Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming Show & 28th Anniversary Concert RECAP

We hope all of you had an amazing holiday season! We sure did. We had the pleasure of working with our good friends, Blue Dogs, again for their 4th Annual Homecoming Show and 28th Anniversary Concert. The two-night event began at an intimate affair at Music Farm Charleston on December 27, 2016 when talented artists and bands from Charleston, SC took to the stage and captivated their audience with their hauntingly beautiful voices, zealous playing, and all around compelling performances that kept half of their veiwers' eyes locked on them, unable to peel their eyes away, and the other half lost in the melody, dancing the night away. At the end of the first night, some of the Blue Dogs and their friends closed out the show on a howling note leaving their Dog People delightfully wagging their tails for the main event the following night. 

Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming Show & 28th Anniversary Concert took place on December 28th at Charleston Music Hall. As the crowd shuffled into The Hall, all of the bands prepared themselves backstage for the event of the year; all while remembering the great reason for this event in the first place. Every year about 16,000 kids are diagnosed with cancer in the United States alone and cancer is the leading cause of death for kids in the United States. Many of these kids end up at MUSC for treatment. Although, these kids are always welcomed at MUSC for treatment, unfortunately, some are turned away due to not enough rooms or inadequate means to treat them. For this reason, Blue Dogs and friends, along with all of the sponsors who contributed, Press On Fund, and Ear For Music created this event to raise money to build the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital equipped with more rooms and better technology to give the children who come through the doors a better chance at winning their fight with cancer, and to help fund pediatric cancer research. As the audience members anxiously sat in their seats awaiting for the show to begin, the house lights shut off and the stage lights flashed on as a huge cheer rang across the venue. The main event had officially begun. Throughout the night, bands scurried on and off the stage and the crowd cheered, danced, donated, and drank merrily. Towards the end of the night, backstage in a secret room, we received some amazing and shocking news from an anonymous donor that gave chills to many and even brought tears to a few. Following the jaw-dropping news, Press On Fund agreed to match what was donated, and at approximately 11pm on Wednesday, December 28, 2016, the official check was signed and given to MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital for pediatric cancer research for a grand total of $151k plus the other donations that had yet to be counted. Everyone cheered, hugged, and cried! We officially raised 3x more than what we raised last year and we couldn't have done it without the help of all of the bands who performed, all of the sponsors who contributed, all of the donors who donated, Music Farm Charleston, Charleston Music Hall, Press On Fund, MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital, 4 Good, Tito's, JEM Marketing/Taco Bell, Blue Dogs, and all of you who have supported us and the Blue Dogs over the years. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! 

28th Annual Blue Dogs Homecoming Show

Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming & 28th Anniversary Concert and Super Goo Jam


Let the countdown begin! Just over a month away from the best two shows of the year, Super Goo Jam and Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming & 28th Anniversary Concert. We are very excited to announce that Shawn Camp & Cary Hudson of Blue Mountain will be joining us at The Charleston Music Hall this year!! So, mark your calendars for December 27th and 28th and join us for a fun-filled, two-night stand full of talented bands, charity, and camaraderie. The Super Goo Jam will kick off the first night at Music Farm Charleston on December 27th at 8PM, doors will be at 7PM, tickets are $10, and some of the bands that will be making the night memorable are Guilt Ridden Troubadour, Sally & George (featuring Joel Timmons of Sol Driven Train), Ward Buckheister, Finnegan Bell, Doug Jones, Danielle Howle, The Kenny George Band, and many more artists to be announced. Also, Cary Hudson of Blue Mountain will be doing a head lining set at the Super Goo Jam with Guilt Ridden Troubadour for all you Blue Mountain fans!! 

On December 28th, Charleston's country-rock band the Blue Dogs will once again take over the Charleston Music Hall--along with some special guests and friends--this year to celebrate 28 years of making music! This show marks their fourth "homecoming” and to solidify it as an annual affair; the band brought in the Medical University of South Carolina's Children's Hospital as a charity partner. Proceeds will benefit both the campaign for the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital AND the Press On Fund for pediatric cancer research. We are thrilled to announce that Shawn Camp & Cary Hudson of Blue Mountain will be our very special guests at this years Homecoming show.
 


There will be more special guests announced for both shows, so stay tuned! 


From everyone here at the Kennel have a great Thanksgiving holiday and thanks in advance for all of your support!! We look forward to seeing y'all next month!
 

                                                                                                                                                                        Shawn Camp 

                                                                                                                                                                        Shawn Camp 

Grammy award winning producer Shawn Camp has earned wide respect as the top-tier penman behind #1 Billboard hits for George Strait (“River of Love”), Josh Turner (“Would You Go With Me”) and Brooks and Dunn (“How Long Gone”), in addition to the Brooks smash “Two Pina Coladas.” Camp frequently splits pages with legendary tunesmiths like Guy Clark (“Sis Draper,” “Magnolia Wind”) and Jim Lauderdale (“Forever Ain’t No Trouble Now). Shawn also penned Blake Shelton’s “Nobody But Me”. A true artist, Camp’s previous solo albums – including 1993’s Shawn Camp, 2004’s Live at the Station Inn and Fireball in 2006 – consistently have turned heads. The accomplished instrumentalist, who has accompanied luminaries including Guy Clark and John Prine, frequently backs seamless lyrics with his fiery fiddle, guitar and mandolin riffs. Shawn is also a talented producer; a skill that won him a Grammy nomination in 2013 and a Grammy win for 2014’s Best Folk Album of the Year (Guy Clark’s, My Favorite Picture Of You). Most recently, Shawn formed the band with NRBQ’s “Big Al” Anderson to make the World Famous Headliners (along with Pat McLaughlin, Greg Morrow and Michael Rhodes). Their debut album spent over 6 weeks in AMA’s top 20 and was named one of the Top 100 Americana Albums of 2012.

                                                                                                  Cary Hudson

                                                                                                  Cary Hudson

Cary Hudson is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from the great state of Mississippi who resides somewhere between Memphis and New Orleans. While living in Venice, Cary worked in a deli and hung out with the guys in Weezer (fun), walked on Zuma Beach hoping to meet Neil Young, started a band called Blue Mountain with Laurie, and experienced the Rodney King riots (not fun). After moving back to Oxford in 1992, Blue Mountain began touring nationally, signed a deal with Roadrunner Records, and recorded their classic Dog Days album with producer Eric "Roscoe" Ambel. They went on to record more albums, played shows with Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt, Wilco, The Jayhawks and Willie Nelson, were the cover story of the second No Depression magazine, and in 2011 were voted "Most Legendary Oxford Band" by the readers of The Local Voice. Cary has played guitar for Bobby Rush, RL Burnside, Big Jack Johnson, Shannon MacNally, Dayna Kurtz and many others in his close to thirty years on the road. He was chosen as one of the Top Ten Alternative Country Guitar Players by Gibson magazine, and his songs have appeared in TV shows and movies including the George Clooney film "Up in the Air". He recently released his sixth solo album, Town and Country (mixed by Multi-Grammy winner Trina Shoemaker). 

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November Newsletter

Woolfe Street Playhouse (DT) Gets A New Act

As you were scarfing down your children's Halloween candy or telling your friend you're only having one more drink, it probably hit you that there are only 2 months left in this year. Now, you are probably frantically trying to figure out how to savor these last two months. Luckily for you, we saved the best shows for last. 
 

First, we have Moose Kick, See Water, and Little Bird at a swanky venue known as Woolfe Street Playhouse in Downtown Charleston. Woolfe Street Playhouse was originally built in 1914 and spent half a century as The Meddin Bros Meat Packing Company. By the 1980s, The Meddin Bros Company closed and the building was left empty for a while. However,  The Village Repertory Company came to the building's rescue, and with the help of Mrs. Meddin the old meat packing building transformed into the beloved Woolfe Street Playhouse we all know and love today. The Playhouse officially opened in December of 2012, and at 17,000 square feet it caters to multiple events including the one on November 11th featuring Moose Kick, See Water, and Little Bird. 
 

Moose Kick is a five piece southern rock / funk band out of South Carolina. The band began during the winter of 2013 and since they spend their days touring, writing & practicing to effectively share their music with the world. Since releasing their album 'Blue Room Revival' in October of 2014 with producer Trevor Maron, the band has taken their talent to the road touring the eastern half of the country routinely. 

See Water is the love child of reggae and punk rock. This up-and-coming band from Charleston, SC will take your ears on a roller-coaster ride through laid-back jams and hard-hitting rock riffs. Their style is similar to that of a mosh-pit on the beach at sunset. If their music was a cocktail, it would be a long island iced tea; at first you think, “There’s no way you can mix all of that together,” but sure enough, you take a sip only to find that it’s delicious and intoxicating.

See Water has been proving themselves in all their unorthodox glory at The Music Farm and Charleston Pour House, and venues throughout the east coast and the USVI, while performing alongside acts such as Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime, The Hip Abduction, Fear Nuttin Band, and Sun-Dried Vibes. See Water has released their debut EP, entitled 'Diluted Acoustica', and quickly began work on their next project. Their first full-length album 'Hit The Moon' is to be released later this fall with the first single, 'Echo', leading the way.

"When you see a body of water, whether it's calm or violent, it makes you feel something, and that's what we're here to do."

Little Bird, hailing from Annapolis, MD and calling Charleston, SC home for one year now, tours throughout the eastern half of the country. They blend surf rock, jazz, and Americana into a high energy killer live show. In 2015 & 2016 the band played & headlined festivals such as Bayfunk, Pink Moon, Silopanna, Doah, EastPortaRockin' and more. Along with sharing stage on show bills with names like G. Love & Special Sauce, Pressing Strings, Long Miles, Fortunate Youth, and many more.

Help The Dogs Save The Kids

Help us kick off our 4th Annual Homecoming & 28th Anniversary concert on December 28th at Charleston Music Hall by joining us on December 27th at Music Farm for The Super Goo Jam. The Super Goo Jam will kick off the spectacular event for the Blue Dogs and their friends by having the party of the year with multiple bands and dancing to celebrate the end of the year and to help raise money for The MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital and Press On Foundation for pediatric cancer research. Following The Super Goo Jam is Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming and 28th Anniversary concert on December 28th at Charleston Music Hall. The Blue Dogs have been performing together for over 25 years and perform up to 100 shows a year. This year, the Blue Dogs, an Americana band will have their 4th Annual Homecoming and 28th Anniversary concert that will benefit the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital and Press On Foundation for pediatric cancer research. This is a special charity event that has had special appearances in the past by some of Blue Dogs dear friends such as Darius Rucker, Drivin N' Cryin, and Danielle Howle. Last year, at the 3rd Annual Homecoming and 27th Anniversary concert, the Dogs raised $50K for MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital & Pediatric Cancer research thanks to the support of Tito's Vodka, a variety of local sponsors, and donations of ticket holders, as well as a generous match by an anonymous donor. This year, we hope to surpass last year's amount and we can only do that with your help. So, we are calling all Dog People to get your tickets now and come out to this superb event on December 27th and 28th, to raise money so that the doctors at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital can find a cure for cancer that affects children. 

July Newsletter

Sorry Florence + the Machine, but the dog days are not over. In fact, they are just beginning, but no worries we have a plethora of exciting events to beat this heat! With Party at the Point getting ready to close out another stellar season, Rockin’ the River is ready to take over the mic, not to mention Prohibition coming at you with A/C and live music, we have had a lot on our plate and could not be more pleased about it. Here are some things that we have been up to that we are thrilled to share with you: 

Party at the Point Featuring The Dubplates and Sgt. Submarine (A Tribute to The Beatles)

The Dubplates are a traditional reggae riddim band whose main goal is to force people to feel the love and happiness that lives in Reggae music. So, come help us spread the love on a sandy front over-looking the water with a drink in hand a good vibes in the air on Friday, July 8th at 5:30pm.

We all live in a yellow submarine with Sgt. Submarine (A Tribute to The Beatles) on Friday, July 15th. With Sgt. Submarine in command, you will be transported back to the ‘60s because your mind will be playing tricks on you making you believe you are both seeing and hearing Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. Unfortunately it is still 2016, but if you want a night of time travel across the universe then come join us on Friday July 15th at 5:30pm and twist and shout your way into the night to the songs of The Beatles. 

Rockin’ the River is Back!

Ah, how we have missed Riverfront Park in North Charleston. It's almost time to go take in the breathtaking views of the Cooper River all around you at the Rockin' the River concert series. RTR will begin on Thursday July 14th with Bootless and continue through Thursday August 18th with Departure (The Ultimate Journey Band). 

Riverfront Series

 With Rebelution under our belt, we are excited to help bring the rest of the shows to you! So, come out and join us for Slightly Stoopid on July 31st, O.A.R. on August 20th, and a two-night finale with Umphrey’s McGee on September 23-24th at the beautiful Riverfront Park in North Charleston. 

Rocket Man at Charleston Music Hall

                We are excited to team up with Charleston Music Hall and bring an eccentric Rocket Man:  A Tribute to Sir Elton John to the community of Charleston, SC on August 6th at 8pm. 

Blue Dogs Are Back Barking Again!

 This year Blue Dogs 4th Annual Homecoming and 28th Anniversary Show will take place at Charleston Music Hall on December 28th at 8pm. Tickets have already gone on sale, so get yours now before it’s too late! An Americana group from Charleston, The Blue Dogs are a huge hit among country-rock fans. The band has released nine albums and has performed on the same stage with several well-known and diverse artists including Willie Nelson, Widespread Panic, Bruce Hornsby, Edwin McCain, Radney Foster, Hootie and the Blowfish and more.  The Blue Dogs have an annual Homecoming show at the Charleston Music Hall that raised over $50,000.00 for the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital and also went towards pediatric cancer research.  Ear For Music is proud to work with the Blue Dogs on this annual event and be a part of raising funds for such an important cause plus, it's really fun to work with some of our dearest friends. 

EFM Weddings

Good music and everlasting love is in the air this season, especially when you book through Ear For Music. We are already super busy booking weddings all the way through the end of 2017! Make sure to call us and plan ahead and get your choice of all the amazing artists and DJs we work with including DJ Natty Heavy, DJ RDot, and DJ YNot. We literally live to make your big day the most special and memorable that it can possibly be—ask any of our satisfied clients! 

Ear for Music did a phenomenal job for my bride and groom's wedding at Founders hall!  From the very beginning, they were a joy to work with and Erika was quick to respond to every call and email!  We adored DJ rDOT!  He did a wonderful job at the ceremony and was very professional and kind.  He brought the house down at the reception and everyone was on that dance floor!  He does a great job knowing what the guests want!  I strongly recommend EFM.  You won't be sorry!! 

-Lauren Messina, ASID, NCIDQ 

Blue Dogs and Whiskey Run at Party at the Point June 24th

Next Friday, June 24, The Blue Dogs will take the stage at Charleston’s Premier Happy Hour Series, Party at the Point. An Americana group from Charleston, The Blue Dogs are a huge hit among country-rock fans. The band has released nine albums and has performed on the same stage with several well-known and diverse artists including Willie Nelson, Widespread Panic, Bruce Hornsby, Edwin McCain, Radney Foster, Hootie and the Blowfish and more.  The Blue Dogs have an annual Homecoming show at the Charleston Music Hall that raised over $50,000.00 for the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital and also went towards pediatric cancer research.  Ear For Music is proud to work with the Blue Dogs on this annual event and be a part of raising funds for such an important cause plus, it's really fun to work with some of our dearest friends. 

A video about the Blue Dogs Annual Homecoming Show.  Make sure that you are following Blue Dogs on social media so you can be the first to know about the 2016 Annual Homecoming Show. 

Blue Dogs with their great friend Darius Rucker.

This week's show will feature the Blue Dogs core members but who knows, we may get lucky and get a visit from Papa Futch!

Performing with The Blue Dogs and kicking off the evening is Whiskey Run. Based in Augusta, Georgia, this four piece band plays everything from the newest, hottest country hits to classic rock. 

Tickets for the show are available at the gate for $7. Gates open at 5:30pm and bands start at 6:30pm. There will be a rickshaw shuttle for the street parking and valet parking for $5. Party at the Point has extended its schedule to include an additional show on Friday, July 8 for Reggae Night with the Dubplates. For more information, please visit

www.CharlestonPartyAtThePoint.com.

May Newsletter

The People Behind The Handle

We loved helping The People Behind The Handle party come to life by booking one of our favorite artists, Nathan Salley, to play some awesome tunes for all of us social media lovers.  The event was a huge success and it was great talking with other local social media aficionados about how they bring their ideas to life.  Local blogger Charleston Food Writer put together this event so other creative minds who spend their time writing and photographing their passions and sharing them with the world could have a chance to shake hands, make friends, discuss ideas, drink, eat and enjoy the amazing environment that the Striped Pig Distillery provides.  We can't wait until next year! 

Rocket Man: A Tribute to Sir Elton John

Tokyo Joe has a very special show in store for us. If there is anybody in the world who should be covering the music of Elton John, it is Tokyo Joe. Their renditions of your favorite classics are astonishingly accurate and full of energy. You do not want to miss this! Be sure to RSVP to the Facebook event and to purchase your tickets ahead of time here.

 

Tickets: $20 Gallery | $25 Orchestra | $15 Student

Party at the Point

Our favorite season is here, and we aren't just talking about the gorgeous sunny weather that's finally come back around. We're talking about Party at the Point season, and this summer's schedule is nothing short of amazing. We can't wait to see all your beautiful faces at the Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina each Friday for the next ten weeks from 5:30pm-9:30pm! This week will feature Machine Funk: A Tribute to Widespread Panic, so come ready to rock out to all of your favorite Panic tunes!

Things you can look forward this season include: 

May 6: Party at the Point with Machine Funk (A Tribute to Widespread Panic)

May 13: Party at the Point - May 13th with The Dead 27s and BYOG

May 20: Party at the Point May 20th - Dangermuffin with Trongone Band

May 27: Party at the Point with The Dave Matthews Tribute Band

June 3: Party at the Point with Sol Driven Train with Fowlers Mustache

June 10: Party at the Point with Scarlet Begonias (A Tribute to The Grateful Dead)

June 17: Party at the Point with Sibling Rivalry with The Steppin Stones and The High Divers

June 24: Party at the Point with The Blue Dogs with Whiskey Run

July 1: Party at the Point Season Finale with Banana Pancakes (A Tribute to Jack Johnson)

Last Band Standing

Congratulations to our winners so far! Be sure to come out to Wild Wing Café in Mount Pleasant to catch this week's heated competition between semi-finalists Sondor Blue and High 5. Check out the Facebook event for more information and RSVP to stay updated on any new happenings!

RSVP here

EFM Weddings

Planning a wedding can be so much fun, but frustrating if you don't know where to look to find the best possible entertainment. That's where we come in. We are currently booking like crazy for all of our beautiful EFM brides to make sure they have their dream playlist to help make their wedding night the best of their lives. We work exclusively with Charleston's best DJ's and it is all of our missions to give you a perfect evening of entertainment. DJ NattyHeavy and DJ RDot are some of the lowcountry's most in-demand DJ's so be sure to book early! We are already busy booking weddings into spring and summer 2017. 

 

 

January Newsletter

2016 is off to a great start for Ear For Music. Our acquisition of Bluestone Entertainment has given us the opportunity to work with the following four very talented DJ’s who we could not be more thrilled to represent.

DJ NattyHeavy aka Nate Lopes

DJ NattyHeavy is a Charleston staple and his prevalence on the local party scene has helped him to become somewhat of a household name.  His many years of experience is evident— he can flawlessly tailor versatile sets to suit the needs of any event.

More information & booking inquiries 

Facebook page

Website

DJ rDOT

Robie Howell aka DJ rDOT has been taking dance parties to the next level for more than 10 years, and has an equally long history of never disappointing party goers.  You can find DJ rDOT wherever there is a dance floor— he specializes in finding just the right playlist to give the perfect vibe to any corporate event, wedding or club. 

More information & booking inquiries

Facebook page

Website

Seth G

Seth G is an innovator.  He is a classically trained violinist and accomplished concertmaster, and beautifully combines that classic sound with new fresh beats to create something that is truly his own.  Seth has been featured in online articles by ABC and CBS News and more recently, Seth was selected for and took third place in a nationwide YouTube music video contest hosted by Ryan Seacrest in 2014. 

More information & booking inquiries

Facebook page

Website

 

DJ YNot

DJ YNot has collaborated with world renowned DJ’s and is a fixture at bars and clubs each weekend.  His 10 years of experience in the entertainment industry has taught him to bring perfectly tailored sets to corporate events, weddings, clubs, or any party.

More information & booking inquiries

Facebook page

*All of these DJ's are available to book for private parties as well as corporate events*

Leo & Luna

We are so excited about this new project from newlyweds Lee Barbour and Vikki Matsis.  Their dreamy romantic covers of artists such as The Beatles, Ray Lamontagne, Bill Withers, and John Legend (to name a few) are sure to bring a unique life to any special event.  They beautifully accomplish a lively yet understated sound and we cannot wait to hear more from these two!

More information & booking inquiries

 

Blue Dogs 3rd Annual Homecoming show & Super Goo Jam

 

Thank you so much to everybody who came and rocked out at the Blue Dogs 3rd annual homecoming show, as well as the Super Goo Jam at the Music Farm! We are thrilled to report that you music fans all helped us raise a whopping $50,000 for the MUSC Children’s Hospital.  We would not have been able to help put on such a successful event without the help of our amazing sponsors; thank you so much to Tito’s Handmade Vodka,  Taco Bell (JEM Restaurant Group), Max Sparwasser Law Firm LLC, Capitol Materials Coastal, Homegrown Hospitality Group, Southwind Homes of Charleston, Richard B. Homes CPA LLC, Food for the Southern Soul (Jimmy Hagood), Opal/Langdon's (Patrick Owens), and Finz Bar & Grill, as well as the Charleston Music Hall for all that you did to bring this event to life! Here are a few of our favorite photos taken from the big night:

 

Oysters on the Point featuring Bootless

 

We're super excited to go get our feet sandy and enjoy an afternoon full of oysters, friends and one of Charleston's favorite local bands, Bootless on January 23rd at The Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina.  Bootless can be described as "an original country/ southern rock band, successfully blending country lyrics with rock and roll swagger." This will be one for the books and we hope to see y'all there!

RSVP on Facebook here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November Newsletter

Sibling Rivalry featuring The Steppin Stones and The High Divers

We are so excited about this show featuring the Sibling Rivalry of two of our favorite bands, The Steppin Stones and The High Divers, at The Music Farm on November 28th.  Which sibling are you rooting for? Tickets available at Music Farm Charleston.  See ya there!!

Blue Dogs 3rd Annual Homecoming Show

It’s that time of year again for Blue Dogs 3rd Annual Homecoming Show.  We love working with Blue Dogs and look forward to finding out who the special guests will be this year.  Proceeds of this show go to The MUSC Children’s Hospital.  For more information go to http://www.bluedogs.com/home

Jump, Little Children

The Jump, Little Children shows presented by Ear For Music and The Bridge 105.5 at Music Farm on December 30th and 31st are sold out.   We are stoked that one of Charleston’s legendary bands have come back together for these very special shows. 

Smoke on The Harbor BBQ Throwdown

EFM is proud to work with Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina on one of the tastiest events of the year – The 4th Annual Smoke on The Harbor BBQ Throwdown.  EFM will be bringing some great artists including JamiSun, Bootless, Chase Martin and Bryson Jennings.  There will be public tasting and judging of the best wings, BBQ, a mixology competition and more!  For more information go to http://www.smokeontheharbor.com/schedule-of-events.html.

Headliner of Smoke on The Harbor -  Bryson Jennings

Headliner of Smoke on The Harbor - Bryson Jennings

Sol Southwest Kitchen and Tequila Bar

We think that SOL is one of the best restaurants in Mt. Pleasant and Ear For Music continues to bring you some of the best acoustic acts to Sol for Tequila Thursdays.  

  • November 5th - Rotie Salley
  • November 12th - Dave Landeo
  • November 19th - Supper Reggae Man
  • November 25th - Special Wednesday PreTurkey Jam with Patrick Norris

Wild Wing Cafe  - PreTurkey Day Bash!

Looking for something to do the day before Thanksgiving.? All the Wild Wing Café locations that EFM books will be having a PreTurkey Day Bash! See below for your favorite WWC location and artists.

  • Charleston: Chase Martin
  • Mt Pleasant: Plane Jane
  • N.Charleston: Ellen Drive
  • Hilton Head Island: Groove Town Assault
  • Bluffton: Permanent Tourist
  • Savannah: Souls Harbor
  • Columbia, The Vista: DM Radio
  • Columbia, Harbison: Emory Lane
  • Greenville: Johnny Utah & The Ex-Presidents
  • Spartanburg: The Kenny George Band
  • S.Charlotte: Peace & Love
  • Charlotte Epicentre: Frequency 4

The Cove Oyster Grille Sunset Acoustic Series

We are working with The Bridge 105.5 and 98 Rock to bring to you The Cove Acoustic Sunset Concert Series at The Cove Oyster Bar & Grill on Northwoods Blvd., North Charleston.  

  • November 6th - Rotie Salley
  • November 13th- Nathan Salley
  • November 20th - Return Of The Mack
  • November 27th - Randall & Justin from Ellen Drive

Thank You

Thank you to Empire Sports Management for another year of having EFM production manage Denny & Mark’s ProAm Jam.  We are proud to work with your team and be a part of this very special event.  

Thank you to our hard-working production crew for another successful event!

 

RIP

Charleston lost a beloved member of our community, Gary Alameda.  Gary ran G’s Hot Dogs and for most of us visiting his hot dog cart after work, after the bar, or just for a late night snack was the best part of our night.  Our hearts our heavy as we say goodbye to Gary.  For more information on Gary and how you can donate to a Go Fund Me started by his family visit: https://www.gofundme.com/doit4g

Gary Alameda of G's Hotdogs

Gary Alameda of G's Hotdogs