St. Paddy's music: Saints preserve us!

Over 60 bands & artists will perform this weekend
There are some familiar faces in the bunch, but for quite a lot of the people who’ll be visiting Savannah for the first time, they’ll all be new bands.

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The Band Perry: Country pioneers

'We judge a lot of our growth by how many songs they’re singing along to'

Stopover Shorts, Part Deux

A few more musical recommendations
Mini-profiles of Caitlin Rose, Raccoon Fighter, Kylesa, Born Cages, the Weeks and the Black Cadillacs.

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Stopover spotlight: Peelander-Z

'We are an action comic Japanese band'
The four Japanese musicians clown and cavort amongst giant squids and lizards.

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Stopover spotlight: St. Paul & the Broken Bones

'We pay respects to Otis & Stax & the Swampers'
Paul Janeway grew up in a strict Pentecostal home. Black gospel music was common in his church services.

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Stopover spotlight: Ex Hex

Girls with guitars, making music that matters. Songs that say something.

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Stopover '14 starts March 6

Bigger, longer and uncut. That's the 2014 Savannah Stopover Music Festival, which is of course three days jam-packed with cross-country indie bands, most of them hitting Savannah on their way to the ol' South By Southwest conference in Austin.


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