The second weekend of 2017 includes a stacked bill on Jan. 14 at El-Rocko Lounge.
The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble has in recent years established itself as one of the most important nonprofit arts organizations in Savannah.
The Lucas Theatre has sold out the first eight dates in its 2016 Summer Cabaret Series, and there’s a good bet the final two shows will also reach capacity.
So you love live music. When you can, you attend the Savannah Music Festival, Savannah Jazz Festival, Savannah Voice Festival and other big events.
What a year. We might have had an ugly year for local politics and for crime, but 2015 has been a banner year for Savannah’s music scene.
Those of us who write about the Savannah music scene often spotlight touring acts that are playing local clubs and festivals, so it may seem at times that we’re neglecting homegrown musicians.
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The Savannah music scene is wrapping up its busiest summer in years.
Valient Thorr has a reputation for amazing live shows, and Savannah music lovers can judge for themselves on Aug. 13, when the rock band takes over The Jinx.
The ongoing production of “The Last Five Years” at Muse Arts Warehouse has a wonderful simplicity.
We’ve had a busy summer on the Savannah music scene — maybe the best summer ever. The schedule is a little slower this weekend, but there are plenty of promising shows.
It’s sure good to see the return of Shakespeare productions to Savannah.
The power trio CUSSES features the charismatic lead singer Angel Bond, the driving guitar of Bryan Harder and the relentless drumwork of Brian Lackey.
It’s always a thrill when Little Tybee returns to Savannah for a show.
So we’re headed into another week of promising shows on the Savannah music scene.
Summer doesn’t officially begin for a few weeks, but the city feels empty by the time June arrives.
You don’t have to be a metal fan to be excited about Black Tusk’s appearance at The Jinx on May 23.
It’s hard to believe Ben Tucker passed away almost two years ago.
Last week’s performance by the Japanese drumming troupe Kodo electrified the sell-out audience at the Lucas Theatre.
Savannah’s Music March continues.
As many of you probably know by now, Savannah Stopover won’t be using the beer garden at Moon River Brewing Company as a venue this year.
American Aquarium returns to The Jinx on Feb. 21. I’ve written similar sentences many times over the years.
In recent columns, I’ve mentioned some of the all-ages shows and venues in the greater downtown area.
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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