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
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.
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?
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.
Cowpunk meets performance art on their first EP
WASHING ketchup and mustard out of your clothes for a week after a show where every band member vomited Vienna sausages onstage might not be ideal for many musicians.
The soundtrack for your festivities and where to hear it
Thursday, March 16
The third and final day of Savannah Stopover 2017 delivered the goods for fans who turned out to see Julien Baker, Lewis Del Mar, Wreckless Eric and others.
Don’t know quite what you’re gonna hear at Savannah Stopover Music Festival? We corral the sounds so you can pick your tune and find the shows you want to see!
The Queen of Funk takes the stage at Johnny Mercer Theatre
SHE'S "Every Woman," a Queen, and a living legend, an unparalleled vocalist, singer-songwriter, philanthropist, producer and actress. She’s sold over 70 million records, taken home 10 Grammy Awards, scored three gold singles, three gold albums, and one platinum album, and has been a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee not once but twice.
The prolific soul star guarantees a Special Night at Savannah Stopover
LEE FIELDS is a charismatic force of nature. The North Carolina native has been in the soul game since its heyday, releasing his first album in 1969, and continues to spread his danceable message of positivity for new generations.
Singer/songwriter on coming out, the music industry, and Jesus Christ
It’s easy to think that Julien Baker came out of nowhere, and by most record industry standards, she has
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