There are still some $20 tickets left for Thursday’s 10th anniversary show at The Jinx, but you might not want to wait too long. Click here for the club’s contact info.
Murder By Death‘s last appearance here was at The Jinx during the 2011 Savannah Stopover — that show was hands down one of the tightest rock shows I’ve seen around these parts. Their album Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon, a thrilling work of art, was in regular rotation at my house for several months, and I’m guessing that The Jinx owner Susanne Guest Warnekros listens to MBD pretty much every day.
The five-piece from Bloomington, Indiana has been knocking around the country for over a decade now, and they seem to be just getting better and better.
One of my personal favorites, though a bit lower key than many of the songs they’re likely to play this week:
So I’d be paying $20 for Thursday’s show even it was just Murder By Death.
But American Aquarium will be returning to Savannah for the first time in over a year.
I first caught the Americana band from Raleigh during a hectic St. Patrick’s Day holiday a few years back and have been gushing about them ever since. Lead singer B.J. Barham’s raspy voice and intense lyrics are matched by the musicianship of the rest of the crew.
I don’t know if the American Aquarium will play “Savannah Almost Killed Me,” but it would be fitting:
And The Jinx’s 10th anniversary will also feature performances from The Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue, which sold out the joint a few weeks ago.