Charleston Music Scene

Stop Light Observations

Music is the soundtrack of Charleston.? From local to national to international, music is a vital part of the culture of Charleston.? Here are some great articles and profiles to learn more about the Charleston Music Scene.

Putting Aside Our Differences:? Gangstagrass brings unity and harmony to the Charleston Pour House

Interview with Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn and where you can see them live in Charleston in January, 2019

“Gangstagrass” Shines in Charleston Concert Debut at the Pour House

R&B and Blues Power Rocker Samantha Fish Returns to Charleston Tonight:? Exclusive Interview

Glen Phillips, Front Man for Toad The Wet Sprocket, talks candidly about music, success, depression and life

John Oates Share His Secrets for Longevity and Success Ahead of Upcoming Charleston Show

Hank Williams Jr. Exclusive Interview with Charleston Daily Ahead of Charleston Concert Stop in July

Sister Hazel Returns to the Lowcountry:? Our Interview with Founding Member Andrew Copeland

Kenny George Band Brings Rock and Americana to Charleston – Interview

Blues sensation Samantha Fish: An Artist Out of Water

Our conversation with Rusted Root front-man and founder Michael Glabicki

Earth’s Martians Touchdown in Charleston, SC: My Conversation with Columbia’s The Moon Moths

Nashville based The Rough & Tumble return to Charleston with their beautiful americana-folk sound

Columbia, SC The Moon Moths Bring Its Explosive 11 Piece Band to Charleston with an Expressive Message of Love and Youth

Amazing Charlotte Female Americana Duo, Henry River Honey Brings Their Sound to Charleston, SC

Come for Weezer, Stay for Panic! at the Disco

The Freddy Cole Quartet Illuminates Spoleto with Soothing Playful Jazz

From Wando to Bonnaroo – Charleston’s Stop Light Observations is a musical force

Champagne with Friends: Thomas Champagne shares his Charleston musical experience

Charleston Performing Arts Center Takes You on a Musical Journey with Dreamgirls

An Inspired Performance by Colin Hay at the Charleston Music Hall

Daniel Scruggs brings global musical expressionism and education to Charleston

ZZ Ward and Friends Rock the Music Farm

From Graceland to Charleston: Pour House Brings the Music of Paul Simon to Life

Music Inspired by Charleston – A Celebration of Home

Charleston Thanks Sigur Ros by Inspiring our Senses to the Wonder of Music

Rap and Hip-Hop in Charleston: Khari Lucas Bridges the Gap

Ten Reasons Darius Rucker is Awesome

ZZ Ward
Freddy Cole
Freddy Cole
Henry River Honey
Henry River Honey
The Moon Moths
The Moon Moths
Rusted Root – Photo Credit: John Collins
Samantha Fish / Photo Credit: Brian Rozman
Photo Courtesy: Kaylor Girl Promotions
Photo Credit: Webster PR