Catch country music at The Windjammer
Nashville-based country/Americana band Boy Named Banjo takes to the beach stage at The Windjammer June 17. The five-piece band blends modern country, Americana, folk-rock and bluegrass. Members include Barton Davies (banjo), Ford Garrard (bass/standing bass), Sam McCullough (drums), Willard Logan (mandolin/guitar) and William Reames (guitar/harmonica). The band just released the single “What Keeps Me Going” to follow up its debut 2021 EP Circles. Tickets are $15 to $20 and available at the-windjammer.com.
Support female musicians
All-female show Strawberry Flavored Vibes takes over the Tin Roof in West Ashley on June 15 featuring DJ Naomi, singer-songwriters Anna Crosby, Airalyn Baye, Little Fish and Sam Soto, plus spoken-word artist Georgia Nubia. Concert goers will hear music from across the genre spectrum, including rock, pop, R&B and folk. The 8 p.m. show is $10 cash at the door.
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