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The Steppin Stones kick off concert series Kicking off Airbound Entertainment’s concert series at Club 125, Statesboro is welcoming back The Steppin Stones, a rock trio based out of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. With only three members, The Steppin Stones is a tight-knit ensemble with a seamless, polished sound one would expect of much older musicians. The wunderkind musicians of The Steppin Stones are all 20-and-under, but singer and guitarist Hannah Wicklund and drummer Ryan Tye have been performing together for about eight years. Bassist Andrew Ottimo is a more recent addition, but one would never guess that from the band’s slick performances and blazingly confident aura. Branding themselves as a classic rock band with a few distinctive stylizations, The Steppin Stones produce the kind of music that puts you in mind of summer, perfectly channeling the sound many of us grew up with but have only recently come to appreciate. The group puts a fresh, compelling face to the classic rock genre, and Wicklund’s full vocals command attention. Their discography includes an EP (“Handle Me,” 2011) and

a nine-track LP (“Looking Glass,” 2014), and their music explores the nuances of classic rock from wistful laments to bluesy tunes, climaxing in highenergy bursts of sound and rhythm. Simultaneously familiar and fresh, The Steppin Stones deliver performances that get people up and dancing, perfect for Club 125’s wide dance floor. They’ll be stopping in Statesboro on Thursday, March 26, and about a week later they’ll be dropping a new selftitled album at a two-night release party in downtown Savannah. As a teaser, the group released the single “False and Hollow” on their website. The song is a little darker and a little more mature than the other tracks on their music page, but it carries that same commanding earnestness. In addition to the cover songs that gave the band their start, the audience can expect a few more teasers to the upcoming album during Thursday’s performance. Get a taste of The Steppin Stones on their website or on their ReverbNation page, and be sure to give them a warm Statesboro welcome Thursday night at Club 125. The show starts at 8 p.m.w

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Let's have a little talk about that Zaxby's line by the Zaxby's drive-in So in case you weren't line. Convinced that I must already aware, Statesboro is just be mistaken, I even about to get a second Zaxby's. reached out to the local The new addition of police department to ask Statesboro's claim to fame in about traffic violations. Cpl. the fast-food world will be Justin Samples did a little located on Chandler Road, digging for me and assured just across from the Georgia me that "to the best of (his) Southern campus on one side Brittani Howell knowledge, we don't have and Dingus Magee's on the any accidents on Fair Road that can other. be directly attributed to the Zaxby's Now, as exciting as this is, I'm a drive-thru line." little nervous about how Statesboro I'd call them out for some other is going to handle it — because to be kind of traffic law violation, but perfectly honest, guys, it doesn't look there's no argument to be made like we're handling the first one very there, either. As it turns out, the state well at all. of Georgia doesn't have any traffic Almost every day I drive down laws prohibiting a drive-thru line Fair Road, I've observed the Zaxby's from extending into a busy street. drive-thru line snaking out of the I know, because I called the state parking lot and into Fair Road, with Department of Transportation and as many as five to six vehicles sitting was forwarded to someone who at a standstill and taking up the right could answer my question. Perhaps lane of a busy thoroughfare. It's a the lawmakers responsible for this massive inconvenience and looks like lapse assumed people would have we don't know how to use common enough common sense not to come sense. At least one of this year's to vehicular standstills just because comedy improv acts has made fun of they really wanted a club sandwich. us for it during their performances, So people aren't doing anything and it's really hard to blame them. legally wrong by waiting in line for Zaxby's is the only venue in Zaxby's on Fair Road. And Zaxby's town I've seen that ever gets so isn't doing anything legally wrong for much drive-thru traffic that the line allowing them to do it. stretches into the street. That kind But let's all admit it: It's really of stationary obstacle on a busy road freaking annoying. is a traffic hazard, creating a domino At any rate, it makes me nervous effect of brake-slamming as people about the opening of the new try to avoid hitting the stationary location and the drive-thru line, cars or the other people who are which, if its predecessor is anystopping to get around the line. I thing to go by, may very well stretch know I've had to do it on more than halfway down Chandler Road. I guess one occasion, and I've spoken to I'll be taking the bypass to work from plenty of people around town who now on. have done the same. And not that anyone that desperate to get a Zax Snack cares, but it's pretty incon Brittani Howell is the editor of siderate to the other eateries to the Connect Statesboro. She actually right of Zaxby's, whose parking lot really, really likes Zaxby's; she's entrances are blocked by the line just not overly fond of near-traffic at a time of day — the lunch and accidents or getting made fun of by dinner hours — when they want to traveling comedians. If you'd like be most accessible. to reach out, shoot a message to I am frankly astonished that no!w serious accidents have been caused


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Millhouse — Ten Mile Creek, 9 p.m.

Club 125 — The Steppin Stones, 8 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Piano., 9 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m.

GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.


El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m.

Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

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GSU Planetarium — Litchmond – Universe of Light, hourly from 6– 10 p.m. General tickets will be distributed starting at 5 p.m. in the planetarium lobby. Tickets are free but required. Weather permitting, there will be a telescopic viewing in the evening on the rooftop observation deck. Free and open to the public. Nonperishable food donations are appreciated but not required. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Kyle Turner, 6– 9 p.m.


GSU Engineering and IT Building, Room 1005 — Reading by guest poet Matthew Gavin Frank, 7–8 p.m.

Averitt Center for the Arts — Coppélia ballet, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Check the Averitt Center website for information.

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Georgia Southern Performing Arts Center pavilion — Pink Power Run 5K with the Statesboro-Bulloch County Breast Cancer Foundation to raise funds for breast cancer treatment and research, 8–9 p.m. Splash in the ‘Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.

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Averitt Center — Coppélia ballet, 2–4 p.m. Check the Averitt Center website for information. Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee GSU Performing Arts Center — Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 7:30– 8:30 p.m.

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Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Joe Anderson, Jr., 6–9 p.m.

GSU PAC — Taiwan University of Technology Dance, Free and open to the public, 7–9 p.m.

Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar — Birthday Candles, 7 p.m.; Motion Theatre, 8 p.m.

Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m.

Averitt Center for the Arts — Coppélia ballet, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Check the Averitt Center website for information. GSU Performing Arts Center — Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, 7:30–9 p.m., $30 for general

El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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GSU Russell Union, Room 2084 — Great Minds lecture with Daniel Pioske, “David’s Jerusalem: Between Memory & History,” 5:30–6:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m. GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m.



Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter recital hall — Piano faculty recital with

David Murray, 7:30 p.m Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.



Russell Union Theatre — Social Justice Week speaker series: Alice Goffman, “On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City,” 6:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter recital hall — Choral concert with Southern Chorale, University Singers and Fermata the Blue, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Club 125 — Piano., 8 p.m., and main event Atlas Road Crew, 10 p.m. South City Tavern — RoshambeauX, 10 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

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Downtown Stateboro — F1rst Friday celebration with The Starlights big band orchestra, 5:30– 8 p.m. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Piano., 6–9 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar — Guns Out at Sundown, 8 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Piano., 9 p.m.


Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — First Saturday Farmers Market of the season, 9 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.



Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m.



GSU Performing Arts Center — Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 7:30 p.m.


GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter recital hall — Georgia Southern Department of Music presents “New Music at Southern,” 7:30–8:30 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m.


Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m.

Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

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People fall in love with dolls in Averitt Center's comedic ballet Much like the mad inventor in the play, the Statesboro Youth Ballet will be bringing the ballet "Coppélia" to life the weekend of March 27–29, with Friday and Saturday performances at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. The show will be held at the Emma Kelly Theatre in the Averitt Center for the Arts, and tickets are $16 for members, $18 for general admission and $10 for youth. One of the funniest ballets ever produced, "Coppélia" tells the story of a mad inventor who has created a life-size dancing doll. Things start going awry when Franz, who is supposed to be in love with Swanhilde, becomes infatuated with Coppélia, not knowing she is a doll. Infuriated by her beloved's new infatuation, Swanhilde sets about proving that Coppélia is an inanimate object


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And now for something completely different We have spent most of our time over the last few weeks focused on Georgia Southern men’s basketball’s run to the Sun Belt championship game, but there has been no shortage of other news throughout Eagle Nation. Women’s basketball failed Alex to qualify for the Sun Belt Conference tournament and suffered through a 15-game losing streak that finally was snapped in the season’s final game at Georgia State. The seasonending win was not enough, however, to save the job of head coach Chris Vozab. Vozab was let go after three seasons at Georgia Southern, where she compiled a 23-68 record. This season, the Eagles were 5-24 overall and 2-18 in their inaugural season in the Sun Belt

Conference. A search for a new women’s basketball coach is underway. Georgia Southern baseball has been a Jekyll-and-Hyde story so far. The Eagles swept three (Bethune Cookman, UGA and Appalachian State) of their first four weekend Brown series. In fact, Southern is 14-4 in weekend games this season, but the Eagles are 0-7 in mid-week games. Evan Challenger is the ace of the pitching staff and has been spectacular so far this season. In his six starts, Challenger is 2-0 with a 1.02 ERA. He has struck out 27 batters and walked only nine, and opponents are batting just .190 against him. He has only allowed four earned runs in 35.1 innings pitched. Pitching has been pretty solid across

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the board for the Eagles: The team ERA is a very respectable 3.87. Any struggles Southern has had this season have been the result of not being able to score runs or defensive miscues. In the Eagles’ 11 losses, they are averaging just 2.72 runs. Through 25 games, the Eagles have made 48 errors. which have led to 27 unearned runs scored against them. It makes it tough to win if you spot your opponent more than one run per game — especially if you have trouble scoring runs yourself. This past weekend (March 20–22), Southern welcomed Arkansas State to town. Friday night was a pitcher’s duel. Challenger started for the Eagles and went 7 2/3 innings, giving up one unearned run and five hits. He struck out seven and did not walk anybody. However, the only run support he got came in the form of Chase Griffin's leadoff home run in the bottom of the second. A passed ball in the seventh inning allowed the Red Wolves to tie the game and send it into extra innings. Arkansas State finally got to the Georgia Southern bullpen in the top of the 13th inning, and the Red Wolves took the first game 3-1. Games 2 and 3 were both played Saturday, and there was more free baseball at J.I. Clements Stadium as the

first game of the doubleheader went to extra innings. Ryan Cleveland’s walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th gave the Eagles the 3-2 win. Southern took the rubber game and the series with another dramatic win in March 21's night cap. Tied at two, the Eagles scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth en route to a 6-3 victory. Georgia Southern sits atop the Sun Belt standings with a 6-3 record in conference play. Southern will try to overcome those mid-week game struggles at Kennesaw State Tuesday (24) and will host Jacksonville Wednesday (25). The Eagles travel to Texas State March 27–29 for a three-game set against the Bobcats. Eagle softball has struggled throughout the first half of its 2015 campaign. Southern has enjoyed a ton of success in softball over the last several years, so its 7-21 record is not something the Eagles are accustomed to. Georgia Southern is winless in conference play but managed to pull off a big win over Texas last week. The Eagles play at Georgia Wednesday night before hosting UL Monroe for three games this weekend (March 27–29). There is still a lot of season left and this program has a culture of winning, so Southern still has time to turn things around.w

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Kidnapping has never been this much fun Brothers is all boisterous fun and romance that harkens back to the glory days of the movie musical. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is the seventh national tour for the Prather Touring production. The performance company has previously toured Beehive; The 60s Musical in 2007; the 10th anniversary tour of Footloose in 2008 and 2009; The Wedding Singer in 2010; All Shook Up in 2011; Blast in 2012 and Fiddler on the Roof in 2013. Tickets are $30 for patrons, $15 for youth, $27 for Georgia Southern faculty and staff and $10 for Georgia Southern students. To purchase tickets, contact the PAC Box Office at (912) 478-7999 or visit



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Georgia Southern University’s Performing Arts Center will host a Broadway stage version of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, the popular MGM movie, on Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. Set in Oregon in 1850, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers tells the story of Millie, a young bride living in the 1850s Oregon wilderness. Her plan to civilize and marry off her six rowdy brothers-in-law to ensure the success of her own marriage backfires when the brothers, in their enthusiasm, kidnap six women from a neighboring town to be their brides. Featuring raucous song-anddance numbers and bursting with the rambunctious energy of the original film, Seven Brides for Seven

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Concert series bringing big acts to the 'Boro Music festivals in Statesboro have risen and died, come and gone, but a new addition to the entertainment scene is looking to bring organized music events back. Airbound Entertainment, a ‘Boro-born booking and music management company, is kicking off a six-week concert series featuring touring acts from around the region, bringing a few bigger names to Statesboro’s music scene and something a little different for the young adult concert-going crowd. “People get tired of the same old scene,” said William Bridwell, the man behind the music. As owner, manager and head booking agent at Airbound Entertainment, Bridwell is pretty much a one-man show. He started Airbound Entertainment after a successful gig as a freelancing booking agent for local talents such as Those Cats and Piano. As he got familiar with Statesboro’s music scene, Bridwell realized that Statesboro had a hole in its entertainment scene that needed filling: Despite being a college town, Statesboro

doesn’t attract many nationally touring, big-name acts. “Statesboro gets skipped over when these bands come through Georgia. It’s not even on their map,” Bridwell said. As Bridwell sees it, Statesboro has a unique problem: While it has the numbers in a national act’s target audience — that is, college students and young professionals looking for something to do — the town doesn’t have the venue space for big-name bands to perform in. The town’s primary music spaces are the bars (sorry — “restaurants”), which have fire-marshalled holding capacities in the low hundreds. In order for a venue the size of Dingus Magee’s to break even after paying for a national act, the venue would have to charge big bucks for concert tickets. And college students and young professionals can’t — or aren’t willing — to pay huge sums for their music on a regular basis. For the venues, paying for a huge act is too much of a risk when they can do just fine on a normal night with a local artist, particularly because

Statesboro’s young adults are somewhat landlocked when it comes to local recreational options. However, Airbound Entertainment has zeroed in on Club 125. As one might expect from its name, the venue currently serves as a space to go dance and drink, with DJs providing most of the club music. However, Bridwell said that it can legally hold about 750 people, making it a much more viable space for larger acts to perform in. Additionally, Club 125 has the kind of stage and sound equipment that can accommodate quality performances. Bridwell thinks it could be a great local venue for live music, even though it has not been used for that purpose much before. With a venue that can handle the kind of music acts he wants to bring in, Bridwell has booked six regionally touring acts of diverse backgrounds for the concert series. Kicking off the series on March 26 will be a rock trio out of Hilton Head, The Steppin Stones, to be followed by the Southern alt-rock band Atlas Road Crew on April 2. April 9 will see the return of DJ Archnemesis, and the series will wrap up in the following weeks with Dank (formerly Dank Sinatra), Jimmy Hendrix tribute artist

Gimme Hendrix and the Ryan Kinder Band, a country act. And a few local acts will be sharing the spotlight: Piano., DJ Animosity, The Orange Constant and Nate Kenyon are all scheduled as opening acts throughout the series. “I’ve seen that people have kind of gotten bored with the nightlife and what there is to do — and not to do — around here,” Bridwell said. “The thought I had when I started Airbound was ‘Let’s take the great talent we have here out to the world, and let’s bring the great talent out in the world to Statesboro.’ Because there are some great musicians here.” The concert series is getting some help from local sponsors Eagle Creek Brewing Co. and The Forum, and from Atlanta’s CounterPoint Music Festival, which will be giving away two weekend passes — valued at $175 a pass — to its summer concert blowout at each one of the series’ weekly shows. For more details about the series and the upcoming bands, check out Airbound Entertainment’s Facebook event page — and check back with Connect as we preview each of the incoming acts. Tickets to each show are $5. Come out Thursday night and give The Steppin Stones some love.w

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11 With a brand-new album in tow, rock and roll group Atlas Road Crew will be returning to the 'Boro April 2.

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Hit the road with Atlas Road Crew something of a baptism by fire. “It was hectic, and it was cool,” drummer Patrick Drohan said. “And I think it really kept us on our creative toes.” With three different cities of distinct musical flavors and the guiding mentorship of three different producing musicians, Halfway to Hopkins offers a comprehensive sampling of Southern rock. But make no mistake: The sound is all their own. Together, the six musicians of Atlas Road Crew create a powerful, driving sound that hooks listeners in and takes them on the road with the band. While the band works as a collaborative team on their songs, Drohan and lead vocalist Taylor Nicholson share much of the task of writing lyrics. They draw their inspiration from their common experiences as young guys touring with their best


friends — an experience that can be wildly fun and intensely gratifying, but also tiring and surprisingly lonely at times. Many of the lyrics in Halfway to Hopkins reference the bittersweet joys and difficulties of life on the road, creating a picture of constant motion. It’s perfect road trip music, slightly nostalgic but, in the end, hopeful and optimistic. That sound is perhaps perfectly indicative of where the band is in their musical career right now. The guys just recorded an acoustic set with the famed Relix Magazine, an experience Drohan

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Lights! Camera! Deadline! You know you've got that award-winning film in you, but you just need a little more time. Well, a little less than three weeks is all you have left to create your work for the 2015 Statesboro Film Festival. The final deadline for submitting a film is 5 p.m. Friday, April 10. That gives you enough time to put together or finish production of a film that could earn you recognition as the Best Film winner. And the Best Film at the 2015 Festival will earn the director $500 cash, as well. The Statesboro Herald and the Averitt Center for the Arts are teaming up again for the seventh annual festival to find and honor the best locally made films. It is scheduled for 7 p.m.,

Friday, April 17, at the Averitt Center in downtown Statesboro. Also, voting for your favorite film will begin shortly after the deadline. All approved films will be available at to view and vote on. People can vote up to 10 times per day from a single URL address. Voting will begin April 12 and be open through midnight April 16. Vote totals will not be shown, so the winner can be revealed on the evening

of of the film festival. Like the past five years, the festival offers everyone a chance to do what Hollywood does: Make your own film. Event coordinator Matt Bankhead, video producer for statesboroherald. com and the lead producer for the daily Studio Statesboro vodcast and the Statesboro Herald Report, encourages aspiring filmmakers to go ahead and finish that film. "We received several of our best films the last few days before deadline in the past years," he said. There are a few basic submission rules for the festival. All films can be

called “unbelievable.” They are gaining traction, and even without the help of a record label’s advertising department they are reaching people as far away as the Czech Republic and Australia. “The mood of the band is really positive right now,” Drohan said, adding, “We’re really grateful for where we are right now and the positive feedback we’re getting from everybody. We’re full of ambition right now.” Atlas Road Crew will be hitting the stage at Club 125 April 2 at 10 p.m. Tickets to the event are $5.w

no longer than eight minutes. There is a $15 submission charge through April 3 and $18 through April 11. And, again, the final deadline to submit a film is 5 p.m. Friday, April 10. All rules and information about the festival can be viewed at www., the festival's official website. The winning film and other submitted films will be shown at the 2015 Statesboro Film Festival on April 17. More than 200 people attended the festival in each of the past five years. Light refreshments will be served at the reception and Millhouse Steakhouse will cater the intermission. Tickets for the film festival are $5 and can be purchased at the Averitt Center box office, the Statesboro Herald office or by calling (912) 212-2787. The 2015 Statesboro Film Festival is sponsored by the Statesboro Herald, the Averitt Center for the Arts, Millhouse Steakhouse, Gailey Trophy and Connect Statesboro.w

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Fresh off their hometown album release party, Columbia-based rock ‘n’ roll group Atlas Road Crew will be returning to Statesboro April 2 for the second installment of the Airbound Entertainment concert series, with their brand spankin’ new album in tow. Their newly released first album was produced piecemeal, with three different producers in three different studios in three different cities. The experience gave them a crosssection of several different recording processes, between Rick Beato’s (of Needtobreathe and Shinedown fame) downtown Atlanta studio; Cory Plaugh’s home studio in Columbia, South Carolina; and Charleston with Jump Little Children’s Jay Clifford, where they recorded bits of their songs in a traditional studio and in Clifford’s smaller, personal studio. For a band recording their first album, it was

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Piano.'s new EP showcases 'devilishly heartbreaking blues' Piano. was created last August with the intent of covering songs by The Black Keys and The White Stripes, but as the band progressed into its own entity, the members have dropped the whole cover-band charade. They’re creating a buzz all around Georgia, and last month they released their first EP of original songs entitled “Tiny Bullet Choir.” Piano. is comprised of musicians Michael Kerr of Francis Marion and the Crocodiles, Scott Underwood of Those Cats and Matt Litt, also of Francis Marion. Juggling one band each in addition to their day jobs was challenging enough, so starting a second project was not something the members took lightly. They are extremely dedicated to the music they create. “It’s not like we were like, ‘Oh hey, let’s just start a band in our garage.’ We have all played in various bands throughout the years, so this wasn’t something we were new to,” said guitarist Kerr. But while the artists of Piano. are serious about their music, their laidback approach to the creative process comes down to feeling out what comes


Piano.'s new five-song EP shows a departure from the band's beginnings as cover artists and a focus on their original music and distinctive, bluesy sound. naturally and going with it. This tactic has produced a positive effect for the band in a short matter of time. Even the title of the EP was an error in communication that just sounded right. “We were overlaying vocals and I made a comment saying, ‘It sounds like a tiny boy choir,’” said Underwood,


Piano.’s drummer. “Our producer, Peter Mavrogeorgis, thought I said ‘tiny bullet choir,’ and I said ‘That’s it. That’s the name of the EP.’” The band spent two 15-hour days in the studio, recording the EP at Dollhouse Productions in Savannah. The five-song EP contains an easily T h e S TaT e S b o r o

receivable minimalist quality that is cohesive with the band’s overall vibe. With all three members contributing to vocals, they are able to add a variety of vocal construction and bring a hauntingly eerie addition to their blues guitar riffs, as in their song “Friend of a Friend.” Along with the release of their first EP, the three-piece has shared a music video of their first single “Don’t Talk to Me,” which Litt wrote when he was 16. The video also goes along with the vibe of just letting it flow, considering it is a compilation of videos shot during the recording of “Tiny Bullet Choir.” This video can be found on the band’s Facebook page as well as Airbound Entertainment’s YouTube channel. Piano. combines its members varied musical interests to create a unique, lo-fi bluesy tone. To get this vintage sound, the members first recorded into an analog tape. “Anything analog captures a feeling and an energy that is easily transferred to listeners,” said Kerr. “Tiny Bullet Choir” will be released digitally on iTunes, Spotify and other music sites in the coming weeks, but can be heard live April 2 at Club 125. In addition to their original tracks, Paino. will still throw a few cover songs into the mix — nothing contemporary, but songs from bands that have given the members musical inspiration. Piano. is in the process of planning a tour for the summer with a full-length album to be released this fall. To stay updated with everything the band is doing, like them on Facebook and check out “Tiny Bullet Choir” on the band's website, balleT preSenTS


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