Savannah Stopover: The Mobros embrace an artist's struggle

Brilliant brother duo plays Savannah Stopover
KELLY MORRIS HAS a wandering spirit. “Being a part of the Charleston music scene, we started off being outcasts,” the singer and songwriter of brother duo The Mobros, which he founded alongside his brother Patrick, tells Connect ahead of their March 7 Stopover performance at Perry Lane Hotel’s Wayward Bar.

Ember City pursues rock and roll passion

Singer/bassist Sarah Poole opens up ahead of Sentient Bean gig
SINCE the release of their 2017 debut album Invisible Ruler, alt-rockers Ember City have been making quite the impression in Savannah and beyond for their grunge-influenced riff rock.

Donna Savage, an anonymous wonder

Local garage rockers like to put on a show
WHEN scouting for stories as a music writer, it’s rare to come across an artist with a gig to promote that doesn’t have their name, photo, and information available on the Internet for all to see.

Rock and roll with a tougher edge: a Q&A with OVERDOSE

NYC band headlines jam-packed Sentient Bean rock show
They’re certainly as equal parts punk rock in spirit as they are heavy metal

Ken Stringfellow brings ‘Touched,’ Posies hits to Neighborhood Comics

The Posies frontman, R.E.M. auxiliary member chats ahead of first-ever Savannah show
TO SAY THAT Ken Stringfellow has had a storied career would be a major understatement. His initial turn in the spotlight happened in the form of The Posies, the powerpop band he’s been co-fronting with Jon Auer for many years.


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