30 Cumberland St, Charleston South Carolina 29401
843-722-1829 Toll Free: 800-348-7270
This original production by Clay Rice features local performers singing traditional and original songs from Charleston's heritige. Civil War related content sometimes appears on the program. A real effort is made to present most of the show in the Gullah dialect of the coastal sea islands, the actual language spoken by coastal habitants. Several authentic spirituals of the period are also included. Upbeat original pop numbers composed by Clay Rice round out the program. Guests are invited to experience traditional Lowcountry folk songs and spirituals, interwoven with stories of Sea Island and Gullah culture.
Other Art nearby:
(Charleston) African American Gallery.
(Charleston) American Theater
(Charleston) Bentley Art and Simmons Clay
(Charleston) City Hall Gallery-Charleston
(North Charleston) Cultural Arts Program, North Charleston
(Charleston) Elizabeth Lyle Gallery
05/06 Coming to The Charleston area
Colleton County Rice Festival Walterboro SC April26-28 Rice Run-Walk, Dog Show, Open Car Show. Performance by Common Ground.
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Glennville Sweet Onion Festival Glennville GA May11 Glennville's biggest annual event, the Glennville Sweet Onion Festival, has hosted over 35 years of events, and sunny skies have just about shone upon every one. The festive day on the second Saturday of each May celebrates the harvesting of the famous Vidalia sweet onion crop.
Spoleto Festival Charleston SC May24-June9 Spoleto Festival has firmly established itself as one of the world’s major arts festivals and as one of the most significant arts organizations in the Southeast.
Effingham Oktoberfest Effingham GA September27-28 The Effingham Oktoberfest is supported and organized by the Effingham County Chamber of Commerce. The Festival is free and open to the public and parking shuttles run continuously.