Wednesday, May 27, 2009

This weekend's events in Charleston

It's Kathleen again, and these the weekend's events in Charleston.

Jeff Norwood will be playing this afternoon, Thursday, May 28, at the Mad River Grille, starting at 4pm.

Friday, May 29th, is full of activity, in any part of town. A Dough Re Mi features Campfield at 9:30pm, with a $5 cover.

Dan Wright, our Jam Master, will be playing at Abe's Oyster House in an acoustic duo with Tim Hodson.

Skye Paige will be on the Bridge 105.5 on Friday afternoon, May 29th, with Smoky Weiner. That night, she will be performing in another project, Bizarro Burlesque, with the HellBlinki Sextet at the Tin Roof, at 9pm.

In my last post, I mentioned Shrimp City Slim has a Blues n' BBQ cruise on the Carolina Belle, with food provided by HomeTeam BBQ, tonight as well. The boat casts off around 6:30pm.

Lastly, Jeff Norwood is playing at the Blind Tiger Pub, starting at 7:30pm. Blind Tiger is on Broad Street, between where East Bay and Meeting intersect.

On Saturday, May 30th, Shrimp City Slim reunites with Blue Light Special for the first time in 20 years. The cover for that show is $15, it starts at 8pm and runs until 11. Click the following link to go to the Piccolo site for tickets.

That same night, Jojo Wall will be performing solo at the Blind Tiger Pub, the show starts at 7:30. Jeff Norwood is playing at the Dockside Lounge on Edisto Beach, starting at 9pm.

On Sunday, May 31, as part Mudcat n' Mama, Skye will be performing with Mudcat at Bowen's Island. Admission is $15, the show runs 4-7pm. For tickets, click Piccolo Spoleto, go to the Gailliard Box office, or pay the day of the show at Bowens.

Looking into next week, there is our Jam on Tuesday, the Bowens jam Wednesday, and the TWS Jam in Summerville on Thursday. Also on Thursday, June 4th, Dan will be playing with Tim Hodson at Henry's.

On a sidenote, I stumbled on an awesome web application called groover, spelled phonetically: gruvr, with an umlaut (aka "those dots") over the u. If you go there, the site can tell you shows happening in your town, superimposed on a map. Type in a band name in the user field, it can tell you when, and where, a few clicks will show you how to get there.

Until next time, whatever you do this weekend, have fun and be safe...

kmw 5/27/09

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