Mothers at Wild Wing Cafe was one of the must-see shows at this year’s Savannah Stopover Music Festival. Stopover’s parent company, MusicFile Productions, is bringing the group back for a second Savannah hit Nov. 12 at The Jinx.
Savannah native Clay Hodges mixes a batch of sweet and sour lyrics backed by a hip-hop/R&B twist, gathering inspiration from several sources to deliver a unique sound only his native city could properly influence.
Savannah’s garage-pop quartet COEDS holds a unique title in my memory. From what I can recall of this life, they are the only band I have witnessed evolve as a group from their first show to their first album.
For close to three years, COEDS have been digging out a solid lineup of garage rock tunes, playing relentlessly, tightening the group dynamic and honing in on a unique sound drawn from a plethora of influences.
Some familiar faces in Americana music are returning to Savannah this weekend. Atlanta’s Cold Heart Canyon performs July 15 at The Jinx with San Francisco’s The Pine Box Boys and Savannah’s own Waits & Co.