By Linda Sickler/SMN
David Olney has worked as a professional musician for more than four decades.
“Early on, I saw that I had a knack for it and that it kind of really grabbed my interest like nothing else did,” he says. “Even before I was playing gigs, I was thinking about music a lot.
“That was just playing. When I found I could write songs, it became the main part of my life, the thing I could do the best.”
An Evening with Americana Legend David Olney will be presented Aug. 18 at the Tybee Post Theater. Read more….
By Anna Chandler/ConnectSavannah
Since teaming up for The Accomplices’ unforgettable EP release show at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, The Accomplices and Folly Beach’s Dangermuffin have become regular collaborators and bill-sharers. Now they’re back, with a special performance at Tybee Post Theater.
For eight years, Dangermuffin has been a folk favorite, blending roots rock with Americana, jam, and Lowcountry easy-livin’ vibes. On their latest album, Songs for the Universe (2014), the band employed pitch shifts and frequencies that are considered to be harmonious with the human body. The band of vegans value a respect for our planet and its healing powers. Keller Williams fans won’t want to miss “Little Douglas,” a collaboration that features the guitar virtuoso on bass and backing vocals.
Saturday, September 10,
8 p.m., $20, all-ages