Author: Petee Worrell

Savannah Stopover 2017 Review + Photo Gallery

Good grief. Every year, Stopover gets bigger and bigger while I manage to get older and older. I just can’t party like I used to it seems. Which is a shame because this year’s Stopover was party central. This year’s…

Savannah Stopover 2017 – Petee’s Picks

March is a curious thing here in Savannah. For some, it means the height of the college basketball season. For others, it’s the time of year when the entire town is drenched in green in preparation for month long St.…

Savannah Stopover 2017 Spotlight – JEFF The Brotherhood

You’ve got to respect a band that takes a straight forward approach when it comes to their musical endeavors. Case in point: JEFF The Brotherhood. They’re brothers. They play rock and roll music. That’s it. Well, that’s not all I…

Savannah Stopover 2017 Spotlight – Alanna Royale

If you don’t find yourself once an Alanna Royale track comes on, I’m afraid you’ve either lost all soul or you may possible be deaf. The Nashville based band combines influences from funk, pop, and a little old school rock…

Savannah Stopover 2017 Spotlight – Julien Baker

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to the world of singer-songwriters. Many acts get lost in the shuffle because, as talented as they may be, they can’t seem to stand out from the crowd. This is most certainly…

Savannah Stopover 2017 Spotlight – High Waisted

I do my absolute best not to not to fall for bands based solely on descriptions, but there was no way I could avoid doing that when I first found out about High Waisted. Described as surf rock meets pop…

Savannah Stopover 2017 Spotlight – Hockey Dad

Hailing from Windang, Australia, Hockey Dad have been blurring the lines between surf rock and pop since 2013. On their latest album, Boronia, the duo have combined bright guitar riffs and killer drum beats to create a sound that embodies…

Punk Mess 2 Preview

Rolling into its second year, Savannah’s annual punk, rock, garage, and noise festival, Punk Mess, is poised to be stronger than the first fest. The lineup of over 20 bands spread out across two days and two separate venues shows…

Album Review: The Anxiety Junkies – “Gentrified Homicide”

One of the great things about the music scene in Savannah isn’t just that great artists migrate this way, but also that Savannah cultivates unsuspecting dabblers into great artists. Not that other local scenes aren’t great, but the mixture of…

Album Review: The Gumps – “The Gumps”

Thanks to the advancements of technology, D.I.Y. recordings no longer automatically draw visions of fuzzy audio on cassettes and hand written insert for CDs (although the personal touches aren’t always a bad thing). Readily available equipment and tenacious spirit is…