Two years since breakout sophomore record "& I'm Fine Today," Charleston band Susto is releasing brand new music from upcoming third album "Ever Since I Lost My Mind."
University of South Carolina alumnus and Nashville-based singer and guitar player Patrick Davis was feeling pretty blue when he woke up the morning after the college football national champion…
Charleston musician John Bias produced a rock record last year that made my No. 1 pick of local albums. "Pandemonium & the Ever-Expanding Inexplicable Sound" is psychedelic and groovy in m…
Gregory Alan Isakov has two lives: one in the solitude of nature on his three-and-a-half-acre farm in Boulder, Col. and one hectic and on-the-move playing for thousands across the country.
The 2019 Bonnaroo features four days of performances at the renowned music and arts festival in Tennessee.
Listen to the songwriters for artists like Kenny Chesney, Brett Young, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and more.
The couple will take the stage at the Charleston Music Hall for an 8 p.m. performance Sunday, Jan. 13.
There's a new band in Charleston that sounds straight out of the '90s and it's called Baby Yaga.
Beach Tiger, an indie electro-pop band hailing from Charleston, has only released singles — 5 of them to be exact. Yet, somehow, those songs have garnered over 2.5 million streams on Spotify.
Emily Curtis wasn't expecting to talk with one of South Carolina's most successful musicians on Christmas Day.
You might've caught them at your best friend's wedding. You probably saw them on Sunday Funday at the old downtown Wild Wings. You've likely danced to their music at a bar or festival without …
Graveface Records & Curiosities, the Savannah vinyl and oddity shop that opened a second location at the former Vinyl Countdown space on King Street in Charleston, was guaranteed occupatio…
What were the best local albums this year? Here's our top 10 Charleston records, with some runners-up and statewide picks too.
Tape Waves lives and records their music in Charleston, but their biggest fans are from Japan.
Lowcountry Voices will mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a free 5 p.m. concert on Saturday, Jan. 19, at St. Matthew Baptist Church, 2005 Reynolds Ave.
It features "a crew of entirely femme, trans and non-binary people of color, on- and off-screen."
A live version of the song was featured during the performance of "Next Life," a dedication to Mother Emanuel AME Church after the shooting in 2015.
Schema will play at the Charleston Pour House for an anniversary show and Winter Solstice celebration at 9:30 p.m. Dec. 20.
The Beach Boys will wish Charleston a 'Merry Christmas, Baby' with a holiday concert.
The alt-rock band formed in 1987 is popular for radio hits including "Hey Jealousy," "Found Out About You," "Follow You Down," "Allison Road" and "Til I Hear It From You."
Charleston band Jump, Little Children will be accompanied by an orchestra for a special performance this month.
There's some big news from local band Susto.
Bill Wilson is tireless, fellow musicians said. He performs late into the night, then continues to have fun after the gig. He pops in at places such as Harold’s Cabin to improvise a set. He outlasts many a musician half his age.
"My favorite way to see a show and my favorite way to play is in a songwriter-in-the-round," said Wyatt Durrette, a songwriter and co-owner of Papi's Taqueria on Isle of Palms. "It's the intimacy of the shows. Bigger cities do pop-up shows like this in peoples' apartments, and I wanted to do something like that here."
Charleston fans, don't get your hopes up.
Recently awarded New Artist of the Year at the 52nd annual CMA Awards, Combs will embark on his largest North American headline tour in 2019, with a stop at the Volvo Car Stadium.
The Independent Tone Awards will include a red carpet ceremony and dance show pre-party.
It is one of only 12 U.S. shows confirmed for the tour.
The band will be on tour during the typical annual event.
Why does it seem like only music from the '40s and '50s is in rotation? Why do stations start playing Christmas tunes the first week of November?
Hootie & the Blowfish will reunite for a new album and a tour across the U.S. next year.
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra kicks off a series of holiday concerts at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, with a program featuring Charleston Symphony brass players joined by Doc Severinsen, form…
The country icon known for radio hits like "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems," "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy," "Better Boat" and "All the Pretty Girls" is coming to Daniel Island for a concert …
Classic rock band KISS, known for the members' iconic white and black face makeup, wild wardrobe and lead singer's flexible tongue, will play at the North Charleston Coliseum as part of the ba…
The time of year is here for some holiday cheer, and local bands are getting into the spirit.
"There’s something there for everyone from 8 to 80."
The show is scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.
Here are some of the best concerts in town between now and December.
The lineup for the 2019 High Water Festival in North Charleston is here.
After country music superstar Alan Jackson postponed a show set to take place in North Charleston in September, the artist has rescheduled the event for nearly one year later.
A new outdoor music, arts, outdoor recreation and event venue Charleston Woodlands is hosting its first event this weekend.
Desmond started writing songs with Campbell over three years ago, just after the couple began dating and joined Susto. But many of those have never seen the light of day.
Charleston band Argot is releasing a new single, "Lucky Son," with Charleston Scene. In honor of the release, singer/songwriter and guitarist John Brooker chats a little more about what went i…
Ticket scalping is a resounding problem that pre-dates the internet age and it affects venues and patrons right here in Charleston.
A promising event venue called Yonder Field, situated in Bowman between Charleston and Columbia, held a couple of large-scale events in the fall of 2017, including the South Carolina State of …
Terraphonics, a Charleston music project that blends R&B, electronic, world and jazz elements, is switching gears with the release of a brand new song featuring vocalist Shaniqua McCants.
Charleston Jazz celebrates its 10th anniversary with a gala and concert featuring the Charleston Jazz Orchestra at Memminger Auditorium, 56 Beaufain St.
The event falls on Election Day as a way to encourage people to go out to the polls. It's just $5 to get in with an "I Voted" sticker.
The modern influencers of New Orleans funk, soul, jazz and R&B are coming together for a concert tour that has a stop at the Charleston Music Hall.
Live music at Red's Ice House will benefit local nonprofit organization Rockers 4 Knockers.
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