March Newsletter

February has come and gone and we have so much to be thankful for/excited about as we ease into March.  Between putting on the Radney Foster show at the Woolfe Street Playhouse this past weekend, meeting with local musicians to discuss exciting new projects, planning Party at the Point (and some crazy awesome events in the coming months that we have yet to announce!!) and all of our day to day projects, we have been fully engrossed in our work and could not be happier about it.  Here is a small preview of some things we have been working on:

Reason #1 to be excited about March:  

The Steppin' Stones will take the stage at the Charleston Pour House on March 24 along with The Vegabonds and Piano to play what is always a mind-blowing show.  We're extra excited about this one because The Steppin' Stones haven't played in Charleston since December, so they will surely show the lowcountry some hometown love. You can find more information about the show and RSVP to the Facebook event here. 


Reason #2 to be excited about March:

It's time to say a bittersweet goodbye to local favorite Oysters on the Point by celebrating in the sand on March 12th from 2pm-6pm.  And before we even have time to be bummed about the end of OOTP season, we arrive at...


Reason #3 to be excited about March:

Party at the Point is set to return to its homeland--  the Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina on Friday April 29th. Party at the Point will kick off the season with Departure: The Ultimate Journey Tribute Band. This event is one of the most popular and anticipated series of the summer, and for good reason. What better way to soak in the summer sunshine than dancing in the sand, surrounded by the beautiful Charleston Harbor and all your friends?


Reason # 4 to be excited about march:

Quentin Ravenel is working on some awesome new projects and Ear For Music is so excited to work with him as these continue to grow.  Quentin Ravenel and Friends is a Charleston staple. If you are familiar with Charleston nightlife you have definitely heard his band rocking the house somewhere.  Anyway, definitely check him out if you're looking to boogie. The video below is just the tiniest example of the ridiculous things this guy can do.