Budding filmmaker brings scene together with doc, mixtape
In speaking with performers from across the city, Henderson gained a variety of perspectives on the separation of the scene, Savannah’s history of violence, and the importance of educating and uplifting youth
At 17 years old, Asheville-hailing Lewis has played hundreds of gigs throughout the Southeast since making her stage debut at age nine.
After all this time, Cory Chambers, Aaron Zimmer, Jay Rudd, and Anthony Teixeira are still dishing out quality, vintage-toned tunes for the roots-loving masses.
Dougie Poole’s songs are complex, lonely stretches of spaghetti Western desert where winsome synths roll like tumbleweeds in a surrealist landscape.
Few bands turn the vibe of North Florida into music quite like JJ Grey and Mofro.
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.
While going to school in Statesboro, Arata began playing in bands and sharing his original compositions with the locals
Americana/folk festival returns with Blitzen Trapper, more
MusicFile Productions, producers of Savannah Stopover Music Festival, has announced its lineup for the fourth Revival Fest. Held in the old Paint Shop and adjoining grove at the Georgia State Railroad Museum on Saturday, September 30, Revival Fest is a celebration of national, regional, and local music, Southern food, craft beer, and bourbon.
The prolific artist releases his eleventh album, Juke Joint at the Edge of the World, this month via New West Records and will celebrate with a CD release party on Tybee.
Savannahians know Jeff Crompton from the high-energy 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra.
Drag collective honors Peaches in new Club One series
ALL summer long, Savannahians can turn up the heat with House of Gunt.
Formed in 2013, Dream Culture left the Atlanta sprawl for Athens after releasing their very first EP
‘90s road warriors hit The Jinx this weekend
Their brazen embrace of trashy rock ‘n’ roll, a hard-partying attitude, and tongue-in-cheek sense of humor was a stark contrast to the seriousness and brooding nature of their city’s hottest acts.