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All Artists - C

They say: Calvin has performed solo and with his band around the east coast for several years, entertaining audiences from young to old.

We say: Singer/guitarist: vintage soul, R&B, beach, and rock 'n' roll.

They say: A professional musician and private lesson instructor. Her experience and talents have allowed her to travel the world.

We say: A star on the local and national trumpeter scene.

They say: I've made my living performing and recording popular and original acoustic music since 1974.

We say: An elegant mix of American and European folk and country music.

They say: Sometimes raucous, sometimes sweet, rock n roll influenced by the Hank Williamses, the blues, the church.

We say: Still diggin the dust and bones. A.K.A. Shovels & Rope.

They say: Alt-rock covers that keep the party rockin!

We say: IOP five-piece/alt-rock cover band.

They say: Punk, punk, punk. We aim to make honest music, meaning that we arent going to mold to anything to try and fit in; we sing the songs that we like to sing.

We say: Local punk band that kicks, screams, etc.

They say: "Original rock 'n' roots music plus blues and various cool covers."

We say: A songwriter, performer, multi-instrumentalist, and world traveler, just in town from Nashville.

They say: Presented by the Jazz Artists of Charleston.

We say: Swing, big band, and Latin-jazz, led by Charleston trumpeter and conductor Charlton Singleton.

They say: Everyones favorite rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today.

We say: Classic rock, metal and jams.

They say: Chris Boone grew up in S.C., France, and Belgium, which helped shape him into the artist he is today; Late nights in social settings with music from the jukebox and the occasional piano in the corner begging to be played imprinted an irresistible passion for music.

We say: Versatile Charleston singer-songwriter

They say: Passionate singer, songwriter, guitarist performing melodic originals and rock covers.

We say: Bluesy twang, rock, and Americana.

They say: Great singer-songwriter from Sweden.

We say: The Sibelius of the local songwriter scene.

They say: Original Americana rock a la Crazy Horseand '70s Stones.

We say: Americana rock sound well-suited for the Lowcountrys laid-back beach scene.

They say: Charlestons finest bluegrass band.

We say: Drawing from the mountain traditions.

They say: Swamp blues.

We say: Twangy blues and folk from the wet underbelly of the Lowcountry.

They say: Rock/Americana "the pursuit of our dreams can lead us in many directions in life."

We say: Melodic/modern pop-rock with a twang (featuring Tyler and Joe from the band Bell).



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