Find a listing of locals bars and restaurants offering karaoke in the Lowcountry.
Two of the country’s best guitarists will take the stage Sept. 6 at Mars Theatre in Springfield.
The Sentient Bean is known for its acoustic, intimate music shows and for bringing in great talent touring across the U.S.
Rockabilly isn’t a novelty, it’s a historical marker of the roots of rock ‘n’ roll, and fortunately, there are several acts carrying on the message.
Avant-garde music isn’t typically accepted by a mainstream audience, but its place in the history of Western music has been rightfully canonized.
They only get better with age. That’s what Cristina Bermúdez says about flamenco dancers who perform the dynamic Spanish dance.
No ballads, no love songs. What? How can you have cabaret with no ballads or love songs? Why, when it’s a comedy cabaret, of course.
Big Engine is bringing its “Prepare For Liftoff” tour to Tybee Island.
For close to a decade, The Heavy Pets have been churning out their own particular brand of jam rock.
The five-piece traditional country outfit of Andy Vaughan and the Driveline has decided to hold onto tradition and to steer clear of musical fads, building its sound on the structure of the old country western genre.
Hot off a year-long tour with country music superstar Tracy Lawrence, former Pooler resident Jared Wade makes a trip home to host a special concert Aug. 30 at Saddle Bags.
The Love Language played an electrifying set at The Jinx on the final night of the 2012 Savannah Stopover, but that was the last time the North Carolina-based indie rock band appeared here.
The Phantom Playboys will prove to the Savannah rockabilly crowd that the genre isn’t so black and white.
Tawny Ellis is taking her time with her trip back to the Hostess City.
If you’re even the slightest bit a fan of heavy metal or punk music, The Jinx has a show this week that should get you all tingly in the pants.
From the folks that bring you Savannah Stopover Music Festival every March ...
Savannah-based punk rock band Crazy Bag Lady is hosting an all-local bash at the end of August to help raise funds for their debut album.
Chris Lane’s star is rising fast. The country singer has a top-selling debut single in “Broken Windshield View.” He’ll perform Aug. 22 at Saddle Bags Savannah.
Savannah has a contemporary Christian radio station and a local hip-hop/R&B station, but it doesn’t have a mish-mash of the two, a gospel urban station. The Force Radio wants to change that.
Georgia bluegrass musicians from bands Waller and City Hotel have joined creative forces to form a collaborative project, appropriately calling themselves the Georgia Mountain Stringband.
Savannah’s diverse music scene, with myriad bands creating unique soundscapes, occasionally gets coalesced into the same venue, a fortunate happening for fans.
Grateful Dead fans remember the date Aug. 9, 1995, well.
Savannah Stopover has announced two shows coming up this October, both Stopover ’14 alums: Hurray for the Riff Raff and Those Darlins.
The 2015 American Traditions Competition won’t be until Feb. 23-27, but why wait?
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