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Devin Grant

From classic crooner to banjo pickers, the North Charleston Performing Arts Center has been having some amazing shows, and blogger Devin Grant makes sure you don't miss a note.

Blog of the Week is Devin Grant's interview with Jason Isbell's secret weapon, Sadler Vaden. See some of what he talks about with the videos attached.

Darius Rucker shows his SC pride as he returns to his hometown for a sold out show at the North Charleston Coliseum. With openers David Nail and Eli Young Band, fans got one music filled night

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.

Need some new tunes on your playlist? In the first of our three part recap, Tim and Devin give us their top picks of the best local and national albums released in 2013.

Plus! The local musician's video that became a huge Grit hit and where you can see him tonight... maybe for the last time

These three bands broke all of my rules for planning a big show—they're basically doing the opposite of what I'd do. But I'll tell you why this is still a big-time must-see performance...

Bloggers and friends gathered at The Alley last night to celebrate Grit's first anniversary. Click here for party pics—plus Gritty Awards!—from the birthday bash

What do men REALLY want? I've got an all-star (sort of...) panel of dads to tell you—hilarious answers, and some useful ones too (hints: beer, music, homemade stuff, beer, done)

This blog got plenty of laughs AND our vote. Find out what it is, plus a Friday afternoon treat (hint: it's hilarious and addictive and perfect for slow Friday afternoons...)

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!

Which local band has the best video of 2013? You help decide—the winner gets $250 bucks. Check out the first entry and give it a thumbs up or down...

Though you sure can't learn the definition of ironic from Alanis Morissette, I discovered Saturday night that if you listen closely, the Charleston duo Shovels & Rope can teach you a thing or two...

There was plenty of chatter over whether Tim was spot on in his assessment of Luke Cunningham's performance in particular...

When you perform at the Music Hall, make no mistake: it's SHOWTIME. How did the local acts do? Here's my take on performances by Luke Cunningham, Slow Runner, and the Explorer's Club

I have ideas, including Jason Isbell, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and the viability of a tribute band named ZZ Topless. Plus, we'll discuss which are better—real or fake. See? I have ideas...

A near year-end review of my go-to blog site (Editor's note: We SWEAR we didn't bribe Renae to write this)

I spoke with Zac Brown Band's Clay Cook about his musical roots (which include having—already—played in five huge acts), his pal John Mayer, Home Team BBQ, and what's in store for this weekend

... And as good as ever. The trio stopped by the North Charleston PAC on Wednesday, sharing songs from their new album, beloved 90's hits, and some top-notch entertainment

Devin's half-year wrap-up of music deaths got us feeling a little nostalgic—for the Beasties, the Bee Gees, and diva Donna Summer (may she finally find a little of that hot, hot pasta...)