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  • Main St. Jazz Trio

    21
    Aug 2014
    Thursday

    Free Show every Thursday
    Upstairs in Tucker’s Lounge

  • Seersucker Live & Deep present: The Wiretap Episode

    22
    Aug 2014
    Friday
    - 7:30 -

    Part literary reading. Part talk show. Part party.

    FEATURING:

    Anthony Varallo
    author of Think of Me and I’ll Know, Out Loud, and This Day in History

    & The Deep Center’s Writing Contest Team

    Hosted by:
    Christopher Berinato & Zach Powers

    Live Music by:
    Brian Dean

    With:
    Joseph Schwartzburt, Joanna Dasher & Gino Orlandi

    Tickets:
    $10 ($5 w/ student ID & for DeepKids’ family members)

    Ampersand (2nd Floor)
    36 MLK Blvd

    Seersucker Live is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that hosts a series of reading performances, spotlighting literature in Savannah, bringing together local and national authors, area students, and a diverse audience for an evening of arts and entertainment.

    The Deep Center is a 501(c)3 education nonprofit in Savannah, Georgia that provides free, rigorous, and fun writing workshops and publication for public school students in Savannah. Deep takes a deeper approach to literacy by challenging kids to engage with language through writing. Learn more at http://deepkids.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1521843921364425/

  • Damn Tall Buildings & Fare the Gap

    27
    Aug 2014
    Wednesday
    - 10:00 pm -

    Ampersand is excited to present Damn Tall Buildings and Fare the Gap on Wednesday, August 27th in Tuckers Lounge at 10pm. Tickets are available at the door for $5 and include a free drink ticket to the second floor bar.

    Damn Tall Buildings is an all-acoustic bluegrass and blues band from Boston, Massachusetts. With lyrical storytelling and foot-stomping grooves, their songs about love and ramblin’ will help listeners to forget their everyday troubles and slip away into the up-tempo hobo-anthems. Having played in over 50 venues in the New England area, shared the stage with Cornmeal at Church and Ganstagrass, and participated in the Harvard Make Music Festival, Damn Tall Buildings brings a repertoire that extends beyond just music to Ampersand’s Tuckers Lounge.

    Opening for Damn Tall Buildings is Savannah’s own Fare the Gap. Described as a savage rock-and-roll dance fantasy foursome, these gold-loving musicians are not to be missed.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/250135748530763/

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