Find a listing of locals bars and restaurants offering karaoke in the Lowcountry.
In case you have not heard, the legendary singer-songwriter John Prine and his backing band will grace the stage of the Johnny Mercer Theatre on Nov. 7.
For those who just can’t wait until the Savannah Music Festival starts in March, help is on the way.
Local rock/reggae outfit Kota Mundi has gone through some lineup changes over the last several years on the way to recording a debut EP.
Cool John Ferguson is returning to the Lowcountry this week, and bringing a new album w
The first time you behold a Jackson Pollock painting and begin tracing the lines and forming shapes out of what seems like madness, it might be confusing or exhilarating or even frustrating.
Fans who attend country rocker Brantley Gilbert’s show Oct. 31 at the Savannah Civic Center won’t be disappointed.
Savannah First Presbyterian Church is sponsoring this season’s second “Music with a Mission” concert, a musical performance paired with information about a local charitable mission.
At 10 p.m. Oct. 24 Statesboro-based band The Orange Constant will be performing live at Barrelhouse South, in Savannah.
They recently signed a record deal, but Christopher and Taylor Malpass don’t really want to be rich and famous.
Virelais, ballades, rondeaux and motets. Those are types of songs that will be performed by The Golliards on Oct. 26 in “The Age of Guillaume de Machaut.”
Hurray For The Riff Raff returns to the Hostess City this week after playing at Savannah Stopover earlier this year.
The ongoing struggle between the music community and the city of Savannah in relation to all-ages venues has seen its share of ups and downs.
Yonder Mountain String Band has contemporized bluegrass, resulting in droves of new fans.
If you’re unaware of Murder By Death’s music, you might assume this is a run-of-the-mill metal act. But you would be sorely mistaken.
The Creative Coast, working with MusicFile Productions, has announced its entertainment lineup for Geekend 2014, the interactive conference set for Nov. 13-15 at various locations in Savannah.
Do Savannah and MusicFile Productions have teamed up to offer music fans at chance to win tickets to see New Orleans' Hurray For The Riff Raff on Oct. 28 at The Jinx.
The Get Right Band is bringing the funk to Congress Street Social Club this weekend.
Bringing her folk-rooted sound to Savannah for the first time, Daphne Lee Martin is making a stop on her “Blonde on Blonde” tour Oct. 16 at The Sentient Bean.
The North and South are at it again — as in European composers, that is.
Country star Kacey Musgraves wrote her first song, “Notice Me,” at age 8 for her elementary school graduation.
The U.S. Air Force Concert Band and Singing Sergeants will make the final stop of their current tour Oct. 22 at Armstrong State University Fine Arts Auditorium.
The next few weekends start early in Savannah, with Trinity United Methodist Church offering a free lunchtime concert series each Friday from Oct. 17-Nov. 14.
Every few months, Bear Fight! brings heavy Southern rock to The Jinx. I mean, really, really heavy.
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