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Black Joe Lewis Talks New Album – Fusion of Blues, Rock, and Soul

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The Charleston Pour House has been on a tear these last couple months with incredible bands rolling through and that trend continues when the Austin, TX, sextet, Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears bring their funk/rock/soul dance party to town. I had the chance to chat with Joe about his incredible new album, the trials…

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Interview: Moon Taxi Talks About Their Long Grind to Success and Their Many Charleston, SC, Shows

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This weekend is one of the better music weekends in Charleston I can remember the three years I’ve lived here. Moon Taxi, an indie rock band from Nashville, who has been pumping out quality hits album after album, is visiting the intimate Charleston Resort Harbor this Saturday night. That’s right…a band that played the big…

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Interview: Steep Canyon Rangers Talk New Album, Festivals, and Upcoming Charleston Music Hall Gig

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I feel like there is a silent majority of music fans, myself included, that genuinely enjoys live, bluegrass music but for whatever reason never streams it when it comes to daily life. I didn’t know a lot about the Grammy winning, Steep Canyon Rangers, but that changed quickly with some research and chatting with lead…

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SUSTO Returns Home for 21-song Show; Introduce New Song ‘Rock On’

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While SUSTO continues to introduce themselves to new fans nationwide (and internationally with a solo handful of gigs supporting Band of Horses), they have been household names in Charleston, SC, for a few years. Their last show in town was in February 2017 at the Music Farm, though as a regular follower of them locally…

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The Artisanals Discuss Debut Album and the Long, Hard Process for Perfection

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(Feature image borrowed with love from @waxminister) One of the joys of being a music fan is the many great people one meets at shows. It happens often where the conversation steers towards the best concerts we’ve ever seen, which almost always leads to the instances where we saw a now very famous band in…

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Interview: Twiddle Frontman Mihali Savoulidis on PLUMP Chapter Two, Tumble Down, and Converting Naysayers

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The jamband scene can be crowded- just do a quick search to see how the genre has grown in recent years. Many talented acts are working overtime to attract fans. The successful ones key in on the live experience in an effort to build their base, playing as many dates as they can handle. It takes…

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Interview: Moon Taxi Talks About Self Producing their New Album, Tentative Dates, and Coachella

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Moon Taxi at Hangout Fest

April 6th and 7th were two dates I’ve had triple circled on my calendar for many months. On that first day, Moon Taxi was opening for the Flaming Lips playing an all Rage Against the Machine covers set at Augusta (Masters Thursday). The following night they were playing a small club gig in my hometown of Charleston,…

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Video: Listen to Moon Taxi’s “Two High” off their new album

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In what seemed liked a setlist of never ending hits at the sold out Music Farm this past Friday in Charleston, SC, Moon Taxi found room to mix in one of their new songs, “Two High,” off their upcoming record. The (TBD named) album, which is not yet finished, is tentatively scheduled for a late summer release though bassist…

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Interview: Dangermuffin Talks New Album ‘Heritage,’ Going Quartet, and Influences

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Dangermuffin will be baking a fresh batch of tunes this Saturday night (3/25/17) at the Charleston Pourhouse celebrating the release of their sixth album, Heritage. This is the very same venue they released their first album, Beermuda, back in 2007. I had the chance to catch up with lead singer and acoustic guitarist, Dan Lotti, about…

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A Night with Shakey Graves at Charleston Music Hall

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I had an easy decision to make. I could ride with all my friends the two-hour drive to the beach for New Years on December 30th, or I could stay behind, go to the Shakey Graves concert solo, and then drive myself to the beach the next day. I made the right call. Like a…

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