Music Farm stabbing, Coastal Carolina Fair, Jazz at Fish, Chucktown Tavern, Duncan Sheik 


Man Hurt at Music Farm

A 31-year-old man was stabbed during an altercation at the Music Farm on Wed. Oct. 22 during hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia's sold-out performance. According to reports last week in The Post and Courier, the man was intoxicated and bleeding from a deep puncture wound on his left side when police officers were flagged down by club bouncers around 10:30 p.m. The group finished the show without any trouble.

Concerts at the Fair

The Coastal Carolina Fair celebrates its 52nd anniversary this year at the Exchange Park in Ladson with nine musical concerts at the Lakefront Stage mini-amphitheater. This year's series kicks off with a performance by vintage pop ensemble Three Dog Night at 8 p.m. on Thurs. Oct. 30. On Halloween, contemporary country artist Little Texas performs at 8 p.m. Additional acts include Jake Owen, Heidi Newfield, Phil Vassar, The Gin Blossoms, Bucky Covington, Little Anthony & The Imperials, and comedian James Gregory. Check out and see Music Board for more.

Jazzy Action at Fish

Newly-renovated downtown bistro Fish (442 King St.) has put vocalist Elise Testone and pianist Gerald Gregory in the weekly lineup. The duo performs jazz, soul, and funk from 6-9 p.m. on Thursdays. Check out for more.

Chucktown Tavern

The newly-opened Chucktown Tavern (159 Market St.) features live music Thursday through Saturday. This week, Myrtle Beach trio Red Emotion Riot plays sets of classic and modern funk-rock on Thurs. Oct. 30 and Fri. Oct. 31, while Dan Clamp strums tunes on Sat. Nov. 1. Visit for more.

Duncan Sheik: Live at The Sottile

New York based singer/songwriter Duncan Sheik announced a concert at the Sottile Theatre (44 George St.) on Fri. Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Sheik performs with a nine-piece ensemble on the heels of winning two Tony Awards for writing the musical score for the hit Broadway musical Spring Awakening. The set list will include original songs from the play's soundtrack as well as songs from his back catalog and his forthcoming solo album Whisper House (due in Jan.). Tickets are available for $30 ($25 advance) and $15 (students). Visit for more. —T. Ballard Lesemann


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