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Did you miss Charleston Arts Festival event Myth of an Atom? Read the recap here.

South Carolina raises another incredible musical ensemble, this one in the form of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart the founders of rock band NEEDTOBREATHE.

The Charleston Arts Festival is underway. Here's everything you need to know.

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers play the Pour House on August 18.

Keller Williams is coming to the Windjammer on June 22. CharlestonGrit caught up with Williams to learn all about his trip to Charleston and what projects he’s working on next.

NEEDTOBREATHE began their partnership with the golf tournament in 2013, and the rest is history. Pulling in athletes, actors, musicians and people across the globe wanting to contribute to a good cause, the event has continued to grow, and gain national attention.

Charleston Wine + Food's Iron Mixologist shakes up the competition with an all-female roster of bartenders.

Last Wednesday Charleston was rocked by Mastodon, Eagles of Death Metal, and Russian Circles! See what went down!

The Gibbes Museum's Annual Winter Party is back and Society 1858 is upping the ante (and the bass) this year with live street art and a DJ straight outta Brooklyn, NY!

Guest Contributor Austin Trevor Covers Raleigh's Hopscotch Music Festival—The Good, The Bad, and The Problematic

A heavy dose of Athens psychedelic pop is coming to the Pour House this Saturday, September 3rd, the always enigmatic Of Montreal headlines with fellow Athenian Ruby the Rabbitfoot opening. Of Montreal is an obvious must see but make sure to get there in time to catch Ruby the Rabbitfoot work her magic.

We interviewed the choreographer and music director for the latest show by the Footlight Players!

Slow Runner Brings New Monsters Out To Play Today An Interview with Michael Flynn

The Broadcast is back on tour this spring in promotion of their upcoming album From the Horizon. Their second full length LP was produced by the renowned Jim Scott – a Grammy winning producer who has worked with The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, and more. Charleston GRIT was given access to the album ahead of release and it is phenomenal. It is grander in scope than their Dodge the Arrow debut – it sounds fuller, bigger. There’s no doubt that The Broadcast has matured and expanded, but they have not lost their signature soul swagger. It’s clear that Asheville has worn off on the band – you can hear hints of Appalachia sneaking into their sound and in some songs that tendency altogether takes the reins. The result is a delicious amalgam of Folk, Americana, and Soul.

Zach Bjur sits down with one of the last member's of Charleston's Mosquito Fleet, unsung heroes of Charleston's past.

T. Hardy Morris and the Hardknocks will be at The Royal American December 18th at 9 pm. Ten dollars gets you in to what is sure to be a raucous time. “It’s a fun show” says Hardy “the band has a lot of energy, I’m looking forward to getting back on the road with them. It’s different than anything else you’ll see this year, that’s for sure.”

As I wandered further and further back in the darkness, I had the distinct feeling of Alice in Wonderland when, after growing too big, she suddenly finds herself getting smaller and smaller, everything around her seeming enormously out of proportion...

I've already said I'm a fan of this band. Fine, I'm biased. Just give this CD a listen. If you hate it, tell me why. If you like it, throw the guys some cash and pay for the actual CD.

Eliot Lipp, a Brooklyn-based electronic music artist, came to the Charleston Pour House after ten years of global touring with opener Flamingosis to put on a memorable show for an energetic audience.