Let’s face it, trying to play a show on a Sunday in Savannah is hard, if not near impossible. Save for house venues, opportunities for Sunday shows are few and far between as most venues downtown are closed save for a select few.
Cue Sulfur Studios to the rescue. The intimate art gallery next to The Wormhole has become a saving grace for bands wishing to book an all ages or Sunday show. The gallery has hosted all manner of shows from Dad Joke’s prior exhibition featuring bands like Psychomagic alongside comedy acts to Don Giovanni’s Downtown Boys last summer.
Last week’s show featuring Athens’ own indie folk juggernaut Nana Grizol was no exception to the success that the gallery has seen when converting one of it’s central spaces into a perfectly sized performance space. Alongside Nana Grizol were their tourmate Toby Foster of Indiana’s High Dive performing a solo, acoustic set as well as Savannah’s own garage rock powerhouses Curbdogs and Garden Giant providing local support. All in all, getting the chance to catch Nana Grizol in such a personal setting was really a once in a lifetime kind of deal.
Here’s hoping that Sulfur Studios keeps up the awesome work. As always, check out a few shots below and hit the jump for the full set!