A few picture and a quick morning after mix to enjoy while we complete the archive process. We appreciate any comments, setlists, artist names, and stories of your night. This is all about capturing a memory, so please add yours.
We got a late start so there was no warm up or adjustments, we just jumped in. Surprise guests Chris Lawther on Banjo and Ammon Bowen a bit later on fiddle.
A night of old-time music: We will be playing traditional Appalachian string band music, old-time fiddle tunes, mountain ballads and some old country honky-tonk songs.
Saturday’s special Woodshed Archive broadcast begins at 6:00pm with Columbia native Hobart Trotter – a singer/songwriter/guitarist with a passion for music and its ability to connect us all. Hobart will be joined Saturday night by vocalist Jennifer Griffitt, whom he performs with regularly.
Woodshed Archive is super excited to host an extra special reunion of King Cotton, a popular Columbia-based regional band from the 90s, featuring Chris Compton, Barton Beckham, LJ Errante, Jason Switzer, & Scott Hilton.
Having enjoyed the music of Pharaohs in Space at many Woodshed Archive and Listen Local affiliated events, such as the Hopkins Hootenanny, Rosewood Crawfish Festival, River Rat Brewery, & South Carolina Oyster Festival, we at the Woodshed Archive are looking forward to this week’s broadcast featuring the trio and their upbeat original groove-along tunes.
This talented duo, composed of Arrie Bozeman and Barb Carbon, blends tight harmonies and smart lyrics with soulful, booty-shakin’ acoustic melodies. Both dynamic musicians and songwriters, they share an equal propensity for irony, humor, ferocity, and heart-on-sleeve authenticity.
We are excited to have Don Merckle and The Blacksmiths from Charleston, South Carolina in for the second “Woodshed from the Warehouse” experiment. They are also the Krewe De BooShay Feature Band for the 2015 Animal Mission Columbia Mardi Gras celebration. Please tune in Thursday, 12/11/14, for our broadcast – we guarantee that you’ll be […]
Cigar Box Opera describes itself as “a Rock & Roll band that draws its influences from musical genres punk to classical and everything in between.” Some of the artists they claim to most sonically resemble are The Gaslight Anthem, Tom Petty and The Heatbreakers, and Bruce Springstein and the E Street Band.