The songs are stretched out long enough so that you can kind of get into a Zen mode because it gives you so much time. We're just comfortable being in this laid-back groove; we're chillin’.”
“It’s kind of dangerous to even say that you’re country, because there’s so much bad country out there,” she says.
Vincent Harris writes in this week's Upstate Beat about the second year of the Upstate Music Awards.
2020 edition of Open Studios, which will feature work by 133 artists, begins on Wednesday, Nov. 7, and will run until Monday, Nov. 30
"I’m pretty thorough, and I care about when I put my name on something.” - Jeremy Theall
Sarah Black and Braxton Ballew, the musicians behind Valentine Wolfe, have spent the last 14 years crafting their sound, an eerie, pitch-black hybrid of gothic rock, heavy metal and classical music.
“One of the goals for my chapter is to eventually start hosting our own events,” - Lindsay Brazell.
"We wanted to do something different, we wanted to make a great record, and we were pretty conscious of not wanting to limit ourselves.”
“Off My Mind,” the new EP by Upstate musician Rögg Collins, is a bit of a throwback. It’s five songs of upbeat electronic dance music, tunes that you can imagine…
“I love comedy,” Kenneth Hughes says. “I love to make people laugh, I love to laugh, and I needed an outlet.”
The show, part of a series of concerts called “The Poets of Nashville,” marks a return to live music at one of the Upstate’s most beloved venues.
Mary Norris was stuck.
"Music gives me a reason to take care of my physical and emotional well-being, because that’s the place where my music is going to come from." - Britt Barker
The City of Greenville’s virtual concert series, Sound Check, created to replace the annual Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive and Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union Main Street Fridays shows, just…
There are all sorts of stories about how people discovered the kind of music they love, but I’m pretty sure that Greenville’s Perry Evatt has one of the oddest tales…