Do You Hear What I Hear? It’s time for the 2nd Annual Tybee Christmas Cabaret!
This year our lineup features Broadway writer, singer, producer and part-time Tybee resident Jim Wann as host; opera singer, instrumentalist and instructor Rebecca Patrick Flaherty; along with vocalists J.J. Collins and Megan Wellman Blanton; the 13th Colony Sounds Barbershop Quartet, and a top-flight band featuring Steven Bryan on the keyboard, Bobby Hanson playing the harmonica, Bill Smith playing the guitar, Ryan Kelly on bass, and Chris Ames on drums.
The Christmas Cabaret features all-local Tybee and Savannah professional performers in a variety show format that includes holiday standards and carols. This year we will also be caroling with the audience and with such an exciting line-up reserved seats will go fast!
Sat. Dec. 15, 7:30 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium, $15 students
Do You Hear What I Hear? It’s time for the 2nd Annual Tybee Christmas Cabaret!
Get ready for some Rock 'N Roll on the keys!
In this third performance in a new musical series with the American Traditions Vocal Competition, we’re bringing Nat Zegree down from the Big Apple!
This kid has been performing since he was 3, but since moving to New York in 2014, Nat has been nominated for two Broadway World awards for his performance as Jerry Lee Lewis in the Ogunquit Playhouse production of Million Dollar Quartet for Best Lead Actor and Best Vocal Performance.
He has also been heard in Pasek and Paul’s new musical Dear Evan Hansen, which premiered at the Arena Theatre in Washington DC. Other credits include performances in: Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, The Wizard of Oz), Rocky (The Rocky Horror Show), Feste (12th Night), Flute (A Midsummer Nights Dream and Lord of the Flies; and he has also released a debut album, entitled “Fly More Than You Fall.”
Sun. Dec. 16, 3 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium
Two of the area’s best-loved bands and a few of their special guests share the stage for an evening of rock and roll, rhythm and blues, Americana and soul music – plus plenty of Yuletide cheer and holiday songs (both classic and obscure).
First up is a full set by Bottles & Cans. Led by guitarist and deep-voiced singer Ray Lundy, this shining light on the regional music scene has been entertaining crowds for close to two decades with their swampy brand of old, country blues and toe-tappin’ rave-ups. Their longtime lineup of drummer Josh Safer and harmonica player Marty Ellis will be joined for this performance by bassist Thomas Mitz and the dazzling female vocals of Laiken Love.
The Magic Rocks follow with a full set of their own. An island favorite that is known for their high-energy rock shows, inventive arrangements and impressive three-part vocal harmonies, this electric power trio of guitarist Craig Johansen, bassist Ronny Kersey and drummer Jim Reed is an established favorite at festivals, benefits, nightclubs and all manner of area venues. They will be joined by the lovely and talented female vocalist Amy Ochoa.
Philip Reynolds Price, one of the most versatile and in-demand keyboardists in the Southeast will add piano, organ and synthesizer to both bands’ sets, and will be on-hand for the big finale which will feature all the musicians onstage together, ending the night with a few timeless Christmas tunes.
Don’t you dare miss it!
Fri., Dec. 7, 8 pm. Tickets $15
Join us at Coach's Corner November 23 for a great Old School Reunion with Monkey Man and Junkyard Angel....many more bands to follow. All funds raised will go to support Oatland Island Rehabilitation.
Our second concert in partnership with American Traditions Vocal Competition brings two outstanding performers to our stage: Joshua Carswell, the 2012 Gold Medalist and Rebecca Odorisio, a three-time finalist in the prestigious national singing competition, performing with Kim Steiner.
A native of North Carolina, Joshua Carswell graduated from Elon University with the university’s prestigious Presser Music Scholar award. He has been a featured soloist in both Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium and on the Grand Ole’ Opry. Joshua has performed alongside the Greensboro Opera, Cape Cod Symphony, Savannah Philharmonic as well as the North Carolina Symphony. He currently resides in Nashville, where in addition to his active touring schedule with top-ten Billboard charting group the Annie Moses Band, he works as a session musician and vocal coach.
Joshua has recently been busy in theaters across the nation performing his solo show entitled The Monet of Melody. Joshua's breathtaking agility creates a signature sound, singing pop originals, folk melodies, and stunning interpretations of beloved American classics from Johnny Mercer to Hank Williams. He is set to release his new original album "Innerspace" in Spring 2019.
Rebecca "Bex" Odorisio left Philly for New York at the age of eighteen to study at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Since earning her B.F.A., she has worked her away across a wide theatrical spectrum, performing everything from Shakespeare to Sondheim to Strayhorn.
Rebecca, now living in Manhattan, places equal emphasis on musical, comedic, and dramatic pursuits. She is the recipient of the 2015 and 2016 Ben Tucker Jazz Award and the 2016 Johnny Mercer Award from the American Traditions Competition, the 2015 All-Star Champion of the Cabaret Showdown, and a proud member of America's Sweethearts, an all-female trio that performs in the style of the Andrews Sisters.
Fri. Nov. 16, 8 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium
Join us this Sunday afternoon for a concert celebrating the 109th birthday of Savannah’s favorite son, the immortal Johnny Mercer! A half dozen of the Coastal Empire’s most accomplished singers accompanied by a three-piece ensemble will fill our concert hall with all the classics, from Blues in the Night and Summer Wind to Accentuate the Positive and In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening.
Presented by the Friends of Johnny Mercer and produced by Chris Chandler, this entertaining matinee production features guitarist and songwriter, Jim Wann, composer of the Tony-nominated Best-Musical “Pump Boy’s and Dinettes.” Jim celebrated the 25th anniversary of his hit show with an original cast reunion at New York’s Feinstien’s/54 Below.
Other noted performers include alto sax player and former director of Armstrong Atlantic State Universities Jazz Program, Randall Reese. Singer-songwriter Gary Swindell will be accompanied by guitarist James Lee Smith. They will perform unique arrangements of ‘Mercer’ classics. And Keith Gay, owner of Tybee Beach Vacation Rentals, will open the show singing several Mercer classics. He will be joined onstage by sons Cody Gay and Keith Gay Jr. performing “Old Black Magic.”
We’ll have a special appearance by the Groves High School singing the Mercer/Chris Chandler collaboration, ”A Merry Christmas to You All.”
Musical accompaniment will be provided by the Tybee Post Trio: Chris Chandler on piano, Johnnie Kennedy on bass; Marc Cordray on drums, and Randall Reese on alto sax.
Sunday, Nov. 18, 3 pm. Tickets $20
This month, Tybee City Limits is bringing back a very special brother-sister – Eric Culberson and his big sister, Kris Youmans! They played to a sold-out house of family and fans, and we thought we’d bring them back for an encore.
First up is the Eric Culberson Band! Culberson, as everyone around here knows, is the finest blues guitarist in the Southeast and his hard-working band, with Johnathan Hill on bass and Larry Duff on drums, deliver a high-energy performances that is a healthy dose of traditional blues with a modern sonic palette; familiar, yet altogether refreshing as they play clubs and festivals from Savannah to the Keys. Their sound is a mix of traditional blues
Following Eric is his big sister’s highly acclaimed country band, Kris Youmans & Her Mighty Fine Band, winner of the 2016 Georgia Country Awards for Traditional Artist. Youmans’ songwriting style is strongly Roots influenced, and traditional and southern as her hometown of Savannah. Her band, now based in Newnan, including Barefoot Slim on Steel Guitar, David Puett on Guitar, Patrick Thompson Bass and Jerry Lee Percussion, help to achieve that high and lonesome sound which is the signature to their shows. Kris slips in her band’s own original western-infused songs between Hank Sr. & Lefty Frizzell covers.
With any luck, we’ll be able to get these two outstanding band’s together for an extended encore!
Saturday, Nov. 10, 8 pm. Tickets $15
Come celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the White Album with Abbey Road LIVE!, the Southeast's premier Beatles tribute band.
In 1968, The Beatles were at the top of their game. They had ushered in rock's psychedelic era with their groundbreaking Sgt Pepper album., and successfully completed the transition from mop-topped pop superstars to sophisticated songwriters. Meanwhile their musical output was growing more prolific.
By the summer of 1968, John, Paul, George and Ringo had written so many new songs that a regular two-sided album simply wouldn't suffice. And so on Nov 22, 1968 they released a double LP simply titled The Beatles, which immediately came to be known as the "White Album". The 4 sides of vinyl contained thirty songs that covered vast swaths of musical ground - rock n roll, blues, folk, country, ska, avant-garde, and even heavy metal.
Come hear the best of the White Album come to life as Abbey Road LIVE! pays tribute to this amazing musical work! Favorites such as Back In The U.S.S.R, Dear Prudence, and While My Guitar Gently Weeps will be performed alongside rarely heard oddities like Bungalow Bill, Piggies, and Happiness is a Warm Gun.
Additionally, the show will include a second set of tunes spanning the entire Beatles catalog!
Fri. Nov. 9, 8 pm Tickets $20 general admission
On Monday, November 5th 2018, JAZZ FOR ALL AGES will feature Award-Winning vocalist and Jazz Corner favorite RONNIE LEIGH with his Octet who will perform a powerful JAZZ and SOUL Tribute honoring the music of Al Jarreau, George Benson, Lou Rawls, Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder and many more!
"After 40 years in the music biz, working with everyone from Smokey to Aretha to Ray Charles, and after 30 years of watching this guy, all I can tell you is that he’s one of the finest song stylists working in jazz today. But it doesn't stop there. He's also one of the finest Soul and R & B stylists I've ever heard and an amazing entertainer. The guy's the complete package. And it's not even remotely hype to mention him in the same sentence with the great Lou Rawls and the amazing Donny Hathaway." ~ Frank Malfitano, founder, Syracuse Jazz Fest
Purchase Tickets Now! http://www.jazzforallages.com/event/ronnie-leigh/
This year’s four-day event launches JAZZ FOR ALL AGES onto the national spotlight with a music program comparable to some of the top jazz festivals in the world.
The sensational fourteen year-old superstar prodigy and three-time Grammy-nominated pianist Joey Alexander will headline our Sunday, November 4th, 2018 event at the Sonesta Resort. Joey has appeared on 60 Minutes, The Today Show with Lester Holt, and the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.
Wynton Marsalis says of Joey, “There has never been anyone that you can think of who could play like that at his age. I love everything about his playing – his rhythm, his confidence, his understanding of the music.” This will be Joey's first visit to Hilton Head Island.
Purchase Tickets Now! http://www.jazzforallages.com/event/joey-alexander/
Celebrating the timeless music of Chicago! Rock. Roll. Horns. Chi-Town Transit Authority is a rocking seven-piece band created in the image of the original configuration of the stylish rock group Chicago. Each band member authentically recreates the sound of the original members – the bass player sings the Peter Cetera parts, the keyboardist sings the Robert Lamm parts, etc. Stunning vocals always in original keys, from three lead singers. Chicago is known for hits such as “Just You ‘n’ Me,” “Saturday in the Park,” “You’re the Inspiration,” “Hard Habit to Break” and many more.
But for Laurence Cohen, trombonist for Chi-Town Transit Authority, Chicago’s early years particularly offer up musical gems. The tribute band’s name is inspired by the name of Chicago’s debut album from 1969, “Chicago Transit Authority.” Among those earlier songs, Cohen has enjoyed rediscovering “Wake Up Sunshine,” which is happy and Beatles-esque, and the more rock and blues-influenced, “South California Purples.”
Sat. Nov. 3, 8 pm. Tickets Reserved, $20/$25 premium
This evening celebrates the life of Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, two powerhouses who have been made a major impact in the shaping of American music. Sinatra lived the songs he sang while Ella sang the songs the everyone else lived. Sinatra thought the world of Ella! He said: “Ella Fitzgerald … is the greatest popular singer in the world, barring none—male or female.” That's a lot coming from the crooner who melted every woman's heart! With a rich friendship that lasted through many decades, it is a pleasure to honor them with two of Savannah's finest singers!
Born a decade too late, Trae Gurley’s voice embodies the heart and mind of jazz greats. His influences are vast, but his voice specializes in the smooth sounds of Sinatra and the sophisticated styling of The American Songbook legends. Performing songs from tunes like Mercer, Porter, Gershwin, Cahn along with a few of Sinatra's torch songs and the result is a mesmerizing mix touching on all the styles of jazz. For the past 25 years, Trae has been performing the songs that speak to him. He's older than he looks! Aside from Sinatra, you've probably seen Trae's recent performance of Elvis' 1967 Album, "How Great Thou Art". Did we also mention Trae can take your breath away performing Ray Charles?!
Laiken Love has captured the hearts of many, with a voice that can fill a room and sweeten your heart. Laiken's sound embodies the influence of Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, and Etta James. She's also been known to embody the soulfulness of the late great Aretha Franklin. Laiken's repertoire is pretty expansive! You never know what she'll sing! You've seen her all around town performing with her band Fellowship of Love. Did we mention that she's a classically trained singer?!
This night will not be complete without Savannah's favorite jazz group, The Eric Jones Trio! Eric Jones is a has made a major impact on the Savannah jazz scene. When he's not performing he's teaching music at Savannah State University. You can catch his group weekly at Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant. Members include Marc Chesanow and Robert Saunders.
This show will definitely be a night to remember! Get your tickets today!
Celebrating Our 30th Year!
The Shalom Y’All Jewish Food Festival, will be held on Sunday, October 28, from 11 am until 3 pm.
This year, the event will be held in Monterey Square.
The festival draws about 10,000 attendees annually. Participants of all ages will enjoy a taste of ethnic Jewish cuisine as well as family entertainment including music and dance.
There is no admission charge for the festival. Food purchases are by tickets, which are sold in advance at the temple office, and at the event (at full price). Gift items can be purchased by cash and by credit or debit card.
Location: Monterey Sq. Savannah, GA
Date: Sunday, October 28th 11a.m. - 3 p.m.
Come try some homemade Jewish foods like sizzling Sephardic lamb, corned beef sandwiche, latkes, blintzes, and dance off the calories to the sounds of klezmer music while the kids get their face painted and play games. There is something for everyone!
The Dirty Doors – the ultimate celebration of the music of The Doors – will set the night on fire with the energy, excitement, and passion of the timeless music of Jim Morrison and The Doors like no other tribute band.
The Doors were unique and among the most controversial and influential rock acts of the 1960s, mostly because of Morrison’s lyrics and charismatic but, er, unpredictable stage persona.
This Atlanta-based classic rock band, The Dirty Doors, fronted by Reed Barrickman, faithfully recreate a Doors concert in sound and stage presence with as many as 30 classic Doors hits like “Light My Fire,” “Riders On The Storm,” “Hello, I Love You,” and “L.A. Woman.”
Sat. Oct. 27, 8 pm. Tickets $20 Buy Tickets
Join Savannah PRIDE and the LGBTQ community for another FABULOUS year of PRIDE!!!
Masqueerade - Thursday Oct. 25th
(It’s time to VOGUE! Get your house in order and get ready to show off your skills)
OUT in Savannah - Friday Oct. 26th
OUT In Savannah VIP Experience - Friday Oct. 26th
Pride Festival - Saturday Oct. 27th
Savannah Pride Pawrade (https://www.savannahpride.com/pridepawrade)
Drag Trolley Tours
History & Art Exhibit
Education Panels & Forums
Downtown Takeover Pub Crawl (https://www.savannahpride.com/downtowntakeover)
Savannah Pride Prom - Teen Event - Saturday Oct. 27th
Official Savannah Pride After Party - Saturday Oct. 27th (Club One)
Special Halloween Show!! 80's style!!
If you missed their SOLD OUT show here in July, this is your chance!! If you were here, we are sure you will be back and bring some friends. The band has lots of new material and a completely updated stage props and stage wear to go with our new stage. Seriously, you DO NOT want to miss this!
'84 is the nation's most amazing Van Halen tribute show with so many secret weapons. This show can not be matched! It's that simple. If you want to take a trip back in time and see a full Van Halen show, so convincing you won't believe your eyes and ears, make sure you are here!!!
Be here promptly at 7pm to claim your space next to the stage and catch special guest Ethan Senger laying down an Acoustic Rock N Roll show to get things started!
Get your tickets NOW!!! Back to '84 we go!
Three beautiful singer-songwriters from opposite coasts come together on the Tybee Post Theater stage for an incredible night of music.
Jill Knight, a native of Savannah, now based out of LA, has an unmistakable soulful sound blending Americana and Blues and weaving in a little R&B. Winner of countless songwriting awards, Performing Songwriter Magazine says, "It’s hard to say which is better-the song or the way Jill Knight sings it." Jill has toured and shared stages with India Arie, Shawn Colvin, John Prine, The Doobie Brothers, Roger McGuinn, Chris Isaak, Delbert Mclinton and many others.
Danielle Howle captivates audiences with her stunning vocal ability, contagious energy, and incredible songwriting skills. Her music ranges from country swamp blues to jazz to Americana. Danielle has opened for legendary musicians such as Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Sam Bush, The Avett Brothers, and the Indigo Girls. She’s currently touring with Amy Ray.
Grammy nominated-Caroline Aiken was born in Atlanta and spent years of touring and performing from New York to California, but moved back to Atlanta in the early ‘80s opening for the likes of Arlo Guthrie, Muddy Waters, Doc Watson, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat and more
Sat. Oct. 20, 8 pm Tickets $20
Come meet our many talented artist that are participating in the 2018 show on Saturday October 20th. You can click on the artist names below and visit their detailed bio page prior to attending to show. We have many vendors that have been joining us for over 6 years and many new ones, all with exciting goods to offer you. Come check them out on Bluff Drive (between Rose and Rosenbrook Avenues)
The Art Show takes place between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Isle of Hope Marina pavilion, Bluff Drive (between Rose Avenue and Rosenbrook Avenue), Rose Avenue and Paxton Park.
Formed in 1952, The Platters crashed through the music industry’s racial barriers with enduring songs, “Only You (and You Alone),” “Enchanted,” “Magic Touch,” and No. 1 hits “My Prayer,” “Twilight Time,” and the incomparable “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.” With a current lineup including veteran performers of film, stage, and screen, The Platters continue to captivate audiences of all ages worldwide with great storytelling, soaring voices, and dazzling choreography.
The Classic Rock and R&B band from Statesboro, The Dukes perform all over Southeast Georgia delighting packed audiences with a unique mix of classic songs from Al Green, Steely Dan, The Eagles, The O’Jay’s, The Isley Brothers, The Allman Brothers, and similar artists. Lead singer Kendall Hadden calls it “Rock and Soul!” One fan recently remarked “Some of the best live talent in the southeast. They play what other bands can’t/don’t.”
It’s a band of veteran musicians, with Hadden averaging 100 dates each year; Frank Farr on drums, who toured for seven years with regional super group, Snow and played on the Randy Meisner tune “Love Me Or Leave Me Alone;” Jerry Roberson on keyboard and piano; Sean Kent on bass and guitar, playing in various bands over the past 20 years, including the popular south Georgia staple known as Squakbox; and Jay Stewart on lead quitar, who has performed with Brian Dunn (Hall & Oates), Jason Miles (Miles Davis), Neil Jason (Dire Straits, John Lennon) and had a cut on the Billboard jazz charts.
When these five guys blend their respective backgrounds together the results are an exciting mix of Soul, R & B, Classic Rock and harmony vocals. Where else can you hear “Fooled Around and Fell in Love” (Elvin Bishop), “Who’s That Lady” (Isley Brothers), and “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” (Steely Dan) from the same band in the same night?!
Sat. Oct. 13, 8 pm. Tickets $15
EXPERIENCE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC UNDER THE STARS – JOIN THE LONG BAY SYMPHONY FOR POPS IN MARINA PARK
Bring your lawn chairs and your friends to enjoy a relaxing evening in the park with a concert of popular movie and show tunes as well as some of the world’s favorite classics. The Long Bay Symphony, under the baton of Charles Jones Evans will present a fun-filled concert with a wide variety of popular selections, from movie themes (Harry Potter, Hook, Pirates of the Caribbean) and Broadway classics (Oklahoma, Wicked) to iconic orchestral classics (Bizet’s Carmen, Sabre Dance, Malagueña) and classic Americana.
The concert will take place in beautiful Marina Park along the Intracoastal Waterway. You’ll also enjoy fun & games, wine & beer, as well as gourmet bites.
ALL AGES | FREE PARKING | BRING YOUR BLANKETS & LAWN CHAIRS
Grande Dunes blanket for the first 100 attendees!
Adult tickets are $20.00 and $10.00 for kids.
LAWN OPENS AT 4PM
RAIN DATE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14
Kimberly Hawkey is a singer, dreamer, lyricist and song revivalist, from New York State. Floating between New York City, the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains, she paints a time-defying soundscape using her crystal-clear voice across familiar and original melodies; at times soaring and whimsical; at times brassy and witty - but rarely without an element of surprise. A modern experience of new and old, audiences can expect to hear a thoughtfully curated blend of vaudeville, hot jazz, folk music, cabaret and contemporary jazz flowing seamlessly through the ages.
ATC on Tybee is a new concert series that represents a collaboration between the American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) and the Tybee Post Theater. The concert series will feature performances by ATC performers -- Kim is the 2013 ATC Gold Medalist and she will be accompanied by Assaf Gleizner on our Steinway grand piano.
Kimberly recently finished a run of her new show, Music of the Night, with her band, The Swingaroos at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, Florida. In addition to being a skilled vocalist and bandleader, Kimberly is a multi-instrumentalist, varying from kazoos and washboards, to “mouth trumpets” and banjos. Hawkey is a bonafide musical superstar – don’t miss this great performance for one night only at the Tybee Post Theater!
Friday, Oct. 12, 8 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium
Let’s call it 8 pm at the Oasis! Maria Muldaur, the Grammy-nominated American folk, roots and blues singer is live on our stage at our own oceanside oasis. Yes, Pirate’s Fest is entertaining the South End, but we’ve got a ‘70s superstar taking us on a journey back to our carefree youth (well, some of us!)
Beginning her career as a member of the Even Dozen Jug Band (also featuring John Sebastian and David Grisman), Muldaur was a staple in the Greenwich Village folk revival of the early 1960’s. In 1973, her first solo album included the mega hit “Midnight at the Oasis,” one of the most memorable songs of the 1970’s. Her second album included the hit anthem, “I’m A Woman.”
But here’s something you don’t know. Muldaur, has since released over forty albums exploring a range of American Roots Music, including blues, jazz, R&B, gospel, big band and others as well as releasing several award-winning children’s albums. Albums, that combined have been granted six Grammy nominations and several Blues Music Award nominations.
In the process, Maria has collaborated with everyone from Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Dr. John, Stevie Wonder, Hoagy Carmichael, Grateful Dead and countless others. This fall, she’s on a national tour, supporting her first new album in five years “Don’t you Feel my Leg,” a tribute to Blue Lu Barker.
Friday, Oct. 5, 8 pm Maria Muldaur Live! Tickets $20/$25 premium
John Morris Russell will lead the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra in an evening of music from the greatest movies of Hollywood featuring all of your favorite film scores for two evenings.
Gates Open 6:00 pm Concert Begins 7:30 pm
TICKETS: CALL 843-842-2055
Trumpeter/vocalist Byron Stripling and vocalist Carmen Bradford join the CSO for an evening of jazz duets and solos in celebration of American legends Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. Featuring hits from the Great American Songbook, this performance recreates one of the most memorable collaborations in music history, and will leave you saying, "What a wonderful world!"
Tonight, it’s the Fall Equinox; your moon is full, your days will start getting shorter and your nights longer, and tonight you’ll fall in love all over again with the Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love!
The Sapphire Bullets, the legendary rhythm & blues big band, has been rocking Savannah for over 25 years, playing dance and listening favorites from Steely Dan, Toto, Tower of Power, James Brown and more.
The band shines with The Bonaventure Horns, a section of two trumpets, trombone, sax and baritone sax, adding the big band punch to the standards as well as many current songs. You won't be able to sit still once this group of seasoned professionals kicks it off...all the way through the (inevitable) encore!
Two guitars, bass, a real Hammond Organ, two drummers and a singer promise that you'll have a great night of listening and dancing in the aisles!!
Sat. Sept. 22, 8 pm Tickets, Reserved seats, $20 & $25 premium
Who's the NEXT upcoming artist in country music from Savannah? Come to Coach's Corner on September 8th to for the NASH Next Savannah competition showcase. These emerging country artists are competing for the chance to perform in Nashville on October 11th for the finals of this national search for stardom. There will be a special performance by Radio Romance, last year's NASH Next winners! This event starts at 7pm and is open to the public!
Satisfaction/The International Rolling Stones Show is the international touring tribute show to the one of the world's greatest rock & roll bands.
This Billboard & Pollstar highly-rated show is entering its18th year in production with over 3,500 performances around the world, including the nation’s top casinos, performing arts centers, music halls and corporate clients.
Performing up to 150 shows a year, this highly acclaimed production showcases the most authentic cast and costuming of its kind. The likes of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and cast bring a colorful performance to over 50 years of classic hits. They have been featured in Rolling Stone magazine, Showbiz Magazine, Las Vegas Today, CBS Sunday Morning news and hundreds of national newspapers, magazines, television and radio as the world’s greatest show honoring the Rolling Stones and their legacy.
Rolling Stone magazine: "One of the best tribute shows in the world!"
Sat. Sept. 1, 8 pm. Reserved seating, $25
Madam Company has set out to be the Southeast’s (and beyond!) premier Bad company/Free/Paul Rodgers tribute band. 5 seasoned musicians have come together to pay homage to some of the most celebrated music of the classic rock era! No Bad Company tribute band would be complete without a Paul Rodgers frontman, or in this case, front-Woman. Melanie's soulful voice and grit-filled delivery make her the ultimate female Paul Rodgers! Madam Company Delivers all of your favorite radio hits as well as an assortment of more obscure songs for the die hard fans! Hard Driving, no frills rock and roll along with the “Anthems” that you cannot help but sing along with while paying attention to the details including the right sound and attitude. Providing an electrifying experience in every song