The management company overseeing the Charleston Music Hall has taken over the Music Farm as well.
The Boogieman will be haunting Charleston in the form of a 17-act, two-stage all-day concert in The Royal American parking lot on Halloween.
A music distribution company founded by a former Charleston musician who has since moved to Los Angeles has released a compilation album of exclusively local artists.
A Charleston band that was popular in the late-'90s and early 2000s before reuniting in 2015 after a decade-long hiatus has announced the long-time brothers of the project are officially calling it quits.
Two bands that spawned rival fan groups in the '60s are coming together for some satisfaction in the form of a British invasion classic rock cover showdown.
Three hip-hop icons are teaming up for a concert that's coming to South Carolina in November.
The downtown Charleston nook, which charges a $5 or $10 cover most nights that goes directly into the performers' pockets, became a haven to unemployed musicians in the middle of COVID-19.
This year, Skinful Halloween is back again, but this time it will take place outside of Holy City grounds. Camping is still in the cards, though.
Among recent Charleston-area concert announcements are a popular '70s bluesy singer-songwriter and a mid-2000s pop hitmaker.
Despite the recent death of one of ZZ Top's members, the show will still go on at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.
The all-day, kid-friendly festival that had its first year in 2019 benefits nine local animal-rescue groups.
Cancellations and postponements roll in as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The Charleston Gaillard Center is now the second concert venue in the Lowcountry to require proof of a COVID-19 vaccine or negative test within 72 hours of an event to attend.
JohnKing Grill's upstairs Dueling Piano Bar brings in a singalong crowd.
The Charleston area's inaugural High Tide Music & Arts Festival, originally slated for Sept. 25 at Riverfront Park, has been postponed until next year due to the current COVID-19 resurgence.
Charleston Music Hall is the latest South Carolina music venue to institute an entry policy that requires printed proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of attending a concert or full COVID-19 vaccination.
"How Sweet It Is" that James Taylor is coming to the Lowcountry for a show.
Two popular outdoor concert series in the Charleston area have extended their schedules into late summer and early fall.
The latest concert announcement for the Charleston area is Yola.
The Volvo Car Stadium, which has recently changed titles to the Credit One Stadium due to a new sponsorship, is under renovation, but that isn't stopping the music venue and tennis facility.
Owner Cory Schwartz said goodbye to his grilled cheese restaurant dreams in 2018, but his hopes for supporting local music live on, just a few feet away from the old food truck — in his garage.
Lead vocalist and keyboardist Lawrence Gowan, who replaced original band member Dennis DeYoung in 1999, said he learned a lot about himself and challenged himself during the pandemic.
The "Lil Bit of Music Series" will fuse genres for full-band performances that star Nelly along with supporting rising country music acts.
Former Elvis Presley guitar player and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee James Burton, along with other judges, has selected a Charleston band as one of the 16 finalists in a global rockabilly singing competition.
Scene SC, a music blog founded in 2008 by Columbia's David Stringer, celebrates 13 years with another compilation of unreleased indie music from across the state.
A rural church in Cainhoy will be featured on a a new TV show called "If These Walls Could Rock" this July.
The announcement comes following two 2017 cancellations of much-anticipated ZZ Top Lowcountry shows.
A new local music festival has been announced for this fall at North Charleston's Riverfront Park.
A popular summer concert series at the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina is back for the month of July.
Now that tours are back, some big-name artists are slated to play the Lowcountry later this year.
In Charleston, some large-scale inaugural Juneteenth events are taking place in 2021.
Like a whirlwind, the Spoleto Festival has tornadoed into town with a series of arts-focused showcases and will be twisting and twirling on out this weekend.
Charleston country star and lead singer of Hootie & the Blowfish Darius Rucker will be featured on an episode of a new Circle Network series hosted by NASCAR commentator and multi-time Cup Series winner Kyle Petty.
The Charleston Gaillard Center will bring back its pandemic-era livestream concert series in August, but with a post-vaccine twist.
Taylor Hicks will play the outdoor concert at Firefly Distillery on June 12.
At noon on Memorial Day, country singer Haley Mae Campbell recorded a live session in the North Charleston distillery's brand new studio.
Trident United Way's Sing United competition wrapped up in late May when a James Island band walked away with the win and more than $11,000 in prizes.
A simple platform stage beside an old oak tree would be showcasing 11 creatives and their original work.
Darius Rucker is playing a concert slated at The Windjammer on Isle of Palms for an audience of health care workers.
Three live music showcases this weekend's kickoff of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival.
Whether you're looking to indulge in a late-morning sipper or happy hour aperitif, here are drinks to match each chamber music showcase.
Blake Shelton, the country star of NBC singing competition "The Voice," will be returning to the road with a late summer tour that includes a stop in North Charleston.
Caleb Kennedy, a 16-year-old "American Idol" contestant from Roebuck, has exited the singing competition after a video that appears to show Kennedy and a friend wearing what has been likened to a Ku Klux Klan hood surfaced on the internet.
A luxury resort in Bluffton where pop star Justin Bieber and model Hailey Baldwin had their wedding ceremony in 2019 is hosting a music festival in September that will star the Gin Blossoms.
Good, Good, Good "Good Vibrations" are in store.
This will be Royal's first foray whatsoever into live music, other than a livestream fundraiser event, since last March.
It has been just over 100 years since the first Black American woman debuted as a recording artist.
A writer behind NBC's "Last Comic Standing" is producing a reality show that will debut on Amazon Prime in May and feature a Lowcountry musician.
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