The Call Up: Episode 03 - Stopover Local Spotlight with Bero Bero

The Call Up: Episode 03 - Stopover Local Spotlight with Bero Bero

Sean Kelly speaks with Veronica from Bero Bero, set to play Savannah Stopover at Club One on Sat. March 9.

Savannah Stopover: The Bright Light Social Hour

'We didn’t have any choice but to use the music to sort of heal and process everything'

TEEN brings brilliant alt-rock magic from Brooklyn to Stopover

'We don't stick to the same formula every time we write a record.'

Pylon Reenactment Society brings stellar legacy to Stopover

A talk with Vanessa Briscoe Hay and Jason NeSmith

Local Stopover Artists, Unite!

Your guide to Savannah faves gracing the Stopover stage
Aaron Paul Zimmer @Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum Troubadour is an oft-overused word that seems to be thrown around a bit too liberally when it comes to the singer/songwriter types.

Savannah Stopover: Chastity

Chastity isn't strict in its discipline, and neither is Death Lust, a tight, loud album with a wide variety of influence, from shoegaze to hardcore.

Skylar Gudasz brings moving voice, ace songwriting to Stopover

North Carolina singer/songwriter reflects
It's an addictive collection of high quality indie rock-meets-Americana, and every song is an absolute earworm

Savannah Stopover: Mike Krol

Power Chords owes some of its polish to Krol going back to his musical roots

Deerhunter’s genre-bending success

Beloved rock greats headline this year’s Savannah Stopover
They’re hands down one of the most reliably interesting bands working today

Savannah Stopover: SUSTO

A talk with Justin Osborne
ALWAYS a hugely popular regional touring band in Savannah as well in their native Charleston, SUSTO is poised for national success with the release of their third album, Ever Since I Lost My Mind. The new record isn’t only significant because it is the band’s debut on Rounder Records.

Savannah Stopover: Priests

'The Seduction of Kansas' name-checks the Koch brothers and White Castle over a synth beat

The Joy Formidable brings wall of sound to Stopover

The popular Welsh group’s singer checks in from Berlin ahead of Savannah set
Their most recent effort, 2018’s AARTH, is a natural and brilliant evolution of their sound


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