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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.

Spoleto ended last night with a bang heard clear across the Lowcountry as Shovels and Rope, and an amazing fireworks show capped off Charleston's biggest festival.

Every musician creates music in their own unique way, but it takes a special person to create deep, soulful tunes that come from their heart and touch yours. This Charleston local tells us her story.

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.

Kevin Hanley and friends from Cord & Pedal Records pulled out all the stops for another spirited holiday program, this time at the Charleston Music Hall—Shovels & Rope, Rachel Kate Gillon, and more!

As Tyler Mechem prepares to move to Indiana, he'll be playing one last show this Friday. Get the scoop on where and when, plus the reason for the move and his take on the future of Chas' music scene

Heard the news? Charleston's own Shovels & Rope scored an impressive batch of nominations yesterday from the Americana Music Association. Get the scoop—and learn more about the duo—here

If you missed the Shovels & Rope show last Saturday, this is your must-read review. Like us, you'll make sure you get tickets next time...

The duo made a triumphant return to the Holy City Saturday with a sold-out show at the Charleston Music Hall. Didn't get a ticket? No worries! Actually... Yeeeaah, you really missed out. Recap HERE

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...

Charleston’s own Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent—aka Shovels & Rope—rocked the stage last night on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman, performing their single “Birmingham.” Watch it here

A unique blend of backgrounds and styles, could Shovels & Rope represent the new sound of the Lowcountry? I think so, but feel free to disagree