Sometimes, life on the road just isn’t sustainable. You love playing all of the cool venues and meeting your fans, but you need some stability. The tour is over, and it is time for a hiatus. That being said, #MusicMonday is coming to an end… for now. Think of it as an indefinite hiatus. There might be a reunion tour, or there might be a whole new super group that rises from the ashes. Either way, keep your eyes peeled for the next iteration of your Monday media fix.
If you haven’t heard of Lee Bains III...then you can thank us later. We say that, because you need to go listen right now. Seriously, go listen, and come read the rest of this afterwords. Then head to The Radio Room this Saturday. If classic Hip-Hop is more your speed, then you’re going to want to be at The Firmament on Saturday for Biz Markie! As always, don’t forget to check out your weekly line up of live music.
Already have your costume picked out? Then try out its impact before Halloween at the Appalachian Masquerade at the Spinning Jenny. We’ve got the scoop on the three acts that will making this a night to remember. We’ve also got the rundown on A Very Baby Baby Halloween. As usual, plan your week with our live music calendar.
Is musical talent a matter of nature or nurture? It is hard to say, but we are just glad the the guys of Great Peacock are full of talent. You’ll be glad to when they come to The Radio Room on Thursday with all of their feathers on display. This week also sees world renowned pianist Emile Pandolfi play in Greenville. Make sure to take a peek at the weekly lineup of live music you won’t want to miss.
We love it when a band subverts our expectations. That is exactly what happened when we were introduced to Shaken Nature. It is refreshing to see a modern band take such a vintage approach to their sound. We know you’ll love it too when they take the stage at Velo Fellow on Friday. Also be sure to check out The Work reunion show. As usual, be sure to check out this week’s lineup of live music you won’t want to miss.
We love bluesy, southern-infused rock, and when you throw some girl power in there we love it even more. That is why we are thrilled to talk about Michelle Malone and the release of her 15th album, yes, 15th. She is celebrating this monumental release by performing at the Spinning Jenny this Friday. You can also find out about a great end of the school jam and all of the other concerts you can't miss in this week's Music Monday.
Nothing embodies the spirit of The Village of West Greenville like Shoeless Jam. Only in its second year, this is arguably the most important, eclectic, and just plain fun annual event in The Village and, potentially, downtown Greenville as a whole.
One of the brightest spots in the Upstate music scene is the husband and wife duo, My Girl, My Whiskey, & Me. George and Kelly Colyer’s modern take on bluegrass combine reflective storytelling, a passion for their art, and incredible personality to make them one of the most enjoyable live performances you’ll ever experience...