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Unplugged: Time to mark your calendars for big spring shows

19 Apr 2017

It’s time to get out your music calendars. Spring is a busy season in Savannah, and there are shows coming up in the next few weeks that some of you do not want to miss.

 

Unplugged: Magical, unscripted moments at Savannah Music Festival

04 Apr 2017

The second week of the Savannah Music Festival offered some extraordinary moments.

 

Unplugged: The Jinx lineup for St. Patrick’s features excellent local, touring acts

14 Mar 2017

A relatively new Savannah transplant recently told me that she and her children had never experienced St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah.

 

Unplugged: Discover the new at Savannah Stopover

01 Mar 2017

More than 80 bands in three days? How does a live music lover even know where to begin?

 

Unplugged: Busy weekend for Savannah scene with Velvet Caravan, Dope KNife, more

14 Feb 2017

Those of us who follow the Savannah music scene closely have been wondering what would happen with the departure of key young musicians. Would the scene continue to thrive in 2017 as it has in recent years?

 

Unplugged: Oscar Wilde returns to Hostess City for Savannah Rep debut

07 Feb 2017

A new theater company has come to Savannah, and the first offering is one of the great plays of the Victorian era.

 

Unplugged: Big shows this weekend at Wormhole, Jinx

03 Jan 2017

It looks like we’ll have plenty of thrilling shows in 2017, and we’re off to a good start with this weekend’s offerings.

 

Unplugged: Looking ahead to the Savannah music scene in 2017

27 Dec 2016

In last week’s column, I looked back at some personal highlights from the Savannah music scene in 2016, so today let’s look ahead to 2017.

 

Unplugged: 2016 dotted with outstanding, memorable performances

20 Dec 2016

One of my favorite musical performances of 2016 was way back in early January.

 

Unplugged: Collective Face’s strong production of ‘Pygmalion’ continues at Muse

07 Dec 2016

“What have you left me fit for?” Eliza Doolittle asks Henry Higgins at a pivotal moment in George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion.” “Where am I to go? What am I to do? What’s to become of me?”

 

Unplugged: Shows at Barrelhouse, El-Rocko among Savannah’s club highlights

30 Nov 2016

If you’ve been wishing that 2016 would just end already, you might want to take a deep breath, slow down and make plans to enjoy some of the excellent live music coming up in December.

 

Unplugged: Homegrown Holiday Hoedown, other exciting shows coming up in December

22 Nov 2016

The sixth annual Homegrown Holiday Hoedown will take place on the evening of Dec. 16 in the grand ballroom on the second floor of American Legion Post 135, 1108 Bull St.

 

Unplugged: Amythyst Kiah & Her Chest of Glass back for Stopover in the Yard

09 Nov 2016

Amythyst Kiah is based in Johnson City, Tenn., which isn’t all that far away, and the singer-songwriter has played a number of Savannah shows, but I get the sense that she’s still not on the radar of many local music lovers.

 

Unplugged: Reflections on Savannah’s thriving theater scene

02 Nov 2016

So we survived the extended Halloween weekend with its cover bands, costume contests and general mania.

 

Unplugged: The Collective Face kicks off new season with ‘Savannah Sipping Society’

14 Sep 2016

The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble has in recent years established itself as one of the most important nonprofit arts organizations in Savannah.

 

Unplugged: Time to mark your fall live music calendar

08 Sep 2016
Savannah’s cultural calendar fills up quickly in the fall, so now is the time for live music lovers to mark their calendars for the remainder of 2016.
 

Unplugged: VOICE Fest offers reprise of ‘Alice Ryley’ opera

24 Aug 2016

The final week of the 2016 Savannah VOICE Festival featured an array of high-quality events, including the staging of Michael Ching’s short opera “Alice Ryley” in a ballroom at The Westin Savannah Harbor.

 

Unplugged: Lucas Cabaret Series has two remaining dates, so don't dawdle

18 Aug 2016

The Lucas Theatre has sold out the first eight dates in its 2016 Summer Cabaret Series, and there’s a good bet the final two shows will also reach capacity.

 

Unplugged: Punk, indie rock shows among week's best bets in Savannah

03 Aug 2016

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.

 

Unplugged: Rock, hip hop, country, lots more coming up this weekend

20 Jul 2016

If you’re headed to Service Brewing on Indian Street for the big second anniversary party featuring The Whigs, you should do yourself a favor and get there in time for SUSTO.

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