Dreskin spent years teaching at the University of South Carolina, the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts & Humanities, and the Greenville County Museum’s Art School. It’s the latter endeavor that the Hampton III Gallery is celebrating with their new exhibit, “Teacher/Student.” In the exhibit, works by four of Dreskin’s students, Jim Campbell, Carrie Burns Brown, Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers, and Alice Schlein, stand alongside her own paintings.
On Sept. 18, a bit of a kerfuffle broke out in a Facebook group called Greenville SC Natives Only. The group, which is over 17,000 members strong, was treated to a beautiful picture of a downtown sunset. The title of the post: “Sunset Over G’Vegas.”
Old Crow Medicine Show, the Virginia sextet that has been blending bluegrass, acoustic country, folk, and old-time music for almost 20 years, has always had a connection with Bob Dylan in one way or another.
When we last spoke with Greenville’s Dallas Toler-Wade, he had just left Nile, a popular Upstate death metal band that has charted albums all over the world.
When they step onstage at The Velo Fellow next Saturday, the members of comedy/improv troupe Idiom Savant will have not performed in 25 years.
“Santos was in remission for about a week when Habitat called, and I told my son that God had answered our prayers.”
Must see shows this week
Played back to back, the two most recent albums by the Baltimore quartet J. Roddy Walston & The Business don’t even sound like the same band made them.
“Dark, foreboding, menacingly mechanical”: Industrial music duo, Youth Code, is helping bring metallic chaos to Greenville’s Radio Room.
Must see shows this week.
“Hagiography” was a true labor of love for the band.
“The ‘Due North’ EP is a love note from the band of words we didn’t get to say,” King said in a press release. “These are songs that are a big part of our live repertoire that we would like to share with everyone.”
You can hear it in every grain, nook, and cranny of James Hunter’s voice: This guy is a soul singer.