Reading this article makes me extremely hyped. Not only does the author touch on the importance of supporting local music, but he also reveals that the key to success is unity throughout Charleston.
"Can we do this Charleston?" HELL YEAH, WE CAN!
The whole notion that Rap only needs "something meaningful to say" is a little bit regressive. The reason young thug has blown up the way he has is because he's pushed the boundaries of rap music by creating a different sound, the same thing Big Boi and Andre 3000 did. That has been the key for anyone wanting to become successful and put their city on the map. Lyrical consciousness is fine but it doesn't define rap. If Charleston wants to make waves and be a mecca for hip hop we need to start pushing boundaries and stop focusing only on lyrics
I AM THERE!! It's great to have a home town show again after there last visit nearly 6 years ago to the date. Chicago and Deer Creek were great this summer, but I'm looking forward to saving some money and staying relatively close to home.
Saw Sam in Tennessee last month at the Grand Ole Opry. One of my new favorite musicians. Love the Storyman c.d.
Learn more from our interview with Matt Megrue on Episode 22 of Charleston-based music podcast The Fringe! https://soundcloud.com/thefringepodcast/ep…
And you can hear two of the songs (unfortunately not this one, due to some, er, language issues) on WYLA 97.5 FM.
Sometimes Straight to Hell is Reggae.
Tab is an awesome guy. He and his band always put on a great show. He is very comical and interacts so well with his fans. I have seen him MANY times and plan on seeing him everytime he comes to the NY/NJ/PA areas. In fact I am going out to Vegas to the Big Blues Bender to see him play. I truly enjoy his music. One of the best out there.
Why would someone downvote DMB Dubstep?
Prob. Ian would not want you to do a Fugazi cover band and if you did you better not make any money or charge for your show.
Yea, I know, I know.
I got a bad mouth.
always talkin shit haha
You're right. I can't be what I was so I better start being just what I am.
can't sit idly by, mat. you gotta fight for what you wanna be
"Charleston sure does love a good tribute concert."
And yet, every single time I mention my Fugazi cover band idea, all I get is crickets.
fantastic interview!!!!! great pictures!!!!
Dear Nathan and Eva, I really like to watch your movies and I enjoy listening to your music. I wish you could come to Holland and performe here in the Netherlands....i am almost sure that is going to happen. ThAnks. Jan Hofman Holland
"So no threats of violence from the Christian community?"
There's plenty of psychological threats right here in these comments from "Christians".
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