warsaw couldn’t be happier with the program’s growth.
Coastal Rock Productions curates an all-Georgia bill at The Jinx this weekend.
With over 2,000 live shows under their belts, the trio knows how to thrill an audience.
These days, a performance from Dukes is a rare treat, so take advantage of this special appearance.
Audiences can typically look forward to a classical and sacred repertoire and commentary and history of each piece from Metzger.
Savannah Baroque offers two historically-informed performances this weekend at St. John’s Church in downtown Savannah.
Discover the wild world of chiptune music at PULSE Art + Technology Festival
EVERY YEAR, PULSE Arts & Technology Festival challenges viewers with interactive and innovative works of art from around the world.
Our leading drag collective is about to turn tradition upside down, put a hex on it, and send it out into the night
Marytree churns out a radio-ready mix of tough riffs and memorable melodies
Help make 'community radio with a global soul' a reality.