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Charlotte Baroody hits all the right notes in this emotional recap.

Entertainment takes center stage as this year's music lineup is five times larger than past festivals. Organizers announce new venue at Riverfront Park in North Charleston.

Athens-based band Family and Friends come to The Royal American in Support of their new album, Felix Culpa.

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

Did you miss out on the Bud Light Getaway? No worries. Meggie recapped the whole thing for you.

JJ Grey & Mofro will be at the Windjammer on June 28. Grit had the chance to talk with the frontman about his new album, Ol' Glory.

2 Trevors. One Music Farm.

Lee Ann Womack live!

Rising Appalachia gave Charleston an inspired performance with their sensual sound.

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

Actress joins Ibu for holiday gifting

Music lovers, your wish has been granted. #StayDry

The Dead Horses are on tour in support of Cartoon Moon with fellow roots band Mandolin Orange. They’ll be here in Charleston Sunday night, October 23rd. Doors open at 7:30, tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. It’ll be the Dead Horse’s first time in Charleston, so let’s be sure to give them a warm Lowcountry welcome!

This is a show that you are not going to want to miss. “Our country roots run deep, but I would say that we’re a honky-tonk band, we’re upbeat.” Edwards recommends checking out “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead” off of Goodbye Normal Street if you’re on the fence. Don’t worry we’ve got a live version here for you to check out. The show is $15 in advance, $17 at the door. Doors are at 8:00 pm. Get out to The Pour House and show the Turnpike Troubadours some Lowcountry love.

The Grammy nominated singer-songwriter discusses her inspiration, her upbringing, and one crazy bat.

If your Christian or political views point to hate, they are neither Christian or American.

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.

The Savannah Stopover festival, a three-day music fest held over multiple venues in historic downtown Savannah, was a blast—and not only because of that infamous open-container law.