Savannah music scene – Art March – Drivevibes
The first action of 2014 was the SOFO Art March and as always South of Forsyth was bouncing with creative energy and artistic endeavours as the committed artists braved a particularly cold winters day (for Savannah at least) to do their thing and spread the artistic vibes. My trusty partner and I did the rounds and sets the wheels in motion for many musical prospects that will brighten up the year to come in many of the locations included in the Art march, including Graveface Records and Anahata healing and arts centre.
And so inevitably to The Wormhole for the after party where we had a host of good music from Tyler Wettschreck, Genny and Hemmy, Culture Vulture and Mysterium. It was all conceived at the last second but somehow between all of us, we managed to pull it together. And so the night started with Tyler playing a solo acoustic set to the first art marchers to arrive in out of the cold
Following Tyler we had the punk duo simply going by Genny and Hemmy rocking out for their debut performance in The Wormhole
Next up we had the fantastic Culture Vulture who will be bringing their brand of progressive post rock back to The Wormhole for Freeky Free Friday on the 17th of this month. Check out their full set.
And finishing the night off was Mysterium, another 2 piece (seems to be popular these days, maybe says something about the lack of bass players in Savannah at the moment) which consists of Garret Deming of Broken Glow on drums backing up his axeslinging viking wife and frontwoman Sara Clash.
Well that brought the night to a crashing close and we are very excited about whats coming soon. keep your eyes peeled for upcoming events cause things are gonna get wild…