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Unplugged: Bastille Day celebrations, special jazz show up this weekend

13 Jul 2017

Things may slow down around town in midsummer, but this weekend brings some eclectic offerings to the downtown scene. Elsewhere in this edition of Do, you can read about the zombie bar crawl benefit, Supersuckers’ appearance at The Jinx and a variety of other events.


The legendary Supersuckers play the Jinx

12 Jul 2017

Closing in on three decades of rock ’n’ roll, the Supersuckers have made their mark on music history, mostly by being unpredictable, honest and hardworking.


Nutter and Nostradogmus bring latest tour to The Sentient Bean

12 Jul 2016

It’s two bands for the price of one July 16 at The Sentient Bean as Nutter and Nostradogmus take the stage in Savannah.


And the Kids turn to each other to make beautiful music

09 Mar 2016

And the Kids, an indie band from Northhampton, Mass., is kind of difficult to describe — and that might be one of their biggest strengths.


Lucette: Classic country from a young songwriter

09 Mar 2016

From the first note you hear Lucette sing, you know you’re in for a history lesson. She channels the heyday of country music with every phrase, every word, every syllable. It’s real country music — no artificial twang and not one mention of a pickup truck.


Brother/sister duo, The Fontaines, brings ‘new-wop’ sound to Stopover

09 Mar 2016

The Fontaines are a brother-and-sister duo from Los Angeles who will be bringing their doo-wop sound to Savannah Stopover. Charlotte Fontaine explains the band’s new-wave-meets-doo-wop journey.


New York City-based The Britanys makes Stopover a true road trip on way to SXSW

02 Mar 2016

“The Britanys sound like they’ve absorbed the work of their yesteryear heroes and flipped all inspiration upside down. Every aspect of The Britanys’ delivery sits outside the norm, even though the thrashing chords and New York vibe recall early The Strokes.” (DIY Magazine)


Louisville's Quiet Hollers accepts any title but generic

02 Mar 2016

Quiet Hollers started out “semi-accidentally” in 2010, according to frontman Shadwick Wilde, but now the indie rock band has alrea


Wolkoff: From Toronto to Brooklyn, a ‘pop panoply’ of sound

02 Mar 2016

Whenever a person describes their style of music as “a herd of albino ponies galloping across an arctic motherboard before gliding into a misty chasm of velvety dance beats,” anyone is going to be interested almost immediately. 


Wray puts Birmingham on music lovers’ maps across the country

02 Mar 2016

WRAY, a three-man band from Birmingham, Ala., has consistently toured the states since their 2013 debut, leaving a trail of glowing reviews from several well-known publications in their wake.


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

28 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.


Emergent Savannah to host open discussion on city noise ordinance

06 Jul 2015

When talking about Savannah’s live music scene and the noise ordinance here in the city, the pendulum continues to swing between the needs of bar owners and city residents. 


Take a musical journey with Trae Gurley at Lucas cabaret

30 Jul 2014

Beloved local musician Trae Gurley is known by some as the Frank Sinatra of Savannah, but his cabaret shows at the Lucas Theatre reveal he’s got even more up his dapper sleeve.


Whetherman brings solo show to The Bean

12 May 2014

Nicholas Williams is a busy musician these days. Lately, he’s been crisscrossing the country touring solo as simply Whetherman, and he’ll bring his solo show to Savannah on May 15 at The Sentient Bean.


Meklit coming to Dollhouse in Savannah

12 Dec 2013
San Francisco-based singer/composer/cultural activist Meklit is set to perform at Dollhouse, 980 Industry Drive, on Jan. 21.

Savannah show proves there’s no slowing down country legend Loretta Lynn

07 Oct 2013

On stage, Loretta Lynn possesses the charm and energy of a woman much younger than her 81 years. She displayed her still-strong vocals to a packed Johnny Mercer Theatre.


Skidaway park hosts new Brews & Bites food series

04 Oct 2013

When Savannah’s newest local food and drink series was announced, it may have been a bit surprising to see that Skidaway Island State Park was behind the idea.


Revival Fest shows off Southern roots this Saturday

11 Sep 2013

MusicFile Productions, the parent company of the Savannah Stopover Music Festival, has created Revival Fest