Local Artists: A - H
Local Artists: A - H PDF Print E-mail


Annie Allman & Duane Damiani

Annie Alman is a Southern native and has worked as a professional musician in Chicago, Miami, and Savannah. She previously owned Annie's Guitars & Drums and Annie's Downtown Music. Duane Damiani worked at Gulfstream for a number of years.

Together, they perform at the Tybee Island Social Club and Unlce Bubba's Oyster House.


Barefoot Booyah

Two boys from Savannah who like to make  rowdy music, Boone Blackmon and Sammy  Warren are Barefoot Booyah.

Check out their events page to find out where you can see them live.



PM Goerner, Matt McCullough, Chris Goggans met while studying at Armstrong, and now they're Blackrune. Blackrune, they say, is "a nexus of spacey, weathered riffs and dark shoegaze atmospheres."

To hear what that sounds like, check out their spot from Savannah Stopover.

Bottles & Cans

 Bottles & Cans

A shining light of Savannah's music scene for a decade,Bottles & Cans is known as a "blues band," yet this unpredictable group of immensely talented players and singers draws as well on the rich traditions of American folk, country and rock to create their raucous, swampy rave-ups and soulful ballads. "One of the most entertaining bands to watch in this town, these guys hardly shift from their spots on stage, but it's the mixture of intense concentration and seemingly effortless flippancy with which they ply their rotgut, Tom Waits-inspired trash can blooze rawk swing that is mesmerizing. They get down deep into their grab bag of originals & obscure songs, and don't come up until they've had their way with them." -Connect Savannah. Check out their Facebook page or their Official Website for the latest news and dates.


 CC Witt

Born and raised in Savannah, Witt is a singer/songwriter, who often performs her accoustic work at Third Thursdays on Tybee. You can also find her fronting the local country/pop group Lyn Avenue.


Choking Hazard

Choking Hazard describes themselves as "Savannah's premier rock cover band focusing on hits from the 80's, 90's, 00's, and today." With Nicole Carpenter on vocals, Brandon Sharp on lead guitar, Doug Spinks on drums, Joe West on Bass they are Choking Hazard.


Chris Desa

Originally from India, Desa's hosts Savannah's First Friday for Folk Music every month at the First Presbyterian Church at Washington Avenue. He is often featured on WRHQ's Second Sundays.


Chuck Courtenay

Born in Savannah, Courtenay's father's life as a musician and his early love of greats like Johnny Cash and and Waylon Jennings left a permanent impression on him.

Recently, he made "Good Side of this Bar," which was produced by Dave McAfee in Nashville.

City Hall Band Recording

City Hotel Band

Voted 'Best Acoustic Band' by the readers of Connect Savannah in May 2013, City Hotel Band has emerged as one of the most engaging acts in Savannah, GA. Born in the summer of 2011, City Hotel Band meld a love of popular and indie rock music with a traditional bluegrass lineup, producing an individual, exciting, and eclectic sound. With a combination of covers from treasured influences and unique originals, City Hotel Band offers an unmatched experience to all audiences.

Cranford Hollow Promotional Photo Shoot

 Cranford Hollow

Cranford Hollow began in 2011 when band members Eric Matthew Reid and John Carl Cranford performed together at a small bar on Hilton Head Island. Forming their band's rhythm section with drummer Julius DeAngelis and bass player Phillip Carol Sirmans, Cranford Hollow now have two albums under their belts.  With a gritty sound that mixes Southern Rock and Classic Country, Cranford Hollow are looking forward to touring across the country. Find tour dates and all the latest news on Cranford Hollow by checking out their Facebook page and official website.


Danielle Hicks

Hicks was raised in the deep woods of South Georgia, and went on to study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. Now, she's back in the coastal empire, and performing all over Savannah. Check out her Facebook page for the next chance to see her live.


Dodd Ferrelle

Born in Savannah, Ferrelle has been living and working in Athens, Georgia since the early 1990s. He finds inspiration in his home town, and his last video, "Sucker Punch Town" was shot in Downtown Savannah.

Dodd Ferelle is made up of the man himself, plus his band Noel and David Blackmon, Jon Mills, David Vanwyk, Tim Adams and Brad Fowler.


Domino Effect

Based in Savannah, Domino Effect calls themselves "reggae cut with soulful melody and harmony over infectious grooves and a deep pocket." In 2012, they released their first full length LP, Music for my Soul. They're also scheduled to play at the upcoming Savannah Summer Solstice Music and Arts Festival. 

Double Run

Alex "The Hair" Helms, Tyler Ledford, and Mark and Jason Brown are from Double Run, Georgia and describe themselves as the "underdogs of the alternative world."

Their latest music video, Levitate, was produced by Patrick Rippman of Bootleg Productions.


Epic Cycle

Formed in Savannah, Epic Cycle is heavy funk and psychedelic blues-rock. Made up of bassist and vocalist Paul Schmidt, drummer Jared Mayak and guitarist Ben Keiser, they spent 2012 as the house band for Live Wire Music Hall.


Eric Britt

Britt started writing and recording while living in Athens in the mid-ninties. He played with Hazel Virtue for many years. He is now a solo artist living and writing in Savannah. Most recently, he released Greener in the Spring of 2012.


Eric Culberson

From Savannah, Culberson has released three albums in his blues career: Blue is My Religion and No Rules to the Game with Kingsnake Records, and Live at the Bamboo Room independantly. Most recently, he's been performing in and around Savannah. For locations and tour dates, check out his site.


Gregg Allman

Born in Nashville, he is one of the founding members of the Allman Brother Band and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. Now, he's living in Richmond Hill and is set to go on tour with the Allman Brothers band this summers--making a few stops in Georgia along the way. 


Greg Williams

Based in Savannah, Williams has toured with musicians like Warren Zevon, John Mayer, and Lyle Lovett. Currently, he plays in and around Savannah. Check out his Facebook page to find out where you can see him next.


Harry O’Donoghue

Born in Drogheda, Ireland, O'Donoghue now lives in Savannah--a natural fit, given the city's love of Irish culture and their heritage. He's performed with the Savannah Symphony and currently produces and hosts the "Green Island Radio Show" on GPB.