Three of Savannah’s favorite visitors of the rockabilly/psychobilly/gutterbilly persuasion are back
Music and arts celebration moves under the bridge
Perhaps one of A-Town’s best characteristics is its participatory nature: this isn’t a spectator’s festival
Sibling storytellers expand the sonic nature of their musical journey
THE AVETT BROTHERS have been on quite a musical journey of evolving their sound over the past decade, going from a trio playing acoustic guitar, banjo and stand-up bass to what is now a seven-member lineup that can build considerably on the group’s scrappy, stripped back
acoustic beginnings. The big shift came with the 2009 album, I and Love and You.
Southern premiere of collaborative performance brings architecture to life onstage
WE OFTEN view dance as an interpretation of music. But what happens when music and dance are created simultaneously, with dancers collaborating with both composer and choreographer?
Backup Planet, Jive Mother Mary @Barrelhouse South Nashville-based experimental funk band Backup Planet brings their high-energy show to Barrelhouse South.
Ukranian quartet returns with an original score of Dovzhenko’s Earth
You just never know what you’re going to see in Savannah Music Festival’s eclectic lineups. The festival acts as a sort of global tour, honoring great musical traditions while nesting eclectic fusions of classic sounds in the program.
Legendary fiddle player brings Louisiana sound to town
Joel and his wife, fellow musician Kelli Jones, think of themselves as anything but monarchs
My Bones are Singing delves into themes of losing time and questioning one’s place in the universe, and spiritual questionings
The band’s gone through many brief breakups, reformations, and lineup changes throughout the years
SMF Executive Director Rob Gibson talks about this year’s premiere-studded event
SAVANNAH MUSIC FESTIVAL Executive and Artistic Director Rob Gibson is now in his 15th year at the helm of the beloved local cultural event. This year’s edition promises an even more diverse and compelling lineup than we’re already accustomed to, which is saying quite a bit.
That impressive first gig paved the way for a stellar music career for Nathan
The soundtrack for your festivities and where to hear it
Thursday, March 16
Americana godfather returns to Randy’s Pickin’ Parlor
HE FORMED a career performing with the likes of Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia, Willie Nelson, Carly Simon, Ringo Starr, John Prine, and Gordon Lightfoot.