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  • November 2010

    The 3 Dudes hit the Charleston music scene on a high note

  • November 2010

    Though the Lowcountry may be a few latitudes north of the Caribbean, the sprightly ping of steel drums and other island sounds specific to reggae music can be heard year round in our locale. Three bands at the vanguard of the “irie” movement keep the flavor fresh and vibrant.

  • November 2010

    Lowcountry bands and artists you should be listening to

  • October 2010

    Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk dishes out an energetic Louisiana groove

  • September 2010

    The Tips bring a high-energy mix to the local music scene

  • August 2010

    The tide is rising on Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears

  • August 2010
  • July 2010

    Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros take on the Holy City

  • June 2010
  • June 2010

    Once an endangered species, The Fire Apes are now thriving

  • June 2010
  • May 2010

    A contemporary African American traditional roots band

  • April 2010

    With a rock ’n’ roll country swagger, Mac Leaphart croons about sins, saviors, and small towns

  • March 2010

    A local rock group stretches for Billboard heights.

  • February 2010

    Radio-ready Leslie is a refreshingly vintage modern trio

  • February 2010

    Two festivals share the spotlight on the local music stage

  • January 2010

    The protocol and improvisation of being Charleston

  • January 2010

    The beat on a local jazz drummer

  • December 2009

    Skye Paige turns up the heat on burlesque and blues

  • November 2009

    Southern rock jam band Widespread Panic rolls into town

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