The tight-knit music community of Savannah was hit with two heavy blows at the end of last year.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones, a six-piece soul band based in Birmingham, Ala., will perform at Savannah's Lucas Theatre this spring.
The 2017 edition of the Savannah Stopover Music Festival is shaping up to be yet another great year of discovering your favorite new band.
The “Black Cat” from “Pretty Little Liars” is headed to Savannah.
Chaka Khan is headed to the Johnny Mercer Theatre.
The Alex Townsend Memorial Foundation, producer of Savannah’s A-Town Get Down Festival, has announced a new date and location for the 2017 event.
For 17 days in March and April, eight venues across Savannah’s Historic District will host more than 80 musical performances ranging from rock to classical.
On Thursday night, the American Traditions Vocal Competition announced the artists selected by the judges to advance to the final round of the competition, which is tonight.
"Stalin's tyranny could destroy their country. But not their love." Yep, that's the tagline for "Bitter Harvest."
In 2015, former Talking Heads front man David Byrne staged an unconventional show in which he paired up 10 contemporary musicians and performers with color guard teams.
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