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First time at this great venue. Bring it on out and lets pack this place! CHEERS!
Charleston Beer Garden is back for the 4th annual celebration of the suds! Known as Charleston's largest pop-up beer garden, The Grove at Patriot's Point (new venue!) will be transformed overnight into an oasis for craft beer lovers. The festival features an epic line-up of Craft Brews, Beer Olympics Games, Homebrewers, Live Music, and more! No beer snobs. Just fun!
C'mon out Asheville! Cheers!
Sounds Like: The Avett Brothers, Robert Earl Keen, Frank Turner, Hayes Carll, Mumford and Sons
Label: Jangly Records
A darkly honest and wry singer/songwriter out of Charleston, South Carolina, Donald
Merckle's tunes have one foot in the foot-stompin' Celtic punk of The Pogues and Dropkick
Murphys and another firmly planted in the alt-country tradition popularized by Uncle
Tupelo, Whiskeytown, and the Drive-by ...See Full Bio
“You can’t have a discussion with locals about the Columbia music scene of the past without immediate and favorable mention of the bands Loch Ness Johnny, American Gun, and Bare Knuckle Champions….and to hear enthusiastic praise in response as stories are relayed of memorable shows, favorite songs and records, and the inevitable “I miss them”. As is the nature of the “musical beast”, bands as a whole as well as the individual band members (no matter how popular or successful) form, expand, morph, and re-invent themselves over time as the intricacies of life impact all those involved. Singer/songwriter and recording artist Donald Merckle’s combination of strong vocals and honest songwriting has been the common thread throughout the course of each of these bands and continues to flourish as he performs both as a solo artist and in his newest project, Don Merckle & The Blacksmiths. Expect to hear the roots-grass, alt-country rock, and raw energy of Merckle’s former bands”