Sound Bites: Upcoming shows to see around the Upstate

Mourning Dove, Hellyeah and Levi Hummon are playing local venues.
The Velo Fellow

Upstate Beat: Greenville’s got a squeeze box

The Swamp Rabbit Squeezebox Festival is Nov. 9-10 at The Velo Fellow.

Jon McLaughlin’s solo piano tour comes to the Upstate

The noted pianist with film and television credits, says solo shows give him a chance to connect with the crowd.
Upstate Beat

Upstate Beat: The heavy bliss of metal yoga

Metal Yoga classes take place at Radio Room in Greenville.
Go Betty Go

Punk-rockers Go Betty Go roar back into Greenville

Go Betty Go is playing Radio Room on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.
Greenville music

Sound Bites: Three Upstate shows to see this weekend

The Mantras, of Montreal and Sirsy are bring their music to local venues.
Joan Shelley

Indie-Folk supergroup backs Joan Shelley at Horizon Records on Monday

“Everyone in this line-up has made multiple records that I love and that I play over and over.” — Joan Shelley
Emily McSherry

The sound of silence

Upstate singer Emily McSherry returns to the stage after battling brain disorder.
Sound Bites

Sound Bites: Shows to see in Greenville this weekend

Glass Mansions, Darby Wilcox and Unknown Hinson will be playing local venues.
Upstate Beat

Upstate Beat: Local band releases two EP’s this year with dramatically different sounds

Sesh’s second effort reunites songwriter Sardinha with former bandmates.
Fine Arts Center

Fine Arts Center students get the chance to perform as paid, professional musicians

Upcoming Jazz All Stars performance marks a collaboration between the Peace Center & the Fine Arts Center.
Greenville Podcasts

Greenville-based podcasts take in the local landscape

The Journal reached out to the creators and hosts of five Upstate-based podcasts, namely “Murder, Etc.,” “The Bearded Ones,” “Tech After Five,” “The Grey Zone” and “Podmetto Politics.”
CAN Talks

CAN Talks event seeks to change the public’s perception of those with disabilities

“I guess the takeaway is that there isn’t one particular version of ‘normal.’ Our ‘normals’ are our own.” – Callie Sharon

Harlem 100 brings century of Harlem Renaissance culture to the Peace Center

“We feel like we’re carrying them on our shoulders as guardians and protectors and bringing them on with us spiritually.”
Fall for Greenville music

Melodic rockers return to Fall For Greenville with a slate of new songs

Alabama’s Moon Taxi will bring their large-scale pop-rock to the Carolina Chevy Stage