Tag: The Sentient Bean

Willy Gantrim – The Sentient Bean – 03/28/13

A great sounding blues country singer from NYC. See more at The Sentient Bean. Well worth a listen: Willy Gantrim And The Phantoms Live On WNYU by Willy Gantrim And The Phantoms

The Hermit Kings – The Sentient Bean – 03/02/13

Another promising show at The Sentient Bean. The Hermit Kings are an indie rock band from Asheville. The Ghost of Galapagos by The Hermit Kings

Doug Mains & the City Folk — photos from latest gig at The Sentient Bean

OK, it has already been established that I love Doug Mains & the City Folk — see here and here — so I’ll keep things short in this post.

The Accomplices / Lobo Marino / Antique Animals – The Sentient Bean – 01/29/13

The Sentient Bean has been one of the most consistent venues for live music for several years now — it’s one of the few spots around town for traveling musicians besides relatively loud and late bars. In 2012, the Bean helped solidify that position by adding beer and wine to its eclectic vegetarian menu.

Doug Mains & the City Folk / Adam Sams – The Sentient Bean – 02/02/13

I’m thrilled to report that Doug Mains & the City Folk are coming back to Savannah on their South for Winter tour. The Lansing-based band put on a beautiful and soulful show last time around at The Sentient Bean.

Christian Lee Hutson with Mumbledust – The Sentient Bean – 10/12/12

Christian Lee Hutson is a member of The Driftwood Singers, but he’ll be on his own for this gig.

Christ, Lord at The Sentient Bean (photos)

Christ, Lord has an upbeat gypsyish folk sound with excellent musicianship and an occasional biting edge. Highly recommended.

River Whyless – The Sentient Bean – 09/28/12

“With a graduate of Appalachian State’s School of Music and a classically trained violinist, River Whyless combines technical skill with the creative gifts of the band’s co-songwriters Ryan O’Keefe and Halli Anderson to produce an unclassifiable sound.”

The Sentient Bean adds beer and wine to its eclectic menu

Of course, the Bean being the Bean, there are options for those looking for gluten-free and organic products.

Katie Mullins / Mumbledust – The Sentient Bean – 08/30/12

During her six year stint in Germany, her musical pendulum swung from one extreme to the other. She sang in operas at the Komische Oper, played shows with a country band, Rose’s Shoulder, and acted in plays and films. Katie was hired by European and American theater performance artists for her versatility as an entertainer, and has performed in Madrid, Geneva, Düsseldorf, Berlin and New York.

What is the Savannah sound?

In a post last week, Savannah Red asked, “What Is The Savannah Sound?”

Doug Mains & The City Folk at The Sentient Bean in Savannah (photos)

Mains’ lead vocals have a slightly Irish sound to me, and the lyrics have a maturity and depth — even the occasional mythic touch — that I wouldn’t expect from a band that often radiates such youthful joy on stage.

Paul Cataldo – The Sentient Bean – 06/28/12

From The Sentient Bean: Paul Cataldo can be heard singing songs and telling stories about everything from alcoholism, war, poverty and jealousy all the way down the road to songs of peace and love. You can usually find him on…

Cait Black – The Sentient Bean – 07/03/12

Embedded songs from Cait Black and her ukulele.