Music bands

Here’s where to see live music, bands in Columbia, Lexington


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Alex Butler and his band play Tin Roof at Vista on August 6th.

The energy of live music is back. To be praying. All these bands playing streaming, it was nice, but not the same.

So The State is kicking off a weekly roundup of live weekend shows in Columbia, Lexington, and the Midlands to help you get that jerk that only comes from the musical waves that overwhelm you. You might find some new music to love in this list.

Visit the websites of the sites for schedules, costs and other details.

Friday August 6

Paul McDonald – Modern American troubadour with heart. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Marcus Adams – Smooth jazz soul on the saxophone. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

The Killer Beez – Beloved covers spanning five decades. TO Hemingway – 7467 Saint Andrews Rd., Irmo

Blues by various musicians (5.30 p.m.), Amos Hoffmann & friends (9 p.m.) – Blues jam, gypsy jazz guitar. TO Gasket – 1710 Main Street, Colombia

Rock of ages – Perform with a live 80’s band. TO Ice Amphitheater – 107 W Main St., Lexington

Relle (7 p.m.), Alex Butler and his band (10 p.m.) – Dinner airs then classic rockers. TO The tin roof – 1022, rue du Senate, Colombia

Saturday August 7

Phil james (7 p.m.), Hudson Valley (10 p.m.) – Meals, music and nasal rock. TO The tin roof – 1022, rue du Senate, Colombia

Soda City Riot, Scout’s honor and Never End – A Punk Rock party. TO Art bar – 1211 Park St., Colombia

Marcus Adams – Smooth jazz soul part two. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

Money-to-cash experience – Covers of yesteryear made for dancing. TO The main stage – 1624 Main Street, Colombia

Jazz by various artists presented by Marc Rapp – Brunch with a touch of jazz. TO Gasket – 1710 Main Street, Colombia

Psyren Sound, BODYSNATCHERZ, Sara Tonin, cel.cs, Chef Pandah – DJs who run the EDM all night long. TO New Brookland Tavern – 122 State St., West Columbia

Review – DJ, dance, drag, good times. TO The place – 1626 Main Street, Colombia

Got an upcoming live music event? Send an email to tbland@thestate.com

David Travis Bland won the 2017 SC Press Association Judson Chapman Award for Community Journalism. He joined The State in 2018. He writes on crime, law enforcement and the criminal justice system. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2010.
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