Stubblefield's heavy touring experience eventually led him into the studio, where he wrote, produced, and composed alongside Phil Spector, Quincy Jones, Jim Capaldi (Traffic), Larry Lee, and more.
Members of The Temptations, The Capitols, The Miracles and more kick off the holiday season
'I picked a dream team of the people I most enjoy working with'
After moving away, the duo brings their explosive take on garage, punk, blues, and rock back to El-Rocko Lounge.
Her elegant style was recorded in 2011 on After Five, a smooth collection of jazz standards and moonlight-drenched favorites.
Ghost Coast will offer honey-themed cocktails using their brand-new Honey Flavored Whiskey.
Quattlebaum’s unique style offers a touch of Southern Lowcountry marshland blues, traditional bluegrass, and old-time
After landing the Number 1 spot on the iTunes country album charts in 2016 thanks to his album Remington, Granger Smith has been a favorite.
Loi Loi crafts songs in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.
The band returns to Savannah before performing two sold-out shows in their hometown for the One Mother to Another Anthology performance
ATLANTA'S pride and joy, Mother’s Finest, went down in history as the ultimate upstaging act. Touring with the likes of AC/DC, Aerosmith, The Who, and Black Sabbath, the firing-on-all-cylinders band has a history of stealing the show, and after 45 years as a group, they’ve still got it.
The outlaw country singer-songwriter is a frequent player 'round these parts
Jazz fans rejoice: Good Times offers live music every night of the week!
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Gillian Welch, Tedeschi Trucks Band and more to perform
THE SAVANNAH Music Festival has announced the lineup for its 2018 festival. The celebration of world-class music from around the globe returns from March 29 to April 14 with new venues, new artists, and new opportunities to enjoy all the festival has to offer.
The band hit the ground running with their first record, Just Add Water, which won Indie-Ville Reggae Album of the Year in 2011.