March is my favorite month in Savannah. It is our one month of Spring-weather, the clocks change on March 9th, and I always appreciate the extra hour of daylight. And of course, the Savannah Stopover and St. Patrick’s Day are in March. More on those in the next few weeks. It looks like the good shows are starting early this month, with a few good shows this weekend and continuing onto Monday and Tuesday. You better get in some practice, the Stopover is next week!
Eric Culberson (blues) – Bayou Cafe
TimeCop vs DangerSnake – Molly MacPherson’s
Waits & Co. (Americana) – Moon River Brewing
Magic Rocks (classic rock covers) – Rocks On The Roof
Back City Woods (Americana), Sinners & Saints (foot stompin shit kickin whiskey drinkin sweet lovin music) – Jinx
Justin Fedor (from New Familiars) – Molly MacPherson’s – Justin always puts on a good show.
Lingo (Funky-jazz jam band) – Congress Street Social Club – One of my guilty pleasures is jam bands, and this sounded like an interesting jam band, seemed like they had a fair amount of funk and jazz thrown in on the clips I heard.
City Hotel – Driftaway Café – Be sure to catch this bluegrass band if you happen to be on the Southside (that’s you, Tommy Holland)
Hitman – Bayou Cafe
Hypnotics (garage-party rock) – Molly MacPherson’s
Against The Grain, Rotten Blush – Jinx
Band Of Horses – Trustees Theater – This show is sure to bring some memories of the classic Wormhole show from October 2013.
Rachel Kate, Lovely Locks – Hang Fire – I think I saw this show about six weeks ago at the Jinx, I enjoyed it then and I expect it to be just as good this time (although I will miss Waits & Co this time). Lovely Locks are one of my must-sees and Rachel Kate puts on a very good show.
Jason Bible – Foxy Loxy – Another good show at the Foxy, this time from the lead singer of the Train Wrecks