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  • August 2011

    Sol Driven Train burns up the tracks with “sonic schizophrenia”

  • July 2011

    The genre-blending Elvis Costello brings his still-rolling rock show to the Performing Arts Center

  • June 2011

    Elise Testone bridges genres with a husky voice, delighting everyone from local fans to Snoop Dogg and Kevin Costner

  • May 2011

    Jazz pianist Jordan Gravel self-soothes on Inner Preservation

  • April 2011
  • April 2011

    This month marks two decades of growth for one of the city’s favorite music venues

  • March 2011

    With a soulful voice, American Idol alum Quiana Parler lights up her hometown stage

  • March 2011

    Woodworker Adam Crowell blends art and music with his own riff on the traditional tongue drum

  • February 2011

    Is a Grammy waiting in the wings for College of Charleston guitar professor Marc Regnier?

  • December 2010

    The dynamic talents of jazz singer Ann Caldwell

  • November 2010

    You don’t have to wait ’til February’s big bash to get a taste of the blues. The Lowcountry boasts a revolving cast of local talent ready to bear their soulful tunes

  • November 2010

    It’s all contenders with no pretenders in this Lowcountry roundup of guitar-slinging desperadoes vying for the spotlight

  • November 2010

    Jimmy Buffett’s locally based philanthropic gig funds grassroots efforts across the world

  • November 2010

    Check out these talented poet-musicians who’ve found success with their signature sounds in the Lowcountry and beyond

  • November 2010

    With the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in reorganizational limbo, we recommend, for your classical music fix, a busy chamber group, world-class pianists, students to watch, a couple of community orchestras, and a new series aimed at visitors but great for local ears

  • November 2010

    Playing upon natural rhythm and a lifelong passion for music, Charleston Jazz Orchestra artistic director Charlton Singleton has upped the tempo of both modern and traditional jazz in the Lowcountry

  • November 2010

    Charleston has a constantly shifting musical landscape with plenty of artists who are unafraid to stretch their creative horizons

  • November 2010

    The Lowcountry, with its devil-may-care spirit of island life, has evolved into a hotbed of jam-band activity, where improvisation and the extended solo rule. For evidence, look no further than the psychedelic stylings of the following local bands who carry the genre-bending torch in between sold-out visits from Widespread Panic, Phish, and Dave Matthews Band—all in the same calendar year. Jerry Garcia would be proud (and, who knows, may be hiding out on Folly Beach).

  • November 2010

    We may live in the flatlands, but Charleston still knows how to throw an Appalachian-style pickin’ party. Incorporating folk, bluegrass, and country, ours is an earthy soundtrack, created by local artists forging new paths and faithful purists keeping traditions alive

  • November 2010

    From big band and Latin to bop and contemporary, the local jazz scene blows hot and cool with shimmering sound and fury

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