It was another day of great weather and awesome crowds at Savannah Stopover. I ended up missing headliners Yuck and Blitzen Trapper because the lineup was so full of emerging artists that I wanted to see.
The 3rd and final day of Stopover kicks off soon — and there are some amazing afternoon options like the Dosti Music Project and the Graveface/Furious Hooves/Noisy Ghost PR showcase — so I’m not going to give any commentary right now about any of these acts.
But here you’ll see at least a photo each of CC Witt at The Jinx, Christopher Paul Stelling at The Jinx, Miquel Moure at Trinity, Hiss Golden Messenger at The Jinx, Sweet Crude at Trinity, Lucette at the Ships of the Sea, Tedo Stone at Congress Street Social Club (I literally arrived as they were finishing), Rainbow Kitten Surprise at Trinity, Mercury Girls at The Rail, Family and Friends at Trinity, Bruiser Queen at The Rail, Washer at The Jinx, Heaters at The Rail, Wild Powwers at The Jinx, Capsula’s Bowie tribute at Trinity, Honduras at Congress Street Social, and Mr Little Jeans at Club One. Fun night.
We’ll have a lot of posts in the next few days with various Stopover roundups and more on some of the bands you see here. (Click here for my day 1 recap.)