I will be in attendance. My Life Partner and I listen to music.
The actual show lineup is Vader, Vital Remains, Sacrificial Slaughter, Execration, Extremely Rotten, Coffin Syrup (Chucktown brutal death metal since 2003).
This is something I might actually crawl out of the hovel to come and see.
Yes Virginia, they do make black hipsters.
That has been corrected.
I think the Music Hall date is 10/12
It has been corrected.
Take it from me, this stage was stunning - backlit by live oaks, with trees throughout the open air dance floor, this stage transforms Brick House into a comfortable, welcoming open-air entertainment venue on par with what the folks at Pisgah have done in Asheville with their outdoor stage. The production and lighting were top notch, and you can tell they took the time to do it right. Charleston's live music scene has needed an venue like this we can be proud of, and the Brick House delivered in a big way.
It's ADALYA not Avalaya ;)
Not sure about their talent but you can't fault their tenacity. Nice article.
Hope this venue has more cool inside than it does outside. Totally ugly parking area gouged out of the trees with no thought to curb appeal. Also hope they have done something to curtail the noise pollution that has people who live in the area complaining to James Island Town Council and Mayor Woolsey. Due to its limited resources the Town is relatively impotent when it comes to such matters and gets only 2 1/2 of 5 stars when it comes to living up to its promises. Sometime it really seems the Town is more concerned with trees than people.
It is worth the wait!
Mado been killin it for years.
Indie is not a goddamn style.
She is so talented. I love this girl! Can't wait to hear her new songs.
"It's tragic people feel it necessary to shame others into believing what they believe."
It's ironic that you just did exactly that.
It's already sold out.
It's tragic people feel it necessary to shame others into believing what they believe. Listen to what you like, whatever it is.
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