From the folks at Murias Entertainment (a.k.a. Charleston Music Hall manager Charles Carmody and concert promoter Austin Poisson), Terrace Theater, and filmmaker Andy Coon, comes the screening of a web series, Live in the Streets. Held at the Terrace on Wed. Nov. 14, this screening features local musicians performing at well-known locations in Charleston — as well as real, live performances from some of those very musicians. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are just $8.

Live in the Streets is a compilation of six performances — which you can check out individually on Coon’s website — from Joel Hamilton (Mechanical River), Megan Jean & the Klay Family Band, Graham Whorley, Lindsay Holler, Katie Small, and mayor John Tecklenburg. Hamilton, Holler, and Small will perform live at the screening.
From an air mattress on Shem Creek (seriously, check out Hamilton’s video, it’s amazing) to a pedicab (again, really cool Whorley, really cool), Coon captures the sounds of Charleston — the music and the shore birds and the traffic all together.

The beautifully produced videos are the work of creator and director Coon, Audio Recording/Grip from Rich Green and Jody Terzo, photography from Tara Reynolds and Douglas Panzone, and music mixdown courtesy of Michael Vignola.

In addition to Live in the Streets — a series that Coon has recently expanded to Nashville, Atlanta, and Kansas City — Coon is the creator of the web series Often Awesome, a depiction of a friend’s battle with ALS, and Talent Freaks, which portrays the creative processes of Lowcountry artists.


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