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An inside look at what Andrew Copeland, lead guitarist for Sister Hazel, is looking forward to about the 12th annual Hazelnut Hangout in the area. The band has created countless memories: live music on the beach, the support from their Charleston family and even an entire festival weekend without air conditioning. According to Copeland, returning to the band's second home year after year seems only natural.

Concerts get intimate with enough money

At what point do you stop discovering new music?

Sure, local superstar Darius Rucker had a huge hit a couple years ago with "Wagon Wheel," but the band that cowrote that hit song with Bob Dylan played the PAC this past Tuesday night.

Grit-worthy events 1/30–2/1. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

The Charleston area is busting at the seams with amazing teachers and places to practice. YOGAPOP 3 promises to bring us all together for a night of yoga, music, and fun Will you be there?

Comedians Jeremy McLellan and Hunter Gardner seek laughs, diversity in The Puppy Dog Comedy Show

The pinnacle of springtime excitement here in Charleston has arrived, and is just getting started. Don't miss your chance to see everything this amazing festival has to offer.

In case you missed one of the best shows to come to Charleston in a while, newly reunited Nickel Creek, and eternally youthful Tony Bennett played stellar shows on two consecutive nights at the PAC.

Don't be a dummy. Whether you're a hardened veteran or a greenhorn, these tips for the Cooper River Bridge Run this Saturday will help you have the best time possible. Just don't throw up.

They say to "write what you know" and when it comes to singer songwriter Martin Sexton, I'm well aware that I basically turn into a teenage girl at an NSYNC concert, and I love it.

The first day of the Southern Ground Music & Food Festival featured great sets by AJ Ghent, Dawes, Natalie Maines, and a cover-heavy set by the Zac Brown Band

The Zac Brown Band returns to Daniel Island this weekend with an impressive pack of pals (like Willie Nelson, Band of Horses, and The Head & The Heart). Here are my top picks for the two-day show...

What did last weekend's Panic show with a crowd of thousands and a local house concert with a crowd of two-dozen have in common? Lots, actually. And if you were in that crowd—you were part of it

What's all this talk about molly? Given that we share the same name, I feel the need to debrief

I attended the Under The Sun Tour at the North Charleston Coliseum and realized a) the music of my youth is now considered "oldies" and b) the lead singer of Smash Mouth really sucks

Plus! Grit's 5 first-rate ideas for fighting this week's vicious news cycle and July-in-Charleston humidity (shark-hunting and ice cream cakes, anyone?)

Let freedom ring? The venomous chants and social media slamming don't represent the clear tone of the bell I would imagine freedom sounds like... Why silence isn't necessarily weakness