Frank Sinatra had a career marked by comebacks. As he moved from teen idol to heartbroken balladeer to swingin’ Rat Packer to cultural icon, he faded from the spotlight from…
Wilson Banjo Company is on a ballot for an International Bluegrass Music Award, which is one of the most prestigious honors a bluegrass artist can win.
In case you haven’t noticed, live music in Greenville is back with a vengeance. The concert calendar is filled up everywhere.
Shyland Flowers just took home an Upstate Music Award for his 2020 single “85" and if his new album “…And Flowers For All.”
"I set up a studio in my garage. It was 100% covid compliant which made it an interesting experience to say the least."
Preston Spisak, a percussionist, Wade Hampton High School junior and Fine Arts Center student, will be headed to New York in June.
Phill Mathis works for Mill Village Farms, an offshoot of the Upstate nonprofit Mill Community Ministries.
The self-titled new album by the Upstate band Phantom Ships is so atmospheric, so evocative and so accomplished.
The awards ceremony in its second year was held May 16 at Zen in downtown Greenville.
Mark Sanders graduated from Clemson University back in the 1990s but one part of his college experience he never forgot: working for WSBF.
“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…