A sage storyteller, Cash drives us through the country, summoning an inner strength with lush language.
Williams told the crowd that she had long considered turning one of her poet father’s works into a song and had finally done it with “Compassion,” one of his best-loved poems.
Wu Han advises that the evening is a great introduction to chamber music, and one that seasoned fans will embrace, as well.
With their melting pot of styles, we can’t think of a better closer to Savannah Music Festival.
She does it all with sophistication & elegance
Often credited with continuing the tradition of vocal jazz, one of Reeves’ greatest strengths is her taste for fusion, bringing in reggae, soul, and salsa influences to her sound.
Even when the going gets rough, Holcomb has a way of lifting his audience up.
'Recording should still be a party at heart.'
JOSH RITTER has been counted among the world's greatest living songwriters.
A talk with the legendary ensemble’s new cellist
THE Emerson String Quartet is to chamber music what the Rolling Stones are to rock 'n' roll: Seminal, timeless, and extremely long-lived.
'Being miserable in order to create great art is a big myth'
THE IDEA that suffering makes for great art is one of those time-honored rock ‘n’ roll tropes that even made its way into the title of a 1982 Todd Rundgren album The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect.
Can we give a big shout-out to the hardworking folks handling the sound at Trustees? With the help of Meyer Sound’s new loudspeakers, they’ve made it the best-sounding room in town. When Taylor Goldsmith hit his first note, it was like the room collectively gasped in wonder at the mix.
With an energetic bassist and drummer, Singleton is a dynamic player, employing finger-tapping and a kind of loose precision that surprised the crowd with each number.
The last time Shovels & Rope were in Savannah (Dare Dukes’ Thugs & China Dolls CD release party at The Jinx), it was the crucial moment, teetering on the release of their surprise hit record O’ Be Joyful, before their Letterman appearance. Their Savannah Music Festival performance was so representative of their growth that it made for the perfect return;