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Unity Concert – The Solutions Tour

Y’all this is where we’re doing our local #Gumbo class and concert this weekend! Germaine H. Jenkins is the change she wishes to see!

We have Halo Ssj, Buddy Bambahda & I will be performing after we break bread! Germaine H. Jenkins and Ernest Clifford Muhammad will teach and inspire on how to organize and empower your community!

The #Gumbo dinner is only $10 and includes a drink, the class on how to make it, the class on community organizing and some lovely tunes to end off your afternoon! #makefoodnotwar

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420Music Fest at Mosquito Beach

17553810_1227955140591695_6959253203284444953_n420 Festival is an annual music and arts festival held in Charleston, South Carolina. The event will highlight live art and many generes of music including hip hop, indie, EDMR, etc. Across the grounds there will be a community farmers market where festival attendees and connect with local businesses to make purchases and network. Our goal is to quench the city’s thirst for music, culture and arts in the City of Charleston.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1342325012457328/

The 420 festival is expecting 100s of attendees which will offer great exposure through local press and listeners!

Join our special host Halo for this one and only
Ovayohead experience! Featuring artist like Buddy Bambahda , Quis King Soul , Sem Kari and much more!

Beer and Food will be served also !

[ GENERAL ADMISSION $4.20 ]

CALLING ALL VENDORS AND ARTIST!

Register now to perform and or sell at the 420 Music Festival while slots are available.

Aysha & Co. is booking vendors and artists for the 420 music festival. This is a great opportunity to grow your fan base in your home market.

Booking Dates:

Mon, Mar 27, 2017, 8:00 AM –
Mon, Apr 17, 2017, 11:59 PM EDT

Details
7 min set
Indoors
Professional sound equipment provided

Book at Ayshaandco.com ! #makemusicnotwar

Indiana Ramblers

“I’ve been listening to live music for 30 years, and this is one of the most relaxed venues I’ve ever been to. And everyone actually seems to be listening to the music, instead of talking over it.”

This was one of the first things I heard when I walked through the doors of The Acoustic Room this past Saturday, and it sums up my experience very well. I walked in at 9:00 as the warm-up act, Drew Gruntle, was playing Sixth Avenue Heartache by The Wallflowers. Around 9:30, the music quieted down as the Indiana Ramblers prepared to take the stage, but you hardly noticed it as conversation filled the void.

The Acoustic Room may be a music venue, but it’s also a place for community. The walls are covered in artwork from local artists, and the letters from Doc’s Music Hall hang over the tables. But it’s not just the décor that gives The Acoustic Room life; it’s the people inside it. I watch as people jump from conversation to conversation, with PBR’s and Rolling Rock tallboys in hand. As I’m watching, I’m joined by a group of people who were visiting The Acoustic Room for the first time. After a few minutes of conversation, I know how they all met, and they’re asking me when my girlfriend and I are getting married and how many kids we’re having (not soon and none, just in case you’re wondering). In almost any other context, this would have been annoying, but something about the vibe of the room makes conversation seem more relaxed and sincere.

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Before long, Indiana Ramblers come on stage. I’m not a bluegrass aficionado, but I can appreciate good live bluegrass, and it was delivered. While I’m drinking my White River Stout (beer brewed in Muncie at New Corner Brewery), I listen to original music and covers of other artists. Of course, what is a bluegrass show post-2013 without a cover of Wagon Wheel? Naturally, this becomes a sing-along for the whole crowd. After a few more songs, I call it a night. As I walk home, I hear the music fade away behind me, but Wagon Wheel is still rolling around in my head.

Lonesome Highway Radio Hour Episode 1 – 2/16/15

Lonesome Highway Radio Hour
Episode 1 – 2/16/15

Hosted by Michael Martin and Lewis Hughes. Featuring interviews taped at the Holy City Confessionals singer/songwriter night at Home Team BBQ in Charleston, SC, west of the Ashley. We discuss all things good with Guilt Ridden Troubadour. Reid Stone reveals his methods of loosening songwriters tongues and Ryan Bonner gives aspiring musicians some pro tips. Shedtown Larry hijacks our computer with a message from the ether so we call him to find out what in creation he’s talking about.

*Song + #Segment Lineup
#Intro
*Karma – Michael Martin Band
#4 years in 3 minutes
*Old Building – Michael Martin Band
*Papa’s Out Stealing – Guilt Ridden Troubadour ft. Cary Ann Hearst
#Tales From the Rails
*Gone – Guilt Ridden Troubadour
#Featured Artist Interview: Reid Stone of Guilt Ridden Troubadour
*Lonely – Guilt Ridden Troubadour
#Featured Artist Interview: Ryan Bonner of Guilt Ridden Troubadour + The Travelin’ Kine
*Legs and Scars – Ryan Bonner and The Dearly Beloved
#Shedtown Larry Call
*Bad Bad Man – The Travelin’ Kine w/ members of Yarn
*Daddy Was a God Fearing Man – Michael Martin Band
#Outro