Find a listing of locals bars and restaurants offering karaoke in the Lowcountry.
It’s quite possible that 17-year-old Hannah Wicklund has caught your attention as you strolled through City Market.
It happens when the musically in-tune members of Moon River Chorus harmonize.
Dollhouse Productions will be hosting “A Holiday Bizarre” in early December, one that might prove to be the right mix of strange and wonderful.
I grew up listening to punk rock. I was a punk rock girl who was moved by anarchy.
The holiday season has begun, and for people looking for a fun way to get in the festive spirit, “A Motown Christmas” delivers.
Savannah “gypsy jazz” band Velvet Caravan recently announced they will perform at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas, this spring.
Savannah Stopover Music Festival has announced Southern Culture On The Skids will headline its fifth anniversary celebration on March 5, opening night of the 2015 festival.
The weeks on either side of Thanksgiving are always interesting ones in Savannah clubs. There’s a familiar pattern.
Savannah-born Passafire returns to their old stomping grounds soon.
Kill Matilda, self-described as “sweaty, sexy dance punk,” is a female-led three-piece rock group hailing from Vancouver.
Psychomagic and Santoros are two bands arriving in Savannah for the first time Nov. 22.
Family, friends and fans of Savannah musician Jonathan Athon, who passed away Nov. 9 at age 32, have chosen to memorialize the Black Tusk bassist in true metal fashion.
Acoustic punk rock doesn’t get much better then Everymen.
A few weeks ago, 47 years after they were recorded, Columbia Records finally released virtually all of the fabled “Basement Tapes” in their original, blemished glory.
Savannah gypsy jazz band Velvet Caravan is headed to Austin, Texas.
Grammy-winning "American Idol" judge Harry Connick Jr. will perform in Savannah in early 2015.
Nestled at the heart of The Train Wrecks’ junior studio effort is a theme of perseverance.
Local favorites from Athens, Futurebirds, will return to Savannah for a special concert to kick off the 2015 Savannah Stopover season.
Listeners are in for a real treat when singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff plays Mars Theatre in Springfield on Nov. 24.
The twin spires of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist soar over Savannah’s skyline.
Take a world-renowned Irish tenor, music by Irish composers and stir in an orchestra and chorus led by an Irish conductor, and you’ve got all the ingredients for an incredible concert.
During his career, guitarist Walter Parks has played for and with three of the greatest voices in folk/rock history.
With its cozy confines, small, low stage and extremely broad range of music presented, Hang Fire continues to brand itself as one of the most daring and eclectic local live concert venues in our area.
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