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Country music legend Dolly Parton brought her Pure & Simple Tour to the North Charleston Coliseum and proved why, even at 70, she's a force to be reckoned with.

As Widespread Panic prepares to wind down it's touring schedule, the band paid another visit to the Lowcountry Friday night.

After finding mega-success in the 80s with Men At Work, singer-songwriter Colin Hay found further success as a solo artist. Devin Grant caught up with the artist to tap about life as an 80s rock star, his new album, and his upcoming show at the Charleston Music Hall.

Eddie Hogan, one of Lowcountry music's biggest supporters, passed away late last year. This Saturday at The Windjammer friends, family and musicians will gather for a day that celebrates Hogan's life.

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.

Oh no she didn't! After an Atlanta blog editor took Charleston to task for defending the city's honor, Devin Grant wrote a few words in reply.

The classic rock band Heart gave a superb performance Tuesday night at the PAC, spanning its own catalog and treating the sold-out crowd to some surprises.

After betting that the inappropriate humor in The Book of Mormon would cause massive walkouts, Devin Grant was proved pleasantly wrong as the PAC stayed packed for the award-winning musical.

Ingrid Michaelson played an intimate show at the Charleston Music Hall with guest Greg Holden.

As their star continues to rise in the world of Americana music, local self-described "sloppy tonk" duo Shovels & Rope returned to their home base for a beautiful and rowdy show at the PAC.

James Taylor turned in a near perfect performance Friday night at the North Charleston Coliseum that found the artist getting up close and personal with many of his fans.

Despite some rude and clueless audience members, Justin Townes Earle managed to charm the crowd at the Charleston Music Hall Sunday night.

Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band rocked the PAC Wednesday night, and Beatlemaniac Devin Grant was there with his son, a third-generation fan of the Fab Four.

After jumping ship and playing Daniel Island last year, Widespread Panic makes a triumphant return to the North Charleston Coliseum.

While it may not the best example of a movie musical, the 1974 Brian DePalma film Phantom of the Paradise is great campy fun. A newly released Blu-Ray/DVD version brings the cult film to the masses.

The Robert Cray Band teamed up with John Hiatt and The Combo for a night of great American music at the PAC

After a decade as one half of the Charleston electronic-rock band Slow Runner, Michael Flynn sets out on his own with a solo offering.

When a group of local musicians decided to pay tribute to that greatest of all white-boy soul groups, Hall & Oates, at the Pour House, the results were sublime.

The Dead have come to life as local band has released a great new collection of rock and soul music. Drummer Daniel Crider talks about what went into the creation of "Chase Your Devils Down."

Although blogger Devin Grant has never been a fan of the band 80's Classic Rock, he has to admit one band rocked out a harder than he was expecting them to at last Saturday night's show at the PAC.