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.
Everyone’s favorite festival named after a mammal with albinism is back. It is time for the Albino Skunk Music Festival. This ever-evolving festival is a weekend filled with fantastic music. The lineup is stacked and you won’t want to miss a minute of it. Dr. Note will also take the stage at Quest Brewing. Don’t forget to check out this week’s lineup of can’t miss live music.
Has this ever happened to you? You are searching for new music, and you stumble upon an act that you just have to kick yourself for not listening to sooner. That is how we were when we discovered Cory Branan. We are not afraid to admit we were behind when it comes to Cory Branan, as he has been met with widespread acclaim throughout his career. We’ve also got a piece on Fever 333. As usual, check out all of the live music you can’t miss this week.
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.
After a week-long hiatus, #MusicMonday is back! Unlike a contentious band breakup, we couldn’t disappoint our fans. For the reunion tour, we are kicking things off with a spotlight on * repeat repeat. Then we focus on The Iron Maidens. For the encore, be sure to stick around for your weekly round up of shows you can’t miss.
Now in its third year, the Swamp Rabbit Music Fest was originally known as the Swamp Rabbit Folk Fest. The 2018 festival will feature more rock music than previous years. Artists, food trucks, and vendors will also be onsite to complete this incredible festival.
The downside, if there is one, to having a thriving local music scene is that sometimes you will have some hard decisions to make. Look no further than this Friday night when there are two shows happening simultaneously and unless you are Michael Keaton from Multiplicity, there is no way to see them both. If we cannot see both shows, the least we can do is tell you about them, though, plus one more that you will not want to miss on Sunday. All three of these shows feature immensely talented and amazing women so enjoy a weekend of listening to the ladies do their thing, wherever you end up.
We may be in the dog days of summer, but there are still music festivals dotting the Upstate scene. Thursday through Saturday, the Spittoono Music Fest will be taking Central by storm. If you are looking for something a little more on the rare side, then head to NOMA Square on Friday evening for a performance from Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues. Be sure to fill your week with music and check out the shows you can’t miss.
This week, Music Monday is all about a real-life folk hero. Justin Osborne of Susto is performing a solo show at The Radio Room on Friday. Learn about the storied history of how Susto came to be, as well as what you can expect from this rare solo show. We also cover The Claremont Trip at Birds Fly South. Make sure to peep the lineup of shows you won’t want to miss.
Summer and bluegrass go together like salt on a watermelon. Not everyone will get it, but to southerners, there is nothing better. This week we are covering renowned musician Sam Bush and his upcoming show at The Spinning Jenny in Greer. Sam’s award-winning musical stylings are sure to leave the audience dancing well into the night. We also look into the fun of Future Chord Fest. Be sure to check out the other shows this week you can’t miss!