Greenville South Carolina Music
The Greenville High School Symphonic Band has earned a reputation as one of the best bands in the district. When I started writing for the Greenville Journal six years ago, I had one goal in mind: to forget words about the best local original music in the area.
Bands in Greenville, South Carolina, play rock and blues, combining their own version of classic blues and country music. The Marcus King Band, which is exploding at the moment, has a music scene, of course, but it is not the only one.
Gottrocks is another music center in Greenville and a great place to meet regional and national touring artists who want to settle in Greenville evenings.
If you want to spend an intimate evening - in a performance that pairs with an ear - then Greenville is the place to wait. Make a night of it and grab a friend or special person to listen to some of the best live music in town. Then plan a trip to South Carolina, where you'll find music events celebrating music styles from classical to country all over the state.
You can also visit the Radio Room, a venue that has been hosting live shows since 2000. Booked for the public - including BDSM and boudoir shows - it's one of the edgier places South Carolina has to offer.
Local music is something that Free Times loves passionately, and we know that many of you are passionate about it, but there are many other great places to visit in Greenville South Carolina. With live music three to five nights a week, fr8yard should be on the radar of any musician or music fan as it fits a ton of people and is located right in the heart of the city, just a few blocks from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
South Carolina is one of the southern states of the United States, and the state's music scene is wonderfully diverse. On our 2019 list, especially in the top half, we represent more different genres of music than ever before, and South Carolina produces more music than any other state in North Carolina, or indeed the entire country.
Local venues include many Dolly Parton attractions, such as the Alabama Theater, named after the Alabama band, and the South Carolina Convention Center. The Symphonic Band will perform at the Greenville Civic Center on Saturday, February 2, 2019. Lesser - well-known venues such as the Blue Ridge Music Hall, the Carolina Music Center and the North Carolina Museum of Music.
If you're looking for a more intimate setting, Eighth State Brewing has booked a ton of shows this year. If you want to break the monotony that reigns at the start of the week, visit Charles Hedgepath, the local favourite, where various members of our local music community meet for an evening of great music and good beer.
This week they are at the Greenville Public Library, with a wide selection of local music from local artists and local breweries.
If you're looking for live music in Greenville, there's something to do here, and Thursday concerts bring together talent from across the Southeast throughout spring and summer. The Saluda River Yacht Club is known for its hoses and live music. Every Friday there is live music all year round and on weekends and in summer there is plenty of acoustic and local live music.
Touring artists stop off in Greenville on their tour, and if you go to Greenville, you'll have the chance to hear Edwin McCain over the weekend.
This event, which brings together artists from the Carolinas, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia, is dedicated to the degradation of bluegrass. This multi-day festival takes place in Greenville and includes a variety of music, crafts, food and beverage vendors, craftsmen and artists, mixed with delicious food, drinks and music from the South. The April event, held on the banks of the Congaree River in the heart of South Carolina's largest city, features live music and paddling downstream. An art spectacle from May to June featuring a diverse mix of local and national artists in a wide range of styles, from folk, blues, country, hip-hop, rock, gospel, folk and blues to a variety of jazz, including Afro-Cuban and Gullah-inspired groups and much more.
This musical collection focuses on a wide range of genres, meaning that the majority of them can be enjoyed absolutely free of charge. Live Music recommends the radio room, where you can find some of the most diverse talents.