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• In the mood for some metal? The House of Blues has a “Remedy” for that by throwing you a “Lifeline” when
co-headline a show on Jan. 9.Kyng
are also the bill. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday. Prices range from $39.50 to $76 and are available at the box office, online atwww.livenation.com
or by calling
• Alright, alright, alright – it’s time to get lucky with the men fromChippendales
at HOB on Jan. 16. Tickets are $42.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday – available at the box office, online atwww.livenation.com
or by calling800-745-3000
• Legendary performersMother’s Finest
show you what four decades of funk-rock experience looks like at HOB on Jan. 2. Tickets are on sale, ranging from $18 to $32, and available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• Watch South African bandKongos
blend alt-rock with the beats of Johannesburg at HOB on Feb. 6.Sir Sly
are also on the bill. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Prices range from $22.50 to $42.50 and are available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• HOB has a “Good One Comin' On” when southern rockersBlackberry Smoke
hit the stage on April 18.The Temperance Movement
andThe Ben Miller Band
are also on the bill. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Nov. 14. Prices range from $21 to $35 available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• Folk-pop multi-instrumentalistsBombadil
stomp around The Charleston Music Hall on Nov. 20. Tickets are available now for $10 at the box office, by phone at 800-514-3849 or online at www.charlestonmusichall.com.
• The Music Farm added a variety of new shows. Roots rockersThe Dirty Guv'nahs
stomp on their soapbox on Dec. 6. Tickets are $13. If you missedBone Thugs N Harmony
at HOB, you can catch them on Dec. 7. Tickets range from $26 to $80. Easycore outfitFour Year Strong
ease in on Jan. 15. Tickets are $16.Milky Chance
steals a dance on May 5. Tickets are $18. All tickets for Music Farm shows are available now and can be purchased at the door or www.musicfarm.com.
• The Pour House just slated a bunch of upcoming December shows. NYC trioConsider the Source
blends rock and jazz with middle-eastern styles on Dec. 7. Tickets are $8. Soul/blues duoThe Greyhounds
bring a little of Austin on Dec. 10. Tickets are $8. Americana bandSons of Bill
happen by on Dec. 13. Tickets are $10. Ike Willis, Frank Zappa’s right-hand man, brings hisUgly Radio Rebellion
on Dec. 17. Tickets are $10. Garage-rockersThe Whigs
grit it up on Dec. 18. Tickets are $10.
• And in January at the Pour House – one-man-bandZach Deputy
offers a two-night stand of his self-described, “island-infused drum n' bass gospel ninja soul,” on Jan. 2 and 3. Tickets are $15 for one night or $26 for a two-night package. AndGreensky Bluegrass
brings you two nights of bluegrass, all the way from Kalamazoo, on Jan. 22 and 23. Tickets are $18 for one night or $34 for a two-night pass. All tickets for Charleston Pour House shows are available now and can be purchased at the door or www.charlestonpourhouse.com.
• Stand-up comedianKathleen Madigan
brings her award-winning act to The Charleston Music Hall on Feb. 7. Tickets range from $32.50 to $47 and are available at the box office, by phone at 800-514-3849 or online atwww.charlestonmusichall.com
• TheBill Cosby
show on his Far From Finished Tour at the Florence Civic Center has been rescheduled from Oct. 27 to Feb. 20. Tickets range from $49 to $99 and are still available atwww.ticketmaster.com
or by phone at 800-745-3000.
is bringing “Somethin' Bad” to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Jan. 22. Also on the bill areJustin Moore, RaeLynn
. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Prices range from $39.75 to $54.75 and are available at the box office, online at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• Ziggy’s by the Sea in Wilmington has a long and diverse lineup coming up in November that might be worth a short drive. Alt-metal bandSevendust
goes acoustic on Nov. 7. Tickets are $20. Well “I’ll Be,”Edwin McCain
plays Nov. 13. Tickets are $15. On Nov. 18,Gangstagrass
blends the genres of hip hop and bluegrass. Tickets are $10. Industrial metal bandPowerman 5000
grinds its gears on Nov. 18. Tickets are $20.The Misfits
(without Danzig) comes to “Walk Among Us” on Nov. 24. Tickets are $20.
After November, Ziggy’s by the Sea keeps it moving when sludge-core Crowbar creeps into town on Dec. 4. Tickets are $15. Metalcore band Asking Alexandria gets inquisitive on Dec. 20. Tickets are $25. Nashville rockers Moon Taxi park it on Jan. 24. Tickets are $12. Did you ask for some funk? Well, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic are coming to give it to you on Feb. 13. Tickets are $30. All tickets for Ziggy’s by the Sea shows are available now and can be purchased at the door or online at www.ziggysbythesea.com.
• The Boathouse and Scott Mann’s Headshop team up for a new series of jam bands on select Wednesdays this fall to help you get over the hump of the week.Terrapin Flyer
on Wednesday,Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band
on Dec. 3 andRumpke Mountain Boys
on Dec. 17. Admission is free.
• Pirate’s Cove Lounge’s fall slate of shows include the reggae/rockPassafire, Hip Abduction
on Nov. 14. Tickets are $7. And swim around with alt-country actAmerican Aquarium
withBlack Robin Hero
on Nov. 20. Tickets are $10. All tickets are available at the door or online atwww.piratescovelounge.com
• It’s time again for the South by Southeast Music Feast – where you can get dinner, some live Americana music and contribute to a great cause all in one swipe of the card.Otis Gibbs
, singer/songwriter/photographer/podcaster, performs at the Historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot on Nov. 15. Advance tickets are $20 at www.southbysoutheast.org or $25 at the door.
• A pair of hardcore bands,Pierce the Veil
andSleeping with Sirens
, co-headline a show at HOB on Nov 15. Tickets are $25.00 to $35.00. The bulking bill is filled out byBeartooth
andThis Wild Life
• Take a turkey leg and spend your Thanksgiving weekend at the45th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival
. From Nov. 27-29, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center hosts a who’s who in bluegrass. Adult ticket prices range from $40 for daily tickets to $90 for weekend passes. For tickets or more info, check it out online at www.adamsandandersonbluegrass.com or by phone at 706-864-7203.
• Country starCole Swindell
will be “Chillin’ It” at HOB on Nov. 28. Tickets are on sale now for $22 at HOB’s box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
•Eli Young Band
wants to tell HOB about getting “Drunk Last Night” on Dec. 4. Tickets are on sale now, ranging from $19.50 to $36.50, and available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• House of Blues puts a little soul under the mistletoe whenAnthony Hamilton
comes home for the holidays on Dec 12. Tickets are on sale now, ranging from $32 to $61.50, and available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
• Folk-rock phenomenaThe Avett Brothers
wants to rock the Grand Strand for a good cause, as they return to HOB for the Legendary Giveback 3 on Dec. 13. Proceeds from the show will go to not one, but three charities – Kids First of the Carolinas, Lowcountry Food Bank and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The show will also be live streamed on Yahoo Live. Tickets are $54.50. They can be purchased online at www.houseofblues.com and www.ticketmaster.com or by calling the box office at 843-272-3000.
• Tis the season to welcome the always eclecticCorey Smith
back to HOB’s stage on Dec. 27. Tickets range from $17.50 to $30 and are available at the box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
Derrick Bracey, for Weekly Surge