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Weekend playlist of where to be, who to see and all the details in between!

with The Barefoot Movement & Finnegan Bell. There's a first time for everything. Barefooting in a church, drinking wine in my pew, can I get a hallelujah?? I even spotted a nun with a glass. But, before you get any ideas of a rowdy affair, it was a controlled pour. Think Baptist and not Catholic.

When's the last time you sipped a glass of wine, slipped off your shoes, and stomped your feet in a 300 year old church?

A local artist and businessman making a big movement in the local Charleston community with his "There's No Place Like Charleston" T-shirts.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 3/20–3/22. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Joined by Finnegan Bell and Marci Shore, Jim Avett's sold-out show at The Society of St. Thomas & St. Denis was a celebration of song and storytelling for the young and young at heart.

Music blogger Tim Brennan reviews the local band who just released their new, six-song album, Good Luck.

Better late than never, here's the third and final review of everything that's happened in the Charleston music scene over the past year from our music experts, Tim and Devin.

One night, three venues, four decidedly different music acts. Perhaps my brain wrote a check that my body barely covered... but it was a damn fun night out in Charleston. Read on for reviews

The summer 2013 music scene is STOCKED with must-see shows (The Lumineers, Fun., The Killers, etc.). Find these—plus best-bet venues, the Grit team's summer playlist picks, and a badass boombox—here!

The musician from Fowler's Mustache who nearly lost his life last summer quietly took to the stage last night, covering Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released" and reminding us to embrace the little things

The guys in A Fragile Tomorrow have friends in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Yet locally, the power pop stars are virtually ignored. How 'bout we all take notice? We can start with their show TOMORROW

Slow Runner and Rachel Kate Gillon put on a haunting, mind-blowing show at the Circular Congregational Church—tambourines, goosebumps, acoustic sets, lasers, and lots of reasons to love live music

Do yourself a favor and read this: Local kids, too young to drink, set to release a CD with a major record producer at the controls. Why? There's much to A Fragile Tomorrow that may surprise you...

Adding childcare rooms to bars, drug insanity, whether I’m the creepy old guy at the end of the bar, YES you can buy me a beer, and a dozen other sleep-deprived musings

Should you play at a big-name, cavernous venue like this if you can't draw the crowd, or are you better off at the Tin Roof with a couple dozen devoted fans? Here's what happened (and my answer)...

Shatterdog's Fisticuffmanship will be having an official CD release at The Tin Roof on August 29th. Come on out and hear some good ol' boy Americana!

To say that the inaugural Charleston Bluegrass Festival—put on by Awendaw Green, Sewee Outpost, and The Surf Bar on Folly Beach—was a success would be an understatement. Take a look...