Along with plenty of music, art and family activities, there are also a few ways to give back to the community this holiday season.
Kill Matilda, self-described as “sweaty, sexy dance punk,” is a female-led three-piece rock group hailing from Vancouver.
Savannah gypsy jazz band Velvet Caravan is headed to Austin, Texas.
Grammy-winning "American Idol" judge Harry Connick Jr. will perform in Savannah in early 2015.
Savannah-born Passafire returns to their old stomping grounds soon.
Acoustic punk rock doesn’t get much better then Everymen.
Nestled at the heart of The Train Wrecks’ junior studio effort is a theme of perseverance.
There is certainly no shortage of talking heads to be found on TV and radio espousing their own beliefs about the current state of political affairs.
Family, friends and fans of Savannah musician Jonathan Athon, who passed away Nov. 9 at age 32, have chosen to memorialize the Black Tusk bassist in true metal fashion.
The Deen Team is a blood-collecting dream team for the American Red Cross.
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