The wave slaves will once again be gracing our stage with their energetic brand of Surf Rock.
Joining them is Glass Mansion, Electro Pop Rock from South Carolina.
This is a celebration. This is community unity. This is a party. This is us counting it all joy (to quote the skinny man.)
This is Spitfire.
Poets will read pieces by, about and, dedicated to “Epiphany” – Dr. Kesi Moore-Shaw.
Music, laughter, poetry, community.
Join us as we give our sweet friend a joy filled send off.
Hosted by Spitfire’s son Marquice Lashaud Williams
Words of love by Pastor Candace E. Hardnett
Kesi’s favorite songs spun by Basik Lee
Kesi’s words read by her friends and cohorts.
Sign up at 7:30PM
Sign up at 7:30PM
Xuluprophet will be debuting a few new songs, and we will have a suprise guest coming to grace the stage with us.
XuluProphet is going to give 25% of the door to SAFE Shelter, Inc., Center for Domestic Violence Services. There will also be a raffle of the work done by Alfredo Martinez for the band. We will be getting more people involved as
If you would like to find out more about this organization that has been helping women get away from their abusers in Savannah for 35 years, check out their website here http://safeshelter.org/
Join Emergent Savannah for their upcoming Monday Means Community, The Politics of Place: People, Planning and Possibilities. Featured guests will include Executive Director of the MPC, Tom Thomson, Executive Director of the SDRA, Kevin Klinkenberg, Professor of Architecture/Urban Design and Urban Planner Ryan Madson and Zoning Land Use Attorney Harold Yellin of Hunter Maclean. Facilitation by Mary Landers of the Savannah Morning News. The conversation will be a look at the six corridors primed for development, what the role of the citizen can be the process and ultimately, asking what our vision for Savannah is.
This monthly show features Savannah’s very own:
Celva Horton E.J. Futch David Storck Brianne Halverson Jacob Buckner Corrina Wollmann Caleb Williamson & Steven Meyer
This is a show with a rotating cast of comedians, musicians and artists performing experimental comedy. Performers bring prepared material such as written sketches, original solo characters, radio plays, etc. Leave the kids at home.
Mr. Sommer has turned a simple strumming style into what may very well be the next big thing: an explosive and dramatic free-form style and, in the process, he’s become one of the finest free-form pickers anywhere, borrowing from Steve Howe, Merle Travis, Doc Watson and turning out a style that is authentically unique. And almost impossible to copy.