“It’s been really good and challenging because typically in my own band it’s much more of an Americana, straightforward rock and roll sort of thing.” - Zach Seibert.
"If you're not tired by the time you leave our show, we haven't done our job." - Jay Burns
There’s a band on the Upstate scene right now that’s a bit of an anomaly. The Sally Rides, from Spartanburg, might just be the only all-female band around our area.…
"Incognito," the new album by the Upstate sextet The Shady Recruits, has a little bit of everything.
The band came together just before the COVID-19 pandemic as a sort of dream project for Donnie Blackwell.
Kylie Odetta is one busy Upstate musician.
You might not have heard of the Sigal Music Museum, but it’s a hidden gem of the Upstate landscape.
Ricky Skaggs loves playing in the Carolinas.
It’s hard to keep a small business of any kind afloat these days, let alone a music venue.
The local trio are creating a new kind of blues, making their own creative statement against an "epidemic of cover bands"
When the show’s over, Little Lesley Swift will say goodbye to both the Upstate and the music business in general.
If you’re a fan of jam-bands, "House Of Love" from Auragami will probably be one of your go-to local releases of the year.
We’ve put together a list of shows you might want to check out in the month of June.
“I think it’s been super cool to see how receptive the local music scene has been to it.” - Tennessee Richards
For the past year or so, Ryan Stearns and Johnny Keyz have put out the Upstate Music Mine podcast, a look at our local music scene and the talented people…