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?
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.
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.
Little Tybee — one of the most talented bands in the Southeast, in my opinion — returns this week to the Savannah area for two shows kicking off a nationwide tour in support of their new self-titled album.
The Savannah music scene slows down a little in the summer, just like everything else, but there are some really promising shows already announced, so this seems like a good time to mark our calendars.