Queen Street Harmony | Tuesday, October 16
Awendaw Green presents an Original Music Listening Room Showcase in historic downtown Charleston at Queen Street Playhouse home of Footlight Players.
20 Queen St, Charleston, SC 29401
Doors at 6:30pm show at 7:00pm
TWO for $15 / $12 single tickets available day of
7:00pm Logan and the Kidders
8:30pm The Mammoths
Logan and the Kidders
A southern soul band based in Charleston, SC. Known for their tight harmonies, fun-filled grooves, and inviting stage presence they look to hit the local Charleston music scene with force.
Having evolved from the former project "Kidd Aggie" Logan took a brief hiatus to song write to grow musically and refine his art. Finding members Cecilia Mcguinn and Cory Schwartz after their split from "Pinkerton and the Brinks" they looked to continue their musical journeys and by happenstance ran into Logan. Chad has been with Logan since backing him during their former summer residency at Freehouse Brewery, after coming to a close in the Winter of 2017 they continued to play and start to learn the original tunes that Logan had written.
Composed of members, Logan Aggeles (lead guitar/vocals) Cecilia McGuinn (violin/vocals) Cory Schwartz (bass), Chad Solomon (drums), formed less than a year ago, they look to bring their southern Americana sound into the Lowcountry. Getting set to start recording their debut EP at Charleston Sound Studios, they offer an eclectic variety of up-tempo, moderate soulful tunes, with meaningful lyrics. Keep up to date with their shows and events on their social media pages listed above
Beginning in Austin, TX, in the heart of their middle school days, David Kapsner (lead vocals/guitar/piano), Michael Jekot (lead guitar/vocals), and Tyler Rush (bass/vocals) came together to transcend the barrier of blues-rock into funky psych-soul through their various music ventures. Bringing the audacious and wonderfully talented Tim Durand (drums/vocals) into the picture has recently solidified the band with a roaring sound and strength to complement their vibe. Dedication to their music has evolved The Mammoths from garage rock to sophisticated blues-funk, and constant experimentation has allowed each member of the group to always stay true to their roots. Jekot, self-described as playing in the “grunge-endrix” style, notes that Kapsner’s soul-vocals, Durand’s pure metal, and Tyler’s deep, groovy funk stand out in the realm of rock, drawing influence from all over to create a sound that is entirely new, yet curiously familiar.
"The Mammoths are an up-and-coming Austin band to watch fueled by their fiery unapologetic live shows reminiscent of a young Led Zeppelin. In meeting with these guys at AMF on their future plans, this band is clearly driven on playing hard and using the old school work ethic of making fans one sweaty show at a time.” - Alex Vallejo (Vallejo Music Group/Austin Music Foundation).
"Crisp and catchy songwriting and performances make The Mammoths new recordings jump through the speakers." - Kevin Wommack (Playing in Traffic Records)