Tag: Savannah Stopover

Oberhofer on Letterman

A couple of weeks ago, we got to see Oberhofer perform this song at the Savannah Stopover — on a glorious opening night in Telfair Square. After another band had to cancel a later performance at The Jinx, Oberhofer —…

Emerging Savannah band Triathalon gets some internet love

I included some pics of and comments about Triathalon in my post recapping the entire Savannah Stopover. Click here for that. But the young Savannah-based band has gotten some great press since then. From QRO Magazine’s recap of the recent…

A final take on the 2012 Savannah Stopover — photos, comments, and links

My 2012 Savannah Stopover photos, plus some thoughts about the festival as a whole.

Savannah Stopover band to watch: Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why

I saw all or part of more than 30 bands over the course of the Savannah Stopover, but I ended up buying just one CD: Quincy Mumford’s Speak, which you can sample and buy here. The Asbury Park native and…

Savannah Stopover band to watch: Quilt

Another post about a band from last weekend’d Savannah Stopover whose fortunes and music I’ll be following. I had heard some good buzz about Quilt, which played at Locos on Thursday in the 10 p.m. time slot. I went into…

Prefix Magazine gives Savannah Stopover an A, but notes some growing pains

For a professional outsider’s take on the just completed Savannah Stopover, check out Prefix Magazine’s Savannah Stopover Report Card. She gives the festival an A overall, but notes that scheduling issues created problems and frustration at times. This was obviously…

Savannah Stopover band to watch: Montreal-based Each Other

Update: Check out the trippy video for “Traces to Nowhere”: Each Other – “Traces To Nowhere” from stereogum on Vimeo. Original post: I try to preview a lot of the acts that play the Savannah Stopover, but I miss some.…

Savannah Stopover heads into final day — a glorious Saturday perfect for the outdoor venues

I’m way behind in terms of writing about shows at the Savannah Stopover — and posting pics too — so I’ll just have to get caught up after the weekend is over. Early evening rain disrupted the schedule a little…

Savannah Stopover: one day down, three to go

Sometime later tonight, I’m almost certain to be in a quandary about which band to listen to in which venue at the second Savannah Stopover. I’m thinking that I’ll catch Hooded Fang at 11 at Congress Street Social Club and…

Savannah Stopover preview: Grimes

The solo artist Claire Boucher — better known as Grimes — has been attracting all sorts of praise for her new album Visions.

The New York Times calls it […]


Savannah Stopover less than a week away

Click here to read my column in Do in the Savannah Morning News about the March 7 Savannah Stopover opening night, featuring five bands, an exhibit of posters at the Jepson Center, and a party in Telfair Square. In next…

The Atlantic Cities: The Bottletree turns Birmingham — of all places — into “an indie rock destination”

In a great post recently for the Creative Coast, Savannah Stopover founder and CEO Kayne Lanahan wrote about the ingredients necessary for a great music scene. I’m planning to circle back around to some of her points sometime soon, but…

Sanders Bohlke joins Savannah Stopover lineup, same evening as Chelsea Crowell (granddaughter of Johnny Cash)

Full Savannah Stopover schedule released, detailed website now live

Just a quick note here to those who have been waiting for the full lineup for the March 7-10 Savannah Stopover: the full schedule (barring last minute cancellations or additions) is now live. Click here to go to the Stopover…