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PoHoHo Rockin’ Holiday Night Market

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 30, 2016 by Lowcountry Boil

pohoThe Charleston Pour House’s Annual Holiday Market will return on Thursday, December 8th from 4-9pm in the back of the Charleston Pour House at 1977 Maybank Hwy. Featuring local products, music and merriment, The Pour House will be transformed into a holiday wonderland, filled with live music, artisan vendors, and great food. Entry is FREE and everyone of all ages is welcome.

Participating Vendors: Drifter Merch, Element Candles, On A Wire Handmade Jewelry, Legare Farms, Alison Brynn Ross Illustration & Design, Mantras and Malas, Sea Island Savory Herbs, The Pottery Shed, Melt Glass Foundry, Bertolini Pasta Co, Jess Ann Jewelry, DaytoDay Designs, Tami Boyce Designs, Crafty Wooden Creations, Hunny Pies, Kay Pea Jewelry, Otero Designs, Manik Apparel, Love Light Leslie

For the past three years, the Charleston Pour House has been putting on an annual market in December to bring the best of Charleston’s artisans together and create a fun holiday-themed event for anyone and everyone to attend. Enjoy some holiday musical performances from The V-Tones at 4pm and John Holenko’s Grateful Dawg at 6pm. The Latin-American food truck ElBo’ Truckin’ will be on hand for food, and The Lot, the farm-to-table, adjacent restaurant, will also be open for dinner service. With over twenty unique local vendors, you won’t leave the market empty handed. It’s a great chance to get your last-minute presents for the holiday season. Following the market, Super Deluxe’s Funky Christmas takes place on the main stage!

For more information, click here.

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The Dirty Dozen Brass Band & the Last Waltz Ensemble Return to the Pour House

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , on April 15, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

1920266_10152050975589565_1081741604_nThe Dirty Dozen & the Last Waltz Ensemble team up for a special night at the Charleston Pourhouse on Friday, April 18th. Doors open at 8pm with LAST WALTZ kicking it off at 8:45pm, DDBB horns will join the Last Waltz Ensemble followed by a full DDBB show. 

To describe how the Dirty Dozen Brass Band has arrived at its 35th Anniversary, trumpet player Gregory Davis employs a tried-and true New Orleans-centric analogy: “It ends up being like a pot of gumbo – you drop in a little okra, drop in a little shrimp, you drop in some crabs. Before you know it, you’ve mixed in all these different ingredients and you’ve got a beautiful soup. That was our approach to music early on and it still is today.”

Started in Atlanta, The Last Waltz Ensemble is a musical group that progressively plays the music of Bob Dylan and The Band.  The group is an amalgam of the best players in the nation presenting the legendary and timeless music of the super-group, THE BAND, whose influence is still felt in music nearly 30 years after its last performance.

Tickets: $17 advance ticket, $20 day of show

The 5th Annual Follywood Oyster Roast

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

1559425_614752178560656_2015164510_oFollywood Productions presents the 5th Annual Follywood Oyster Roast on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Charleston Pour House.

On the Main Stage:
Toubab Krewe
Jimbo Mathus & Tri-State Coalition
9 p.m. Doors / 9:30 Show

On the Deck: (in this order)
Cary Hudson & Davis Coen
The Piedmont Boys
Guilt Ridden Troubadour
Mac Leaphart & My Ragged Company
Gaslight Street
& more…

Deck Doors @ 11:30 a.m.
Music starts @ Noon

3 different tickets on sale HERE:
$10 adv/$12 dos for DECK, 1130am doors/noon show
$15 adv/$17 dos for INSIDE SHOW 9pm doors/930pm show
$22 package ticket for all day/night 1130am doors/noon show

For more information, click here.

Hawk Rawk – Benefit Concert for Josh Dybzinski

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 27, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Come on out for Hawk Rawk on March 11th at the Pour House from 2pm -midnight for an event benefiting Josh Dybzinski. Josh was in a car accident in December and suffered a spinal cord injury. There will be some great music, food from Home Team BBQ, a silent auction and raffle giveaways, all in an effort to help Josh with medical and cost of living expenses heading his way.  $20 per person / Kids FREE.

Deck Bands:
The Audicy 3-4:15
Taco Donkey 4:30-5:15
Guilt Ridden Troubadour 5:30-6:15
Aaron Firetag 6:30-7:15
Acoustic Jam 7:15

Main Stage:
Disco Demolition Knights 6-7:15 PM
Gaslight Street 7:30-8:45
Stereo Reform 9:00-10:15
Shonuff 10:30-11:45
Jam 11:45


If you can’t make the event, you can donate to Josh’s Fund via this link. For more information, click here.

Hope to see you there!

The Last Waltz Ensemble Returns with the Music of Bob Dylan and The Band

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 28, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

If you are a fan of live rock music, then there is a good chance you have seen Martin’s Scorsese’s classic documentary, The Last Waltz, which was billed as the last performance from notorious rock group The Band among many other special guests including Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters and Neil Young. While that show was legendary and lives on in many DVD collections, you have a chance to enjoy the music as The Last Waltz Ensemble recreates that night by bringing the music of Bob Dylan and The Band to the lowcountry again on Friday, July 1st at the Charleston Pour House.

When asked why the magic, mystery and music of The Band continues to resonate thirty-four years after the demise of the group, The Last Waltz Ensemble’s instigator and front man Kris Gloer responded, “That’s like asking why Shakespeare has lasted so long. It’s a timeless example of old world elegance and modern day hooliganism jelly rolled into a wafer thin mint and topped with Richard Manuel’s high harmony.”

It’s simple to see why singer/guitarist Gloer and his band mates, Jessica Sheridan (vocals), Benji Shanks (slide guitar), Mark Kramer (acoustic guitar/vocals), Eric Reed (bass/vocals), Jason Fuller (keyboards/vocals) and Will Groth (drums/percussion), continue to pay homage to The Band. The revolutionary energy of the group’s final breath at The Winterland Ballroom in November of 1976 has perpetually propelled The Band’s music in front of new audiences. Gloer and company, as The Last Waltz Ensemble, are happy to spread the music to established fans and young converts.

The Last Waltz Ensemble recently completed another tribute to Bob Dylan and The Band’s tunes with New Orleans Jokerman, an effort recorded in New Orleans and Atlanta with many of the finest musicians in each city. The LWE took a pull of Dylan and Band tunes and seasoned a fine gumbo with the zest of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr, members of The Neville Brothers, The Radiators, Blackberry Smoke and even the great Francine Reed from Lyle Lovett’s Large Band fame.

 

“It was a dream come true. Working with the Dirty Dozen, George Porter Jr and the rest of the NoLa crew was refreshing and inspiring,” remarks Gloer. “Those guys know who they are, so when you bring an idea to the table you’re going to get an authentic response. The collaboration was a moment of surreal testimony and was everything we hoped for and more.”

The Last Waltz Ensemble is a musical group that progressively plays the music of Bob Dylan and The Band bolstering a play st of over one hundred Bob Dylan, The Band, and related songs, covering music from all eras of the artists’ careers. From The Hawks to the Basement Tapes to The Last Waltz to later recordings, the group uses vintage equipment and borrowed arrangements, and incorporates guest performances by friends from regional and national acts.

Give them a listen here.

WHAT: The Last Waltz Ensemble

WHEN: Friday, July 1st

WHERE:
The Pour House
1977 Maybank Hwy. Charleston, SC 29412
(843) 571-4343

TICKETS: $12 ADV

James Justin & Co. Release Dark Country

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 31, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

Photo by Stratton Lawrence

ARTICLE BY ALEXIS COMER

Saturday, May 21th at the Pour House was the official release party for the latest James Justin & Co. CD, Dark Country. The band hit the ground running and the stage did not seem large enough to contain the energy, talent and enthusiasm of the band as a whole and specifically, lead vocalist and guitar player, James Justin Burke. Burke’s music is fun to get down to, but there is also rich storytelling and emotions in every tune.

Duffy Lewis of Charlestontoday.net had this to say about Burke and his band: With their eclectic mix of musical styles, James Justin & Co. represents the best of the burgeoning genre of Americana. “Americana is here to stay. I hope it becomes bigger than rock ‘n’ roll,” says band leader Justin Burke. Rooted in various forms of American music, “Dark Country” is reminiscent of legendary musicians John Prine and Neil Young, with a smattering of Jim Morrison, and resembles contemporary artists, The Avett Brothers—but Burke is creating his own unique style of Americana music, where rock ‘n’ roll meets folk music.

James Justin & Co. follows their 2009 debut album, “Southern Son, So Far,” with “Dark Country,” due to be released nationally in July. “Dark Country” delivers a driving Southern rock beat, mixed with the haunting, sometimes sentimental strings of bluegrass, country, and folk. Add the power of brass horns and throw in an organ and piano, and J. J. & Co. cannot be pigeon-holed.”

The band will be touring for the next several months to promote Dark Country. If these guys are in your area, go to them! You will not be disappointed.

  • Wed, June 1st Martin’s Downtown / Roanoke, VA 9pm
  • Thu, June 2nd Mo Daddy’s / Asheville, NC with The Delta Saints
  • Fri, June 3rd Barley’s Taproom / Knoxville, TN 10pm
  • Tue, June 7th Triple Nickel / Colorado Springs, CO 10pm
  • Wed, June 8th Cervante’s / Denver, CO 10pm
  • Thu, June 9th The Lazy Dog / Boulder, CO
  • Sat, June 11th Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Fest / Palisade, CO
  • Sat, June 11th Carnahan’s / Carbondale, CO 10pm
  • Thu, June 16th Moe’s Original Bar B Que / Fort Collins, CO
  • Fri, June 17th Bar SS / Laporte, CO
  • Sat, June 18th Paddy’s / Vail, CO
  • Sun, June 19th Bluegrass on Aspen Mountain
  • Fri, June 24th Three 20 South / Breckenridge, CO
  • Sat, June 25th The Summit / Durango, CO
  • Sun, June 26th The Launchpad / Albuquerque, NM
  • Tue, June 28th The Continental Club / Austin, TX
  • Fri, July 1st Luna / St. Charles, LA
  • Sat, July 2nd Ole Tavern @ George St. / Jackson, MS
  • Wed, July 6th Lulu Buffet’s / Gulf Shores, AL
  • Wed, July 13th Smith’s Olde Bar / Atlanta, GA with Bret Mosley and Gaslight Street
  • Thu, July 14th Downtown Alive / Greenville, SC 6pm
  • Fri, July 15th Deep South / Raleigh, NC 10pm
  • Sat, July 16th Edgewood Farm Fest II
  • July 28-31st FloydFest 10 – the eXperience / Floyd, VA
  • Fri, Aug. 12th The Crooked I / Erie, PA
  • Aug. 18-19th Camp Barefoot 5 / West Virginia
  • Sat, Aug. 20th Live by the Lake / Wise, VA
  • Sept. 17-18th: Bristol Rythm & Roots Reunion / Bristol, TN

For more information about James Justin & Co, visit www.jamesjustinmusic.com.

Last Waltz Ensemble Returns to South Carolina

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 13, 2010 by Lowcountry Boil

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