That 1 Guy brings musical art to Pulse

The renowned artist and musical visionary comes to town
THAT 1 GUY has been in a constant state of artistic exploration for as long as he's been around. The renowned bassist and creator, who's known for the use of his homemade instrument called The Magic Pipe, has received critical acclaim and played with a number of legendary artists including Buckethead and Tom Waits.

Josh Brannon Band brings genuine country to Savannah

South Carolina-based country outfit talks industry and more ahead of Barrelhouse gig
FOR several years now, the Josh Brannon Band has been touring the Southeast with their own brand of country music.

Ruiners fly the noise rock flag

Houston-based band hits El-Rocko
HOUSTON, Texas-based band Ruiners has essentially lived three existences since its inception — starting in their hometown before being reborn for several years in London, England, and then finally ending up back home in Houston. The post-punk and noise rock outfit is led by Shan Pasha, whose intense vocal style and dissonant approach to composition makes him the perfect frontman to have taken the band through both musical and geographical experiments.

Rhonda Vincent headlines Bluegrass Festival on Jekyll Island

Acclaimed “Queen of Bluegrass” talks with us ahead of her performance at the 43rd annual festival
FOR THE 43rd year in a row, the New Year’s Bluegrass Festival is bringing some of the biggest names in bluegrass to Jekyll Island. This year’s incredible lineup boasts a number of headliners across the three-day span of the event, including Dailey & Vincent, The Gibson Brothers, and Danny Paisley & Southern Grass.

Groundhog Gravy’s nature connections

West Virginia-based band comes to Savannah for a show at The Wormhole
Fayetteville, West Virginia’s Groundhog Gravy met in a slightly unusual way – through their shared love of running whitewater. The group got its start jamming together after a day on the water, and soon realized their passion for the music they were making.

Bob Dylan collaborator reflects ahead of Savannah tour stop

Grammy winner Malcolm Burn looks back on the experience of working with Dylan on his 1989 album Oh Mercy
THESE DAYS, Bob Dylan is an institution – or as Malcolm Burn says, a “national treasure.” In 1989, however, Dylan was emerging from a series of less-than-successful albums and a period of musical irrelevance. When producer Daniel Lanois, who’d just come down from the massive success of U2’s Joshua Tree album, got the call to produce Dylan’s next album, he took Burn along with him.

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