Features, art and entertainment reporter
Linda Sickler is the features, art and entertainment reporter for Do Savannah and the Savannah Morning News.
It’s a tradition nearly as old as the Savannah College of Art and Design itself.
There’s going to be a party when country singer/songwriter Chase Rice plays Grayson Stadium on April 28.
Take one big band, 120 singers, a tap dancer and a world-renowned conductor and mix well.
Comedian Krish Mohan will touch on serious subjects in a most funny way when he performs April 29 at The Wormhole.
Some seriously funny comedy is headed to Tybee Island.
They may be tiny, but they are real houses that will provide shelter for the area’s homeless veterans.
You wouldn’t be human if you were left untouched by the story of Buck, the dog in the classic novel “The Call of the Wild.”
What a wonderful way to end the season.
Every year, a unique event puts the spotlight on bourbon, cigars, food and everything Southern.
Bless us, we residents of the Coastal Empire do love our homegrown hero, Johnny Mercer.
The Savannah Jazz Orchestra will honor two great musicians April 23 at its annual Duke Ellington Birthday Concert.
You don’t often find two musicians who are as passionate about each other as they are about the music.
The Savannah Asian Cultural Festival has found a good home on the campus of Armstrong State University.
Spring is simply the best time to tour Savannah.
Comedy superstar Jeff Dunham just reached a new height.
The Piedmont blues is music birthed out of suffering.
An all-Rachmaninov program will be presented April 8 by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. This will be the ASO’s 12th consecutive performance at the Savannah Music Festival.
All good things must come to an end. But the Savannah Music Festival is going out in style April 8 with a sold-out closing night party starring The Wood Brothers.
The Savannah Philharmonic Chamber Concert Series will go over the top and dramatic on April 8 to present its final concert of the season, “Virtuosity at its Finest.”
The future of acoustic music is alive and well, as is evident at the Savannah Music Festival’s Acoustic Music Seminar.
Not all comedians are extroverts.
Hermeto Pascoal began learning music at birth.
Today it’s considered an art form, but Malambo began in the 1600s as competitive dueling.
Stand back, Hostess City, the Savannah Music Festival is about to “Release the Hounds.”
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