Nikolai Panov is no stranger to Savannah, but he's never performed here. It’s an omission the jazz saxophonist plans to rectify. On April 27, he’ll headline the Coastal Jazz Association’s annual tribute to Duke Ellington.
If you want comfortable, scripted entertainment, stay home and watch reality television. If you want to work out any aggression in a violent rage of tonal insurgency, get off the couch and go to The Jinx.
Ten years is a long time for a band to stay together. Led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Justin Ringle and violinist Nathan Crockett, Horse Feathers is based in Portland, Ore. The band is marking its 10th anniversary with an all-acoustic tour that will stop in Savannah at Ampersand on April 11.
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Lyn Avenue is band with ambition. Fronted by songwriter and acoustic guitarist Cecilia “Cc” Witt, the Savannah born and raised, pop/country quartet is set to release their first studio album, “The Other Side.”
Anyone who knows the songs of Amos Lee knows the harmony of sorrow. His voice, ever in the key of struggle, pulls layers of heartache from the depths of listeners’ souls like a magician tugging an unending series of hankies from his sleeve.
It’s not often you see a group of guys start a band in middle school and then go on to be a big name in the pop-rock music scene, but We the Kings managed to stick together, remain close friends and succeed.