What would Bob Marley have been like without his exemplary backing band, The Wailers?
Earlier this year, the Memphis, Tennessee, hard-rockers Saliva faced a tragic, shocking loss.
The 10-piece band will bring the party to the Peace Pavilion in Greenville on Friday, Sept. 1.
3 Doors Down is prepping a deluxe version of the album with bonus tracks, and they’ve released the original video for “When I’m Gone.”
Ben Nichols has written virtually everything the band has recorded on its dozen or so albums.
If you were a fan of their original run as a band, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear these classic songs one more time.
The group has had a remarkable upward trajectory over the last few years with more big things on the horizon.
Jefferson Starship will perform at The Foundry in Greenville on Tuesday, Aug. 1. You can expect to hear a cavalcade of hits.
Frank Foster has created a killer live country music show, which he’ll bring to Greenville’s Blind Horse Saloon on July 22.
Opening acts Nate Smith and Cole Swindell are both fast-rising artists with lots of talent.
What is it about beach music that’s kept it around since its late 1960s, early ’70s heyday?
The band has 100 songs rehearsed and ready to go at any time.
Musicians Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been together for 17 years.
It’s a fanbase that has Sister Hazel bassist Jett Beres in awe, even after 30 years of heartfelt, melodic alt-rock.
The new spot is 8,400-square-feet on Liberty Lane off Laurens Road.