The Vegabonds cross boundaries of multiple music genres. These vibrant songs travel from sad to soulful; gritty to glorious. It’s a timeless American album in the sense it deals with eerie matters working people endure and captures their salvation in a song. Songs like “Partyin’ with Strangers”, the new single “I Ain’t Having It” and “When The Smoke Clears Up” proves the group’s ability to move people with a story, beat and melody.
The Stews blend genres such as hard rock, alternative, indie and more- The Stews are a rock band that isn't confined to just one sound. Spawned out of impromptu basement jam sessions in the fall on 2020, the band started as a group of friends who also happened to be musicians. This chemistry is what fuels their electric (often sweaty) live shows and allows them to write the music that they love to play.
87 Nights developed a reputation as thrilling live performers, with the chops to play self-penned tunes ranging from the blues to psychedelic-rock. Evoking the strutting swagger of the Rolling Stones with “I Ain’t Your Man”, and hummable melodies of the Beatles on “Troublemaker”, their self-titled debut album, Eighty Seven Nights, solidified their reputation as one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the Charleston music scene in recent years.