Find a listing of locals bars and restaurants offering karaoke in the Lowcountry.
Tedeschi Trucks Band — the 11-member collective led by husband-wife duo Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi — will perform at the Johnny Mercer Theatre at 8 p.m. April 22.
Old Crow Medicine Show is coming to the Savannah Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. May 1 with special guest Sturgill Simpson.
The American Traditions Competition announced the five remaining artists who impressed the judges the most to advance to the finals.
Everything is Terrible! has almost 75,000 fans on Facebook, and on Feb. 26 the bizarre live show will be returning to Graveface Records & Curiosities.
I’d love to drop this week’s issue of Do from a helicopter above Savannah — that’s how strongly I feel about our music scene, and how much people should be paying attention to it.
First Presbyterian Church is hosting its fourth Music with a Mission concert on March 6, featuring young improvisational organist Tom Trenney from Lincoln, Neb.
After listening to the track “Dogged Days” off City Hotel’s new album, it’s clear the Savannah band has once again pulled my heart strings — no pun intended.
For the past 40 years, Mickey Raphael has had a dream job as Willie Nelson’s harmonica player.
A lot has changed since the hit country group Little Big Town opened for Charlie Daniels in Savannah back in April 2012.
American Aquarium returns to The Jinx on Feb. 21. I’ve written similar sentences many times over the years.
With 28 vocalists on board to compete, the American Traditions Competition returns Feb. 23-27.
Even as a child, John Hammond gravitated toward the blues.
What is the DNA of a good music city?
The Accomplices are no strangers to the Savannah music scene. The local Americana/folk/rock band is known for original music as well as for putting a unique twist on covers and bluegrass standards.
The Blind Boys of Alabama helped define gospel traditions, setting standards that generations of singers behind them have followed.
Music legend Bob Dylan will be coming to the Savannah Civic Center in April.
In recent columns, I’ve mentioned some of the all-ages shows and venues in the greater downtown area.
Southbound Brewing Company has teamed up with Brooklyn-based jazz/rock band Les Racquet to create a Valentine’s Day event appropriately titled “Love is Brewing.”
The last time Charlie and the Foxtrots played The Sentient Bean, they packed the house, and I’d expect the same kind of enthusiastic crowd on Feb. 5 for their return.
Local melodic hardcore band Optimist will be playing a farewell show Feb. 7 in the basement of Sweet Melissa’s.
An electro-pop sensation like no other is bringing a raw, edgy sound to The Jinx on Feb. 6.
The future of jazz is in capable hands.
Every so often, it’s worth thinking back to Januarys of the past, when local arts writers struggled to find events to cover.
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