Yonder Field Presents SC State of Beer & Music Festival
Fri, Oct 13
Sat, Oct 14
(2 Day Pass) SC STATE OF BEER: A CELEBRATION OF CRAFT BEER & MUSIC FEST
Dr. John, The Marcus King Band, Trae Pierce & The T-Stones, The Travelin Kine, Greg Payne & The Piedmont Boys, VillaNova, HoneySmoke, Danielle Howe, Tyler Boone, See Water, The Black Iron Gathering
180 Log Cabin Road
Bowman, SC, 29018
Doors 2:00 PM / Show 3:30 PM
SC STATE OF BEER: A CELEBRATION OF CRAFT BEER & MUSIC FEST
SC State of Beer Festival – A Celebration of Craft Beer & Music at Yonder Field, in Bowman, South Carolina.
This event includes 1 stage (The Main Stage), tailgating, and overnight camping, and appears over two days, Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 14. Headliner for Friday is the soulful and blues sounds of The Marcus King Band. Saturday’s headliner is the legendary Dr. John.
Tickets prices range from GA Lawn-Music only; GA Lawn Tasting, VIP GA Lawn Tasting; Early Bird pricing, 1-Day Passes; 2-Day Passes, & Camping.
GA/Tasting includes: tasting mug, 5 tokens = $1 value each (10 tokens for 2 Day Pass) & Preferred Parking.
VIP includes: tasting mug, shirt, poster, VIP restrooms, VIP Viewing Area, VIP Premium Parking, and 5 to 10 tokens.
Friday Pass: Saturday Pass: Two Day Pass:
GA Lawn, Music Only $20 $29 n/a
GA Lawn/Tasting $32 $49 $ 65
VIP $75 $95 $145
Premium Parking $30 $30 n/a
2-Day Car Camping (2 ppl) $ 75
2- Day RV Camping (4 ppl) $150
2-Day Companion each $ 35
Friday, October 13
2:00 pm - Gates Open for Parking & Campground.
Main Stage (GA Standing - open to all ticket holders)
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm - HoneySmoke
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm - Villanova
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm – Greg Payne & The Piedmont Boys
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Trae Pierce & The T-Stones
9:30 pm t0 11:30pm- The Marcus King Band
Campground: Late Night – The Black Iron Gathering
Saturday, October 14
11:00 am - Gates Open for Parking & Campground.
Main Stage (GA Standing - open to all ticket holders)
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm – See Water
2:30 pm to 3:30 pm – Tyler Boone
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm – Danielle Howe
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – Trae Pierce & The T-Stones
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm- The Travelin Kine
9:00 pm to 11:00 pm – Dr. John
Camping: Car Camping Pass $75: includes camping for (2) people + (1) car/truck. Additional people must purchase a Camping Companion Pass. Everyone in car/truck will need to purchase a GA Lawn Ticket. RV Pass $150: Includes camping for (4) people + (1) RV. Additional people must purchase a Camping Companion Pass. Everyone in car/truck will need to purchase a GA Lawn Ticket.
Campers of all ages are allowed but aged campers 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Parking: Preferred Parking $10.00; Premium Parking $30.00
All Ticket Prices increase $5 September 1st.
All Ticket Prices increase $5, Day of Show.
The legendary Dr. John is a six-time GRAMMY® Award-winning musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Known throughout the world as the embodiment of New Orleans' musical legacy, Dr. John is a true icon in American culture. His colorful musical career began in the 1950s when he wrote and played guitar on some of the greatest records to come out of the Crescent City, including recordings by Professor Longhair, Art Neville, Joe Tex and Frankie Ford.
Dr. John headed west in the 1960s, where he continued to be in demand as a session musician, playing on records by Sonny and Cher, Van Morrison, Aretha Franklin and The Rolling Stones' Exile On Main St. During that time he launched his solo career, developing the charismatic persona of Dr. John the Night Tripper. A legend was born with his breakthrough 1968 album Gris-Gris, which introduced to the world his unique blend of voodoo mysticism, funk, rhythm & blues, psychedelic rock and Creole roots. Several of his many career highlights include the masterful album Sun, Moon and Herbs in 1971 which included cameos from Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger and 1973's In the Right Place, which contained the chart hits "Right Place Wrong Time" and "Such A Night."
In addition to his six GRAMMY® wins (1989, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2008 and 2013), he has received six other GRAMMY® nominations over the years. In 2006, he was nominated for Sippiana Hericane, his Hurricane Katrina benefit disc. After Hurricane Katrina, Dr. John immediately stepped up to the plate with generous relief fund-raising concerts and recordings. In 2007, he was also inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame and the Blues Hall of Fame. In 2008, he released City That Care Forgot, winning a GRAMMY® for Best Contemporary Blues Album. His 2012 release Locked Down, with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys also won a GRAMMY® for Best Contemporary Blues Album.
In 2013, Dr. John was awarded an honorary doctorate from Tulane University alongside His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
On August 19, 2014, Dr. John releases Ske-Dat-De-Dat…The Spirit Of Satch on Concord Records, an album in tribute to another larger-than-life New Orleans legend: Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. He honors Armstrong's musical genius as well as his effervescent personality with 13 classic numbers drawn from various phases of the seminal trumpeter and vocalist's five-decade career, with Dr. John joined by a stellar supporting cast, including Bonnie Raitt, Ledisi, the McCrary Sisters, Anthony Hamilton, Shemekia Copeland, the Blind Boys of Alabama, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and trumpeters Nicholas Payton, Terence Blanchard, Arturo Sandoval, Wendell Brunious and James Andrews.
After a half century of creating music for others and himself, Dr. John continues to write, arrange, produce and interpret with a passion that has yet to wane.
The Marcus King Band
Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader.At only 20 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical ability is evident throughout The Marcus King Band, the young phenom’s 2nd full-length LP and first for Fantasy Records. Operating within the fiery brand of American roots music that King calls "soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock," the album highlights King’s gorgeous, rough-hewn vocals, soaring guitar work and heartfelt songwriting all amidst a group of masterful musicians who, together, are quickly becoming one of the country’s most sought after live acts. Raised in Greenville, South Carolina, King was brought upon the blues, playing shows as a pre-teen sideman with his father—bluesman Marvin King, who himself was the son of a regionally-known guitarist—before striking out on his own. Going beyond the sonic textures of his acclaimed 2015 debut album, Soul Insight; The Marcus King Band broadens his sound, touching upon everything from funky R&B to Southern soul and Americana in the process. His band gets in on the action too, stacking the songs with blasts of swampy brass, a lock-step rhythm section and swirling organ. Ever the multitasker, King bounces between several instruments, handling electric and acoustic guitar —as well as pedal and lap steel — while driving each track home with his soulful, incendiary voice. Having spent the past year tirelessly playing ever-larger venues and festivals to a burgeoning fan base, The Marcus King Band was written on the road and recorded during a series of live takes at Carriage House Studios in Stamford, CT.The album captures the energy of the band's blazing live show, as well as the talent of a rising young songwriter reaching well beyond his years. "The majority of our songs are specific to situations I've lived," King explains. "I write as a form of therapy, to release my emotions into a musical expression. I want people to know they're not the only ones going through that pain. Music is the true healer. And when we perform, we want the audience to leave feeling as tired and as emotionally freed as we do. It's all about getting the stress of the day off your chest. It's like therapy." The Marcus King Band features Jack Ryan on drums and percussion, Stephen Campbell on bass, Matt Jennings on keys and organ, Dean Mitchell on saxophone, and Justin Johnson on trumpet, trombone and backing vocals. Joining the band on the new album are a number of mentors and collaborators, including Derek Trucks (who plays guitar on "Self-Hatred").
No guest plays a bigger role than Warren Haynes, though. A longtime champion of King's songwriting and guitar prowess, Haynes produced every track on The Marcus King Band (and contributed his trademark slide guitar on "Virginia"), expertly capturing the group's live sound for a cohesive collection reflecting the band's expansive explorations. "Marcus is the first player I’ve heard since Derek Trucks to play with the maturity of a musician well beyond his age," Haynes says. "He’s very much influenced by the blues, but also by jazz, rock, soul music, and any timeless genres of music. You can hear the influences, but it all comes through him in his own unique way. He has one of those voices that instantly draws you in, and his guitar playing is an extension of his voice and vice versa.”A childhood introvert who leaned heavily on music as a way of expressing himself, King fills The Marcus King Band with a mix of biographical tunes and fictional story songs. "At the time I wrote 'Self-Hatred,' says King, "the girl I was seeing really hurt me. Broke my heart, took all of my insecurities and used them against me...she told me she hated herself for what she had said and done to me. I told her I knew exactly how it feels to hate yourself. 'Self-Hatred' is within you and me." "Devil's Land" is loosely based on his grandfather, who worked on a farm during his younger years, while the story behind the track "Rita Is Gone" was inspired by the television show Dexter. Meanwhile, songs like "Guitar In My Hands" peek into King's personal life — a life filled with highway mile markers, truck stops, and a nightly rotation of stages, all waiting to be filled with the sound of a genre-bending band on the rise. "This album is a big melting pot of different kinds of music," says King. "It's the sound of everyone taking their own influences and collectively coming together as a group. We're all really hungry to play, and we're so passionate about this music. I want people to feel the same thing we feel —to leave the show feeling some sense of release. It's almost like the show ends, and everyone can take a deep breath together."
The Marcus King Band is:
Marcus King: Vocals, Guitar
Jack Ryan: Drums
Stephen Campbell: Bass
Justin Johnson: Trumpet, Trombone
Matt Jennings: Organ, Keyboards
Dean Mitchell: Saxophone
Trae Pierce & The T-Stones
Grammy Award-winning bassist Trae Pierce is leading a wild new dance experience known as Trae Pierce & the T-Stone Band. Defined by hard-edged funk and hip-hop, mixed with rock and blues, TPTS ha developed a high-energy live show with a modern feel that also recalls the unstoppable grooves of Bootsy Collins: they "wants to funk you up!" Trae is a world-class bassist and four-time Grammy Award-winner (with the legendary Blind Boys of Alabama) who cut his bass chops as a member of The Ohio Players.
From his Florida home, the top-hatted bass "monster" has hand-picked a vibrant young group of musicians wit limitless nergy and extreme talent, and together they've been tearing up dance floors throughout the Southeast with a genre-blending twist of funk-rock rhythms that bring out the best in every beat. After sharing the stage with funk powerhouses Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and The Main Squeeze among others, TPTS is ready to take their dance party nationwide, so get ready to experience a night of fun-and-funk, coming soon to a club, college or festival near you.
The Travelin Kine
Slaton Glover knows what it means to feel pain. He served 13 years as a firefighter in Charleston and lost close friends in the Sofa Super Store fire. Years after that tragedy, he overcame his grief and married the love of his life — the widow of one of his fallen buddies. But it wasn't meant to be, and he soon watched as his love and his marriage unraveled out of his control.
On the day he signed his divorce papers — Nov. 22, 2013 — Glover wrote a song, "Change in the Wind," and dedicated his life to music.
He recalls, "After 13 years, I quit the fire department on a whim and said, 'This isn't for me anymore.'"
A year to the day after that shift in his life's trajectory, the band Glover leads, The Travelin' Kine, accepted the City Paper Music Award for favorite Americana band. It's a change in the wind, indeed.
It's been a fast rise for the alt-country collaboration that includes core members Dave Vaughan (mandolin), Jim Donnelly (drums), Mark Davis (harmonica), and Ryan Bonner (guitar and vocals). The band's inception occurred at the Thirsty Fish, a salty-dog bar on the riverside of Edisto Beach. It was Glover's first paying gig, and the bar's owner — a mutual friend — invited Vaughan out to hear the aspiring songwriter. Vaughan showed up with his mandolin in tow, and after an impromptu song together, Glover told him to stay put on stage.
"I've played with a lot of musicians, both good and bad, but I immediately felt this connection with Slaton," Vaughan recalls. "I liked his groove and his style, and it was easy for me to not just complement what he was doing but to actually mesh well together."
At the time — early 2013 — Glover was "begging for gigs," and bringing Vaughan into the fold (he's also a member of local groups Blue Plantation and James Justin & Company) helped to garner more attention from venue owners. As more accomplished musicians began to fill out the lineup, Glover realized that his dream was finally coming to fruition.
"It was always in the back of my mind that I wanted to be in a band," says Glover. "If I had a free minute, I didn't stop playing and writing. That's all I did."
At a time when his life could have been in shambles, Glover picked himself up and found strength in music. At his family's farm in Barnwell, he'd sit down each night working on lyrics and chords and vent his frustrations.
"Honestly, I'm not one that has any reason to complain about anything in my life, but I went through a year of the hardest times," Glover admits. "I can't imagine anything that could have been harder, and the way everything is happening now, I just feel so fortunate. Not long ago, I couldn't find a bar that would let me play for free, and now I'm getting calls almost every day."
In less than a year, The Travelin' Kine has played over 100 shows and built a resume that includes opening slots for Yarn and American Aquarium, the former of whom they'll open for again on Friday at the Pour House. In early 2015, Glover and the band will finally release their as-yet-titled debut album, recorded at Plowground Studios on Johns Island.
Today, he has a reason to remember that week in November fondly.
"Nov. 22 was a date that I thought I would dread for the rest of my life, but now it's a positive thing," says Glover. "This all feels like the Supreme Being is patting me on the back and saying, 'You're doing the right thing,' because for the first time in my life, I feel like I'm taking charge and heading in the right direction."
Greg Payne & The Piedmont Boys
Greg Payne – Vocals, Guitar
Matt Parks – Fiddle, Vocals
Chíef Spires – Bass, Vocals
Stuart McConnell – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Tony Pilot – Drums
Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys started out in Greenville, SC a decade ago. They’ve played thousands of shows, logged thousands of miles, released four albums, toured half the continental U.S., shared stages with everyone from Eric Church to Charlie Robison..hell, they’ve even played rodeos from Oregon to Texas. But wherever they go, the refrain of the fans who come up to them remains the same: “I never liked country music until I heard y’all.”
What these folks must be talking about is the watered-down pop-country stuff you hear on the radio nowadays, because if you don’t like REAL country…Merle, Willie, Waylon, Johnny…you won’t like Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys.
If you don’t like against-the-grain, outlaw brand, whiskey-soaked, blue-collar honky-tonk music, the kind where the volume and the energy are dead ringers for rock & roll but the sound is gritty hard-country, you won’t like Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys.
If you don’t like a live show that’s pedal-to-the-floorboard, rock the place down to the dirt and drain every drop of sweat from every human being in the house, you won’t like Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys.
If you don’t like your Jerry Reed mixed with a little Metallica, if you don’t like a band that loves playing live so much that they’ve had one weekend off in seven years, if you don’t like country mixed with bluegrass mixed with southern rock mixed with a little…make that a lot…of Jack Daniels, you won’t like Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys.
If any of that sounds like one hell of a good time, though, y’all come on in. The door’s always open.
Villa*Nova turns rock 'n' roll upside down. Hailing from Columbia, SC, the band distills elements of funky pop and rock into a hypnotic hybrid. Villa*Nova prides itself on making music with solid grooves and soulful, dynamic lyrics provided by lead vocalist/guitarist/song writer BC Villa*Nova, fluid and funky bass lines by Bobby Dredd bombastic fantastic, rock solid drummer (and backing vocals) Young Sean, amazing harmony vocals and rhythm guitar by Brandon Hooker, and turntable wizadry and keyboards by DJ Able One.
Their infectious sound has earned them thousands of fans nationwide. Villa*Nova, currently independent, was previously signed to Universal Republic (now Republic) and recorded their 2012 debut "WTF the EP" in LA with super producer Howard Benson (Papa Roach, Daughtry, Hoobastank, Seether) under the band name Weaving The Fate. They have shared the stage with everyone from Korn, Shinedown, Evanescence, Slash, AWOLNATION, Staind, Chevelle, Filter, Crossfade, Dirty Heads, Nappy Roots, REHAB, and the list goes on.
They’ve been called contemporaries of break out bands such as AWOLNATION, Imagine Dragons, and Arctic Monkeys where heavy rebellion meets pop sensibilities.
Noteworthy performances and accolades:
Toured the Southeast and Midwest on a 30+ city Jagermeister-sponsored tour as direct support for Crossfade, and performed two sold-out shows with Evanescence in Kansas City.
Played at Carolina Rebellion 2012 with Slash, Staind, KORN, 5 Finger Death Punch.
Were named best Local Band of 2014 by the Free Times Weekly in Columbia, SC.
Their singles "Str8 to the Bottom" and "Rack City" charted nationwide and were featured on such prominent stations as Sirius XM Octane and KROCK LA, among many others.
Performed at Famously Hot New Year 2013/14 with ZZ Ward and Kool n The Gang.
Sponsored by ColdCock Whiskey, Jägermeister, Tempur Surf Productions,
Artists We Also Like Prince, RHCP, Janes Addiction
A little about us: (you could also call this an FAQ page)
We are primarily an original music group from Charleston, South Carolina. What does that mean? That means we write, compose, record, and perform our own original music... and we live, work, and play in and around the city of Charleston, SC. However, we try not to hold so much pretense that it puts us above playing other artist's more "well known" songs for special or private events, parties, weddings, or what some folks in the biz call "cover gigs." Get ready though cuz you're gonna hear some of our songs too. Heck, you might even like our songs MORE!
WHERE do you play? We have played a majority of original music venues around Charleston and the Lowcountry:
Charleston Music Hall
The Music Farm
The Charleston Pour House
The Royal American
Home Team BBQ
The Tin Roof
Coastal Coffee Roasters
Accent on Wine
Rita's on Folly
Dave's living room
You guys played any cool EVENTS? Yep! That's one of our favorite things to do. Some of the events we have played:
Bacon and Bourbon
Charleston Wine and Food Festival
Mayor Joe Riley Farewell Celebration
Mayor John Tecklenburg Inauguration festivities
Kiawah Island Classic Car Show
New Music Confab
Living Green Festival
Charleston Farmers Markets
Charleston Music Hall Live
WHAT do we sound like? We call it Island Gypsy Blues Rock. We've got some flavors of Delta Blues, Hawaiian instrumentation, Gypsy Jazz, Folk, and Rock and Roll music all rolling around in there together that work to influence our "sound."
WHO do you sound like? Well, all of us "artists" like to think we are some unique one-of-a-kind special flower but let's be honest, everybody sounds like somebody right!? Some have said that Dave and Justin's voices remind them of Leon Russell and/or Levon Helm. The Charleston City Paper has described our sound as ranging from "the Allman Brothers, to wide-eyed Americana in the tradition of The Band and the indie-tinged folk-rock of groups like Band of Horses and Gomez."
Who are your INFLUENCES? Some artists that we look up to and are inspired by are: Robert Johnson, Santo and Johnny, The Band, Ry Cooder, The Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac (early Fleetwood Mac though - when Peter Green was in the band), Tom Waits, Tom Petty, Howlin' Wolf, Led Zeppelin, Rufus Wainwright, Ryan Adams, The Beatles, and a little tingle of The Grateful Dead.
Are you guys ANY GOOD? Well, we like to think that we are a pretty "good band," and our parents think we're GREAT! But don't take our word for it. To read about what some other, more unbiased people think of us go HERE, HERE, and HERE.
Thanks for reading this far. If you've made it this far then maybe that means you're interested in coming to SEE US, or HIRE US for your next event? We think you'll be glad you did. Hope to see or hear from you soon!
Peace and Love,
Dave, Justin, Jake, Ransom, Wally
True connection can only come about through pure, honest expression. It comes from knowing how to find a truth within and having the courage to unabashedly share it. As an artist-poet, Danielle Howle is a natural storyteller through song, and she makes the biggest impact by sharing simple truths. Her music comes from a place of self-awareness and is on a perpetual journey of self-discovery. She balances powerful style with conversational lyrics, sharing her honest experience of life.
Known for captivating audiences with her stunning vocal ability, contagious energy, and incredible songwriting skills, Danielle’s music ranges from country swamp blues to jazz to Americana. The South-Carolinian song belle has been compared to Flannery O'Connor, Patsy Cline, and Nina Simone. Reviewed 7 times in The New York Times, calling her “an extraordinary mind, a southern storyteller with a gorgeous sense of melody that should be pouring out of stereos everywhere.”
An effortless and deeply compelling performer, Danielle’s command of music is astounding; her intelligent writing deftly scales anything from ballads to rap to heavy soul. She combines introspective lyrics galvanizing mass appeal. Her sound contains definite influences from jazz, country, southern rock with a jam band danceability at live shows. As a self-taught musician, Danielle defies traditional structures, intuitively creating music that shines with her own idiosyncratic style.
Danielle has demonstrated prowess at every turn of her career, from her early band days to the eclectic acoustic and electronic detours she’s taken since; with a career spanning twenty years, she’s covered a lot of ground. Beyond her life as a singer-songwriter, she’s turned her hand to successful production, sound track collaborations with film makers, and a variety of commercial work. Danielle has an incredibly diverse range, the only constant perhaps being the beloved guitar she shares her stages with.
Danielle has opened for legendary musicians such as Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Sam Bush, The Avett Brothers, and Fugazi. She’s headlined countless shows and festivals, twice played at the New York City Music Hall, opening for the Indigo Girls, and has sold out rooms across the country, followed always by her ardent fan base. Well acquainted with being on the road, Danielle has toured in the US and abroad. She’s played at Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair, and has toured with Elliott Smith and Ani DiFranco, with Ani having described her as “a melodically nimble being.”
Danielle has rolled into 2017 with guns blazing, having most recently been on tour across the country with the Indigo Girls, supporting her new album recorded with her five-piece band. Four of Danielle’s numerous albums have been released on Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls’ indie label Daemon Records, with other releases on Simple Machines, Kill Rock Stars, and Valley Entertainment. Danielle’s latest EP, Pot of Water, is a collection of sonic experiments, pairing a number of different producers, studios, and techniques, including a track mixed by Grammy award-winning producer Malcolm Burn.
Considered by many to be South Carolina's best kept musical secret, Danielle Howle is a punk rock girl with the voice of a honky-tonk angel. Opening for such diverse acts as Bob Dylan, Ani Difranco, Fugazi, and Indigo Girls, she has garnered worldwide acclaim while somehow remaining under the radar of mainstream America. Now is the time for South Carolina to share it's secret with the rest of America.
Now residing in Nashville, TN Tyler Boone grew up in the Lowcountry of Charleston, SC. Boone first became enamored with the small club rock scene and slowly started making his way headlining major music venues, gaining traction on the radio waves all across the country & over 13 countries which has led him to open for some incredible talent. He is also a Taylor Guitar endorsed artist.
Tyler made his debut at the 5th annual Firefly Music Festival in 2016 (Mumford & Sons, Kings of Leon, Blink-182) 2016 in Dover, Delaware right before his most recent record "True Experience" was released on Coast Records. Tyler also made a quick appearance in the new HBO series "Vice Principals" which you can view here
Opening up for such acts as Grammy award winning artist Sheryl Crow, Christopher Cross, Hootie and the Blowfish, Platinum selling artist Edwin McCain, Zach Myers of Shinedown & also American Idol Winner David Cook & Lee DeWyze. Others such as The Avett Brothers, The Marcus King Band, Will Hoge, Corey Smith, Band of Horses, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Drive By Truckers, Old Dominion, Shovels & Rope, Blues Traveler, The Spin Doctors, Cowboy Mouth, Manchester Orchestra, The Revivalists, Minus the Bear, Kawehi, I-Nine and Ben Rector. Boone is well on his way to becoming a major act himself.
Tyler also won runner up to Darius Rucker in the Best of Charleston Awards for Best Male Vocalist & Best Musician in 2017
See Water is the love child of reggae and punk rock. This up-and-coming band from Charleston, SC will take your ears on a roller-coaster ride through laid-back jams and hard-hitting rock riffs. Their style is similar to that of a mosh-pit on the beach at sunset. If their music was a cocktail, it would be a long island iced tea; at first you think, “There’s no way you can mix all of that together,” but sure enough, you take a sip only to find that it’s delicious and intoxicating.
"When you see a body of water, whether calm or violent, it makes you feel something, and that's what we're here to do."
See Water have been proving themselves in all their unorthodox glory at Music Farm Charleston and The Charleston Pour House, as well as numerous venues throughout the southeast and US Virgin Islands, while performing alongside acts like Badfish, Passafire, TreeHouse!, Fear Nuttin Band, and Sun-Dried Vibes. After their debut release, an acoustic EP entitled 'Diluted Acoustica', See Water began recording their first full-length album 'Hit The Moon' at Truphonic Recording Studios. The album captures the energy of a live See Water performance, with added elements from Charleston's own Ross Bogan (The Movement, Sol Driven Train, Long Miles), Parker DeWitt (Blue Dogs) and Walker Barnes (MooseKick), to name a few. 'Hit The Moon' is available now on iTunes, Spotify, and everywhere else that streams music. In the meantime, we advise you to hop on the party wagon and join See Water's die-hard fans, the Squid Squad, at their next show.
The Black Iron Gathering
The Black Iron Gathering is a band that plays punk-rock infused folk music. The band has been together approximately 6 years. They are based out of Columbia, SC.
$35.00 - $150.00
Mon, August 21
Fri, October 13
Fri, October 13
Sat, October 14
Sat, October 21