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The best concerts in Savannah, GA are at District Live, the city's newest destination for live music riverside. Powered by Live Nation, District Live features national and regional artists performing along the city's iconic riverfront for an unforgettable Savannah nightlife experience. This state-of-the-art venue is home to some of the best live music Savannah, GA offers, so come ready to turn the energy up! Email Sign Up for Upcoming Shows and Events

Mar 02 Sat

Matt Andersen

Door 7PM | Show 8PM | $25 in advance | $30 day of show

When Matt Andersen steps on stage, he brings a lifetime of music to every note he plays. His latest album, The Big Bottle of Joy, is all about hard-won celebration; a dozen songs infused with raw blues-rock, rollicking Americana, thoughtful folk, and ecstatic gospel. Andersen’s stage presence is informed by decades of cutting his teeth in dusty clubs, dim-lit bars, and grand theatres all over the world, delivering soulful performances that run the gamut from intimate to wall-shaking. In the studio, he’s always brought the same attention to detail and commitment to craft as he has to his live show, and the result - a multi-faceted and poignant body of work - has led him to amass over 28 million streams on Spotify and 26 million views on YouTube. In addition to headlining major festivals, clubs and theatres throughout North America, Europe, and Australia, he has shared the stage and toured with Marcus King, Beth Hart, Marty Stuart, Greg Allman, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Randy Bachman, Serena Ryder, Tab Benoit, and more. Andersen nabbed the 2013 and 2016 European Blues Awards for Best Solo/Acoustic Act, was the first ever Canadian to take home top honours in the solo category at the 2010 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, won the CIMA Road Gold award in 2015, and has won multiple Maple Blues Awards. (this is a seated event)

Mar 08 Fri

Cathy Ladman

Door 6:30PM | Show 7:30PM | $25 in advance and day of show

Kathy is a comedy legend performing stand up all over the world. She has made acting appearances in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Modern Family, Mad Men and written episodes for Roseanne, King of Queens and Caroline in the City, where she had a recurring role. (this is a seated event)

Mar 22 Fri

Sam Burchfield

Door 7PM | Show 8PM | $17 in advance | $20 day of show

Sam Burchfield’s latest record ‘Scoundrel’ begins a new saga. The record dives into 11 tales of greed, betrayal, desire, heartache, despair- and redemption. “We recorded these songs on my friend’s farm in South Georgia, tracking live in the same room. It felt right,” Sam recalls of the pre-pandemic recording sessions. “It’s nice to finally have this record out. It’s sort of a marker of a new chapter for me. A new sound, a new direction, and a return to my roots really.” Ironically, the album artwork is an early 1900s photo of ‘Sam Burchfield, a veteran moonshiner of the Appalachians.’ A very distant Great-uncle, Burchfield claims. Sam grew up in Seneca, South Carolina, with roots in eastern Tennessee and western Carolina. Burchfield was raised on the mountains, and it’s an evident theme throughout his two EPs and two full length records. Reconnecting to the earth, and reconnecting to each other is the underlying passion that pushes the young songwriter to carry on. Sam is now settled in Jasper, GA with his lovely wife (artist Pip the Pansy) and newborn son. (this is a standing event.)

Mar 23 Sat

Crash Test Dummies

Door 7:00PM | Show 8:00PM | $40 in advance | $45 day of show

In 2018, 25 years afer the release of their multi-Grammy nominated hit album “God Shuffled His Feet”, The Crash Test Dummies hit the road for the first time in 20 years with an Anniversary Tour that spanned North America. The overwhelming reception led to a 30th Anniversary Tour in 2022 for their debut release “The Ghosts That Haunt Me” that touched down in the US, UK, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Canada. And the band is showing no signs of slowing down . . . “ Touring again was not something we’d planned on, but surprisingly – at least to me – there are lots of people who many years later, still want to come and hear us. The folks that are coming out to see these shows tell us their stories, some of them very funny, some very dark and all very personal. It’s very humbling, being in the confidence of so many people” says lead singer-songwriter Brad Roberts, “and it has inspired us to continue to tour and make music.” (this is a standing event.)

Mar 29 Fri

“Me, Myself, & Us” Concert Series w/ Special Guests: Tony Franklin, Scott Page, and Kenny Olson

7:00pm to 10:00pm | $75 in advance and day of show

The anti-establishment genre we know as "Rock and Roll", truly knows no boundaries: Multiple decades that define individuality and cultural expression. Through it all, the songs of the 70s, 80s, and 90s have left an undeniable mark on society and in our every day lives, becoming a part of our routines in the present and undoubtedly... the future. On March 29th, Thomas Claxton’s “Me, Myself, & Us” Concert Series takes a trip back in time, welcoming Special Guests: Scott Page (Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Toto), "The Fretless Monster" Tony Franklin (The Firm, Whitesnake, Blue Murder), and Kenny Olson (Kid Rock & The Twisted Brown Trucker Band), three Performing Artists that helped shape the music that we all know and love. Tony Franklin (Bass): “The Fretless Monster” (as he’s often referred to), Tony Franklin is the founding bassist of the Supergroup “The Firm” alongside the legendary founding member of Led Zeppelin: Jimmy Page, and equally as legendary founding Vocalist of Bad Company: Paul Rogers. Tony’s illustrious career has seen him touring and recording with a number of household names and appearing on shows ranging from the “Late Show with David Letterman” to “Good Morning America”. In 2006, Fender released the “Tony Franklin Fretless Precision Bass” and in 2008, the “Tony Franklin Fretted Precision Bass”. Scott Page (SAX): Most performers are lucky to be a touring / recording member of any legendary band... much less THREE OF THEM! Technologist and musician Scott Page made his mark in the world of music with THREE of the world's most iconic bands: Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto. Currently the CEO of the LA-based media company, “Think:EXP”, which focuses on live immersive entertainment, Scott continues to leave his stamp of incredible talents to each of his projects and brings forward an innovative vision for the industry through now-available modern technologies. Kenny Olson (GUITAR): Detroit, Michigan guitarist Kenny Olson is the founding guitarist for Kid Rock’s “Twisted Brown Trucker Band” and also helped co-write many of the band’s groundbreaking hits, with credits including the ultra-successful "Devil Without a Cause", which sold over 14 MILLION copies. Kenny’s numerous stage credits range from the Super Bowl Halftime Show to rocking the masses at Woodstock ’99 and countless other major festivals and stadiums. To quote Keith Richards: “Kenny Olson is one of the best rock guitarists on the scene right now.” The band will also feature Eric Frampton (Keyboards): Career performing artist Eric Frampton has worked with namess ranging from The B-52s to Collective Soul and Mothers Finest to Paul Simon and has also produced commercial music from entities ranging from the Atlanta Braves to the QVC network. Mark Vaquer (Drums): Aside from the drumming obvious throughout his 30+ year career, Vaquer is also featured in globally distributed publications such as “The Lennon Letters” due to his industry-respected knowledge on Beatles history and memorabila. Mark Vaquer, a Savannah native, is also a founding member of Savannah-based “Shut Up and Drive”. and… “Me, Myself, & Us” Concert Series Founder:* Thomas Claxton (Lead Vocals): Classically-trained Vocalist and native of Effingham County, Claxton’s career has seen him perform and/or record with various members of bands such as David Bowie, Tina Turner's band, Jane’s Addiction, Three Dog Night, Parliament-Funkadelic, Satriani, Huey Lewis and The News, and more. He’s also opened shows for the likes of Mike + The Mechanics, The Marshall Tucker Band, and Quiet Riot and has been featured by Acoustic Guitar Magazine, The NAMM Show’s “Oral History Program”, and “The Talking Up Music Education” podcast. We're beyond proud to welcome these celebrated artists to this Concert Series event and look forward to sharing the evening with you all! You never know what surprises may be in store for this amazing night…

Apr 04 Thu

Rondell Sheridan

Door 6:30PM | Show 7:30PM | $25 in advance | day of show

Rondell started his comedy career in 1982. Within six months he was a regular at the New York Improv. He has appeared on the late night talk shows: Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien, and Craig Ferguson. However, not just a Stand-up comic, he’s also an actor who you’ve seen on over 200 half hour television shows, like NBC’s Minor Adjustments (a show he co-created), Nickelodeon’s Cousin Skeeter, and Cory in the House! However he’s probably best known as Chef Victor, the lovable dad on Disney’s ‘That’s So Raven’.His newest project he is presenting is called: If you are over 40 and you know it, clap your hands. He’s also co-hosted/hosted talk shows like Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus. (this is s seated event)

Apr 12 Fri


Door 7PM | Show 8PM | $20 in advance | $25 day of show

The six-piece band from Cleveland, Ohio may be far from any tropical islands, but that doesn’t stop them from dishing out an interesting mix of reggae, hip-hop, and high energy funk for audiences across the country. Unapologetically original, Tropidelic has a deep and widespread appreciation for music that can be heard in each note. Some of the members are hip-hop heads, while others are into metal, funk or reggae. Each of these genres lends something to their collective sound. Quickly elevating themselves in the live circuit, Tropidelic can be found spreading their soulful sound across the country in both intimate venues and music festivals, having shared the stage with and supported such acts as 311, Slightly Stoopid, The Dirty Heads, Pepper, The Flobots and Wookiefoot. Previously, Tropidelic has been featured at Electric Forest, California Roots Music & Art Festival, Reggae Rise Up, Warped Tour and 311 Caribbean Cruise, as well as the host of their own annual Freakstomp Music Festival. Tropidelic has put in their ten thousand hours, and they have arrived on the national scene to the delight of their ever growing and rapturous fans. (this is a standing event)

Apr 13 Sat

Tim Montana

Door 7:00PM | Show 8:00PM | $20 in advance | $25 day of show

For as much as Tim Montana may be known as a wild man (and he certainly is), he really asserts himself as a tried-and-true storyteller. His story has twisted and turned with the unforgiving unpredictability of a Montana winter. He went from a rough youth spent off-the-grid in a trailer powered by a faulty generator to captivating a devout global fanbase, dropping successful independent albums, selling out shows, and earning the endorsement of childhood heroes such as Dave Grohl. At 21-years-old, Tim settled in Music City. He busted his ass and found a way to be heard. He caught the attention of David Letterman who personally booked Montana on The Late Show with David Letterman. Unlocking a creative chemistry with Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, their collaborations included “This Beard Came Here to Party,” which served as the anthem for the 2013 World Series champion Boston Red Sox and the Nashville Predators during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. He co-wrote radio hits for Kid Rock such as “Tennessee Mountain Top” and “Greatest Show On Earth” for 2017’s Sweet Southern Sugar—which bowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. Charlie Sheen espoused his admiration for Tim on social media and wound up directing the music video for “Mostly Stoned.” Following 2021’s Long Shots, Tim he let his grunge flag fly, while still telling the kind of stories fans fell in love with in the first place. Now, he infuses Space Needle-shaking grunge grit with a different kind of frontier poetry, bringing together vivid lyricism, vulnerable melodies, and vicious distortion. He's formally introducing himself on a series of 2023 singles for BBR Music Group/BMG, beginning with “Devil You Know.” (this is a standing event)

Apr 19 Fri

Sun Room

Door 8:00PM | Show 9:00PM | $20 in advance | $25 day of show

Born and raised in SoCal’s surf-rock scene, Sun Room, quickly went from getting the cops called on them for playing too loudly at house shows to performing their music in sold out room across dozens of countries. After a series of unexpected viral moments, two of their songs were included on the hit Netflix series, Outer Banks, which continued the wave of excitement online. So within just six months of the band forming, Sun Room went on to sell out a run of shows across the US, support Louis Tomlinson's North and South American tour, and support Inhaler in Europe. Making their way back to the US in Fall 2022, Sun Room embarked on their first headline tour across North America, selling over 13,000 tickets. Getting back on the road in Spring 2023, the band toured the US with Inhaler, then went straight into their own headline run, playing across beach towns in Florida and ending at Shaky Knees festival. After returning home to San Diego for the summer, Sun Room finished their latest EP “At Least I Tried” - A 4 track EP produced by Zac Carper from FIDLAR, one of the band’s biggest influences growing up in the California DIY scene. The project was met with great responses from the public, scoring playlist covers across DSPs, a highlight from Iggy Pop on BBC 6 and DIY Mag describing them as “a band so unashamedly indebted to the garage rock’n’roll of decades past...” With new music on the way, Sun Room is gearing up for another busy year of touring, working with dream collaborators, and still finding time to make it back to Southern California to surf with friends. (this is a standing event)

Apr 20 Sat

Pony Bradshaw

Door 7PM | Show 8PM | $20 in advance | $25 day of show

A devoted reader of fiction, poetry, and literature in general, Pony Bradshaw credits the rich imagery in his songs not so much to his appreciation for the songwriters who came before him but to his nearly lifelong commitment to reading. For this is a writer that draws from a wider well than just the Great American Songbook. With such vivid lyrics as “teeth stained red with Lebanese wine, long hair … in sweeps of oil blacker than a cypress pool,” one might think he bases his characters on the people he interacts with in his home of North Georgia; but in fact, these are composite characters compiled from fragments he’s collected from various avenues, songs he usually starts with just a line or two and then cultivates for years. Bradshaw notes, “John Ciardi, the great translator of Dante, said ‘the true mark of any writer is in the choices he makes.’ That’s always stuck with me. In essence, our choices make poets out of us.” The new album "North Georgia Rounder" is a musical travelogue that includes stops along the Conasauga River, visits to the holler, and a few diversions — nearby Knoxville plays a supporting role, as do Louisiana and Arkansas. It’s an impressionistic journey of introspection and connection all at once — a modern-day rendering of the mythos of Appalachia. (this is a standing event)

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