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A.U.R.A. hits downtown Savannah with largest fest yet

13 Feb 2017

The All Underground Rock All Day (A.U.R.A.) Fest returns Feb. 18 with one of its most ambitious lineups to date.


A.U.R.A. Fest returning to Savannah in 2017

06 Dec 2016

A.U.R.A. Fest (All Underground Rock All day) will return to Savannah’s Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum at 1 p.m. Feb. 18. This all-day concert features 15 artists on two stages, food trucks and fun activities.


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.


‘America’s Got Talent’ rock cellists to play free show in Savannah

12 Aug 2015

Rock cellists and “America’s Got Talent” finalists Emil and Dariel Liakhovetski are set to play a free live performance with popular YouTube drummer Casey Cooper.


The Dickies bring edgy punk to Wormhole’s stage

05 Aug 2015

The Wormhole has been on a hot streak this year. In the past few months, the bar has hosted such high-level acts as Kylesa, Dick Dale and even comedian David Spade this past weekend. 


Niche celebrates new album, their first with Retro Futurist Records

21 Jul 2015

Savannah has an overflow of punk rock, a touch of electronica/noise, a slight layer of hardcore, a good bit of hip-hop and an overwhelming number of cover bands. 


Blackfoot Gypsies return to play Congress Street Social Club

13 Jul 2015

Blackfoot Gypsies will bring the country, blues and rock mix they’re known for to Congress Street Social Club on July 17. 


Earth, Wind & Fire will bring boogie wonderland to Savannah

01 Jun 2015

On June 6, 1970, bassist Verdine White left Chicago for Los Angeles to join his brother Maurice’s new band. 


Rock ‘N’ Roll Prom returns to The Jinx with more music and debauchery

07 Apr 2015

The Rock ’N’ Roll Prom is back! This year’s edition, aptly titled “Pretty In Punk,” will be a celebration of the 1980s, with a nod to the ’50s and ’60s.


Savannah's Wet Socks turns up the volume

25 Feb 2015

Regardless of what listening medium you use, when you put Wet Socks’ debut LP “Drips” on, it’s really hard to refrain from turning the volume up.


Nonpoint brings stripped-down acoustic show to Savannah's Wild Wing Cafe

28 Jan 2015

Per the request of fans in the Lowcountry, world-renowned metal act Nonpoint is bringing an acoustic show to Savannah on Jan. 29.


Graveface hosts four punk rock bands at 'Christmastime Extravaganza'

22 Dec 2014

If you requested more punk rock music for Christmas in your letter to Santa, then that bearded imitation of Odin has answered your supplication.


Empire of Sound: What is Doom Salad?

27 Oct 2014

The first time you behold a Jackson Pollock painting and begin tracing the lines and forming shapes out of what seems like madness, it might be confusing or exhilarating or even frustrating.


Country rocker Brantley Gilbert celebrates his latest studio with Savannah tour stop

27 Oct 2014

Fans who attend country rocker Brantley Gilbert’s show Oct. 31 at the Savannah Civic Center won’t be disappointed.


John Mellencamp tour coming to Savannah in 2015

10 Sep 2014

John Mellencamp is coming to the Johnny Mercer Theatre on Friday, June 19, 2015, as part of a national tour that kicks off in January.


Primate, Mouth of the Architect bring years of metal experience to The Jinx

20 Aug 2014

If you’re even the slightest bit a fan of heavy metal or punk music, The Jinx has a show this week that should get you all tingly in the pants.


Female-fronted bands COEDS, B!tchmouth rock The Jinx

06 Aug 2014

Women rock. The amount of female front women in rock bands seems to be growing. Not that it’s anything new.


Concert offers positive message

23 Jul 2014

Bud Griner has seen it again and again with his son and other young musicians: They drive miles to play a show in a dismal setting and are paid nothing or very little by promoters.


Arc & Stones headlines Wormhole’s Freaky Free Friday

09 Jun 2014

If it’s true that a band is only as good as its live show, then four-piece rock group Arc & Stones is doing just fine.


Review: ‘Strangers’ not your ordinary rock doc

02 Apr 2014

The new rock documentary “Mistaken for Strangers” is alternately hilarious, cringe-inducing, inspiring, depressing, stupid and profoundly intelligent.