The South Carolina Broadcasters

Mount Airy, NC
Americana / Old-Time / Bluegrass
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 Greetings Dear Friends, We want to thanks all the great people who turned out for our album release at Motorco in Durham. You made our very special night a huge success. We couldn't be happier, and the cake was pretty great. Thanks Sarah's Mom!  We're working hard now to get our new album out to the world. We're headed down to Charleston this afternoon to perform for the Historic Charleston Foundation's Home and Garden Tour Concert Series. We'll be sharing the stage tomorrow night at the Circular Church with YeeHaw Junction.  Friday you can catch us in Hillsborough, NC at The Depot. Snow and ice kept us away in February, but the birds will be singing on Friday night. It's a hopping place and you want to be there. Saturday evening you'll find us at the Laurel Theater in downtown Knoxville. It's the best room in Knoxville and we can't wait to play there. We'll have plenty of copies of "Short Time To Stay Here" on hand.  We hope to see you soon. 


Ivy, Sarah, David

The South Carolina Broadcasters




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"The Broadcasters tour constantly through the Southeast. And with each release, they become tighter, somehow closer to reaching the heart of the music they obviously love. The harmonies are crisp. The playing is tight. The music is raw and raucous, heartfelt and beautiful. They are the South Carolina Broadcasters, and they are what is great about old time music."  Dan Schram, Hopscotch Music Fest

"The South Carolina Broadcasters are about as perfect an old-time trio as you’ll ever hear. And “Short Time to Stay Here” is a brilliant recording, with instruments providing luxuriant atmospheres for the trio’s riveting lead and harmony singing. "  Jack Bernhardt, Raleigh News & Observer

"The Broadcasters bridge their cross-generational gaps by course of talent – shared, divided, rehashed and revised – impelling some sort of experiential collision: through aching and dismay, transcendence and hope, noise and silence, body and soul, their interpretations seem to suggest that we are together, all of us, Southern children going forward at top volume. "  Colton Wooten, Raleigh News & Observer


John A. Walker Community Center Wilkesboro, NC Thu Apr 24 14 07:00 PM Tickets
Mauldin Cultural Center Mauldin, SC Fri May 09 14 07:30 PM Tickets
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