Charlton Singleton takes on pop, jazz and anything else he enjoys


Charlton Singleton’s interests span far beyond jazz, and his upcoming pop show at Charleston Music Hall
will display his diverse taste and get the crowd dancing | Photo by Ruta Smith

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Haunters land at Big Gun Burger Sept. 29

Chelsea Grinstead

Indie punk outfit Haunters started out as a solo project of local guitarist Jonathan Minor in 2016, and then bassist Brendon Shealy and drummer Jeff O’Brien came on board. The three-piece will celebrate the cassette release of EP Long Days//Sleepless Nights with a free show at Big Gun Burger Sept. 29 at 10 p.m.  Released […]

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Ride Oct. 2 with Charleston Moves in support of safer North Bridge

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