Logan Venderlic brings his latest tunes to The Pour House
Shovels & Rope’s sophomore album heads for folk glory
Michael Flynn explores new territory with the just-released Face in the Cloud
Amber Joyner releases a soulful EP
Dead 27s’ debut EP captures the soul of Southern rock
Power-pop group A Fragile Tomorrow shows its strength at a February concert
Johnny Delaware finds his indie-folk-rock rhythm in Charleston
Power-folk singer Rachel Kate Gillon debuts her first album
Singer-songwriter Steven Fiore proves his musical chops in his debut full-length album
Elim Bolt serves up “nostalgic pop” with debut EP Nude South
At The Mezz, the focus is on the music
Charleston’s rich with musicians—so filthy rich that choosing just eight favorite songs by Lowcountry-based artists was...
Ben Bridwell—front man of Grammy-nominated rock group Band of Horses—on anticipating the release of a fourth album,...
Shovels & Rope plays its way into the national spotlight
The Royal Tinfoil treats listeners to a wild melding of Americana, gypsy, punk, and blues
Joel T. Hamilton forges a singular path to success
Garage Cuban Band keeps crowds grooving
Girls get amped at the Lowcountry’s second annual rock camp
“Orchestra Uncaged” pairs works by two of the past century’s most radical composers
Ryan Bonner's American rock goes a bit British
Michael Grofsorean has spent three decades curating Spoleto's boundary-breaking jazz series.
Yates Dew goes with his gut on his latest album
Run Dan Run explores new musical territory
Edward Hart captures the Palmetto State in a violin concerto
Charleston’s James Justin & Co. moves up the international Americana music chart
Local musician, promoter, writer, and scholar Jack McCray illuminates the Charleston music scene
Word play sets the stage for start-up indie rock band Old You to reach for stardom
Watch out Nashville, Charleston’s reputation as a music-making town is on the rise. Alongside the ever-growing scene of...