Find a listing of locals bars and restaurants offering karaoke in the Lowcountry.
Black Tusk returns to Savannah for the first show in their hometown since the tragic death of bass player Jonathan Athon in a motorcycle accident in November.
MusicFile Productions, producers of Savannah Stopover Music Festival, announced the lineup for the third installment of Revival Fest.
Yeehaw! Put on your dancing shoes.
You don’t have to be a metal fan to be excited about Black Tusk’s appearance at The Jinx on May 23.
Death of Paris can’t seem to get Savannah out of their heads.
Graveface Records & Curiosities has launched an Indiegogo campaign to continue all-ages live music shows in its shop at 5 W. 40th St.
At the age of 88, Dr. Ralph Stanley still does 100 to 150 concerts every year.
I think Savannah, at its best, is a place that honors the past while still taking risks and embracing the future.
For close to three decades, New York City’s The Slackers have failed to live up to their name.
I Cantori’s upcoming concert is a fun one, according to founder and director Robert Harris.
With big shows last weekend from the likes of CUSSES, Creepoid and Crazy Bag Lady, the month of May is off to a rocking start — and things show no signs of slowing down this week.
The Goliards will follow the Celtic migration across Europe with “From Shetland to Galicia,” a concert set for May 10 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Kylesa, one of the biggest metal acts to come out of Savannah, will play its first hometown show in more than a year on May 9 at The Wormhole.
The Savannah Philharmonic will close out its sixth season with a program that features some of the most beautiful orchestral music written.
Sibling rivalry isn’t always a bad thing. It led to Robin Giesbrecht’s career as a concert pianist.
Francine Reed has been Lyle Lovett’s singing partner for more than 30 years, but she also performs as a solo artist.
As fundraisers go, the Rivers Rock event sponsored by the Ogeechee Riverkeeper and Friends is wildly popular, so get your tickets now.
The Savannah VOICE Festival unveiled its 2015 season lineup May 3 during a Prelude to the Festival Brunch and Concert at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa.
Since the last time X Ambassadors played Savannah, the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based rock group has made supreme strides in their career.
For years, the Savannah underground music scene, built around a DIY sensibility and a general camaraderie between its participants, has played an important part in nurturing young acts.
Traditional Americana music, one of our nation’s oldest art forms, has found its way back into the national spotlight of late.
It’s time for a sneak peek.
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