Savannah Stopover 2016 – Friday Recommendations

Greetings! So, you survived day one and hopefully had an awesome time! Well, there’s no rest for the weary so make sure you hydrate with something besides beer and take in a little more of the local flavor besides that ever so convenient walk-up window under the Golden Arches on Broughton St. before we plunge into Day 2! If you’re at a loss for bands to check out, here are a few that I’d recommend in a heartbeat.

Christopher Paul Stelling: 5:00pm at The Jinx
– Folk/Country infused Americana with some stellar guitar work.

Surf Rock Is Dead: 6:00pm at Ampersand
– Ambient, effects driven, groove heavy surf rock.

Family and Friends: 8:00pm at Trinity United Methodist Church
– High energy, Americana tinged, indie rock out of Athens driven by dual percussionists.

Garden Giant: 9:00 at Wild Wing Cafe
–  Savannah’s own 90s influenced garage rock gem.

Bruiser Queen: 9:00pm at The Rail Pub
– Slightly sweet, slightly gnarly garage rock duo.

COEDS: 10:00pm at Ampersand
– Local “raucous N rollers”

Capsula’s David Bowie Tribute: 11:00pm Trinity United Methodist
– It’s a David Bowie tribute by one of Stopover’s best acts from last year. Do I really need to say more?

Big Ups: 11:30 at The Jinx
– Super rad post-punk in the vein of Fugazi or mclusky.

Diet Cig: 12:00am at Ampersand
– Self proclaimed “slop pop” duo out of New York

No BS! Brass Band: 12:30 at The Jinx
– Big brass out of Virginia to end your night with.

Stay strong kiddos! Fun times are ahead so rest up for tomorrow!