Benefit for the recent SC flood victims.
“The night’s local opener, Say Brother, put Marshall Tucker’s lack of excitement in sharp relief. Say Brother, ballyhooed around the Midlands for its revved-up, choogling rock shows, quickly won over a crowd that appeared determined to write them off. The first few songs started out fairly slow, the group’s driving rhythms and twisting guitars coasting along. But the group soon shifted into high-gear, Tripp LaFrance and Zach Morrison trading intricate and exhilarating licks as the former howled out plainly spoken heartaches. Say Brother’s energized Southern rock relies on a persistent formula, but the band attacked its parts with gusto, reaching for understated flourishes that made it feel alive. -”