Do Savannnah



Black Tusk never too big for the hometown crowd

03 Feb 2016

Teeth marks line the cobblestone streets of Savannah as a reminder of the fangs Black Tusk has cut here in their rise to success.


Rivers Rock brings big names in blues to benefit Ogeechee Riverkeeper

03 Feb 2016

For the sixth year, Ogeechee Riverkeeper is hosting its popular Rivers Rock fundraising concert.


Savannah Music Festival lineup concert will feature Steep Canyon Rangers, special brew

03 Feb 2016

The Savannah Music Festival doesn’t kick off until March 24, but the musical highlights are still rolling in.


Get ‘In the Mood’ for big band memories at Lucas Theatre

03 Feb 2016

The distinct sound of brassy swing music immediately brings to mind the Big Band era.


Mother and daughter Diana and Rhonda Ross to share stage in Savannah

03 Feb 2016

When Diana Ross performs at the Savannah Civic Center on Feb. 6, she will welcome a most special guest: her eldest daughter, Rhonda Ross.


Savannah-based musician looking for help after losing van, equipment

29 Jan 2016

Crazy Bag Lady drummer Daniel Lynch, who also performs under the electronic/house music moniker Sunglow, had a very bad week.


Unplugged: Live music picks up the pace

27 Jan 2016

A few days ago, Savannah Stopover confirmed 50 more bands that will be performing at venues in the Historic District from March 10-12.


A Fragile Tomorrow releases self-produced fifth album recorded in Savannah

27 Jan 2016

The Charleston, S.C.-based power-pop band A Fragile Tomorrow recently released their fifth studio album, “Make Me Over.” The record was self-produced at Low Watt Recording Studios in Savannah, which the band opened in partnership with producer Ted Comerford.


Homegrown Savannah: Anxiety Junkies spread the punk gospel before they part ways

25 Jan 2016

If anxiety is the dizziness of freedom, then there’s no one freer than the Anxiety Junkies. Many bands will replicate the sounds of punk rock, but very few will live life by those tenets.


Empire of Sound: ‘Pool’ is a pleasant evolution for Porches

22 Jan 2016

“Pool” is an ethereal yet lightly brooding album you can dance to just as easily as you can just chill out to.


Acoustic duo Genna & Jesse to perform at Foxy Loxy

20 Jan 2016

The nomadic acoustic soul duo Genna & Jesse began performing together in 2009, after Genna Giacobassi placed an ad on Craigslist looking for a piano player.


Scott H. Biram brings bluesy country sound back to Savannah

19 Jan 2016

It is a difficult task to describe the arc of award-winning one-man band Scott H. Biram’s musical career.


Unplugged: Indie folk icon Paleface back at The Wormhole

18 Jan 2016

The invitation cuts right to the chase: “Known in the indie folk circles for his amazing music and his collaborations with the Avett Brothers and Beck, Paleface was one of the best shows we’ve ever had.”


International gypsy jazz sensations Gonzalo Bergara Quartet take on Tybee

18 Jan 2016

For the first time on a local stage, Savannah music lovers will get a chance to experience the unique sounds of the renowned gypsy jazz artists known as the Gonzalo Bergara Quartet.


Thursday Night Opry showcases Savannah singers and songwriters

18 Jan 2016

Comfortable pews, natural acoustics, minimal amplification and just the right amount of reverb: It’s been nearly two years since the concert series at historic Trinity United Methodist Church began, and it continues to provide a unique setting to unite local musicians with new audiences.


Savannah Civic Center adds Billy Currington concert to schedule

15 Jan 2016

Country music star Billy Currington is bringing his "Summer Forever Tour" to Savannah in April.


Robert Randolph & The Family Band will headline 2016 A-Town Get Down

14 Jan 2016

Robert Randolph & The Family Band has been named the headliner of the sixth annual A-Town Get Down on Feb. 27.


Joe Alterman Trio brings jazz to Armstrong Piano in the Arts series

12 Jan 2016

Travel to the past with pianist Joe Alterman and his trio as they perform American jazz standards and originals at Armstrong State University’s Fine Arts Auditorium on Jan. 21.


Lara Hope & The Ark-Tones join triple bill at The Jinx

12 Jan 2016

As the average temperature plunges into the mid-40s, coats, scarves, gloves and hats are making a rather rare appearance around our beloved swampland.


Ricardo Ochoa takes reins of programming for Tybee Post Theater

11 Jan 2016

Local musician Ricardo Ochoa has a new gig as music programming director at the Tybee Post Theater.


Tybee Post Theater toasts 'Father of Bluegrass' Bill Monroe

11 Jan 2016

If you know your bluegrass music, then you know Bill Monroe is deemed the “Father of Bluegrass.”