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Tybee City Limits

Tybee City Limits, the Best in Live Local Music, wraps up its first full year showcasing the best Coastal Empire bands and singer-songwriters with two of the hottest acts to ever rock the stage. For this end-of-year holiday season show, we bring back Jason Bible and the Train Wrecks and Ray Lundy’s Bottles & Cans. The Train Wrecks are a hard-working band of songwriters and performers who love nothing more than good songs and a good show. They deliver a dynamic, original blend of Americana-ranging from outlaw alt-country and bluegrass to rootsy rock and beyond, all with a distinctive Southern swagger.… Read more…

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6th Annual Homegrown Holiday Hoedown

6th Annual Homegrown Holiday Hoedown Friday, Dec. 16, 2016 Doors 6:30pm, Show 7pm American Legion Post 135 Ballroom Tickets $20 in advance, $25 day of show. Ticket includes food. Age 21+ Tickets: http://homegrownholidayhoedown.brownpapertickets.com/ Get merry with local music by The Train Wrecks, The Accomplices, The Hypnotics, and Austin Quattlebaum Get in the photo booth with Santa Claus! Includes catered food by Driftaway Cafe and The Sentient Bean. Cash Bar (Must be 21+ with a valid I.D. to attend) For the sixth year in a row, Savannah-based Americana bands The Train Wrecks and The Accomplices Band join forces to put on… Read more…

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Regional artists honor John Prine at The Altamont- Article by Edwin Arnaudin

Citizens-Times June 21, 2016 On a late November night in 2014, Americana quartet The Accomplices were among the artists from across Savannah who gathered at the city’s revered Lucas Theatre for a musical tribute to The Band. Energized from the experience and wanting to organize their own similar show, the opportunity arose a little over a year later in conjunction with the opening of the new Tybee Post Theater — and guitarist and vocalist Matt Eckstine knew just the person he and his bandmates would honor. “Personally, John Prine’s music is probably my greatest influence on the songwriter that I’ve… Read more…

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6 Musician’s Who Call Tybee Home

We are lucky to be so close to Tybee Island. Thanks for putting The Train Wrecks at the top of the list. Check out the recommendations from Visit Tybee author Jess Brannen HERE. Be sure not to miss our upcoming shows and the next time we play on this beautiful, one of a kind island.