Just for you at The C

We have no idea what tomorrow will bring, but today is overflowing with potential.

~ Allan Lokos

Through the Flames

 

Carpe Diem!         

 

What is happening this weekend you ask…

5/11 Korbe Winfree Photography show Korbe is a student at Summerville High school and he will be sharing his talent with all of us.  Come support this budding young artist.  

5/12 Wednesday 6:30pm-9:30pm Wine and  Canvas Think of it as the painting class with beverages. No talent or equipment required. You just show up and BAM you are an artist. What a great way to share an evening out with your friends. Tickets are $35 and that entitles you to all your supplies and 10% off your beverages for the evening.

Click the link to register. https://www.wineandcanvas.com/wine-and-canvas-calendar-charleston-sc.html

5/14 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Open Mic Night hosted by Fleming Moore Come on out and experience something new and exciting every week.  Talented musicians from all over the area come and share their gifts and flair with you the audience. You never know who will show up.

5/14 Thursday, 7pm-9pm Spoken Word hosted by Chris “Chuck” Skipper Spoken Word will be on Thursdays from 7 PM to 9 PM. It will bring performers and anyone interested in live performance to the forefront and give them a warm and inviting space to simply perform written word and give it a voice, to hone their craft, or to get feedback from other performers. Monologues, scenes, and readings of all kind are encouraged and facilitated! It will be spearheaded and conducted by Chris Skipper, the artistic director of the up and coming Greek To Me Repertory theatre group. Come out and get your creative juices flowing!

5/15-Friday, 7pm-9pm Tom Strickland is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Glasgow West Virginia (about 25 miles east of Charleston).  Tom started playing guitar taught to him by his mother as a teenager.  He soon joined his first band and started playing at local bars and restaurants in the Charleston area.  He discovered his love for song writing and even had a local hit on the radio back in the 70’s.  He has been compared to John Denver and James Taylor.  He has been referred to as “the walking juke box”, because he can usually perform just about anything requested by his audience. Tom moved to Ladson South Carolina back in 2000 and has enjoyed performing with local musicians as well as a solo artist.  www.reverbnation.com/tomstrickland

 

5/16 Saturday 8am-1pm find us at the Summerville Farmers Market located in the parking lot of First Citizens bank by the parking garage.

  

5/16 Saturday 7pm-9pm Jeep White was born and raised in the remote mountains of West Virginia. The great grandson of Valentine " Judge Wall" Hatfield, he grew up on mountain music and a heritage filled with tales and stories of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The difficulties connected to the coal mining business in Appalachia, gave him the incentive to relocate to the musically rich shores of South Carolina. He has played in Country, Hillbilly, Rock & Roll, Top 40 and Blues Bands throughout the years. The music scene in Charleston, South Carolina, has allowed him to perform with some of the best musicians around, and given him the opportunity to resurrect a lifetimes worth of songwriting. A cross between Hank Williams, Johnny Cash and Neil Young, his original songs tell stories of the loves, struggles, triumphs and failures of the lives we lead. From serious to amusing, his storyful songs are full of emotion and are sure to touch you, make you think, make you laugh and make you cry.

 




And here is a look ahead…

5/20-NIght Cap Yoga

5/21-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

5/22-Mike and Caroline

5/23-Cookies and Canvas

Honey Smoke

5/25-Greek to Me

5/28-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

5/29-Dan Riley

5/30-Todd Washko

6/4-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/5-Highbeams

6/6-Olend Camp recital 4pm

Susie Summers duo

6/10-Wine and Canvas

6/11-Open Mic

     Spoken Word

6/12-Forty Mile Detour

6/13-Cookies and Canvas

Podunk