This past weekend I attended The Black Keys / St. Vincent concert at Greenville’ s Bon Secours Wellness Arena (formerly BI-LO Center). That name is a mouthful, right? St. Vincent kicked off the night with her eclectic dance moves and heavy guitar playing. She was a great opener starting with “Rattlesnake” and finishing with “Bring Me Your Loves”. The set was full of high energy songs and amped the crowd up for The Keys. The
Band of the Week: Who: Porch 40 What: Edgy funk rock Where: Cullowhee, NC Why: My mama warned me about boys like these… Waves: “Alright”
Tomorrow  I am heading to Greenville for The Black Keys / St. Vincent show. In honor of this momentous show, I thought I would share my favorite videos by these artists. “Little Black Submarines” is from their seventh album, El Camino, and one of my favorites. Annie Clark aka St. Vincent has been around on the musical block for a while, but her February 2014 album, St. Vincent, has brought her additional street cred. I
Band of the Week: Who: The Lonely Biscuits What: Rock meets hip-hop Where: Nashville, TN Why: These boys know how to blend rock and hip-hop making for some energetic and entertaining tunes. This talented group has even landed the opening spot on Moon Taxi‘s tour. Waves:”Chasin’ Echoes”
I cannot express the severity of my obsession with this band; if The Black Crowes canoodled with Zac Brown in a sweet makin’ love kinda way, the end result would be this harmonious six piece mannish boy flow. I followed these guys all over the state of Georgia during my two-year residency, and every show just seemed to get better. This band’s passion for their fans and music is overflowing in every show they play. My fingers

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