Katie Rose Franyo is working her way up in the local music scene with her soulful voice and skillful piano playing. Prepare to be blown away by this teenager's vocals, let me just tell you.
Singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar player Avi Jacob is the star of the most recent B-Side Sessions, a Charleston Scene video series that highlights live sessions at local studios and various locations with Charleston musicians.
B-Side Sessions returns with a live session of Charleston Lo-Fi project Mechanical River, who just released a full-length disc, "Posterity."
Because of the long holiday, we're bringing a guest videographer to our B-Side Sessions column this week!
Michael Flynn's May session with Taylor Hickman of B-Side Sessions has inspired an entire stripped-down album that the Charleston-based musician is working on currently.
Charleston pop-rock band SondorBlue has been gaining attention locally as well as from a variety of national media outlets.
Seeming to appear as an overnight Charleston sensation, pop project 2 Slices is hitting the ground running with a new album and new videos to go along with it.
Originally formed as a solo venture of Blake Ratliffe in 2010, four-piece Charleston pop rock band Youngster has evolved into a full-fledged soundscape highlighted by melodic guitar, commanding vocals and vibrant percussion.
For Charleston Scene's second ever collaboration with local videographer Taylor Hickman of B-Side Sessions, Hunter Park of She Returns From War performs "Fruit of the Night."
Charleston Scene has a new music podcast and now a collaboration with local music videographer Taylor Hickman of B-Side Sessions.
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