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Blues

They say: Blues, jazz, gospel, spirituals.

We say: The go-to Lady of Soul.

They say: A vintage rock and blues band from Charleston, performing originals alongside Cash, Dylan, Jackson Browne, Steve Earle and more.

We say: Whole hog pickin' and grinnin' from Yates Dew, Stanfield Gray, Bradley MacLean, and Mike Watson.

They say: Powerful and evocative ... post-hardcore indie blues.

We say: Shrimp recording artist Bill Carson writes a damn good wry, poignant tune.

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: "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: Swamp blues.

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

They say: Blues, funk, etc.

We say: Intensely funky stuff from the newly established blues-rock trio.

They say: Old-time Southern country-blues with a contemporary downtown flavor.

We say: Working the slide guitar all old-school like a 90-year-old Delta blues man.

They say: Blues, Southern rock, and country.

We say: Cottageville-based quartet.

They say: Piano-pounding fella with a far-reaching repertoire.

We say: Bluesy rock/soul pianist/vocalist.

They say: Original blues-rock with a party vibe.

We say: Heartfelt singer-songwriter with a strong backing band and original folk-pop tunes.

They say: Batuglia Knuckle Bucket!

We say: Classic rock, funk, Americana.

They say: Rock, funk, blues.

We say: Acoustic guitarist with a tapping style.

They say: Young jazz singer with an old soul.

We say: Soul/pop vocalist with jazzy style and an elegant set of standards and originals.

They say: Contemporary top-country and rock classics.

We say: Assertive country-rock; covers and originals.

They say: Shrimp recording artist: folk, blues, rock, pop.

We say: Trents solo album, The Winner, is reverby/rockabilly/boogie-ish. (also of Shovels & Dirt and The Films)

They say: The band for all occasions.

We say: Classic rock, blues, and R&B.

They say: A funky-ass groove dat makes your body move.

We say: The stylistic variety, wide-reaching versatility, and broad technical proficiency of Mac's current project, The BootyRanch, is above most in the local scene.

They say: A tight powerhouse quartet capable of playing authentic, traditional Delta and Chicago-style blues.

We say: Paige spent a lot of time playing rhythm and slide guitar in The Urban Shakedancers.

They say: Everything from country to beach music.

We say: Diligent songwriter, strummer, venue host, and singer with a lengthy song list. Often accompanied on stage by killer guitarist Chris Clifton (pictured).

They say: Blues, originals, and deep cuts.

We say: Young blues/rock guitarist and vocalist handling a mix of classics.

They say: The Shakin Martinis use a variety of instruments to incorporate different sounds and accommodate many different types of music.

We say: Blues, country, and oldies-rock.

They say: Lowcountry blues and original songs.

We say: Keyboardist Gary Shrimp City Slim Erwin is the glue that holds Charlestons hearty blues scene together.

They say: Blues, Rock, and Alternative Country.

We say: An enthusiastic guitarist and singer with a sharp and soulful style; alongside a trio of veteran Charleston players.

They say: "Hard-hitting blues/swing band."

We say: Local blues/rock singer and harmonica player Andy "Smoky" Weiner and special guests.

They say: Swamp blues meets Southern rock.

We say: Draped with Blake Ohlsons distorted pedal steel and Whitt Algars oscillating organ.

They say: Americana, blues, and Western swing.

We say: Versatile acoustic string player, pianist, and vocalist.

They say: Well-dressed as well, and hard pressed to bring fun and funny Vaudeville gems to life.

We say: Eden and Noodle of the V-Tones (with guests).

They say: Why do they insist on playing the type of aggressive, non-hippie guitar-driven rockstuff that only leads to trouble?

We say: Each member stubbornly plays his role as an odd character in the local scene.

They say: Acoustic gypsy/blues duo.

We say: The fuzzy-faced Mackie Boles and the vivacious Lily Slay have their devilish moments.

They say: Eccentric ukulele-driven jug band attempts to play hot club jazz!

We say: Absolutely adorable uke/string combo with vintage vaudeville in their hearts.

They say: Rock, folk, indie.

We say: Singer/songwriter with a bluesy groove.

They say: Aunique blend of traditional blues with a modern sound and originals youd swear youve heard somewhere before.

We say: Full band handling electric blues and boogie; originals and covers.

They say: Jazz pianist, vocalist, and bandleader.

We say: Versatile jazz/blues/vintage player with a long singlist.

They say: Roots music: soul and blues.

We say: Wiz-kid blues-rock from the IOP.



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