FANS of eclectic Atlanta-based indie act Little Tybee won’t want to miss an intimate show from two of the band’s players. Led by singer-songwriter Brock Scott, Little Tybee has gained fans worldwide thanks to lush, intricate arrangements that touch on jazz, bossa nova, folk, and psychedelic music. Over the years, the acclaimed group has opened for the likes of Victor Wooten, Kurt Vile, of Montreal, and more. They released their fourth studio album, a self-titled record, in 2016.
At The Sentient Bean, Scott, a Savannah native, will perform solo works with accompaniment from Little Tybee violinist Nirvana Kelly Scott. Expect a down-to-earth show that highlights Scott’s songs about growing up by the water.
Saturday, January 6, 8 p.m., $10, all-ages