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Jan
24
8:00 PM20:00

$10 (2 Ticket pack $15) - MO LOWDA & THE HUMBLE AND RARE CREATURES

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Formed initially as an experiment in diverse songwriting, Rare Creatures has grown into a full on rock spectacle. Their sound navigates between heavy synth rock and melodic acoustic rhythms seamlessly from song to song, switching it up around every corner. Influenced by bands from Alt-J to King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, with some ethnic spices sprinkled in for good measure. The group is fronted by Coleman Sawyer on vocals and guitar, with Hugh Camp on bass and synthesizer, Keller James on lead guitar, and Logan Crank banging the drums. Recordings were released in late 2017.

Known for their progressive song writing and energetic live performances, Mo Lowda & The Humble's beginnings were in the beer-soaked basements of Philadelphia. Following the release of their first full length album in 2013, the trio, consisting of Jordan Caiola, Shane Woods, and Nate Matulis began playing venues throughout the city. After experiencing the high of multiple sold out hometown shows, Mo Lowda took their act on the road and began consistently touring the country.  Their 2016 sophomore release, 'Act Accordingly', was a short and sweet embodiment of the band's natural progression; refining their already formidable sound. Following that release, Jeff Lucci stepped in as the new bassist, bringing his unique songwriting and tasteful use of effects pedals into the mix.  On the heels of playing over 100 shows nationwide in 2017, Mo Lowda is set for a full US tour In 2018, in support of their upcoming Full-Length entitled "Creatures".

 
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$15 - MATTHEW MAYES & JOHN MEYER (of Jupiter Coyote) - Free CD with paid admission
Dec
22
to Dec 23

$15 - MATTHEW MAYES & JOHN MEYER (of Jupiter Coyote) - Free CD with paid admission

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In the course of their 27-year history, Jupiter Coyote has played over five thousand shows, traveled everywhere and done just about everything a touring band can do. The innovative group has independently sold close to a million CDs, tens of thousands of downloads, and who knows how many bootlegs they cut loose to fans for free. JC is brand name, and a pioneering cornerstone in the jam band scene. They have been called the new twist in southern rock and they deliver it with a relaxed, worldly view. Their sound has been labeled “Mountain Rock” — a mixture of Southern Appalachian boogie, bluegrass-infused, funk-rock.

JC plays it the way they feel it — with little regard as to where they fall between the cracks of what is considered trendy and fashionable. A band prolific in its writing, skilled in its musicianship and congenial in its nature, they remain the prototype of the truly independent band. They handle all business in-house and own their own record label, which is distributed internationally through Red Eye Worldwide.

Coyote has shared the stage with The Allman Brothers Band, Dave Matthews, Widespread Panic, String Cheese, The Radiators and Kansas just to name a few. They have played large festivals from coast to coast, including: High Sierra Music Fest in California, Charlotte’s Center City Fest, Atlanta’s Mid-Town, Birmingham’s City Stages, Asheville’s Bele Chere and The Magnolia Fest in Live Oak, Fla.

The group traces its roots to Brevard, N.C., where childhood friends Matthew Mayes (guitar, guijo, vocals) and John Felty (vocals, guitars) decided in 1988 to pursue a career in music. The duo headed to Macon, Ga., where they joined forces with drummer Gene Bass and bassist Sanders Brightwell. Steve Trismen (vocals, fiddle) joined the fold in 1999. A native of Boulder, Colo., Trismen’s playing melded neatly into the band’s sound and gave Coyote a new on-stage dynamic. Noel Felty took over for Bass on drums in 2001. Most recently, long-time JC sidekick John Meyer was added on lead guitar. Meyer is also the person who came up with the name Jupiter Coyote back when the band was first starting in Macon, Ga.   There is no band that really sounds like Jupiter Coyote. They have a guijo (banjo neck, Stratocaster body) an incredible fiddle player, and two fantastic slide guitar players. On top of that the band is currently touring with two drummers; Noel Felty and Gene Bass. Lot’s of vocal harmony and clever songwriting set these guys apart from the rest of the banal, jam band pack.

Currently, the band just finished its 8th studio album entitled “Life Got In The Way.” It was released Aug 4th, 2018 and cracked the i Tunes top 100 rock category first day out.

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$5 - Eight Track Parade w/ Pharos In Space
Dec
21
to Dec 22

$5 - Eight Track Parade w/ Pharos In Space

Calling Columbia, SC homes, Eight Track Parade is a local Funk Rock band that consists of Stephen Stokes, Chance Glass, David Reddy, Tommy Embrich, Stephen Rebl, and the ETP Horns.

The band is clearly influenced by the 70s rock and funk era paying homage to such artists as Sly and the Family Stone, The Meters, and Steely Dan. However, they have a compelling aspect to their songs which draws both musically and lyrically from R&B and Soul. Eight Track Parade is currently playing shows throughout the Carolinas and Georgia in support of their first album, a self-titled funk-rock slip n’ slide through the soft underbelly of the groove. The album only pauses briefly for you to catch a breath with a couple of masterful rock ballads and pop songs. The shows are more of an exploration of everything the album has to offer. Funk medleys sandwiched between a blazing rock tune and a soft ballad offer fans an opportunity to not only appreciate 8TP, but all of the great artists that have influenced the band’s writing.

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$10 - Human Resources, Babe Club, Fredrick the Younger
Dec
8
to Dec 9

$10 - Human Resources, Babe Club, Fredrick the Younger

Babe Club is an indie rock-new wave band from Charleston, South Carolina. The band is comprised of members from SUSTO : multi-instrumentalist Corey Campbell (SC) and singer-songwriter Jenna Desmond (NY). The pair met and began collaborating in 2013. There was instant chemistry and after touring heavily together in SUSTO, Babe Club formed very naturally. Babe Club is preparing to release a full length album in early 2019.

Fredrick the Younger: You can draw favorable comparisons here to St. Vincent or Angel Olsen, playful beats with a new wave undercurrent that carry remarkable vocals. As an indicator for things to come, this promises to be a remarkable album.

Human Resources is an American alternative pop-rock band from Charleston, SC. Formed in 2015 by Dries Vandenberg, Aaron Utterback, Paul Chelmis, and Matt Zutell, HR quickly adopted a unique role in the blossoming Charleston music scene as a more pop-centric counterpart to the neo-southern and indie rock acts prevalent in the area at the time. 

The band’s debut single “Queen” and the subsequent L.P. En Route (2015) were released to positive local reviews, earning noteworthy traction on Spotify and other streaming services. The debut played a key role in earning HR the “Electronic/Experimental Band of the Year” award from the Charleston City Paper. 

The follow-up campaign Pizza Dreams (2016) matched the trajectory of it’s predecessor, eventually earning the band a second consecutive City Paper Award, and producing another successful single, “Bad News” which helped the band extend its reach to the national level. 

In 2017 Human Resources began work on their third release. As with En Route and Pizza Dreams, the band will utilize the talents of drummer Matt Zutell (Coast Records) for the majority of the production needs, continuing a long standing tradition of self production. In addition to Zutell, HR will tap LA based producer Taylor Locke, founding member of Rooney, at his studio The Velveteen Laboratory for initial production work.

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$10 - 2 Slices with Pip the Pansy, Pierce Kuichi
Dec
7
to Dec 8

$10 - 2 Slices with Pip the Pansy, Pierce Kuichi

Pip the Pansy (formerly known as Wrenn) is the freshest new Rainbow Pop artist to come out of Atlanta, Georgia. Her song-craft has the polish and drama of a writer twenty years her senior and she’s armed with a voice that can be sultry, lilting, playful, or bold. A visual arts graduate of The University of Georgia, her immaculate sense for aesthetic is apparent in everything she does from her self-produced artwork and videos to the bubblegum-chic outfits she wears on stage. In the tradition of the Athens music scene, her music can be B-52 quirky, Beatle melodic, yet fresh to the ear. Her performances, nothing less than a star-burst on stage, have attracted a larger and larger following of “Fireflies” (her term of endearment for her devoted and loyal fans).

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Early - Mark Bryan - Free show
Dec
6
8:00 PM20:00

Early - Mark Bryan - Free show

As the guitarist for the two-time Grammy winning, 10-million album selling band Hootie and The Blowfish, Bryan’s guitar playing was ubiquitous in 1995, contributing to the biggest album sales of any release that year, and leading to what is now ranked as the 16th biggest selling album in music history.

Of course, success at that level brings with it all sorts of pre-conceptions, so when first hearing the tunes on Bryan’s upcoming third album Songs of The Fortnight, (August 11th, Chucktown Music Group).

It was after Hootie went on indefinite hiatus almost a decade ago that Bryan first went full-force into other areas of the music business beyond being a musician (though he continued to keep his chops up with his trio The Occasional Milkshake which appears on Songs of the Fortnight.)

As Bryan began to amass production credits on dozens of recordings, he also took greater advantage of a situation that, unlike his experience of working in expensive facilities under constricting record label budgets, allowed him to use his own studio and personal resources to record and release songs on the fly – first his own, and then those of other artists.

This process eventually led to the launch of the “Song of the Fortnight” blog, where Bryan posted a new song of his own, or an artist he was playing with or producing, every two weeks, for three years. Eventually, there was enough material for an album, which are the 11 songs compiled here on Songs of the Fortnight.

The album features ten Bryan originals, and an opening cut that is another nod to Bryan’s ease at throwing the spotlight; a barn-burning cover of Scruffy The Cat’s college radio favorite “Mybabyshe’sallright” (featuring frequent REM collaborator Peter Holsapple on harmonica.)

The upcoming album functions as somewhat of a capper – the “Song of the Fortnight” blog could have continued indefinitely if Bryan hadn’t received an offer to work for the College of Charleston, but the opportunity was right in line with his interest and continuing passion for elevating the local music community.

Mark Bryan’s third album Songs of the Fortnight preceded by the single “Forgetting About Me” arrived August 11th via the artist’s own Chucktown Music Group. 

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$10 advance tickets - John Wesley Satterfield with Drew Dixon
Nov
23
8:00 PM20:00

$10 advance tickets - John Wesley Satterfield with Drew Dixon

Advance tickets: https://www.showclix.com/event/john-wesley-satterfield-and-drew-dixon

John Wesley Satterfield writes and performs his own brand of American music, blending elements of rock’n’roll, country, bluegrass, and folk, to create a unique sound that is reminiscent of his early influences. When John Wesley was just 12 years old, his father began teaching him how to play guitar and sing songs by legends such as Harry Chapin, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and Jim Croce. While he may constantly seek new inspiration, there’s always a hint of these amazing storytellers in his music. Satterfield tours relentlessly to present his music to audiences large and small across the country. In the summer of 2012, he released his fourth album Goodbye Whiskey, an autobiographical batch of tunes produced by Mike Gossip of the the country group, Gloriana. He is now working on his fifth studio release with longtime friend and fellow South Carolina native, Ryan Monroe, of the rock’n’roll outfit, Band of Horses. Stay tuned for more from this up and coming artist.

Drew Dixon: A mix of Delta Blues and Southern Gothic.

Lewis Brice: With a sound rooted at the intersection of country, southern rock, and R&B, Lewis Brice comes at you with high-energy stories; sounds that catch the ear and make you want to move. Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, he grew up singing in church choir and praise bands. Lewis eventually moved to Charleston, where he began performing his first live shows and presenting his own music to a new crowd.

Lewis currently lives just north of Nashville, TN, where he spends his time writing and working on new music. He travels and performs all over the country, including regular appearances in Key West. Blessed to play shows with friends and family including Hank Jr., Lee Brice, The Cadillac Three, Jerrod Niemann, Gary Allan, LOCASH, American Young and more, he has been able to spread his original music in front of attentive audiences nationwide and continuously grow a strong fan base.

Lewis first made headlines with 2010's “Ordinary Girl,” co-written with Dallas Rogers, and marked his first appearance on the Mediabase and iTunes Country charts. He appeared in CMT’s first season of "Can You Duet,” coming in 8th place out of the thousands. Showcasing his versatile talents, Lewis also took on the lead role in the music video for “I Drive Your Truck,” 2014’s ACM Song of the Year performed by his brother Lee Brice.

Lewis Brice’s live show is full of energy, with songs that bring a distinctive groove, narrative lyrics and bluesy soulful singing. Lewis' band, known as The Escorts, consists of Nashville native Johannes Greer on drums, Phil Lester on bass, and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Josh Waters. Together, they bring their musical character and incredible skills to create an experience you won’t forget.

Lewis’s debut self-titled EP, produced by himself and his brother Lee Brice, was released via Pump House Music on July 14th, 2017 to glowing reviews with prominent digital & streaming placements worldwide, and quickly returned to the Top 15 of the iTunes Country chart. Since then, Lewis has been named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “New Country Artists You Need to Know” and Billboard’s “Country Artists to Watch in 2018”. Tracks from the EP have featured on SiriusXM The Highway, CMT Music, and Spotify’s New Boots & Wild Country playlists, and the EP’s lead single 'Best Ex Ever' has reached the Top 40 of MusicRow’s Country Breakout radio chart. With more new music and shows on the horizon in 2018, the next year promises to be the best yet for Lewis Brice!

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Becca Smith with Admiral Radio - Free show
Nov
21
9:00 PM21:00

Becca Smith with Admiral Radio - Free show

Becca Smith was born and raised in South Carolina and has been singing since her days in the crib. At just 8 years old, she penned her first original song. Not long after, she picked up the guitar and began playing big shows on school nights, opening for acts like Sequoyah Prep School, All Get Out, and Mel Washington.  

Smith took a break during her college years, where she graduated Cum Laude from the College of Charleston, gaining two Bachelor's degrees in German and Arts Management. It was only after school that Smith really buckled down to give music a chance.

Her genuine spirit and tenacity are a breath of fresh air for the South Carolina music scene. From poppy, upbeat melodies to lyrics with real substance, Smith believes in the meaning of her music and isn't afraid to share it. With a country twang ever-present in her voice, Smith is as charming as she is talented.  

Smith released her debut album, entitled I-26, in July of 2018. Recorded with James Frolio and mastered by Jeremy Lubsey of Truphonic Studios, the album is independently produced, boasting twelve original songs that are sure to woo audiences young and old. Musical heroes like Cary Ann Hearst, James Taylor, and Sheryl Crow can be heard as influences throughout Smith's recording debut, but her originality, classic style, and power-house voice are enough to keep us wrapped around her finger.

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A Brilliant Lie
Nov
11
4:00 PM16:00

A Brilliant Lie

A BRILLIANT LIE is an explosively-energetic alternative rock band from Orlando, FL.

Alongside relentlessly touring the US in support of their current record cycle, the band are working alongside reputable producer, James Paul Wisner (Paramore, Underoath, Hands like Houses) writing and recording their new material. 

Having received airtime on many of the Southeast’s largest Clear Channel and college radio stations, they’re no strangers to the acclamation of the mainstream. Performing alongside the likes of Anberlin, Minus the Bear, Passion Pit and other renowned acts has propelled them to headline performances at the world famous House Of Blues, State Theatre, Freebird Live and numerous sought after music festivals including Sunfest, Florida Music Festival and Rocklahoma.

If they aren’t touring in a smelly van, they are probably out giving high fives. Catch A BRILLIANT LIE this year. The hype is REAL.

Happy is more than just a pop punk band from Columbia, SC. Formed in 2016, comprising of Tate Logan (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Jack Eskridge (Guitar), Caleb Rucker (Drums), and Sean Bowick (Bass), Happy. Launched with a 4-song EP, The Endless Bummer which was later released on tapes through Real Life Cassette Girls Records out of Ohio. Following their release, they spent the following year dissecting their sound and writing new songs, creating music that promotes positivity, personal growth, and self-defined happiness. Aiming to provide a sense of nostalgia for listeners with a sound that is full of infectious melodic hooks, oozing with catchy harmonies, Happy. will have you feeling just that. Frontman Tate Logan shares, “We are spreading the message that you can create and achieve your own definition of happy. You don’t have to compare yourself to others or be afraid to think outside of the box or try new things or be who you are.” 

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$5 - Wombat Junction and McKenzie Butler Band
Nov
10
to Nov 11

$5 - Wombat Junction and McKenzie Butler Band

Wombat Junction with their “the dude abides” brand of Americana, are emblematic of the kind of laid-back and talented clientele Foxfield caters to. Headliner Wombat Junction makes heartfelt music, blending genres during explosive performances. Don’t be surprised if the night ends in a big ol’ jam fest.

McKenzie Butler came to South Carolina by way of Tupelo, Mississippi where she found her love of music at a very early age. After learning her first guitar chords while sitting on a friend's back porch, she began writing lyrics and putting them to music. By the age of nineteen, McKenzie was performing at open-mic events and placing in various singer-songwriter contests in her hometown. After relocating to Columbia, South Carolina, McKenzie worked diligently on cultivating her craft by studying and performing whenever and wherever she could. Her musical influences include Janis Joplin, Stevie Nicks, and Susan Tedeschi, and her soulful, bluesy vocal style is often compared to artists such as Bonnie Raitt and Aretha Franklin.


McKenzie would eventually share some of her original material with musicians she had met at open mics and acoustic shows. In 2016, the McKenzie Butler Band began rehearsing, recording, and performing for growing audiences. Drummer Barry Harp and bassist Justin Marshall combine for a tight rhythm section while Whit Jones (guitar) and David Headrick (keys) add precise melodies and striking leads to complement McKenzie's exquisite vocals. Since then, the band has graced stages throughout the southeast including Columbia's Music Farm and The Fifteenth Annual Birdfest in Pinewood, S.C.

The band released a 6-song debut EP of original material in October 2018 and the group is already hard at work on a follow up album. With a true love for artists ranging from James Taylor to Michael Jackson, which absolutely shines through into their music, the McKenzie Butler Band will be entertaining audiences for many years to come.


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Soda City Brass Band
Nov
9
to Nov 10

Soda City Brass Band

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The musical love child of drummer Chris Church and trumpeter Mark Rapp, the Soda City Brass Band brings together modern and traditional sounds found on the streets of New Orleans from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Soul Rebels and Rebirth to the Young Blood Brass Band with a few original grooves of our own. The SCBB was born in the dead of winter in South Carolina's capital city and we bring the fire and fun! Have a parade, wedding or festival? The Soda City Brass Band brings all the excitement of New Orleans to you.

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Mark Bryan
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

Mark Bryan

As the guitarist for the two-time Grammy winning, 10-million album selling band Hootie and The Blowfish, Bryan’s guitar playing was ubiquitous in 1995, contributing to the biggest album sales of any release that year, and leading to what is now ranked as the 16th biggest selling album in music history.

Of course, success at that level brings with it all sorts of pre-conceptions, so when first hearing the tunes on Bryan’s upcoming third album Songs of The Fortnight, (August 11th, Chucktown Music Group).

It was after Hootie went on indefinite hiatus almost a decade ago that Bryan first went full-force into other areas of the music business beyond being a musician (though he continued to keep his chops up with his trio The Occasional Milkshake which appears on Songs of the Fortnight.)

As Bryan began to amass production credits on dozens of recordings, he also took greater advantage of a situation that, unlike his experience of working in expensive facilities under constricting record label budgets, allowed him to use his own studio and personal resources to record and release songs on the fly – first his own, and then those of other artists.

This process eventually led to the launch of the “Song of the Fortnight” blog, where Bryan posted a new song of his own, or an artist he was playing with or producing, every two weeks, for three years. Eventually, there was enough material for an album, which are the 11 songs compiled here on Songs of the Fortnight.

The album features ten Bryan originals, and an opening cut that is another nod to Bryan’s ease at throwing the spotlight; a barn-burning cover of Scruffy The Cat’s college radio favorite “Mybabyshe’sallright” (featuring frequent REM collaborator Peter Holsapple on harmonica.)

The upcoming album functions as somewhat of a capper – the “Song of the Fortnight” blog could have continued indefinitely if Bryan hadn’t received an offer to work for the College of Charleston, but the opportunity was right in line with his interest and continuing passion for elevating the local music community.

Mark Bryan’s third album Songs of the Fortnight preceded by the single “Forgetting About Me” arrived August 11th via the artist’s own Chucktown Music Group. 

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Ariana Cherice - Free show
Nov
6
9:30 PM21:30

Ariana Cherice - Free show

I am an 23 year old, singer/songwriter and visual artist from North Augusta, SC. I have been singing since I was 8 and developing my own songs since 13. Throughout high school I continued to nourish my skills. I then proceeded to attend Winthrop University where I graduated in May of 2018 with a BFA in studio art, concentrating in Ceramics and Sculpture.

My music and art often inform each other in the making process and I hope to continue combining my passions in deeper, more intricate, and thought-provoking ways as I further my future. I am a strongly emotional being and my gifts allow me space to be with and understand those feelings. My work carries me through the happy and hard times, all I want is to give something back.

My one hope is that I may reach other hearts the way music and art have reached mine.

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$5 - Mystic Vibrations
Nov
3
to Nov 4

$5 - Mystic Vibrations

he deep roots of Mystic Vibrations began growth in Little London, Westmoreland, Jamaica and spread to the US in 1992 by Ric Williams. Credited to our name are two self released Studio Albums, (People Get Ready and Busy Street) and one Live recording (Live In Finlay Park). An abundant schedule keeps us constantly on the road touring the eastern US, from New York to Florida. The band is a four-piece rhythm section held by exceptionally talented musicians: Dion "Caution" Samuel (Drums), George "Raheem" Johnson (Bass), Marcus "Marky"' Ruby (Keyboards and Backing Vicals) and Ric Williams (Guitar and Lead Vocals). The band has been blessed by establishing a large fan base that has steadily grown over the years. Our music speaks of Love, Unity, and Peace amongst all mankind; not forgetting the trials and tribulations of oppressed peoples. Mystic Vibrations' first recording, People Get Ready (1993), features songs such as, "Mi Woman", whose upbeat tempo is topped with the praises of Ital (natural) living and womanly support. The title track of the album, "People Get Ready", calls for physical, spiritual and mental repatriation. Our second album, Busy Street (1999), contains hard hitting tracks such as "Busy Street" and "Babylon System" which aim to raise awareness toward the realities created by capitalist regimes. "Still On My Mind" is a Love ballad that reveals an inner strength that surpasses the physical expectations of intimacy. Busy Street was later remixed in 2003, with a dub version of the title track "Busy Street" added ("Street Dub"). A third album, Live In Finlay Park (2002), features old and new tracks from both prior and upcoming albums. Mystic Vibrations is now and forever working on fresh material and collaborating musical energy with our brothers and sisters around the world.  We have enjoyed appearing at a multitude of venues over the past years since Creation. These include parks, festivals, night clubs, weddings, a plethora of private parties, television and radio performances and interviews.  We've also performed with a handful of other Reggae groups from Jamaica; including Burning Spear, Yellowman, Third World, Sizzla, Inner Circle, The Wailers and Israel Vibrations...to name a few. In 2003, Mystik Muzik was born. It is a recording label solely dedicated to bringing the music of Mystic Vibrations and other upcoming artists in Roots Reggae to the world. This new expansion hails the beginning of a new era of exploding creativity and bounding progress for a group which has already reached thousands through our artistic and conscious visions. Many blessings indeed. May we shine our Light near YOU sometime soon!!

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The Black Iron Gathering w/ River Baby Bathwater
Oct
26
to Oct 27

The Black Iron Gathering w/ River Baby Bathwater

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The Columbia, South Carolina based group has earned a reputation since 2011 as a dynamic live band, pulling its style from bluegrass, punk, Celtic, and old age country music to form an exciting, energetic hybrid that showcases strong vocal harmonies, driving banjo, and some classic chicken pickin’ (telecaster) guitar licks. The Black Iron Gathering are first cousins to Americana, combining John Prine and Dropkick Murphys, Langhorne Slim, the Pogues, and Yonder Mountain String Band for a uniquely collective sound and style, wrinkles and all, that can’t be pressed into some genre-specific mold.

The members of The Black Iron Gathering are as diverse as the band’s sound, with singer-songwriter and guitarist Billy Ray, raised on punk and hardcore, lead guitarist Charles Funk a veteran rock and alt-country player, bassist Chris Paget a solid jazz, rock and country oriented player, and banjo player Charlie McLinden the bluegrass and old-time expert. Drummer Eric Maddox is the key to the band’s solid sound, a steady underpinning that keeps all of these disparate players together in a group that has finally found itself right where it wanted to be all along.

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Emma Kate McLain - Free show
Oct
24
to Oct 25

Emma Kate McLain - Free show

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Emma Kate Mclain is a 19 year old singer/songwriter/guitarist from Chapin, SC. She released her first EP at the age of 14, and was named "one to watch" by the Nashville Songwriters Association.  Since the release of her first EP, she has been busy with her songwriting and performances at local bars, restaurants, and festivals throughout South Carolina. Her follow up EP, "Almost a whisper", was released in Summer 2017 which featured five new original songs.

After the release of her single "Mess You Made" in 2017, she was signed by SSA publishing. Transitioning to alt/pop, she released her single "Took It All Away" in May of 2018, and is now hoping to release a full alt/pop album in the months to come.

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Spencer Rush
Oct
17
8:00 PM20:00

Spencer Rush

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Spencer Rush’s songs are edgy and cool, integrating his wit and emotion in each line all supported by his velvety voice and dynamic range.  Spencer has taken the best of his musical influences, Elton John, The Police, and Pink Floyd, to create a sount that’s unique, yet utterly universal.

Playing almost 300 shows a year, Spencer recognizes the value of consistent touring and has developed an amazing fan base throughout North and South Carolina and Georgia. Spencer's latest CD was produced by Noel Golden at Sonica Studios in Atlanta, GA. Most recently, the Williams Riley band has recorded 2 of Spencer's songs on their new CD.

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Soda City Brass Band
Oct
12
8:00 PM20:00

Soda City Brass Band

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The musical love child of drummer Chris Church and trumpeter Mark Rapp, the Soda City Brass Band brings together modern and traditional sounds found on the streets of New Orleans from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Soul Rebels and Rebirth to the Young Blood Brass Band with a few original grooves of our own. The SCBB was born in the dead of winter in South Carolina's capital city and we bring the fire and fun! Have a parade, wedding or festival? The Soda City Brass Band brings all the excitement of New Orleans to you.

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Angie Aparo w/ Marc Shipley
Oct
5
8:00 PM20:00

Angie Aparo w/ Marc Shipley

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Aparo was signed by Clive Davis (Arista records) in 2000, releasing 'The American' which led to Aparo supporting a U.S. tour and sharing the stage with the likes of Matchbox 20, Faith Hill and Edwin McCain. In 2005 Angie Aparo appeared on Faith Hill's NBC Thanksgiving Special singing 'Cry' with Hill and catching the attention of producer Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts). Huff would go on to produce Aparo's 2006 release, El Primero Del Tres.

Aparo penned two songs on Tim McGraw’s 2012 release ‘Emotional Traffic’, namely; 'The One’ and ‘Only Human' (which Mcgraw recorded as a duet with R&B artist, Ne-Yo).

Also in 2012, Aparo appeared on Zac Brown's album/DVD 'Pass the Jar' and was featured on a duet with Brown on the song 'Junk Yard'

Aparo’s new album, ‘Life is a Flower; Life is a Gun’ is out now (Feb 16, 2018)

Aparo is currently in development and slated to host a music reality TV show with Tim McGraw, entitled 'American B Sides'. Angie Aparo is also the creator of the soon to be released augmented reality app (musical performance related) called BackDrop (June 2018)

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