Guitar guru returns to Johnny Mercer Theatre
BLUES-ROCKER Joe Bonamassa has made a habit of having a specific musical direction or theme in place before recording many of his solo albums. For his current studio album, Blues of Desperation, the concept came from Bonamassa’s long-time producer Kevin Shirley, who wanted the album to feature Bonamassa on guitar, bass and—here’s the twist—two drummers.
While Agent Orange was dominating the West Coast in the '80s, The Queers were fusing a style of their own on the East Coast
IT'S A punk rock bill for the ages.
A versatile artist, Taft is just as comfortable crafting spare vintage-pop ballads with entrancing vocals and gentle fingerpicking as he is throwing down thick beats and contagious hooks.
After a year break, the full day of heaviness is back and better than ever
TIM WALLS has a knack for finding the gems of the underground. In his many years booking as Coastal Rock Productions, Walls has introduced Savannahians to acts on the brink—think From First To Last (Skrillex’s pre-EDM superstardom band), Underoath, Showbread, Jucifer, and many more.
Since founding guitarist Sasha Strunjas departed, the talented Jimmy Grant has taken over six-string duties.
This Saturday's festival features a cross-section of hardcore and indie/progressive sounds.
This year, newcomers, locals, and returning talents descend upon Savannah to sing their hearts out.
NEXT WEEK, Savannah will uphold one of its most treasured traditions. The American Traditions Competition returns in 2017 with a crop of talented individuals from across the nation.
Garnering fans with their melodic, rhythmic sound and energetic live show, the band boasts deep grooves and organic improvisation.
Congregation Mickve Israel presents a classic musical with a fresh twist
IT'S BEEN eight years since Cusses tore onto the Savannah scene and two years since they announced a hiatus. After a big Jinx send-off, vocalist Angel Bond returned to Los Angeles, spending her days writing, biking to the beach, bartending, and picking up film jobs.
Over the years, the Series has hosted hundreds of players, served as a spot for musicians to network, and provided a listening room environment for original songwriting.
"SAVANNAH Songwriters is changing," Tom Cooler announces. The local singer-songwriter has been involved in Savannah Songwriters Series, a monthly showcase of Savannah-based and touring talent, for the past eight years, and will kick off 2017 as the organization’s new leader.