This Franklin, Tennessee bandis named after the hometown apartment complex where the trio’s members lived off and on at points in their lives. Formerly known as Caleb, this incarnation hit all the right buttons. They’ll be playing October 18th at the Evening Muse in Charlotte.
Elle King is the stage name for Tanner Schneider. She calls herself a “banjo slinging baby.” Think of her as Meghan Trainor (“All About The Bass”) with a slightly naughty edge. Not that that is bad thing, at all, in our opinion. She’s the daughter of Rob Schneider, Mr. Deuce Bigelow.
“Ex’s & Oh’s” is the first single from her forthcoming album.
His tour will bring him to Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta where he’ll do two shows on October 30th.
Hardcore Pink Floyd fans who hadn’t given up on the band after The Division Bell or grown out of getting stoned and listening to The Wall and watching The Wizard of Oz should be pleased by this announcement.
It’s clear that this release will be for their most hardcore of fans. It will be broken up in to virtual LP sides and will be all instrumentals save for one track, “Louder Than Words.”
The album will be released on Columbia Records on Monday, November 10, 2014 and is produced by David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson.
David Gilmour said:
“’The Endless River’ has as its starting point the music that came from the 1993 Division Bell sessions. We listened to over 20 hours of the three of us playing together and selected the music we wanted to work on for the new album. Over the last year we’ve added new parts, re-recorded others and generally harnessed studio technology to make a 21st century Pink Floyd album. With Rick gone, and with him the chance of ever doing it again, it feels right that these revisited and reworked tracks should be made available as part of our repertoire.”
The Endless River’s track listing runs across four sides, to invoke the album listening experience:
THE ENDLESS RIVER
Things Left Unsaid
It’s What We Do
Ebb And Flow
The Lost Art of Conversation
On Noodle Street
Eyes To Pearls
Louder Than Words
Tulsa/Norman Oklahoma’s Broncho just dropped their new album today. This is the official video fo “Class Historian” which not only is the first track from Enough Hip to Be a Woman, its an earworm that we just can’t get out of our heads.
NYC’s Ghost Beach is on tour with Cherub (“Doses and Mimosas”) and will be making a stop in the Capital City at the Music Farm @ the Tin Roof on Thursday, September 25th. Their tour is beginning to sell out nationwide. You can get tickets here or win them from us starting Friday.
They make shorts. Just shorts. And they are pretty cool dudes, too.
Listen to Kyle Chief Chubster here:
The slightly enigmatic and highly creative mind in Omaha, Nebraska releases a second video from his new album Upside Down Mountain.
He has also announced plans to release two previously unheard songs, “Standing On The Outside” and “Sugar Street” – recorded during the Upside Down Mountain sessions – for this year’s Black Friday Record Store Day on November 28th. More details are said to be forthcoming.
Trust us, you’ll hit repeat. Several times after you hear the hook from this track from Oklahoma City’s Broncho. It’s from their forthcoming album Just Enough Hip to be Woman.
Scarecrows have taken over the Robert Mills House gardens! The free Scarecrows in the Garden exhibitfeatures handcrafted scarecrows made by local families, businesses, organizations and classrooms. On a stroll through the gardens this fall, you’ll see dozens of ghoulish, historic and colorful scarecrows. Keep an eye out for “Sneaky Steve,” a mischievous scarecrow hiding somewhere on the grounds in a new location each week.
The 6th Annual Bar Stool Classic in Five Points. All proceeds from this event benefit the Babcock Center Foundation. The Bar Stool Classic was born out of the desire to increase community awareness of the Babcock Center and their mission to support people with lifelong disabilities.
In 2009, the Five Points Association and the Babcock Center Foundation, the fundraising arm of the Babcock Center, hosted the first Bar Stool Classic with much success. The 9-hole putt-putt tournament attracted over 100 people in its first year and a great time was had by all. It attracted a group of people as varied as the patrons of Five Points, from college students in their best golf attire to couples in their 60’s. The event was deemed a success and the planners began looking to the next year. In 2012, the event sold out at registration and hosted over 400 patrons. Now in its 6th year, the Bar Stool Classic is a much anticipated annual event.
This year, it's a 10-hole putt-putt tournament (including second chance hole) and after party immediately following with live music at Jake's!
More information and registration here.
Explore the evening sky with the South Carolina State Museum and members of the Midlands Astronomy Club at Planets for the People at Hunter-Gatherer Brewery & Ale House, located at 900 Main Street in Columbia. Attendees will be able to peek through several telescopes to observe the moon, planets and stars. This gathering is free and open to the public. This gathering depends on weather conditions and may be canceled if weather does not permit.
A FREE concert celebrating the life and art of the one and only, Jerry Garcia!
It's an afternoon at the fountain with music and food from your favorite Five Points restaurants plus arts and crafts from local vendors.
MUSIC LINEUP: Alien Carnival, George Fetner and the Strays, Rusty Strings, Stilhouse and Jackaroe.
Learn more here.
The North Columbia Food Park-Farmers Market & More, a North Columbia Farmers Market will host a Fall Festival during the Farmers Market on October 10th. The event will begin at 4 pm and last until 9 pm. This event will host a number of vendors, arts and crafts, games, food, plants, entertainment, a pumpkin patch, face painting, and more. Fruit and vegetables will also be available.
Come out to the pumpkin patch and vote on the best looking scarecrows created by local middle and high school students. Family and friends are invited to join us for judging.
Enjoy a fun-filled event for the whole family. Schools, non-profit organizations, groups and more are invited to attend. Bring your lawn chairs and the whole family for this fun filled event.
The North Columbia Food Park-Farmer’s Market & More is a community outreach project sponsored by the North Columbia Business Association. The North Columbia Food Park offers citizens access to fresh fruits and vegetables and more. This is a celebration for neighbors, friends, families and children.
For more information contact the North Columbia Business Association at (803) 786-7232.
The Humane Society is excited to partner with the River Rat Brewery to raise funds and awareness about the services that we provide. It will be an exciting night of great live music, wonderful food, and our four legged family. Headlining the event will be Jet Lag Jones so it sure to be a wonderful time!
Tickets On Sale Now!!
Advanced general admission tickets - $25, $30 at the door
VIP tickets - $50; $60 at the door
Call for more information. (803) 783-1267 or email email@example.com
Learn more here.
BEETHOVEN Coriolan Overture
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3
Hugo Kitano, piano
Winner of the 2013 Arthur Fraser International Concerto Competition
Sponsored by David C. McQuillan,
Remembering Barbara Glatz McQuillan
on our 35th wedding anniversary
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7
You can’t have a proper Oktoberfest without beer and sausage, so we’re bringing them to you. River Rat Brewery and Southern Way Catering are partnering with the S.C. Phil for a pre-concert bash at the Koger Center. Beer and sausage selections will be on sale to help us start a festive evening off right!
Starts at 6 p.m. Purchases benefit the S.C. Phil.
Concert tickets not required. Beer and food are first come, first served
Tickets and more here.
The Museum Road Show, one of the South Carolina State Museum’s most popular events, is back. Whether it’s an heirloom, antique or artifact, local experts will be onsite at this popular semiannual event offering informal verbal appraisals in a variety of fields.
Inquisitive guests will have the opportunity to learn all about their heirlooms and artifacts from experts in fine art, silver, pottery, furniture, books, jewelry, textiles and dolls, as well as military artifacts ranging from the Revolutionary and Civil War to World War II.
“This event is perfect for individuals curious about items found at local flea markets, antique shops, sales, or even in their attic,” said Paul Matheny, chief curator of collections, S.C. State Museum. “At every Roadshow, we see a variety of unique and priceless objects that have been cherished and passed down through many generations. As a museum curator, it’s great to see objects come through our doors that have unique stories and history behind them.”
The Museum Road Show is one of the museum’s signature events and has grown from an annual program to being offered twice a year because of its immense popularity. The event attracts visitors from all over South Carolina and neighboring states.
Tickets are $25 for the first item ($20 for museum members), $35 for two items ($28 members), $45 for three items ($36 members) and $50 for four items ($40 members). There is a limit of four items per person. The last tickets will be sold at 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 11. Tickets include museum general admission and are non-refundable.
The Museum Road Show will take place at the State Museum, located at 301 Gervais Street in Columbia. For more information or to purchase advance tickets, call (803) 898-4999 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The great Fall Forest Acres Get Together returns with free music, free stuff for the kids to do and beer and wine are available for purchase to take the edge off a hectic workday.