Raines has a Jack Johnson gentleness to his voice, but its weathered edge of experience evokes hard truths learned early.
If your 2014 show highlights include Priests, Perfect Pussy, and The Coathangers, it’ll be the perfect way to wrap up your year.
Hit your nearest thrift shop or dig into the deep, shameful recesses of your closet for the gnarliest Christmas sweater you can find.
Grab a date and take a stroll down decked-out and twinkling Broughton Street.
The sibs DePue merge classical and bluegrass to make their own unique genre, using their incredible violin skills to delve into old-time, Texas Swing, folk, American country, and jazz genres.
It’s a distinctly human and accessible way of teaching, and Savannahians can give the uke a shot at D’Ville’s Thursday workshop.
BC grad cut his teeth with Eric Culberson back in the day
Jam raises money for Second Harvest
IN THE season of giving, what's better than giving back while enjoying the comforts of community, live music, and good food? If you’ve never made it out to the annual Yuletide Jam, cut out some time between shopping and trimming the tree to take the whole family out to Tubby’s Thunderbolt on Friday.
The Ashevillians bring the mountain sound to the coast with acoustic guitar and banjo in tow.
Ellis clocks in about 150 live shows a year; you'd think it might tucker him out, but the man lights up the guitar like, as Billboard put it, 'a man possessed.'
He refers to his style as 'post-folk,' taking into account the avant-garde and experimental approaches of personal heroes like Radiohead while keeping quality storytelling a priority.