'Music is everywhere in Cuba,' says Bunnett, 'on the streets, in cafes, and conservatories.'
Legendary Savannah band returns to the stage, in support of a good friend, at this year’s Statts Fest
Their initial seven-year reign as the kings of genre bending was not nearly enough for fans
Jacksonville blues-rock band Honey Hounds effortlessly merges swampy guitars and R&B/reggae rhythms
The six-piece band brings their groove-heavy songs to El Rocko alongside Swim In The Wild
Savannah’s musical chameleon shows her indie rock side with new solo project
The project, conceivably a solo venture with the help of a rotating cast of musical friends, evokes the work of bands like Throwing Muses but also rides the line towards synth-pop in some places
Iconic former Yankee recalls his early passion for the guitar, and what led him to his musical second act
ONE OF the most celebrated baseball players in modern history, Yankees center fielder Bernie Williams took a completely different path when he stopped playing in 2006. His lifelong love of music, which first began to show signs of professional life with the release of his 2003 album The Journey Within, became much more than a passion almost immediately after his sports career ended.
His Jazz Festival appearance comes as he preps his first album as a bandleader for later this year.
Fans of The Cure will love the Atlanta band’s melancholic sense of melody
Athens rockers invade The Jinx for Statts Fest
SHEHEHE blends elements of hardcore and '70s British punk with Riot Grrrl-esque sensibilities and the classic rock bombast of Cheap Trick
Savannah-based singer/songwriter goes the distance on her latest release
The Spark is a huge step forward for Johnson and her recorded output
The band’s Allman Brothers-esque rock is also quite genre-bending, and is augmented by a violin
The beloved local band talks tragedy, sonic evolution, and rising above the ‘Savannah sound’
The newest collection of songs retains the band’s signature sludge metal sound but also incorporates hardcore punk influences on a much larger scale than their previous albums
Jax band plays free show at Ships of the Sea
THE SAVANNAH JAZZ FESTIVAL brings a great variety of music to local stages over the next two weeks — not all of it the typical idea of what jazz is. One of the festival’s many nods to the diversity of music happens Wednesday night, Sept. 26, when the Jacksonville, Fla., salsa band Latin People Time takes the stage at the Ships of the Sea Museum for a free show guaranteed to be a party.