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A look at this week's live gigs
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ALL-AGES Punk/Metal Show

Featuring Tragic Hero recording artists Yearling, My Epic, Love & Reverie, and more acts TBA. Directions at Sat., 8 pm, Studio B (Glennville).

The Bastard Suns

Atlanta-based “drunk rock” act mixing punk-dancehall reggae and Irish drinking songs. Like a cross between 311 and Southern frat-metal. With Groove Stain and Absynth Minded. Fri., 9 pm, Guitar Bar.


Solid, danceable, local electric blues combo. Sun., 4 pm, Malone’s.

Bottles & Cans

Juke-joint blooze and psychedelic garage rock. Wed., 9 pm, Bay Street Blues + Thurs. - Fri., 10 pm, Savannah Blues.

Brandon Clark

Promising young acoustic rock/pop singer/songwriter from Cumming, Ga. — with local indie/emo rockers In The Picture and newbie solo artist “Jaded Jester.” Fri., 8 pm, Metro Coffee House -ALL-AGES.

Mary Davis & Co.

Well-known rock, pop, soul and beach music covers w/female vocals. Sat., 8 pm, Marlin Monroe’s Surfside Grill (Tybee).

Dean Station

Progressive acoustic trio mixing folk, roots-rock and bluegrass with melancholy male/female vocal harmonies. Sat., 8 pm, Guitar Bar + Mon., 8 pm, The Sentient Bean - ALL-AGES.

Eat Mo’ Music

Funky, wah-guitar/bass/drums/trombone soul-jazz. Sat., 9 pm, Jazz’d Tapas Bar.

1st Friday For Folk Music

Family-oriented acoustic showcase of local, regional and national acts: Charleston’s Celtic-oriented string band Hungry Monks, Raleigh guitarist Pete Leary (mixing scat singing and yodeling into something he terms “scodeling”) and Savannah’s own 6 and 12-string guitarist and singer Chris Desa. Free with a suggested $2 donation to the Savannah Folk Music Society. Fri., 7:30 pm, Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church - ALL-AGES.

Frazier & Tavalin

Female vocal and piano jazz duo. Fri. - Sat., 7 pm, Vic’s on The River.

High Velocity

Southern rock/modern country covers. Fri. - Sat., 9 pm, Red Leg Saloon (Hwy 204).

The Hitmen

Well-liked local electric blues power trio. Fri., 8 pm, The Warehouse.


Crunk and R & B influenced rapper, known for such tracks as “Get Dat Thang Up.” Fri., 11:30 pm, Club Ice.

Liquid Ginger

Popular and slick, female-fronted local modern rock (covers/originals). Fri. - Sat., 9:30 pm, Scandals (Tybee).


Modern, classic and Southern rock. Thurs., 8 pm, The Island Grill (Pt. Wentworth) + Tues., 6 pm, National Night Out Festival (downtown Pembroke).

David Rapp

Local techno/electronica artist. Sat., 9 pm, B & B Ale House.

Rhythm Riot

Kitschy, fun rock, pop and hip-hop covers — from Pink Floyd to LL Cool J. Fri., 9 pm, The Jukebox (Richmond Hill) + sat., 8 pm, The Warehouse.

Savannah Avenue

Impressive Statesboro-based jazz ensemble. Fri., 9 pm, Jazz’d Tapas Bar.

Southern Hostility

Hard-hitting Atlanta group blending “the attitude of metal with the soul and life of the South.” Sat., 8 pm, Guitar Bar.


Local sextet playing Motown, shag and soul hits. Fri., 9:30 pm, Tantra Lounge.

The Train Wrecks

Hopped-up Americana and roadhouse rock. Thurs., & Sat., 10 pm, Murphy’s Law.

The Ben Tucker Duo

Straight-ahead jazz featuring a legendary bassist (and local celebrity). Sat., 7:30 pm, Isaac’s on Drayton.

Greg Williams w/Phantom Wingo

Prolific local rock/folk/pop songwriter paired with one of the area’s best Southern rock/jam acts for a shared concert. Fri., 9 pm, Augie’s Pub (Richmond Hill).