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Spotlight on OliviaSade and her new video and album out now.

Check out coverage from this year's Charleston Mac Off at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium.

In the mood for a getaway? Check out New Orleans.

The Clash's lyrics say it best: "Should I stay or should I go now?/ If I go, there will be trouble/ And if I stay it will be double"

South Carolina raises another incredible musical ensemble, this one in the form of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart the founders of rock band NEEDTOBREATHE.

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

"My nephew has HDADD, high definition, attention deficit disorder. He can barely pay attention, but when he does, it's unbelievably clear." Steven Wright

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

Local artists Briahna Wenke and Sam Rueter create art by painting live models for their upcoming exhibit "Things They Carry."

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

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

The Floozies return to Charleston with an appearance at Chucktown Ball on Saturday, September 24th!

I couldn't stand country music, but something changed within me.

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.

Here's my play-by-play to the wild weekend that is the Southern Ground Music Festival.

Adam Gorlitzky, a local paraplegic, talks about his robotic leg system, attempts to raise awareness about the technology and his community, and desire to make history at the 39th Annual Cooper River Bridge Run.

No Ace of Base’s or Nirvana’s here, but rather a select tandem of artists you may not have heard in the wake of the musical bounty that was the 1990’s.

So far this has been a really exciting year for many reasons. One of them for me is the fact that UNC has been playing basketball at a high rate.

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.