Stephane Wrembel Band kicks off a new season of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts

Stephane Wrembel Band kicks off a new season of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts

In his search, Wrembel found the music of Django Reinhardt, the father of gypsy jazz
THE FIRST concert of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts’ Fall Edition will benefit WRUU Community Radio and showcase the sounds of Stephane Wrembel, the "living face of gypsy jazz," and his band. The French musician began his musical journey at the age of four, studying classical piano in Fontainebleau, France.

Savannah Jazz Festival: Carmen Bradford

Acclaimed vocalist returns to Jazz Fest stage
Bradford took an interest in singing when she was just four or five

Statts Fest: Another home run

Family-friendly benefit returns to Grayson Stadium with music, art, and fun
Emily Doherty of Friends of Statts says the organization’s partnership with The Savannah Bananas and Grayson Stadium has been a fruitful one

Darnell Little @Sentient Bean

Little explores what it means to be a dark-skinned man in today's America.

The Get Right Band @Barrelhouse South

The Get Right Band thrives thanks to great chemistry between its players, stellar chops, and inventive arrangements.

Drab Majesty, Boy Harsher, Pyramid Club @The Jinx

Live performance is crucial to Drab Majesty as an art form.

Spotlights, Hotplate @El-Rocko Lounge

Spotlights is the project of Brooklyn-based married couple Mario and Sarah Quintero.

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears kick off fall concert season

A new season of MusicFile Productions is here
BLACK JOE LEWIS'S origin story is fit for a blues song. Now a neo-soul and blues-wrangling troubadour who has released five acclaimed studio albums since his mid-2000s debut, Joe Lewis first picked up the guitar while working at a pawn shop in Austin, Texas.

Katie's gone country

Katie Deal celebrates the music of Nashville greats in new show
KATIE DEAL brings a tribute to the women of country music.

Josephine Johnson: Ukulele Poet

'Things seem to be happier on the ukulele'
Jack Johnson couldn’t have spoken truer words than Savannah’s own Josephine Johnson. “Things seem to be happier on the ukulele,” she says.

Live Music @Bacon Fest

Southern Rock staple Bobby Lee Rodgers brings his storied sound to the stage. The guitarist was a founding member of The Codetalkers and performed with the legendary Col. Bruce Hampton in that project.

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