The music scene seems to be steadily growing in Savannah thanks to the dedication of a lot of individuals who’ve committed themselves to getting the city on the radar of touring bands. That means two things for writers/photographers/music enthusiasts like myself though, we’re going to miss a lot more shows (unless you’re Larry Jack that is!) and that we’re going to be crazy busy providing coverage.
I’ve been sitting on this photo set for a while from an awesome show featuring Fare the Gap, Roses, New York City Queens and Sunglow at Hang Fire. Savannah locals Fare the Gap opened with an interesting fusion of folk and indie rock which was coupled perfectly with their energy and bubbly stage presence. Roses and New York City Queens offered up a more classic take on indie rock and both bands delivered solid sets. Closing out the show, Sunglow’s combination of synth and effects driven vocals was the perfect bookend for the night. Check out a few shots below and the entire set after the jump. Be sure to check out Fare the Gap as they’ll be one of the many acts playing at Savannah Stopover this year as well!