Lineup for Mar. 19 Festival Also Includes Old Dominion, The Front Bottoms
By Jordan Lawrence | Friday, January 22, 10:55 am
St. Pat’s has come a long way these last few years, and this year’s music — while void of new breakthroughs — should certainly sustain that momentum.
Dubbed Infinite Room, the Group Has Settled on Three Trial Dates in February and March
By Jordan Lawrence | Thursday, January 21, 2:59 pm
When Conundrum Music Hall closed in October, the local music scene lost its most adventurous space.
Veteran indie Rock Producer Scott Solter Helmed the New Record, Due Mar. 4
By Kyle Petersen | Tuesday, January 19, 5:11 pm
The song marks a subtle yet distinct shift in the group’s sonic calculus.
Canonical Grunge Band Last Played Columbia in 2008
By Patrick Wall | Tuesday, January 19, 12:51 pm
2016 marks the band’s 25th year, so betting money is on the setlist drawing heavily from the band’s early albums.
Four Nights a Week, the Red Bank Bar Will Focus on Original Music
By Jordan Lawrence | Friday, January 15, 10:01 am
South Lake Saloon is a biker bar. Moe Clark readily admits this. She works at the Red Bank watering hole, where the entertainment has typically been dominated by karaoke nights and cover bands. But that’s about to change.
The Feb. 6 Festival Offers an Array of Local and Regional Talent
By Kevin Oliver | Thursday, January 14, 12:38 pm
New Orleans may get all the attention, but for the past five years, Columbia has hosted its own funky little Mardi Gras celebration at City Roots.
Jan. 14 at New Brookland Tavern
By Jordan Lawrence | Thursday, January 14, 8:42 am
We chatted with the Charleston band about the advantages of living all together, the valuable experience of playing in cover bands, and how Mitchell and his mates put a fresh spin on common influences.
The R&B Talent Looks Forward to Competing in Hollywood
By Eric Tullis | Friday, January 8, 11:54 am
The Columbia vocalist took advantage of her once-in-a-lifetime shot in front of American Idol judges Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick, Jr., and Keith Urban.
“BYOG” Celebrates the Recent Football Success of the Clemson Tigers
By Vincent Harris | Thursday, January 7, 12:25 pm
The song kicks off with a locker room speech in which Swinney says, “We’re going to dance our butts off tonight,” splicing a pounding beat with samples from Dabo’s Notre Dame speech and raucous crowd noise.
Acclaimed Singer and Rapper Wows Uncomfortably Dense Crowd
By Jordan Lawrence | Friday, January 1, 4:36 pm
Lauryn Hill's set was the kind that made it feel as though no obstacle is impossible to overcome.
Starting Jan. 1, the Band Will Be Known as GLASS MANSIONS
By Kevin Oliver | Thursday, December 31, 12:09 pm
Following the world-shaking terrorist attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, many things have been impacted.
“A Colossal Loss for Rock ‘n’ Roll”
By Free Times | Thursday, December 31, 9:50 am
"In the pantheon of music, nobody better epitomized the essence of rock ‘n’ roll than Lemmy Kilmister."
Yes, You Read That Right
By Patrick Wall | Thursday, December 17, 3:53 pm
So, weird, but awesome?
Dec. 15 at New Brookland Tavern
By Vincent Harris | Tuesday, December 15, 10:21 am
“My teeth are falling out of my rotting gums.” These are the first words that escape from Unsettled lead screamer Jake Armstrong’s mouth on the band’s new EP.
Her Collaborative Record With Billy Kelly Is Up for Best Children’s Album
By Patrick Wall | Monday, December 7, 10:06 am
Molly Ledford, leader of kid-friendly indie rock group Lunch Money, has been nominated for Best Children’s Album.
Sunday at Red Bank United Methodist Church
By Kyle Petersen | Friday, December 4, 3:57 pm
This Sunday, one of the Midlands’ more reliable holiday traditions returns for its 10th year.
Free Times Caught Up With the Atlanta Rapper Before a Recent Benefit in Columbia
By David Travis Bland | Monday, November 30, 10:11 am
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame waits In the green room at Columbia’s Music Farm.
Sunday at New Brookland Tavern
By Vincent Harris | Saturday, November 21, 11:49 am
Its rhythm section is somewhat raw and ragged, but otherwise, Columbia quintet Finding Lucy fits snugly into the emo-meets-punk-and-pop mode, somewhere between Blink 182 and Green Day
Nov. 20 at the Venue on Broad
By Kyle Petersen | Friday, November 20, 10:02 am
A lot has happened to The Mobros since they decided to drop out of college and start touring the country on the strength of their debut LP.
Friday at Tapp's Arts Center
By Kyle Petersen | Thursday, November 19, 4:19 pm
The line between performance art and live music has always been a blurry and, in some cases, an arbitrary one, as the bands on this bill prove.