MTB plays Great Ogeechee Seafood Fest

MTB plays Great Ogeechee Seafood Fest

Doug Gray talks about Marshall Tucker Band’s five decades
DOUG GRAY might be the only original member of the Marshall Tucker Band left in its current lineup, but that certainly doesn’t mean the spirit has changed. Gray has kept the passion and trailblazing energy of MTB alive and thriving after years of facing the ups and downs of the music industry.

A.U.R.A. Fest brings punk, rock to Sentient Bean

Young punk/thrash band Last Call joins The Ramages for intimate rock show
The show will be particularly significant for Last Call, a young punk and thrash band on their way up whose roots were planted at Savannah Arts Academy

Locals done good: Lulu The Giant headlines Victory North

Local trio plots special show with guests and surprises
LULU THE GIANT is a long-running local trio known for their blues, jazz, and soul-infused songs led by bassist, singer, and songwriter Rachael Shaner. They’ve garnered critical acclaim for their unique sound and eclectic shows, with local gigs becoming more and more rare due to the demands of the road.

Appalachian Road Show honors centuries of tradition

Bluegrass and old time band plays Randy Wood Guitars
The band can tether between straight up bluegrass, old time music, and traditional Appalachian tunes in a way that has given them quite the reputation in Nashville and beyond

Nightbringers: a conversation with The Black Dahlia Murder

Metal road warriors invade Victory North
Intense touring has paid off in spades for the band, whose unique style of melodic death metal has won them a large and loyal fanbase across the world

Lez Zeppelin gives no quarter at Tybee Island Pirate Fest

'Before you knew it, Lez Zeppelin just became this entity and a statement of female musical force.'

Color your world at Picnic in the Park

Savannah Philharmonic’s beloved concert returns
Performers at this year’s concert also include the Savannah Arts Academy Orchestra as well as students from Savannah High School and the Esther F. Garrison School for the Arts’ Garrison Voices chorus

Guitar virtuoso Hiroya Tsukamoto headlines UU Church concert

Critically acclaimed guitarist comes to Savannah for Sounds & Spirits series
Tsukamoto has recorded a number of albums over the years, as a solo artist and as a member of the group Interoceanio

Chuck Leavell’s all-star Georgia music celebration

Rolling Stones keyboardist chats about collaboration with R.E.M.’s Mike Mills and violinist Robert McDuffie
Immediately after a Stones tour, Leavell jumped into a much different endeavor—a mini-tour performing songs from Georgia artists that span genres and decades

Civvies steps up to help the Bahamas

Broughton Street institution gives to those in need
Following the events of Hurricane Dorian, which ravaged the Bahamas and caused an untold amount of damage, Rainé felt as though he needed to do something to help

Funky Nation takes over Jazz Fest

Big Sam Williams on New Orleans, Katrina, his new album, and the late Allen Toussaint
Whether working sweaty clubs or open-air festivals, the band’s kinetic fusion of funk, jazz and rock really comes to life onstage, and has much the same effect on the crowds

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