Ramble on down to the Lathrop Avenue taproom and enjoy twenty-count-‘em-twenty specialty beers on tap.
Summer concerts kick off June 28 at Congress St. location.
The new album continues Sister Hazel’s tradition of up-tempo, breezy melodies and arrangements with a Southern lilt.
In addition to arts and crafts, the weekend features plenty of live music, including a set from rising Savannah band Raynbird.
Don’t plan to attend a Woggles show and sit in the corner.
Iconic band set to perform classic second album in its entirety
LAST YEAR, the members of Chicago got together for a celebratory dinner to mark their 50th year as a band. That sort of longevity puts Chicago in a very exclusive club, as one of the very few bands—the Rolling Stones, The Who, and a handful of ‘60s pop acts playing perhaps with their frontman or key songwriter as the only remaining key band member—still on the scene.
Expect to hear dynamic and energetic selections of riot house, trap, future bass, and beyond.
Wilson has caught attention opening for the likes of Dylan Scott, Deana Carter, Jamie Lynn Spears, Tracey Laurence, and more.
Fusing rock, jazz, jam, blues, and dance music, the North Carolina-based band returned with the album The Otherside this year.
Savannah swamp-metal band unveils new lineup at all-ages show
WITH A new member, a new label, a new Orange amplifier sponsorship, and a new record on the way, Savannah’s Black Tusk is practically a brand-new band.
Savannah is for Lovers is the brainchild of Jacksonville-based #SADSONGS, an emo, pop-punk DJ/production collective.
Charleston-based band uses bass, keyboards, organ, guitars, drums, and plenty of rich vocals.
Funk legend brings final tour to Savannah
THE MOTHERSHIP is about to land. The godfather of funk himself, George Clinton, brings his spring tour to Savannah this Thursday, and The Hostess City is about to get funked up.