“I think it’s gonna be a big celebration because everybody’s going to be so happy to get out." - Glynn Zeigler
The Greenville Music History Project is a website and companion podcast that both dive deep into the venues, musicians and genres that have called Greenville home.
With the COVID-19 pandemic raging, Murry, the co-owner of The Spinning Jenny, a 650-capacity venue in Greer, found herself with an empty event calendar.
“This is really my first real show since the pandemic started,” Noah Guthrie says. “It's a big deal for artists when they don’t get to do something like this for a while."
There’s been a lot of talk in the Upstate about our music scene over the last few years. About rock, country, electronic music, folk and jazz. But there’s one genre…
Like most working indie bands, Russell County, Virginia’s 49 Winchester had a lot of plans at the beginning of 2020. And most of them involved touring. The band, singer/guitarist Isaac…
Despite the big-sounding name, the Marvin King Revue is about as stripped-down a band as you can get.
Kimberly Simms founded Wit's End Poetry, a nonprofit that promotes poetry events and provides resources to established and emerging poets, in 2002.
There will be 26 shows at the amphitheater throughout the spring and summer.
Dr. Marjorie Jenkins’ love of her students reflects the love she felt for this area when she first came from Texas and interviewed for her position back in 2019.
Some might find it intimidating to portray such a towering figure in Black history, but Danielle Brooks says she simply wants to make her home state proud.
Vincent Harris talks with local artists about their inspiration for new songs.
While the pandemic raged and Robert Gowan couldn’t perform live, he turned toward scoring material for movies and TV.
Here are just a few historically significant female South Carolina musicians, along with some current favorites who have made important contributions to our scene.
Nine tracks, half an hour, no song over four minutes.