Way back in the 1950s, a flamboyant, gay African American piano-pounding daredevil came screaming out of the South.
Joey Withinarts comes from an artistic family, and he learned by watching.
“Having the freedom to go where I want to creatively is so relaxing to me." - Allison Ford
Marcus King is serving both as a producer and guitarist on the album.
The Rev. Gary Davis is a revered legend of blues, folk and gospel music, a man from right here in the Upstate who shaped generations of guitarists and singers.
Either as an MC or a spoken-word performer, Moody Black is mesmerizing; he can thunder through a verse with swagger and then retreat into himself,
Singer/songwriter Lee Hewitt’s new EP, “The River & the Blue Ridge,” is soaked in the Southeast.
Once upon a time, Daniel was known as a country singer named Seth Cook.
It’s hard not to pump your fist when singer Caitlin Adair’s powerful voice soars over Andrew Woollens and Dave Jordan’s churning riffs on the epic “Castling.”
“What I have is called Chiari malformation,” Dave Waters says. “Basically, the back of my brain tried to escape out of my skull.”
Allie Colleen’s show at Genevieve’s is her first performance of the year
“We started cooking this thing up in 2019,” says GJC guitarist and board of directors member Matt Dingledine, “and got serious about it with the events of 2020."
So what is in store in 2021 for live, local music? The truth is that I really don’t know, so I asked some folks who might.
“I asked for the manager and said, ‘Sir, I’d like to be your Santa,’” Frank Hayes says, chuckling at the memory.
Ever since COVID-19 made live shows difficult, if not impossible, to play, Angela Easterling has been one of the many musicians who has turned to livestreamed shows.