Enter the wild world of Quintron & Miss Pussycat
A SAVANNAH appearance by Quintron & Miss Pussycat has become something of a Savannah holiday tradition. For the past three years, the New Orleans-based duo have hit the Hostess City sometime in November or December, bringing their scintillating quirks, technicolor acid-trip fashion sense, and traveling bizarro universe with them; this go-round at Dollhouse promises to be no different.
Charlotte, North Carolina’s The New Familiars, longtime friends of Savannah, are at the helm for this year's edition.
Savannah’s secret weapon, a versatile luminary on six strings.
YOU'VE seen him tearing it up at Jinx happy hour with Damon and the Shitkickers, smoking everybody with incredibly guitar work in The Grand Gestures, and bringing the house down with his rock 'n’ outfit Tonto: Anders Thomsen is Savannah’s secret weapon, a versatile luminary on six strings.
Whoever leaves Round One triumphant will go on to Round Two, where they’ll perform a song picked at random when the performers arrive for call time.
Ra Ra Riot, Yuck lead diverse array of talent
MUSIC LOVERS unite: Savannah Stopover has dropped the initial lineup of the sixth annual Savannah Stopover Music Festival, to be held March 10-12, 2016!
A mix of funk, blues, jazz, and folk, marked by a signature up-tempo arrangements and breezy fingerpicking.
Roger Moss, co-founder of Savannah Children’s Choir (which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year), touts the evening as a perfect introduction to opera and a spectacle for longtime enthusiasts.
There’s no magic formula to knowing a band is the right fit on a bill, but Lynch says there is a certain je ne sais quoi that he and Sterno can pick up on.
With live music by Crazy Man Crazy, attendees can snag a $10 raffle ticket before the day of the show for a chance to become a Rockabilly Queen.
As a member of James Brown’s band The J.B.’s, Coleman shared the stage with the “Godfather of Soul” from 1970 to 1973.
Dwight Yoakam, World Music, reimagined Shakespeare among highlights
THE 2016 edition of the Savannah Music Festival will feature its usual incredibly high standards in the world of blues, jazz, Americana, and classical, with a few twists.
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