As you’re thinking about weekend plans, you might want to consider the 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra at El-Rocko Lounge on April 30.
“Velvet & Soil” is full of beautiful, subtle moments and cathartic choruses, laden with assumingly intimate lyrics held back at times by hushed vocals.
Revival Fest and Savannah Stopover favorite Caleb Caudle returns to town April 28 for a listening room-style show at Trinity United Methodist Church.
“Oh, good, good ... That’s good!” Eric Goulden says with a palpable sense of relief and enthusiasm. He’s thrilled to learn I am recording our telephone conversation for the purpose of accuracy.
For four years, Tanya Milton has organized a gospel showcase to raise funds for the American Diabetes Association’s Kiss-A-Pig campaign.
It’s the Big 4-0. The iconic rock band Boston has been around for an astonishing four decades.
The original Jersey boy himself, Frankie Valli, is coming to Savannah in the fall.
A publicist for the artist Prince confirmed to the Associated Press that the singer has died.
The upcoming Savannah Philharmonic Chorus concert is so good, it’s going to be presented twice.
All good things must come to an end, even for the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra.
Roadkill Ghost Choir’s 2014 album “In Tongues” opens with “Slow Knife,” which establishes the mystical, sometimes eerie tone of the rest of the record.
The annual Rock ’n’ Roll Prom is back at The Jinx on April 22 with a theme that is out of this world.
World-renowned pianist Vladimir Viardo will be closing out this year’s Piano in the Arts concert series April 23.
The last time MercyMe played Savannah, its members took a ghost tour after the concert.
April is National Jazz Month, and in what has become an annual tradition, the Coastal Jazz Association will present its 30th annual “Rite of Swing” Tribute to Duke Ellington on April 24.
Legendary singer and pianist Elton John and his band are coming back to Savannah.
Like some other cities with vibrant music scenes, Savannah has had a venue problem over the last several years.
Record Store Day celebrates those individuals and businesses who have untethered themselves from the corporate stamp.
Warren Haynes is no stranger to the Southern rock music scene, gaining notoriety early in his career as a guitarist for acts like The Dicky Betts Band and David Allen Coe
The seventh season of the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus is drawing to a close, but fans have three more opportunities to enjoy concerts throughout the month of April.
JJ Grey is a big fan of our fair city. “I love Savannah,” the singer and guitarist avows by phone.
The Savannah Music Festival wraps up this week with a flurry of promising shows.
Country giant Merle Haggard died April 6 at 79, on his birthday.
To help raise funds for Lindsey's Place Camp, a special concert featuring Southern rockers Drivin’ N Cryin’ with Warner Hodges will take place at Coach’s Corner.
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