Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics: sweet Georgia soul

Atlanta band shares new songs at Revival Fest
IN LITTLE FIVE POINTS, the offbeat Atlanta neighborhood brimming with vintage clothiers, record shops, and live music venues, there’s a little studio tucked away near The Variety Playhouse.

The state of Lonestar

Country artists headline First Responder Appreciation Concert at The Stage On Bay
COUNTRY sensations Lonestar bring their catalog of hits to The Stage on Bay for a special Military & First Responder Appreciation Concert this weekend. Formed in 1992, Richie McDonald, Michael Britt, Keech Rainwater, and Dean Sams have been keeping their sincere take on pop-country going for decades.

Savannah Philharmonic set to open 2017-2018 season

Conductor Peter Shannon talks about 'The Thousand and One Nights' season opener and more
POST-IRMA environment permitting, the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus are scheduled to open their 2017-2018 season this weekend at the Lucas Theatre with an electrifying opener titled "The Thousand and One Nights." The show opens with the overture to “The Bartered Bride” by Smetana, progressing to Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 with guest soloist Margaret Singer.

City Hotel celebrates a new album

Savannah bluegrass band performs at Service Brewing
AGAINST the advice in their new album’s title, City Hotel’s Cory Chambers and Anthony Teixeira are sitting comfortably on the porch at Foxy Loxy Print Gallery & Cafe. The mandolinist and bass player have been performing with bandmates Aaron Zimmer and Jay Rudd for six years, transforming the Americana and roots music scene in Savannah with their old-time-inspired bluegrass stylings.

Ricardo Ochoa and his four-string legends

Velvet Caravan founder honors the pioneers of jazz violin
With four completely different styles, Ochoa hopes to share the diverse articulation of his instrument

Vatican takes on the national scene

A look at the Savannah hardcore band’s acclaimed new EP
Vatican has been taking the hardcore world by storm, earning the praise of genre leaders like Alternative Press, MetalSucks.net, Metal Injection, and more

Passafire's Longshot

Born in Savannah and raised on the road, the reggae band is at its best
THEIR TOUR BUS may no longer have Chatham County plates, but Passafire still calls Savannah home.

Happy Birthday, Service Brewing!

Celebrate with beer, ‘za, and live music from Becca Mancari and Roadkill Ghost Choir
Becca Mancari has the music world wrapped around her finger—and she hasn’t even released an album.

Matt Eckstine: ‘I felt an urgency to do it’

Singer-songwriter on The Accomplices and going solo
SINGER-songwriter Matt Eckstine made a name for himself as the engaging, inviting, and versatile frontman of The Accomplices, Savannah’s beloved Lowcountry string band.

An intimate evening with Eef Barzelay

Clem Snide frontman plays solo at Revolution Yoga
THOUGH he’s played for thousands in gilded theatres, including our own Lucas, Eef Barzelay has found that he’s right at home performing in other people’s homes. Several years ago, the creative force behind beloved indie band Clem Snide teamed up with Undertow Music Collective and was sent off on a tour of house shows.

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