A.M. Rodriguez, Jason Bible, Matt Eckstine, and Brandon Nelson McCoy will offer their own unique takes on Van Zandt classics.
Nashville three-piece Scriptkiddie is anchored by Emily Kohavi’s versatile voice.
Japanese underground legends tour the U.S. one noodle bowl at a time
FOR Shonen Knife, life is just a bowl of noodles.
The band’s one-of-a-kind blend of rock 'n’ roll, Americana, honky-tonk, and indie rock shines through on their first recording,
Savannah Children’s Choir, Savannah State Chorale, Johnson High School Choir and special guests combine
THIS WEEKEND, Savannah Children’s Choir will pay tribute to a monumental moment in music history: the Sacred Concerts of American music legend Duke Ellington.
The guitar virtuoso relocated to Lookout Mountain, Georgia in 2015, ready to start fresh, and has made a name for himself in the region.
After being crowned the #1 unsigned artist of 2015 by Purevolume and opening for Primal Scream at Terminal West that same year, the band has put in the time and work to make their first LP a huge success.
Musician builds gonkulations and acousto-electric contraptions
SOME CALL them "experiments in adventurous art."
All the while, the group was pushing Southern hip-hop into the mainstream view and defining “crunk” as a sound and lifestyle
Ford Fatale acts as Mistress of Ceremonies and Layzanya Ontre and Influenza Mueller of The House of Gunt will join in the fun as special guests.
With a focus on tradition, Marina Lomazov and Joseph Rackers will play solo and duo works by Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Bolcom, and more
Cold Heart Canyon howl songs of whiskey and wickedness with references to Gone With the Wind
Where to be, what to buy
MUSIC LOVERS, get your credit cards ready and set your alarms: Record Store Day is almost here! There are a few ways to celebrate the annual ode to physical music releases and independent record store culture and share the local love.