Remember When: Future Islands @ Savannah Stopover Music Festival 2014

Remember When: Future Islands @ Savannah Stopover Music Festival 2014

Savannah Stopover’s Kayne Lanahan looks back on simpler times
'We both had tears in our eyes. Joyful tears. I’ll never forget that moment.'

Phantom Wingo dives into the new normal with Quarantine Concert

Long-running blues/rock band readies online show
Coming up on Wed., April 8 is Phantom Wingo, the long-running blues/rock band fronted by Tyler Roe

The Vinyl Say: Rockabilly lifers Brady and the Bazookas

Brady and the Bazookas are fronted by the band’s namesake, who came to Savannah with a mission to spread the good word of rockabilly

Eric Britt gets personal on new album

Local music veteran unleashes album in these uncertain times
Eric Britt has come a long way since his days in Hazel Virtue. The guitarist and songwriter of the alt-rock outfit is making vastly different music nowadays—it’s a world away stylistically, but the emotion and energy remains.

Song After Song: Joseph Kapcin of Heavy Books

'Usually the goal is to tell the truth and bare my soul and write about what I know.'

Matt Collett launches solo project years in the making

Longtime Savannah musician emerges with eclectic album
He’s a veteran musician, but in all of the time he’s been working he’s never properly released anything under his own name

Quarantine Concerts: music’s new normal

Organizer Michael Gaster talks about new venture for local musicians
Perhaps the most impressive thing about Quarantine Concerts is the fact that Gaster assembled his team and put the concept into motion in almost no time at all

The Vinyl Say: Songwriter, singer, and band leader Jason Bible

Jason Bible is no doubt known best for his long stint as singer, songwriter, and band leader for The Train Wrecks

SMFNoon30 series premieres

The first concert of the 2020 Savannah Music Festival was scheduled for this Thursday, March 26 at 12:30 p.m.

The Vinyl Say: Hip hop artist, DJ, and music veteran Basik Lee

"Naughty By Nature used to walk around my neighborhood, and so did Redman. "

How Coronavirus is impacting Savannah’s music and arts communities

We check in with local musicians, promoters, and theater professionals
We wanted to check in with some of these valuable members of our community, so that readers could get a sense for how the arts communities in town are responding and how they can best be supported through this difficult time


Recent Comments

The Most: Read | Shared | Comments

Submit An Event

Search All Events & Listings

Right Now On: Twitter | Facebook

Copyright © 2020, Connect Savannah. All Rights Reserved.
Website powered by Foundation