Weekly Digest #6

Savannah Stopover Is The Underground Music Scene’s Best Kept Secret
-The Rawckus  

 A Tribe Called Red (playing Friday 3/10 @ Club One)

A Tribe Called Red (playing Friday 3/10 @ Club One)

Festival Updates:

  • This year’s Festival Headquarters (HQ!) will be located at 38 Barnard Street between Broughton Street and Congress Street. Operating hours below. Don’t forget, all pre-purchased or awarded tickets have to be exchanged for wristbands!

Your First Stopover? The Rawckus hits the nail on the head with what makes Stopover unique and special in this wonderful festival preview: Rawckus Magazine

A Tribe Called Red Releases Music Video for “Indian City” on Fader

“Some of us have found our way first through beats, breaking and turntablism, only to find it leading us back to our roots,” states A Tribe Called Red in an email to Fader magazine.

In their music video for “Indian City,” this concept of an artistic “pilgrimage” is on full display, leaving no room to doubt the beauty of blending one’s past with scenes of the present.

Watch and read more about the message behind the stunning visuals below. ATCR play Club One Friday night at 12:30AM. Article on Fader

Also, be sure to watch their fantastic 15 minute profile on CTV News.

Lillie Mae Rische gives us EVERYTHING… AND THEN SOME

Yesterday, Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and musician, Lillie Mae Rische announced the release of her debut album Forever and Then Some, produced by Jack White (out April 14th on Third Man Records) and dropped the first single, “Over the Hill and Through the Woods” accompanied by its scenic visuals.

But that's not all! Beginning today, the lead single will be available as a vinyl 7” at thirdmanstore.com!

We’re all buzzing here at the Stopover office for what we’re in for during her set this year! Lillie Mae plays Trinity United Church Friday, 3/10 at 6:30pm.

Get all the details on Paste Magazine.

River Whyless Drops Powerful Women's March Visuals for “Fortunate Son” Cover

Where strong vocals meet strong visuals, a project that is Americana to its core is created.

Watch River Whyless’ cover of the classic 60s protest song, “Fortunate Son”. And catch their set Saturday, March 11th at 5pm at Trinity United Church.

Molly Burch Releases Please Be Mine

Filled with retro vibes and soft yet encapsulating vocals, Please Be Mine, will have you feeling as if Molly Burch has been here before. An utterly refreshing blast from the past, the LP is one of those special projects that you really want to play all the way through with each listen.

Whether you're playing it on your ride home or using it as the soundtrack to your post-work unwinding session, it's hard not to think, “Wow, this is just a debut?”

We can't wait to see what else is in store for Burch as we gear up for her performance this Stopover! Molly Burch plays upstairs at  Wild Wing Saturday, 3/11 at 9:30pm.

Read what others have to say about Please Be Mine:

Walker Lukens New Song “Where Is Thunder Road?”

What do you get when you combine soul singer, Walker Lukens, and Spoon drummer, Jim Eno? A head-jerking, toe-tapping, full-body swinging, blues joint!

Stream the track and get ready for a performance that'll blow you away this Stopover! Walker Lukens plays El-Rocko Lounge Friday, 3/10 at 12AM.
Article on Uproxx

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