Wow! What a fun and busy month. The Ear For Music Team has been celebrating the beginning of spring by bringing some awesome tunes to the lowcountry and beyond. We love being able to enhance this sunny warm weather with the soundtracks to match. Here is what we have been up to!
The steppin Stones return to the charleston pour house
It's finally time for The Steppin Stones to bring rock n' roll fever back to the city that we all call home. They will be accompanied by The Vegabonds and Piano. so be sure to get there early to catch all three high energy acts! The show starts at 8:00. You can RSVP and stay updated on the event here. We can't wait to see y'all there!
St. Patrick's Day in Savannah
First off, THANK YOU party people, for making this one of the most fun St. Patrick's Day Festivals we have ever experienced. We could not do this without your support and spirit! We love working with our largest client Wild Wing Cafe on our largest event for the of the year. City Market Savannah hosts (what we think) is the best party in town. This year we featured Chuck Courtenay Duo, A Nickel Bag Of Funk, DJ Unieq of The Club Bullies, Liquid Ginger, Dave Landeo, The Steppin Stones, The Midnight City, Whiskey Run, Ellen Drive, Tokyo Joe, U-Phonik, and Lyn Avenue. Everybody put on a great show! Here are some highlights:
Aaron Robinson doing what he does best: rocking out with Ellen Drive
Ear For Music Owner/Local Music Extraordinaire Rob Lamble manning the t-shirt gun
DJ Unieq kept the crowd moving all weekend
We loved seeing all of your beautiful smiling faces getting down on the dance floor. Cheers to you guys! We will see you next year.
This is such a fun event for such a good cause and we're always blown away by how well it comes together. Thank you to all who participated in helping raise money for Palmetto Medical Initiative!
The intimate showcase before the tournament was awesome and the room looked beautiful! The Cedar Room at the Cigar Factory is such a versatile venue. It is always a great time seeing it come together.
The Post-Tournament show was also amazing! Thank you to all who helped make this event a huge success. We were so lucky to be joined by some amazing musicians like Matt Kearney, Switchfoot, American Authors and Need to Breathe.
Last band standing at wild wing mount pleasant
Do you like healthy competition, loud music, wings, and beer? If you answered yes to any of the above, this competition is for you. Only at Last Band Standing can you battle it out with other local musicians who think they have what it takes to take home $100 in cold hard cash. Even the losers will be awarded with wings and beer, so everybody comes out ahead and us observers will have an amazing time watching it all unfold. If you think you or a friend has what it takes to go head to head with other talented local musicians, send an email with your band details to LastBandStanding@wildwingcafe.com for your chance to win! (Or lose, if you can even count it as losing.)
efm presents chatham county line with special guest red cedar review at the woolfe street playhouse
The Woolfe Street Playhouse is the perfect space to experience the more intimate side of the concert-going world. That is one of so many reasons why we are ready to put on our stompin' boots on April 7th and boogie with Raleigh Newgrass legends Chatham County Line. They will be joined by local act Red Cedar Review for what is sure to be a night to remember. Tickets are $18 advance and can be purchased at the door for $20. You can RSVP and stay updated about show information here.