In his search, Wrembel found the music of Django Reinhardt, the father of gypsy jazz
THE FIRST concert of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts’ Fall Edition will benefit WRUU Community Radio and showcase the sounds of Stephane Wrembel, the "living face of gypsy jazz," and his band. The French musician began his musical journey at the age of four, studying classical piano in Fontainebleau, France.
Here in the birthplace of Big Boi and Baroness, there are many opportunities
SAVANNAH is a town with a rich history of hip-hop, jazz, metal, blues, rock, roots, and more.
Family-friendly benefit returns to Grayson Stadium with music, art, and fun
Emily Doherty of Friends of Statts says the organization’s partnership with The Savannah Bananas and Grayson Stadium has been a fruitful one
A shining lead man and side man, Trischka is also a masterful scorer.
Featuring original guitarist Kevin Cadogan, bassist Arion Salazar and guitarist Tony Fredianelli, who replaced Cadogan when he left Third Eye Blind in 2000, the band performs the golden era of Third Eye Blind songs that they wrote and co-wrote.
Though Blige was born in the Bronx, she spent several years of her early childhood living in Richmond Hill, where she sang in a Pentecostal church.
Hurst was influenced by the stylings of Tony Rice, Calrence White, and Jerry Reed
Acclaimed vocalist returns to Jazz Fest stage
Bradford took an interest in singing when she was just four or five
Little explores what it means to be a dark-skinned man in today's America.
The Get Right Band thrives thanks to great chemistry between its players, stellar chops, and inventive arrangements.
Beloved event runs Sept. 17-23 at multiple venues
FALL IS JUST ABOUT HERE, and with it, the 36th annual Savannah Jazz Festival. From September 17 to 23, folks of all ages can enjoy live, world-class music in Forsyth Park, the Westin Savannah Harbor, Trinity United Methodist Church, The Lucas Theatre, Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant, The Mansion on Forsyth, and the DeSoto Hotel.
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.
Live performance is crucial to Drab Majesty as an art form.