C’mon and make the short trek to Savannah and spend your Saturday listening to awesome bands. Here’s a nice way to start your Saturday. Step up and check out my early in the day band picks….
Best Behavior-Buried on a Mountain
Go local and check out LuLu The Giant with her upright bass and thoughtful songs. I posted about her HERE.
Or check out The Britanys...They have a Strokes vibe, but definitely have a unique, one-of-a-kind thumbprint. A new EP, Five a Side just out so lots to hear.
The Britanys-In Your Time
With a bit of radio play and a nice hit…“Glitter”. Charly Bliss is an up and comer on the indie scene. Thought I waould share the latest release from the album Guppy
Working our way into the evening, Tall Heights is my pick for the 6’o’clock hour. They will provide a nice chill folksy vibe to help me build up stamina for the rest of the evening.
Tall Heights -Spirit Cold (live)
Next, I can’t miss Julien Baker. A singer, songwriter, and tender and raw lyricist, I know I’ve seen her before, but I can’t miss her at Stopover. Don’t miss her either.
Julien Baker-Everybody Does
Now it is time to sway to the music and crank it up a notch….Lewis Del Mar works out just fine.
Lewis Del Mar-Painting (Masterpiece)
On to Half Waif…
photo by Mike Lindle
Tim Darcy of Ought has a new solo project, Saturday Night, and it is really really good. Can’t possibly pass up the chance to hear him share it live.
Tim Darcy-Tall Glass of Water
Moving into a heavier rock vibe, let’s go hear Ron Gallo of Nashville. This tune has a guitar sound like the Black Keys, but no mistaking it, he is solidly his own rock and roll.
Ron Gallo-Young Lady
If you would rather have a smoother, less wired sound, this band is for you, The Undercover Dream Lovers.
The Undercover Dream Lovers-The Way You Look (Ft. Rivka Rose)
I have been into Weaves for a couple of years now. With one of my favorites, “Don’t Drag Me Down”, I am excited to see them live.
I will be sad when this weekend ends….My favorite festival totally rocks!