By John Singer/DpSavannah
“That’s me, the man that put everything together,” laughs Sean Squires as he answers the phone.
The organizer of the upcoming inaugural Tybee Songwriter Festival says he’s thankful just to be on schedule in the wake of the Hurricane Dorian scare. “45 musicians is a whole lot of cats to herd, but I think we’ve finally got it figured out,” said Squires.
The festival will be a four-day series featuring songwriters from all across the United States and Canada in 17 performances at four different Tybee venues. While this year marks the island’s first official Songwriter Festival, Squires says the organization is striving to make the event an annual occurrence. READ MORE