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From Hip-Hop to Grunge @The Wormhole
My Maiden Name - photo by Craig Tanner

ENJOY a spectrum of local entertainment at Starland’s neighborhood bar.

Kerry Walsh kicks the evening off at 10 p.m. with his unique blend of darkly melodic singer-songwriter stylings.

The night eases into hip-hop right after Walsh’s set as Dope KNife, Connect Savannah’s reader-voted Best Hip-Hop/Rap Artist of 2016, takes the stage.

My Maiden Name, fresh off the release of their debut EP, My Thoughts, The Same, follow at 11:45 with their inventive alternative/Brazilian pop/new wave sound.

As 1 a.m. rolls around, Marytree finishes the bill. The Charleston-based grunge-inspired band is influenced by a wide variety of classics from Jimi Hendrix to Metallica to the Melvins. Melodic vocals weave between heavy choruses for a quintessential hard rock sound.

Friday, July 22, 10 p.m., 21+