We have all heard about improvisational comedy and theater, but how about an improvised musical?
Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
The title is apropos, yet unintentionally so, the beats are thick, homemade bastions of hip-hop, and the lyrics are a mixture of metaphor, portentous jaunts, poignant ruminations and direct hits.
Birdperson’s high-energy, New Wave-influenced rock seems a great fit for the party atmosphere at El-Rocko, and that show kicks off a busy weekend that takes the band to Atlanta and Myrtle Beach.
The second weekend of 2017 includes a stacked bill on Jan. 14 at El-Rocko Lounge.
Get on up, because it’s time to boogie on down!
On New Year’s Day, I’ll be packing up my car and moving out of Savannah after nearly 15 years. For the past three of those, I’ve been truly fortunate to get to share my experiences in Savannah’s bar scene.
No strangers to the Hostess City, Asheville, N.C.-based Bask is returning to Savannah for the first time as headliners and with some fresh music in their proverbial quiver.
It’s a big weekend for lovers of heavy music.
Even if El-Rocko Lounge, on the corner of Whitaker and State streets, weren’t the closest bar to my office, it would still be one of my favorite spots to stop for happy hour.
Orlando’s A Brilliant Lie is visiting Savannah to wake up a sleepy Tuesday night with danceable rock and ’90s nostalgia.
Once upon a time, Savannah fell asleep for a few midsummer weeks, but as you can see throughout this issue of Do, the city is bustling with things to do this week and weekend.
To understand the depth of Not Blood Paint, it’s important to know for the upcoming show at El-Rocko, their costumes will match the décor. These guys are dedicated to the theatrical performance.
For some of us, the highlight of this week’s live music calendar is the return of The Weeks.
As you’re thinking about weekend plans, you might want to consider the 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra at El-Rocko Lounge on April 30.
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