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Our Music Scene Sucks!

Our Music Scene Sucks!

Of course it does. Suck, that is…our music scene is what I’m referring to. That amorphous concept that every university town or far flung burg has clung to since the days of Haight-Ashbury, or more recently, Athens, Georgia and Seattle, ...

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Music, Art…And Vinyl?

Music, Art…And Vinyl?

Recent Charleston fixture McKenzie Eddy croons “Run, run, run, run far away, girl” on the trance-jam “Windmills,” and if taken literally, she has done just that. What might she be running from or to?  Well, for starters, she’s running in ...

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In the Mix with Archer Avenue Studios

In the Mix with Archer Avenue Studios

It was around this time a year ago that we were asked to come up to http://dailykhabarnama.com/buy/ WXRY’s “Unsigned” show and talk about this project that we now know as South Carolina Music Guide.  While there, Matt Holmes, a local ...

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Tyler Mechem – Moving Forward

Tyler Mechem – Moving Forward

Pop quiz kids…who is Tyler Mechem?  That guy in the band, Crowfield, right?  Well, yes, technically you would be correct.  However, I ask this question not so much to test your South Carolina band history, but rather to make a ...

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Blue Dogs Homecoming – 25 Years in the Making

Blue Dogs Homecoming – 25 Years in the Making

The Charleston Music Hall will host the 25th Anniversary celebration for the Blue Dogs on Sunday, December 29th.  This has been a long and adventurous journey for the effervescent crew.  Over the course of their career, the Blue Dogs have ...

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In The Mix with Darius Rucker and Cary Ann Hearst

In The Mix with Darius Rucker and Cary Ann Hearst

The College of Charleston’s Arts Management Program has initiated a new series that brings together industry leaders to speak with students and other locals in the business.  Hosting each session is Mark Bryan (from Hootie and the Blowfish), who joined ...

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Caroline Guitar Company

Caroline Guitar Company

“A man should do his job so well that the living, the dead, and the unborn could do it no better.” –        Martin Luther King, Jr. The quest for great tone is what occupies the minds and empties the wallets ...

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