One of the all-time rock greats, Paul Simon, is coming to the Simpsonville’s Heritage Park Amphitheater this summer, but if you want to go, chances are you’re going to need to get your tickets early.
After nonstop touring, an attempted robbery, three bullet wounds, and a 10-day coma, country rockers Parmalee’s luck had nowhere to go but up
The 2017 Upstate Shakespeare Festival will feature ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘Titus Andronicus.’
Greenville Little Theatre Executive Artistic Director Allen McCalla knew he had to go big in 2017-18 season — the theater’s 50th year on Heritage Green and the 25th year McCalla and his wife, Suzanne, who serves as GLT’s producing director, have been at the helm.
In the four years since their last album, Megan Jean and the Klay Family Band have undergone something of an identity crisis.
Second to None, w/ Broken Testimony, State of Illusion, From the Divide, Redefined, and Red X Ground Zero, 3052 Howard St., Spartanburg Friday, March 10 6 p.m. $7 Second to None started out in 2009 as a relatively straightforward modern-rock band, with an emphasis on heavy riffs and screaming vocals. But the longer they were […]
Sue Luley met Dr. Mac Arnold on a music cruise. Now she books shows at his club.
Last week, garage rockers Italo and the Passions begin recording a new as-yet-to-be titled EP in their home studio, with plans to release it by the time their next tour kicks off in June.
It’s spring — and time for the city’s outdoor music series. The season kicks off on Thursday, March 16 with Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive, which opens with a performance by the pop rock band and last year’s Gimme the Gig Contest winner Brooks Dixon Band.
Listening to the tracks on Greenville singer/songwriter/guitarist Travis Smith’s new self-titled album, it’s difficult to figure out how he’s not on the pop or R&B charts.
“I just wanted an event where people in Greenville could come share stories about their lives.”
The Downtown Alive “The Arts Do Downtown Alive” tent, organized by the Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC), is looking for artists and arts organizations to share space in the tent to display work, sell tickets, offer promotional materials or anything that takes advantage of this free marketing opportunity.