Schedule

Oct
11
Fri
Edisto River Adventures Rentals @ Riverfront Hall
Oct 11 – Oct 13 all-day
Edisto River Adventures Rentals @ Riverfront Hall

The Edisto Blackwater Boogie is all about celebrating the Edisto, and what would a celebration of the Edisto be without river activities?

In between musical performances and other festival events, be sure to make time to participate in some of the river activities that will be going on during the weekend!

All the equipment you need to have fun on the water will be available for rent.

Kick back and relax by enjoying a float down the Edisto—for just $20 per tube, you can drift along for 2 miles until you reach Edisto River Adventures, after which a shuttle will take you back to Givhans Ferry State Park. Paddleboards ($25), Single Kayaks ($25), and Tandem Kayaks ($35) will all also be available for rental. It’s everything you’d need for a self-guided paddle, and it includes a shuttle back to the park.

If you would like to pre-register or have any questions, call Edisto River Adventures at (843) 695-8146.

Edisto Blackwater Boogie – Friday – Gates Open @ Givhans Ferry State Park
Oct 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Cypress Creek @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm
Cypress Creek @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Father and son duo Mark and Daniel Vann will have you toe tapping and singing along with their classic bluegrass tunes!

Montana Dishong and the Carolina Coastline @ Main Stage
Oct 11 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm

Montana Dishong is an up and coming artist from Charleston South Carolina!! He brings an awesome twisted sound of old but new style country music.

Ben Somewhere @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
Ben Somewhere @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Born in Houston, TX in 1981, Ben Somewhere grew up in Terrebonne Parish, in the heart of Cajun country. His first instrument was saxophone in the school band which later got traded in for PA gear. After singing in various punk and hardcore bands as a teenager at 17 he picked up bass guitar. He later joined the Navy at 21 and went some years without performing. He began learning and writing on acoustic guitar while stationed aboard the U.S.S. Louisiana, a nuclear powered submarine. At the end of his final tour in the Navy he settled in Charleston and began performing at local venues.

Faith Schueler @ Side Stage
Oct 11 @ 3:45 pm – 4:15 pm
Jeep White and the BBE @ Main Stage
Oct 11 @ 4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
Jeep White and the BBE @ Main Stage

Jeep White was born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia. The great grandson of Valentine “Judge Wall” Hatfield, Jeep grew up on mountain music and a heritage filled with tales and stories of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The ups and downs of coal mining in Appalachia gave him the incentive to relocate to the musically rich shores of South Carolina. He has played in Country, Hillbilly, Rock & Roll, Top 40 and Blues Bands throughout the years. The music scene in Charleston, South Carolina, has allowed him to resurrect a lifetimes worth of writing. A cross between Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Neil Young and BB King, his original songs move from country to blues, serious to amusing, covering the spectrum of the struggles and triumphs of the lives we live. Full of emotion, his songs are sure to touch you, make you think, make you laugh and make you cry.

Roger Mindwater @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm
Roger Mindwater @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Roger Mindwater brings a dynamic mix of alt-rock, folk, and thought provoking lyrics that will stir your soul and get you moving!

Atlas Star @ Side Stage
Oct 11 @ 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Atlas Star @ Side Stage

A two man brotherhood who create perfect harmony with two voices, an electric violin and an acoustic guitar. Joe Gallagher Jr. and Christian Carroll are a completely unique musical entity. Months later they expanded to a 4 piece w/JD Ault & Brad Gibbs.

 

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Matthew Crissman @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Edisto Sunset Paddle @ Sandbar Behind Riverfront Hall
Oct 11 @ 5:30 pm
Edisto Sunset Paddle @ Sandbar Behind Riverfront Hall

Edisto Sunset Paddle, Friday, October 11

Meet at Givhans Ferry State Park at the sandbar behind Riverfront Hall at 5:30 pm for sign up, paperwork, payment, and kayak fitting. The paddle starts at 6 p.m. Paddle 2 miles down to Edisto River Adventures and take a free shuttle back to the park after. The trip time is approximately 1 hour. The cost is $25 for a Single Kayak or Paddleboard and $35 for Tandem Kayaks. Those with their own equipment are welcome to join the paddle for $20. This includes all equipment necessary to paddle.

If you would like to pre-register or have any questions, call Edisto River Adventures at (843) 695-8146.

Mike Freund Band @ Main Stage
Oct 11 @ 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Mike Freund Band @ Main Stage

MIKE FREUND (pronounced “friend”) a native of the South Jersey, never made it to his first paying gig. He instead, spent the night in the ER, suffering a concussion and receiving stitches to his head after suffering a car wreck. Once recovered, he persisted, making a name for himself. He performed with, MUNGER N FLORENCE, followed by PIMPHAT. Both bands performed in several local showcases, appearing on local TV 12 Late Night and a small local tour ending at THE HARD ROCK CAFE in Philadelphia. Later, Mike began working as a session player in, The Essence Recording Studio. He would often work in trade for time he could spend on his own recordings. In the early morning hours, after a late night session, all of his music equipment was stolen in a burglary. Once again, he persisted and with the help of his soon to be wife Jenn, together they were able to purchase the equipment needed to continue on. Mike quickly learned he’d need to find a way to finance his music aspirations and his growing family. Now married with a daughter, Mike began to subsidize his income by becoming a completely self employed, solo proprietor of his own business, separate of music. Eventually, The Freund Family, relocated to Charleston, SC. Mike quickly immersed himself into the music scene that is deeply rooted in the history of Charleston. He then met neighbor and now conga player, Jeff Leftenant. Building on his craft, performing on the touristy streets of Charleston, he became the frontman of the NORTH BY SOUTH BAND. Still continuing to write and record his own music, Mike took his original works to MANTIS RECORDS, where a budding friendship began between he and sound engineer, MITCH WEBB. With the support of his wife, Jenn, and the guidance of Mitch Webb, Mike recorded and released his first full length solo album titled “TOE THE LINE”. The up beat single “ HAIR’S ON FIRE” first aired on Charleston’s 105.5 The Bridge in September of 2016. The albums second track “THE HEAT” continues to gain popularity, thanks to 105.5’s radio show “ THE JAM”. After the release of his album, Mike was invited to perform at the South Carolina STATE FAIR. He hired a band for the performance only to be stood up by the drummer. Mike turned to social media and quickly found a replacement. A new loyal and professional friendship was forged with now drummer, MIKE BROWN. Originally from Atlanta, Mike Brown graduated from Morehouse College, schooled in jazz percussion. Mike Brown has work with Cee Lo green, Keri Wilson and many more and was now living in Charleston.

Mike Brown has since become a permanent member of the bands line up and is a strong influence on the bands sound. The following spring, THE MIKE FREUND BAND was invited to perform at the North Charleston ATRS FEST. The band performed without a bass player but as luck would have it, MARK SCHLEIS was in the audience. Mark Schleis was actively performing in party bands and was well know in the blues music scene and could often be seen hosting the Low Country Blues Jam around town. After a phone call and a few laughs, Mark joined the band.

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Sill Crow @ Side Stage
Oct 11 @ 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Sill Crow @ Side Stage

Sill Crow formed in the Summer of 2017 with founding members Chris Roberts, David MacIntire, and Trevor Van Ettan. Chris met David at a local open mic in 2015 where they made an instant musical connection on stage and continued doing so week after week. In search of a drummmer, Chris began phoning friends of friends to make the perfect fit. A mutual friend by the name of Eric Rickert suggested Trevor as the solution. Eric helped Chris and Trevor set up an initial meeting and live studio session at Ocean Industries to explore musical connections. Trevor showed immediate interest and they began rehearsals. Jack Rawley was soon added as the lead guitarist but left the band thereafter in hopes of expanding his own musical horizons.

In the summer of 2018 David Sink was added as the lead guitarist for the group and they are quickly picking up steam as they make their rounds in the Lowcountry of Charleston SC. They are a Delta Rock four piece that pulls influences from the humble beginnings of the Blues, R&B, Soul, and even Modern Pop. These influences and inspirations are apparent in their compositions.

Sill Crow is currently in the studio working on an EP with a projected release mid 2019.

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Tar & Feather @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Tar & Feather @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Tar & Feather is a new female bluegrass hybrid guitar duo from South Carolina. Their unique sound and rich harmonies create an upbeat, nostalgic style of music reminiscent to those of the old school bluegrass and country music radio shows, except with a mountain metal twist. The duo is made up of two Lowcountry art teachers from rural schools in the Francis Marion Forest. They are sure to delight you with postmodern upbeat country, bluegrass versions of many favorite songs, spirituals and homegrown originals. Check out their Facebook and Instagram pages for all their latest, shows, media events and music @tfeatherduo

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Saluda Shoals @ Main Stage
Oct 11 @ 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm
Saluda Shoals @ Main Stage

A stylistically unique country roots band from day one, the members of Saluda Shoals have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Saluda Shoals began in the spring of 2015 as an acoustic project between Henri Gates (Southwood) and Cassie Verhaeghe (Brushfires). The duo began writing music and performing nightly, quickly making a name for themselves. In 2016 they recruited some of Charleston’s best musicians and the full band was born. With over 250 shows in 2016 alone, Saluda Shoals have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a multitute of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while writing and recording new music. Learn more by exploring their website, and feel free to get in touch with any of your comments and questions.

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Mac Calhoun @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 11 @ 7:15 pm – 7:45 pm
Mac Calhoun @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Live Music Every Week, working on local duo’a & Trio’s. New Live and New Cover Music

 

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Zach Quillen – Sufferin’ Solo @ Side Stage
Oct 11 @ 7:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Zach Quillen - Sufferin' Solo @ Side Stage

The Sufferin’ Moses Blues Band plays a blend of soulful and funky-rocking blues, with tight vocal harmonies, skillful guitar work, and a high-energy stage presence. The band formed in Southeast Ohio in 2009, where the founding members met while studying and performing opera and other classical genres. But it is their mutual love for the blues that truly gives them their musical purpose. In 2012, the band took their talents to the beaches and salt marshes of the Charleston, South Carolina Lowcountry. Zach Quillen fronts the band with a powerful voice, sharing guitar duties with Bobby Withers. Brad Huffman, on bass and vocals, and Sean Harshaw on drums keep things steady in the rhythm section.

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Dan and the Wildfire @ Main Stage
Oct 11 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Dan and the Wildfire @ Main Stage

Dan and the Wildfire is a particularly potent cocktail comprised of 1 part old time mountain folk, 1 part classic rock and roll, and 3 parts bottom shelf bourbon. Mix it up and what you get is a musical experience that burns it’s way into your bones and lights up your soul with a crisp, rootsy sound that’ll leave you reeling for another taste of that Wildfire. This Boston based band was started by guitarist and singer-songwriter Dan HL in 2011 with trumpeter Thom Brennan and Keyboardist Matt Hines under the auspices of forging a softer, folk sound. Their sound grew beyond the folk boundary when bassist Sam Katz joined the band. To date, Dan and the Wildfire have played all over New England, Washington D.C., out to Chicago and burned down every place in between. Their third studio album ‘Bull Moose’, released in March of 2015, is the next chapter in the evolution of the folk, rock experience. Their well received second album ‘Smoke Signals’ is available worldwide and follows their debut album, ‘Nothing, Anything, Everything’ released under the moniker ‘Dan HL’ in 2011.

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Oct
12
Sat
Edisto Riverkeeper/FRED Presentation @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 3:55 pm – 4:05 pm
Oct
11
Fri
Edisto River Adventures Rentals @ Riverfront Hall
Oct 11 – Oct 13 all-day
Edisto River Adventures Rentals @ Riverfront Hall

The Edisto Blackwater Boogie is all about celebrating the Edisto, and what would a celebration of the Edisto be without river activities?

In between musical performances and other festival events, be sure to make time to participate in some of the river activities that will be going on during the weekend!

All the equipment you need to have fun on the water will be available for rent.

Kick back and relax by enjoying a float down the Edisto—for just $20 per tube, you can drift along for 2 miles until you reach Edisto River Adventures, after which a shuttle will take you back to Givhans Ferry State Park. Paddleboards ($25), Single Kayaks ($25), and Tandem Kayaks ($35) will all also be available for rental. It’s everything you’d need for a self-guided paddle, and it includes a shuttle back to the park.

If you would like to pre-register or have any questions, call Edisto River Adventures at (843) 695-8146.

Oct
12
Sat
Edisto Blackwater Saturday Excursions @ Mars Old Field Landing
Oct 12 @ 7:30 am
Edisto Blackwater Saturday Excursions @ Mars Old Field Landing

Edisto Blackwater Saturday Excursions

Encounter the secrets of a river morning or sleep in and float the afternoon away! ERA is offering both morning and an afternoon paddling opportunities on the 6-mile stretch from Mars Oldfield to Givhans State Park. Trips are largely self-guided but are sure to include plenty of experienced paddlers eager to share insider tips and expertise. On Saturday, October 12th, the morning paddle will start at 9 am at Mars Oldfield. If you have your own equipment you will meet at the landing. I you need to rent equipment, meet in front of Riverfront Hall in Givhans Ferry State Park. Renters will be picked up at 8 am for the morning paddle and 1 pm for the afternoon paddle. Guests who have their own equipment must be at Mars Oldfield Landing starting at 8 am for the morning trip and 1 pm for the afternoon trip. Once those with their own boats have unloaded at Mars Oldfield, they will drive back to the Park and hop on the ERA shuttle back to Mars Oldfield. Rental info: single kayaks and paddle boards are $45 and tandems will be $60. Shuttle cost for those who have their own equipment is $20.

If you would like to pre-register or have any questions, call Edisto River Adventures at (843) 695-8146.

Edisto Blackwater Boogie – Saturday – Gates Open @ Givhans Ferry State Park
Oct 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Justin Hodge @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 11:15 am – 12:15 am
Justin Hodge @ Side Stage

Finger-style guitarist, rich in tone & groove, with a variety of arrangements laid out over six strings to serve as a tasty treat.
Available for dinner parties, restaurants, weddings, corporate, private & public events. Nominated “Best musician” in Charleston.

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Corey Tate @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 11:45 am – 12:30 pm
Corey Tate @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Singer/songwriter who loves all genres of music. Currently covers hits from most genres and always looking to expand, Much love and good vibes friends!

 

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Clint 4 @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm
Clint 4 @ Main Stage

Instrumental in performing instrumental music in Charleston.

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Ranger Guided History Tour of Park @ Riverfront Hall
Oct 12 @ 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm
Ranger Guided History Tour of Park @ Riverfront Hall

Enjoy the beautiful Fall weather on a short hike with a Park Ranger. Anyone interested in learning more about the history of Givhans Ferry State Park and the Edisto river should join, this is a great opportunity to get a little exercise while learning more about this fantastic resource.

This will be a Ranger led hike detailing the unique characteristics of the landscape, history of the park and Edisto river. The hike will be approximately 1 mile long with a great opportunity to see some exciting wildlife.

We will begin the program at Riverfront Hall and it should last no more than an hour.

Tom and Tina Strickland @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm
Tom and Tina Strickland @ Riverfront Hall Stage

We are a husband and wife duet that enjoy entertaining with a wide variety of music ranging from 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Rock, Easy listening, and Country.

 

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Chance and Circumstance @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Chance and Circumstance @ Side Stage

Chance and Circumstance is a music collaboration project between singer/songwriters CK Chance and Jig Wiggler. With an eclectic blend of Blues, Jazz, Rock, Country and their own originals, they create an experience that’s sure to put a smile on your face and make you excited to hear what they’re going to play next.

 

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Noah Grove @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 1:15 pm – 2:00 pm
Noah Grove @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Noah Grove is a compassionate hard working musician with polished authentic vocals and tasteful guitar accompaniment.

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The Paul Stone Project @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm
The Paul Stone Project @ Main Stage

Exploring the blues one day at a time.

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Michael Kaitofen @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
Thompson Faulk @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 2:15 pm – 2:45 pm
Thompson Faulk @ Side Stage

Folk/Country/songwriter in Charleston, SC.

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40 Mile Detour @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 2:45 pm – 3:25 pm
40 Mile Detour @ Main Stage

“Authentic.American.Music.”…..that is how founding member Mark Yampolsky describes the Forty Mile Detour sound. “It’s Americana and draws from many American music styles, incorporating elements of blues, rock ‘n’ roll, folk and bluegrass.”

The members of Forty Mile Detour are Krystal Halvorson (vocals / banjo), Mike Sparks (lead guitar / vocals), Scott Tucker (drums), John Auwaeter (bass) and Mark Yampolsky (guitar / mandolin / vocals). In addition to guitar and vocals, Mark is the principle songwriter for the band.

When Charleston South Carolina radio personality, Wolf of 105.5 FM The Bridge heard Forty Mile Detour for the first time he became an instant fan. “Outstanding,” he says of the band, “If you haven’t seen them live you need to do yourself a favor and check them out. It’s great Americana music. It’s rock ‘n’ roll, blues and country all rolled up into one and it comes out sounding great.”

Forty Mile Detour has been performing their unique sound playing everywhere from craft beer houses to concert halls in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. “We love getting the opportunity to share our music” says Mark, “It is gratifying to see that our music is connecting with so many people.”

Forty Mile Detour plays their music from the heart, creating a sound that is true to the American spirit, the open road and the American dream. The band’s commitment to live performances continues to earn them many fans throughout the Lowcountry of South Carolina.

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Ron Daniel @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Ron Daniel @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Ron Daniel, a Summerville, SC Folk Songwriter with sounds reminiscent of folk’s golden age. Expressive and honed skill make Ron Daniel a pleasure to hear!

Flying Mountain Squirrels @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm

More information coming soon!

Chris Boone @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 3:25 pm – 3:55 pm
Montana Dishong and the Carolina Coastline @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Montana Dishong and the Carolina Coastline @ Riverfront Hall Stage

Montana dishong is an up and coming artist from Charleston South Carolina!! He brings an awesome twisted sound of old but new style country music.

 

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Dan Riley and The Marvelous Misfits @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 4:05 pm – 4:50 pm
Dan Riley and The Marvelous Misfits @ Main Stage

Dan Riley is a self-taught singer, songwriter, and guitarist who has been living the plant-based life for over four years. Raised in New England, he began writing songs at the age of 14 and never stopped, finding songwriting to be a healing and invigorating outlet. Now based in South Carolina, Dan is a staple in his local music community, playing venues, festivals, rallies, and private events all over the Charleston area, and organizing curated music events every month in an effort to bring people together. His sound has been described as soulful and authentic, and he finds inspiration in folk, rock, americana, blues, roots, and just about any sort of music that moves the soul. His lyrics are often autobiographical, reflecting the peaks and valleys of his own personal journey. Dan is currently working on his debut album, which will be released in 2019.

 

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John Zackary
Oct 12 @ 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm
Joshua Jarman @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 4:50 pm – 5:20 pm
Joshua Jarman @ Side Stage

I began my guitar playing endeavors around the age of 8. I never had the opportunity to sit and take formal lessons, so my approach consisted of sitting around emulating what I heard around me. My playing discipline was always 3 solid hours of playing a day.
Around 15, I joined my first band and experienced mild success as a young performing artist. This allowed me to become more comfortable with my playing and stage presence before finally committing to solo performances at the age of 19.
I began writing about my perspectives. The way I saw things from where I stood. I never paid any mind to where it would take me.
At 23 years old, in 2014, I tied with local guitarist Jamisun for the win of the Charleston Acoustic Guitar Throwdown Competition. My uncommon guitar playing style gathered a bit of a buzz in the community shortly after that.
Now, I have over 35 original songs, over 100 cover songs, a venue list of over 20 local areas, an endorsement deal with Nicola String Company, and a growing network of fellow musicians and listeners!
I expect to release a handful of full length albums during my career and gig as necessary throughout the world spreading my unique sounding view of this life experience.

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Eldritch Root @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 5:20 pm – 6:10 pm
Eldritch Root @ Main Stage

Alternative Funk Rock five piece native to Summerville SC. We bring the party wherever we play. We are available for weddings, corporate, private parties, and bar entertainment. Liven up your next function today!

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John Simpson @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Danielle Howle @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 6:10 pm – 6:40 pm
Danielle Howle @ Side Stage

Danielle has opened for a wide range of acclaimed musicians such as Bob Dylan, Janis Ian, The Avett Brothers, Darius Rucker, Sam Bush, Gillian Welch, Steve Earl, Stephen Wrembrel, Matuto, Saralee Guthrie, Ani Difranco, Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins, and Fugazi.

Recently returning from touring with Indigo Girls in the western US, Howle went full force into 2017 by recording a Live CD with her band.

Danielle has gained worldwide admiration as both a performer and music educator. After her most recent UK tour with Martin Stephenson and the Dainties, Danielle taught a week- long song-writing workshop at the Akron Civic Center with Nashville notables Steve Bogard and Jamie Floyd. “My goal is to be completely aware of each student’s authenticity and goals, so I can explore with them and reveal creative opportunity. We dug in deep in Akron. The student commitment was astounding and humbling to me.”

In addition to a busy regional and national touring schedule, Danielle is co-founder and serves as artist-in-residence for Awendaw Green, an arts network near Charleston SC. For 8 years, every Wednesday, rain or shine, they have been producing a weekly musical review show called The Barn Jam, featuring established, emerging bands, and songwriters from all over the U.S. and abroad. Each Wednesday, this event draws a crowd upward of 500 fans, and has stimulated explosive interdependent growth in the music and arts community in the low country of SC.
From Awendaw Green, Danielle Howle created Swamp Sessions- the only solar powered recording facility in a national forest. The Francis Marion National Forest, on the tidal Echaw Creek, is home to Swamp Sessions- a place where artists meet, write and are produced by Danielle Howle. In addition to recording sessions, I songwriter workshop is held there where Danielle teaches with an elite group of educational professional. A detailed list is available upon request.

Howle has also applied her musical gifts to film for many years, and loves to put music to moving visual stories. She recently produced a short film with concert violinist Catherine Dudley-Rose. An intimate portrait of a performing artist’s journey as seen through the lens of her relationship with her pianist/composer father, “Parallel Chords” continues to receive national recognition throughout the film festival circuit. In addition to producing the film with director writer
Dudley-Rose, four of Howle’s songs are featured in this short 13-minute film soundtrack.

As part of her spring tour supporting the Indigo Girls, Danielle Howle has just released a new 5-song EP. This collection is a sonic experiment pairing various producers, studios, and techniques. Grammy winner: producer/engineer Malcom Burn mixed mixed track two, “How Do You Want to Go”.

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Jerimiah King @ Riverfront Hall Stage
Oct 12 @ 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Jerimiah King @ Riverfront Hall Stage

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Logan and the Kidders @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 6:40 pm – 7:30 pm
Logan and the Kidders @ Main Stage

We are a southern soul group based in the Charleston, SC region. Includes Logan Aggeles (lead vocals/Guitar) Ceclia violin/vocals) Cory(bass) Chad(drums)

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Jefferson Coker Band @ Side Stage
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Jefferson Coker Band @ Side Stage

The Jefferson Coker Band formed in the summer of 2010, when he and fellow singer/songwriter Kevin Church started gaining notice in the Charleston, SC music scene… They felt the best way to gain a large audience was to put a full band together.. hence.. The Jefferson Coker Band……
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Jefferson’s first release “FREEDOM”, released in January of 2011 was recieved with critical sucess…
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Ballard Lesemann of The Charleston City Paper said,
. “Jefferson Coker is a unique musician with a hell of a life story. He manages to imbue his songs with the joy found in rock’s most elegant records and with the sadness found in the most heartbreaking blues and country masterpieces”…..
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Cameron Easley – Live5News.com
. “The Jefferson Coker Band brings a big slice of Americana ”
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With a full tour schedule and the band lineup set… It’s looking to be the JCB;s year.. With thier unique blend of Americana, Blues, Funk & Rock, They’re definetly an act to be seen in 2012…
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THE JEFFERSON COKER BAND IS:
Jefferson Coker, Vox / Guitar
Dave Grunstra, Harmonica / Mandolin / Vox
Ricky Feagan, Bass
Chris French, Drums / Percussion / Vox
with the occasional special guest Kevin Church, Guitar / Vox
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JEFFERSON COKER
Radio.SC Artist of the Year, nominee
Multiple appearences, LowCountry Live ABC(4)
Feature Article June 2008 Issue, Low Country Underground Magazine
Cover Story, December 2009 Issue, Low Country Underground Magazine
Feature Article, Greenville Chronicles, Metro Mix, July 2010
Feature Article, The Charleston City Paper, Jan. 2011
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Jefferson Coker’s debut release “FREEDOM” is available @ the following Links:
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www.cdbaby.com/jeffersoncoker
Itunes
amazon
…Well, pretty much everywhere you can buy music…

Thank you for Supporting Independant Aritsts and Music

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Pierce Edens @ Main Stage
Oct 12 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Pierce Edens @ Main Stage

As those who have seen him live can attest, Pierce Edens absorbed the songwriting, storytelling and musical styling of the surrounding Appalachian Mountains, where he spent his childhood. This history takes the form of old time, folk and bluegrass music as well as spoken words of storytellers from his North Carolina home; this has earned him the moniker of “Appalachicana.”

Over the last ten years, Edens has been drawing on those roots and blending them with the grungy rock and roll sounds that took him in his teenage years. The result is a haunting and fiery mixture that is notoriously hard to pin down. Allmusic.com classifies Edens as both “Folk-Rock” and “psychedelic-grunge,” and No Depression writer Bill Kopp says “[He] could just as easily- and accurately- be tagged with the singer/songwriter label; He’s a gritty troubadour who takes what he needs from each style, blending and bending it to suit the needs of his songs.”

Through relentless touring, independently producing 4 albums (with one on the way), one full length concert film, and sharing the stage with musical heroes such as: Jim Lauderdale, Todd Snider, Will Kimbrough, and Sturgill Simpson, Edens has garnered a dedicated following of fans across the nation. And as Fred Mills of Blurt magazine says… “Edens is the R.F.D. (Real effin’ Deal), and when he and his band have their collective back against the wall, there’s trouble in store.”

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