Birdperson’s high-energy, New Wave-influenced rock seems a great fit for the party atmosphere at El-Rocko, and that show kicks off a busy weekend that takes the band to Atlanta and Myrtle Beach.
The 2017 edition of the Savannah Stopover Music Festival is shaping up to be yet another great year of discovering your favorite new band.
Paleface might not be a household name, but after nearly three decades in the music industry, his impact and importance is undeniable.
Trinity United Methodist Church has solidified itself as a premier music venue in Savannah after opening its sanctuary several years ago to regular concerts and events.
Chaka Khan is headed to the Johnny Mercer Theatre.
The second weekend of 2017 includes a stacked bill on Jan. 14 at El-Rocko Lounge.
The members of Savannah Baroque will delight listeners with two concerts on Jan. 13 at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
His name isn’t Herman and he’s certainly not Henry the VII.
A true community radio station is on the brink of becoming a reality after years of planning and work from several dedicated local volunteers.
It looks like we’ll have plenty of thrilling shows in 2017, and we’re off to a good start with this weekend’s offerings.
Get on up, because it’s time to boogie on down!
In last week’s column, I looked back at some personal highlights from the Savannah music scene in 2016, so today let’s look ahead to 2017.
This was a strange year full of shifts and plot twists that rivaled the best fiction.
Baroness, a progressive metal band born in Savannah, has earned a 2017 Grammy nomination, an unexpected achievement in their evolving music career.
It’s been going on for years now and there is no end in sight — the 41st annual New Year’s Bluegrass Festival is returning to Jekyll Island.
One of my favorite musical performances of 2016 was way back in early January.
Every year on Christmas Day, the Coastal Jazz Association opens up to get down at the annual Christmas Jazz Concert & Jam Session.
This is in part an album review and in part a thank-you note. Since this is a column on which my face appears, I bear the right to opine.
It wouldn’t be Christmas in Savannah without some pretty strange parties.
For two regional metal bands, the all-ages Coastal Rock Productions show Dec. 16 at The Space Station, a new extension of Starlandia Creative Supply, will be a bit of a double reunion.
Zach Deputy, a Savannah-born multi-instrumentalist, is one of the many musicians and bands who have earned a national following after getting their start in the Lowcountry.
Tickets for the Saturday night Lucas Christmas Cabaret are already gone. After just four years, the annual event is so popular, tickets go quickly.
This year, the sixth annual Homegrown Holiday Hoedown sold out earlier than it ever has.
Christmas is Michael Maliakel’s favorite time of the year. The gold medal winner of the 2016 American Traditions Vocal Competition will sing at the annual Savannah Philharmonic Holiday Pops concert Dec. 17.
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