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The mighty SUSTO returns to the Upstate tomorrow night to play The Spinning Jenny in Greer!

We've got their amazing new album, "& I'm Fine Today" in-stock now on CD and vinyl LP!
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Our buddy, the amazing Randall Bramblett is playing at Dr. Mac Arnold's Blues Restaurant TONIGHT! Instrumental brilliance, blues power and songwriting excellence galore! And we've got his amazingness right here in CD and vinyl form for your post-show listening needs!

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    In December 2016, after more than a year of touring, songwriter Joan Shelley, together with guitarist Nathan Salsburg, headed to Chicago, where they joined Jeff Tweedy for five days in Wilco’s studio. Spencer Tweedy, home from college, joined on drums, while James Elkington shifted between piano and resonator guitar. Jeff added electric accents and some bass, but mostly, he helped the band stay out of its own way. “He was protecting the songs. He was stopping us before we went too far,” Shelley says. Indeed, half of these songs on the album that resulted are first takes. ... Read More
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