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Hootie and the Blowfish

South Carolina's native rock stars return to the stage in Columbia.

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When's the last time you sipped a glass of wine, slipped off your shoes, and stomped your feet in a 300 year old church?

Grit-worthy Charleston events 3/20–3/22. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Joined by Finnegan Bell and Marci Shore, Jim Avett's sold-out show at The Society of St. Thomas & St. Denis was a celebration of song and storytelling for the young and young at heart.

Music blogger Tim Brennan reviews the local band who just released their new, six-song album, Good Luck.

A name is not just a name, it's an idea, and no matter how a band chooses its name, one important fact remains. The name doesn't make the band, the band makes the name. Tim Brennan gives us more.

Most band names are stupid. Rolling Stone recently called "The Beatles" the worst name in rock. Dave Grohl called the "Foo Fighters" a stupid name. So, how do you make your band name less stupid?

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.

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.

Too many benefit shows to choose from? Well, the band A Fragile Tomorrow brings a new meaning to the word "benefit" with their show at the Windjammer this coming Saturday

Darius Rucker, Mark Bryan, and Cary Ann Hearst uncover the secret of songwriting at CofC's In The Mix Series. This once in a lifetime event gave a look at the true source of amazing music.

In the '90s, no band in town brought the noise better than Childrens Choir. Metal enthusiasts: Catch a rare live show from them (an anyone's-welcome wedding after-party) tomorrow at the Chs Music Hall

The guys in A Fragile Tomorrow have friends in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Yet locally, the power pop stars are virtually ignored. How 'bout we all take notice? We can start with their show TOMORROW

Do yourself a favor and read this: Local kids, too young to drink, set to release a CD with a major record producer at the controls. Why? There's much to A Fragile Tomorrow that may surprise you...

Topic A (Tyler Boone's new release, upcoming gig, and marketing scheme) + Topic B (Will local King City Records rule our airways?) = The Big Question: What does it take for a local band to make it?

Adding childcare rooms to bars, drug insanity, whether I’m the creepy old guy at the end of the bar, YES you can buy me a beer, and a dozen other sleep-deprived musings