Happy Birthday, Erika!
We’re a few days late with posting this month’s Monthly Encore, not only because Hurricane Florence blew us a little off track last week, but also because Saturday, September 15th was Erika’s birthday!
If you’re reading this, you’re likely very familiar with Erika and what she does for Ear for Music. If you’re new to EFM, keep scrolling to read more about her.
Erika Lamble is a Booking Agent with Ear For Music and also serves as the Office Manager for the entire EFM team. She exclusively represents DJ Natty Heavy (voted Charleston’s #1 DJ by The City Paper every year since 2013), DJ R Dot, DJ Y Not, Seth G, and The Secrets for weddings and private events.
A Fundamental member of our team for the past 4 years, she is the point person for all clients including Planners, Venues, Engaged Couples, and anyone that is simply planning a party. Count on Erika to be attentive and genuinely excited about the musical aspects of your event.
Erika is a lover of live music and has been attending shows since her early teens. Some of her favorite live shows have been Ryan Adams at Red Rocks, The Avett Brothers at First Flush Festival, and Roger Waters at The Barclays Center.
Moon Taxi w/ RIPE at Charleston Harbor Resort on 9/29!
This show on September 29th at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina is getting close and tickets are still available. Along with Ripe, Moon Taxi will be joined by Magic City Hippies and DJ NattyHeavy. The show is presented by The Bridge at 1055 with help from our friends at Bud Light & Wicked Weed Brewing. Tickets are available now at Ticketfly!
20 RIDE Performs at The Windjammer on Friday, September 28th
Ear for Music and The Windjammer are proud to present 20 RIDE, America’s #1 Zac Brown Tribute Band on Friday, September 28th for their Windjammer debut.
Doors | 9pm
Show | 10pm
Advance | $12
Day of Show | $15
20 RIDE is American Country/Folk music at it's finest and they are taking audiences by storm. As Zac Brown's tour manager Paul Chanon said, "I had to do a double take the first time I saw him. I thought it was really Zac."
Get tickets for the show at The Jammer early at the link below!
RESCHEDULED: Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir
Hurricane Florence caused us to have to postpone our show with Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir at the Charleston Music Hall. This show has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 25th.
If you have a ticket already and can come on the new date, hang on to your original ticket, as these will be honored for the new date.
If you cannot make the new date, you can get a refund from your original point of purchase. If you need help, please email email@example.com or call 843-853-2252 to request a refund.
Blue Dogs Soon to Announce Special Guests for 6th Annual Reunion & 30th Anniversary Show
Congrats on Best DJ, Natty Heavy!
DJ Natty Heavy was recently asked to write an essay in celebration of the Post & Courier Charleston’s Choice 2018 Award Winners. Of course, he chose to write about dancing and why Charleston’s one of the best places around to get your groove on.
Congrats to all the Charleston’s Choice winners, including Best DJ, DJ Natty Heavy!!
Dickey Betts Band in Augusta, GA!
We’re thrilled to be able to announce our second show with Dickey Betts Band this year. This time, we’ll be joining him in Augusta, GA at The Bell Auditorium on Friday, November 1st. Joining him will be The Devon Allman Project and Duane Betts. It’s going to be another epic show!
Learn more and get tickets early at the link below.
JUST ANNOUNCED: Greg Humphrey’s Electric Trio at The Commodore
Greg Humphreys Electric Trio is returning to Charleston for a show at The Commodore on Thursday, October 25th at 8pm.
Music fans are familiar with Humphreys from his years leading North Carolina faves Dillon Fence and Hobex. With songs influenced by the best in pop, funk, soul, R&B, and rock n' roll, you might find Greg Humphreys Electric Trio in the same soul centric corner of the big Americana tent where you'd find Alabama Shakes or Lake Street Dive.
The Electric Trio formed in New York City in 2014 when Greg took to local stages with fellow seasoned southern transplants drummer Keith Robinson and bassist Matt Brandau.
The band is putting the finishing touches on a second studio album, scheduled for release in the fall of 2018. The new album will focus on the ‘70s influenced funk & soul songs that characterize the band’s rousing live shows, which often stretch late into the night or early into the next morning and devolve into sweaty dance parties
Tickets will be sold at the door at The Commodore.
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