Little Sheba and the Shamans: music for the right reasons

Little Sheba and the Shamans: music for the right reasons

Tampa band supports Southern Culture On the Skids at The Jinx
The Shamans were formed out of a desire for Ari to stretch her vocal range and do something with a little more power behind it

Electric Avenue has your MTV experience

Acclaimed 80s tribute Electric Avenue comes to Victory North
The band meticulously plays the music of the MTV era and has garnered immense acclaim for their engaging show and dedication to the hits of the 80s as they were meant to be played

Beach Fossils kick off Stopover’s tenth anniversary

Announcement party at Service Brewing features full lineup, new beer
In addition to this week’s Stopover gig, Beach Fossils is back to touring, starting 2020 with a U.S. headlining tour

Trans and non-binary cabaret presents a vision for 2020

Club One hosts show produced by Anne Drogynous
Featuring a large cast of local performers in the burlesque, drag, spoken word, and performance art communities, the show will unite multiple troupes and performance groups from throughout Savannah

5 things to know about Michal Menert

Shapeshifting electronic musician and veteran performer takes the stage at Victory North

Jekyll Island New Year’s Bluegrass Festival in seasoned new hands

Ernie Evans talks about acquiring long-running regional festival
Among this year’s headliners at Jekyll Island is the legendary Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, as well as The Gibson Brothers, Rhonda Vincent, and Doyle Lawson

Non- headlines diverse Civvies show

Boston-based shoegaze/black metal band chats ahead of gig
NON- is a musical amalgam without any exaggeration. The band, founded by Jack Whelan in 2015, fuses elements of black metal, post-punk, shoegaze, 90s emo, and screamo in a way that sounds like it hasn’t quite been done before.

Two decades of Murder By Death

Groundbreaking Americana/indie rock band soldiers on
It’s not easy to pin the band down stylistically—they’re perhaps most generally an Americana band, but they often veer into much more imaginative (and darker) territory

Rev Bro Diddley & the Hips find their groove

Ty Thompson reinvents himself after The Hypnotics’ dissolution
With a tight band assembled around him, Thompson and his Hips have done a handful of shows since September and are gearing up for a big one to wrap up 2019

Keller Williams’ twenty five-year joyride

Singer/songwriter plays Southbound Brewing
To say he’s always doing something new is admittedly an understatement. Williams released three albums in the past year alone—two solo and one with a project called Keller Williams & the Keels

Depressor nods to Savannah’s best hardcore and metal

Drummer Will Sapp chats before Sentient Bean gig
The band most recently opened for The Black Dahlia Murder at Victory North, and turned heads with their debut album Callous in 2018

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