The South Carolina Broadcasters
Mount Airy, NC
Americana / Old-Time / Bluegrass
Y'all, It's been a busy summer, and once again we've been remiss in
keeping you up-to-date on all our shenanigans. Music and life have been going swimmingly
well. We've got an exciting return to Charleston planned on September 13th when
we'll be performing at the Charleston Music Hall. Get your tickets now. In the
meantime, you can catch us at Conundrum in Columbia, SC this evening, the Grey Eagle in Asheville tomorrow, and at Saturdays in Saxapahaw, well, on Saturday.
you North Carolina folks, we're happy to announce that we've been invited
to help Mandolin Orange with their album release tour. We'll
be with them at the Grey Eagle Friday August, 16th and then at the Cat's Cradle in Carrboro on August 23rd. These are
not to be missed shows, so please come if you can and help us spread the word.
the note finds you all well. See you on down the road.
South Carolina Broadcasters
"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
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