Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
Savannah’s Erica Cobb Jarman is aiming to change the statistics of women creating music with her own locally based label, House of Strut Records.
Savannah-born hard-rock trio CUSSES needed some time and distance. In November 2015, they played a sort of farewell show, with the caveat that it was not the end of the band.
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.
Generation Pill will be releasing their second full-length record, “Edict of Rats,” on July 20 at Sulfur Studios at 2301 Bull St.
On a Wednesday night in February, Twisty Cats invited me into the music video for their second single, “Starlet.”
We're getting together with local bands to offer a taste of what the Hostess City has in store for the 2016 Savannah Stopover!
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.
Local musician Jeff Zagers is ending a spring tour promoting his new LP at The Wormhole this weekend with an unofficial/official album release party.
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