Savannah Stopover will celebrate its fourth incarnation March 6-8, and Music File Productions, the company behind the growing music festival, is whetting our palates with an announcement show Nov. 21 at The Jinx featuring Athens indie darlings Futurebirds.
Atlanta’s first lady of jazz, Audrey Shakir, will join local musicians Eric Jones on piano, Mitch Hennes on bass and Sean Bolden on drums at The Coastal Jazz Association of Savannah’s monthly presentation at The Westin Golf Club on Nov. 17.
Jim Brickman has traveled the world to perform, but he especially loves playing Savannah. “From the environment and art and the whole vibe of the place, to the feeling, the charm, the beauty,” the renowned pianist says. “All of that is a celebration for arts, music and food coming together.”
Joe Bonamassa has a mile-long resume and umpteen accolades thanks to starting his career at age 12 (yes, 12) opening for B.B. King and touring with Gregg Allman, Joe Cocker and Foreigner, to name a few.