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  • Thomas Claxton and The Myth, The Magic Rocks @Coach's Corner June 20, 2017
    Out of his seven Indie Music Channel Award nominations, Claxton earned Best Rock Artist, Best Alternative Artist for the new song “Maybe I’m Crazy” off his upcoming album Age of Propaganda, and Best Rock Recording for the song “I Didn’t Ask For This.” TWO of Savannah’s premiere bands unite for a great cause at Coach’s, […]
  • Matt Eckstine: ‘I felt an urgency to do it’ June 20, 2017
    Singer-songwriter on The Accomplices and going solo SINGER-songwriter Matt Eckstine made a name for himself as the engaging, inviting, and versatile frontman of The Accomplices, Savannah’s beloved Lowcountry string band.…
  • Post Animal, Daily Exercise @El-Rocko Lounge June 20, 2017
    Chicago’s Post Animal's perky psychedelia brings to mind favorites like Tame Impala with strong melodies, dreamy swells, and unusual layering. ACTORS of all stripes have brought their bands to Savannah over the years—anybody remember when Frankie Muniz’s band played Taco Abajo? How about that performance from Gary Sinise’s cover band, Lt. Dan Band, at the […]
  • Roots Of A Rebellion, Wild Adriatic @Barrelhouse South June 20, 2017
    ROAR is inspired by greats like Sly and the Family Stone, Funkadelic, and contemporaries like Savannah’s own Passafire. NASHVILLE favorites Roots Of A Rebellion bring the party to Barrelhouse South this weekend. Affectionately abbreviated to ROAR, the band has been playing original reggae/rock/dub music since 2010, earning awards, including "Best Local Band," and fans along […]
  • Same As It Ever Was @The Jinx June 20, 2017
    The seven-piece band plays hits and deep cuts from the beloved band with precision, respect, and a whole lot of fun The Jinx must be the place, because this Thursday, beloved Talking Heads tribute band Same As It Ever Was returns to Savannah.…
  • Paul Anka @Johnny Mercer Theatre June 20, 2017
    In addition to his famous voice, Anka’s songwriting skills contributed to his icon status. 1950s pop dreamboat Paul Anka brings his legendary concert experience to Savannah this weekend! The Ottowa native, born to a Syrian-American father and Canadian-Lebanese mother, was a prodigy from the start, diving into show business at the tender age of 12.…
  • Get Up, Stand Up for The Wailers June 20, 2017
    Now, whether they’re in the bus or onstage, the band is family IN THE early 1960s, a legendary group formed in Jamaica. Since Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Bunny Wailer created The Wailers in their late teens, the iconic band has endured deaths, lineup changes, and lawsuits as their sound and legacy has reached new […]
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit: One-Year Anniversary Party @Totally Awesome Bar June 20, 2017
    To celebrate 365 days of catering nostalgia and slinging delicious drinks, the bar’s invited alt-rock favorites Ember City to fuel Totally Awesome’s birthday shenanigans. SINCE its Whitaker Street doors opened in 2016, Totally Awesome Bar has become a hidden jewel of Savannah’s nightlife. The basement bar, tucked between Polished Beauty Lounge and the Whitaker Place […]
  • A Decade of The Train Wrecks June 13, 2017
    They’re grown men performing like teenagers in a garage with new amps and parents who are out of town IT WAS 10 years ago, June. Jason Bible had been performing around town as a solo act for some time, joined occasionally by bassist Eric Dunn.…
  • Hypoluxo, Canopy Hands, Rich Animals @El-Rocko Lounge June 13, 2017
    If you’re looking for the perfect album to score your summertime sadness, find it here Brooklyn’s Hypoluxo blend post-punk melodrama, shoegaze haze, and dream-pop swells on their debut LP, If Language.…
  • The Atlantic City Boys @Randy's Pickin' Parlor June 13, 2017
    The show’s a little different than Randy’s usual bluegrass and acoustic fare, but it’ll be a blast to see a Las Vegas and Disney World-approved show happen Travel back in time and discover the early days of rock 'n’ roll with The Atlantic City Boys.…
  • Courtney Krause, Nalani Proctor, Phillip Wise, David Isaac Marchant @The Sentient Bean June 13, 2017
    Locals Phillip Wise and David Isaac Marchant welcome the Midwesterners to the Savannah stage Enjoy an evening of local and touring singer-songwriters at The Sentient Bean.…
  • CBDB, The Orange Constant @Barrelhouse South June 13, 2017
    The band’s soulful Southern sound features contagious hooks, organ, innovative guitar riffage, and rich harmonies that make a danceable record and an unforgettable show Prog, Southern rock, funk and jam collide in the sounds of Alabama band CBDB.…
  • Savannah Songwriters Series presents Sincerely, Iris @The Sentient Bean June 6, 2017
    Now located in Charlotte, Todd Murray brings his project, Sincerely, Iris, back home for a special Savannah Songwriters Series concert. TODD MURRAY got his start right here in Savannah, hitting the open mic circuit and honing his craft. Now located in Charlotte, Murray brings his project, Sincerely, Iris, back home for a special Savannah Songwriters […]
  • David J’s dark entry into Savannah June 6, 2017
    “David J’s using people’s living rooms and anywhere that has a quirky, unorthodox vibe,” Scott explains Living room shows are all the rage, but a Goth legend is taking the format to a whole new level. David J of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets fame will perform an entirely unique and distinctly Savannah concert at […]

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  • Free Food Georgia: a wheat-free, sugar-free special order bakery June 20, 2017
    Each week, Jardine posts a menu link of her fresh products on the Free Food Georgia Facebook page. The menu is broken down into three categories-sweets, muffins/cakes and breads. MILLIONS of Americans are plagued with food allergies.…
  • Sugo Rossa's red sauce Renaissance June 13, 2017
    Their classic marinara, which exudes a subtly sweet, rich and zesty heartiness, is thoughtfully integrated throughout their well-composed menu GROWING UP in upstate New York meant that there was no shortage of Italian eateries, delis, pizzerias and bakeries. My family included, this region is brimming with Italian influences given that so many immigrated to the […]
  • The art of the chef’s knife June 6, 2017
    A local culinary professional’s advice on what to buy and how to use it OF ALL the equipment in the kitchen, the chef’s knife is the most personal and useful tool you’ll ever want for.…
  • Summer Beer Roundup! May 30, 2017
    The best summer beers are light and low in ABV THERE’S a lot to love about summer. Time by the pool, BBQs, baseball, and the sound of cicadas.…
  • Dining in the Dunes: The Deck Beachbar and Kitchen on Tybee May 23, 2017
    As Australian natives, the Debrecenys deliberately integrate influences from their homeland into all aspects of their restaurants, from fare to décor TYBEE ISLAND consistently serves as oasis for Savannahians seeking tranquility and repose. Its breezy hang-loose vibe cultivates the ideal climate for beachfront dining.…
  • Wicked Weed, AB InBev merger brings worry May 16, 2017
    The backlash shows how badly this purchase has gone. Wicked Weed, unlike Goose Island is truly a beer nerd’s brewery. I’VE WRITTEN many times, perhaps too many times, about some major company taking over a small craft brewery.…
  • Cooking at the beach with Mary Kay Andrews May 16, 2017
    Bestselling author hosts signing to benefit Meals on Wheels WHEN WE last spoke with beloved author Mary Kay Andrews in 2012, she’d just launched her 19th novel Spring Fever, which climbed to No. 5 on the New York Times Bestseller List and could be seen peeking out of beach bags everywhere as the season's delightfully […]
  • Natural Selections Café offers vegan twists on Southern classics May 9, 2017
    Owned and operated by St. Thomas native Davida Harris, this vegan café is already altering stereotypes. SAVANNAH’S first ever all-vegan restaurant opened March 8. While many restaurants and cafés supply vegan offerings, Natural Selections Café is 100 percent plant-based.…
  • Henny Penny: the Foxy Family’s new Art Space & Café May 2, 2017
    Owners of Foxy Loxy and The Coffee Fox continue to find niches and solve problems involved with maintaining a successful business. THE FOXY Family Dynasty is at it again.…
  • Savannah Bananas Beer is now a reality May 2, 2017
    Service Brewing Co. is behind this session brew that pays homage to the local team IN NO TIME at all the Savannah Bananas have proven themselves to be active participants in craft beer.…
  • 2017 is #theyearofvegan with Tephra April 25, 2017
    Chef Shawn Harrison hosts the all-vegan pop-up dining series VEGANISM. Plant based eating has been gaining traction over the last few years.…
  • Secrets of real BBQ sauce revealed April 18, 2017
    The actual art is balancing all those flavors together to enhance the flavor of the BBQ, not cover it up IN MY DAYS at the pit, I’ve seen many a great backyard Smoke Master and all things in between. Thing is, great or just-getting-better BBQ takes time.…
  • Play ball, with beer April 18, 2017
    So linked are beer and baseball that a number of baseball teams use beer in their names, whether through naming rights or a part of local history BEER AND BASEBALL have long been linked as a perfect pairing. What could be better than the green of the field, the crack of the bat and good […]
  • Fork & Dagger: New York meets Puerto Rico in the deep South April 11, 2017
    Both Torres and Hoyt have been in Savannah for well over a decade, offering strong influences on the foodie community over the years LOX AND bagels from New York City, chicken and rice from Puerto Rico and cheesy grits from the south all have one thing in common: Fork & Dagger Eatery. Fork & Dagger […]
  • Huge victory for craft beer brewers and drinkers April 4, 2017
    With governor’s approval, SB 85 will allow breweries to sell direct to customers GEORGIA’S craft breweries and craft beer lovers have some fantastic news to celebrate. It has been many years in the making and there have been setbacks, but Georgia’s breweries will soon be able to offer direct sales to their patrons.…