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If you're in the mood for a classic rock-and-roll show, check out Lucero at the Charleston Pour House on Tuesday.

Travis Meadows is a singer-songwriter with a hunger to keep going through all adversity. He's performing at the Pour House on June 26.

Looking for something to do this week? Check out Grit's curated list of happenings.

Tucked away along Morrison Drive, The Royal American has been serving up live music and 32-ounce signature punches for six years, but now they're serving up lunch!

NEEDTOBREATHE began their partnership with the golf tournament in 2013, and the rest is history. Pulling in athletes, actors, musicians and people across the globe wanting to contribute to a good cause, the event has continued to grow, and gain national attention.

Deljuan Murphy has been executive chef at Fleet Landing for just a few weeks,and he may not be “Hidden” for much longer.

2 Trevors. One Music Farm.

Charleston's indie rock scene just got a little younger.

Join the community in a celebration of unity Sunday following the Riverdog's baseball game. A community concert and live art demonstration is planned for A Day of Unity to benefit the International African American Museum.

Lake Street Dive exploded into the public eye in 2012 with a cover of Michael Jackson’s “I Want You Back.” The YouTube video shows off lead singer Rachel Price’s powerhouse vocals and put the band’s fun-loving vibe on full display; it went viral immediately and now boasts over three million views. Since then, they’ve released two full length albums—Bad Self Portraits and this year’s Side Pony—and they have established themselves as a perennial force in the music world. Recently Charleston Grit had the pleasure of chatting with Lake Street Dive guitarist Mike “McDuck” Olson about their latest album, their upcoming show at the Music Farm June 8th, and Hometeam BBQ—naturally.

If this is any indication of Joyner’s future direction, then Charleston music fans will be fortunate onlookers.

Americana singer Will Hoge makes his Holy City appearance at the Pour House this Sunday, April 24.

The Savannah Stopover festival is in its sixth year and is bringing an incredible lineup of musicians to Savannah from March 10th-12th. Don't miss hometown favorites The High Divers and Susto.

I've already said I'm a fan of this band. Fine, I'm biased. Just give this CD a listen. If you hate it, tell me why. If you like it, throw the guys some cash and pay for the actual CD.

Langhorne Slim & The Law to bring their raw live performance to The Pour House this month.

At what point do you stop discovering new music?

Indie darling Grace Joyner and ethereal bedroom-pop artist Hermit's Victory closed out the Hearts & Plugs Redux Residency on April 15 as the final show of the five-part series. Although the residency has come to an end, the series has undeniably catapulted the Charleston music scene and has brought recognition to these 10 deserving artists. #WednesdayisthenewFriday

Indie rockers Elim Bolt and ET Anderson headlined the sophomore show of the Hearts & Plugs Redux Residency, a five-show series showcasing 10 bands from the local music scene on Wednesdays. #WednesdayisthenewFriday

Dead 27s, one of my favorite local bands, prove that not only can they mesmerize onstage, but that they're also awesome dudes to talk to.

Accompanied by tour mate Matt Woods, Muscle Shoals's Red Mouth, and Charleston's She Returns From War, Rachel Kate wowed the packed house at Royal American last Friday.