Free For All
GALLERY HOURS (during exhibitions)
Monday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Open until 7pm on Thursdays

HI HARMONY: A Free Community Concert

Sunday, August 16, 2015
Charleston Music Hall, 37 John Street

CELEBRATING CHARLESTON’S MUSICAL DIVERSITY

A very special and very free concert is happening at the Charleston Music Hall on August 16th, when more than fifty of Charleston’s most active musicians from a variety of genres will share the bill in the spirit of celebrating and cultivating community through music. The unique format will feature six sets spanning Hip Hop, Folk, R&B, Rock, Jazz, Spoken Word, and Gospel, each arranged by a different Musical Director.

Doors Open: 5:00 pm | Concert Begins: 6:00 pm

FREE – Reserve your seat HERE
or in person at the Music Hall Box Office:
37 John Street (843-853-2252) Tues – Fri. 1PM – 6PM

Jazz Artists of Charleston:

A set exploring and integrating several styles and eras of jazz.

Musical Director: Charlton Singleton.

Musicians: Robert Lewis, Dr. Jill Tehar Lewis, Gerald Gregory, Kevin Hackler, Tyler Ross, Ron Wiltrout, and Kevin Hamilton.

Hearts & Plugs:

Musicians from SUSTO, The High Divers, and Infinitikiss performing cosmic vibes with a touch of twang to bring it all together.

Musical Director: Dan McCurry.

Musicians: Justin Osborne, Luke Mitchell, Mary Alice Connor, Julius DeAngelis, Johnny Delaware, Kevin Early, Marshall Hudson, Corey Campbell, Nic Jenkins, and Clay White.

The Whole Shebang:

An eclectic group covering multiple genres spanning Rock, Alt Country, Latin, Jazz, Indie, and Folk.

Musical Director: Lindsay Holler.

Musicians: Lee Barbour, Mackie Bowles, Conor Donohue, Jordan Igoe, Vikki Matsis, Hunter Park, Sam Sfirri, and Leah Suarez.

The Very Hypnotic Soul Band:

Fusing Alternative R&B, Spoken Word, Hip Hop, and Neo Soul for an atmospheric, groove-centric set.

Musical Directors: McKenzie Eddy and Elliott A. Smith.

Musicians: Marcus Amaker, James Choate, Zandrina Dunning, Alicia Modoor, Matt Monday, Michael Quinn, Quentin Ravenel, Charlton Singleton, Amire Solomon, Benjamin Starr, and Corey Webb.

Shrimp Records:

A collective of friends who have been making music together since around the turn of the century and has been the cradle of such acts as Punks & Snakes, Mechanical River, and Shovels & Rope. Every performance is equal parts rock concert and family reunion.

Musical Director: Bill Carson.

Musicians: Jack Burg, Andy Dixon, Joel Hamilton, Michael Flynn, Cary Ann Hearst, and Michael Trent.

The Praise Charleston Combined Gospel Choir:

A combined choir of local Gospel singers and musicians from Charleston and North Charleston performing traditional Gospel and inspirational music.

Musical Director: Mrs. Shari Broomfield and Rev. Da’rrell Ravenell.

Between each set, a community leader will deliver a brief address on the theme of community in Charleston. Speakers include City Councilman Dudley Gregorie, JA Moore, KJ Kearney, Mark Sloan and Kate Nevin.

FREE – Reserve your seat HERE
or in person at the Music Hall Box Office:
37 John Street (843-853-2252) Tues – Fri. 1PM – 6PM

HI HARMONY: A Free Community Concert

Sunday, August 16, 2015
Charleston Music Hall, 37 John Street
Free For All
GALLERY HOURS (during exhibitions)
Monday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Open until 7pm on Thursdays
843.953.4422


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