After three years of relative silence, indie-rock five piece A Fragile Tomorrow will be releasing its first album in four years. The album, “Generation Loss” will debut this Friday and they’ll be playing the Queen Street Playhouse Saturday to promote it.
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When he's not on tour, which for the next three months will only be a few days between long stints on the road, Justin Osborne of Charleston b…
The Charleston Music Hall will host "Women & Zeppelin." We take a look at Led Zeppelin's influence on modern music and why tribute bands are as popular as ever.
Twenty three year-old indie rocker Lucy Dacus doesn't want to fall into the cycle of her industry. To steer clear of that, she'll be doing things a little different this year: periodically releasing a single to match up with beloved holidays like Mother's Day, Halloween and Bruce Springsteen's birthday even.
Neko Case's 18th-century Vermont farmhouse was burning down while she was recording her latest album "Hell-On" in Sweden with Bjorn Yttling of…
A new year means new music. Here are some concerts to see this month, including three tribute shows.
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."
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.
Schema will play at the Charleston Pour House for an anniversary show and Winter Solstice celebration at 9:30 p.m. Dec. 20.
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.