Columbia, Lexington is packed with live music shows in mid-August

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The rock trio of the Capital City Playboys perform on August 14 at the Art Bar.

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This weekend in Columbia and Lexington is filled with live music. No matter what sound you like, there is something here for you.

This expanded edition of The State’s live music roundup, which began last week, has shows from Thursday through next week. You can go see rap, country, punk, merengue and more.

Visit the websites of the sites for schedules, costs and other details.

Thursday August 12

Yesterday’s wine – American folk singer-songwriter duo. TO The main stage – 1624 Main Street, Colombia

Will pittman – Folk player with his art. TO State of the art – 2007 State Street, Cayce

Karaoke hosted by Party Jesus – $ 5, sing with all your heart. TO New Brookland Tavern – 122 State St., West Columbia

Rod Foster & Company – Jazz quartet jamming on bass. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

The regulars – Rock band bringing the hits. TO The tin roof – 1022, rue du Senate, Colombia

Keep flying, Long-term odds – Punk rock with modern touches. TO Curiosity café-bar – 2327 Main Street, Colombia

David Rodriguez & La Caravane Latine – Salsa, latin jazz, merengue, more. TO Gasket – 1710 Main Street, Colombia

Billy King – Music outside a large brewery. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Friday August 13

PATx, H3ro, The Bustercups, Milo Kobayashi, Double hit – Hardcore hiphop and heroic rhymes. TO New Brookland Tavern – 122 State St., West Columbia

Jeff Bradshaw – An award-winning trombonist who grooves. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

Trial by Fire (Travel Tribute) – Will play “Don’t stop believing”. TO The main stage – 1624 Main Street, Colombia

Blues by various musicians (5.30 p.m.), Amos Hoffmann & friends (9 p.m.) – Blues jam, gypsy jazz guitar. TO Gasket – 1710 Main Street, Colombia

Naked Bomb – Do you like blankets? They play them. TO Social grill – 1002 chemin AJ Amick, Irmo

Hillbilly Slip (Kevin MacC & Jacob Lyda) – Classic and western sounding country. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Trent Jeffcoat – The Lexington troubadour who never gives up. TO The hidden tavern – 240 Wing Hill Drive, Lexington

Relle (7 p.m.), Phillip michael parsons (10 p.m.) – Country, rock covers following the singer. TO The tin roof – 1022, rue du Senate, Colombia

Saturday August 14

King Clement, Unwanted guest, Trees that bleed, explode – Post punk, dreamy indie jangle. TO New Brookland Tavern – 122 State St., West Columbia

little baby, Kevin gates, City girls, Blacc Zacc – Back to the rap party at school. TO Colonial life arena – 801 Lincoln St., Colombia

Capitol City Playboys, Devils with a silver tongue (Greenville), Deaf Web Blues Intrusion – Direct rock ‘n’ roll. TO Art bar – 1211 Park St., Colombia

The Inabinett project with Mike G – Singer, saxophonist, smooth jazz ride. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

Shades of blue (6 p.m.), Jeff Lucero and his friends (9:30 p.m.) – Classic rock early and late. TO The tin roof – 1022, rue du Senate, Colombia

Villa-nova, Aim high – Perhaps the most popular rockers from Columbia. TO The main stage – 1624 Main Street, Colombia

Review – DJ, dance, drag, good times. TO The place – 1626 Main Street, Colombia

Marc Rapp, Amos Hoffmann, Sam Edwards, Brendan Bull – Jazz quartet playing Charlie Parker. TO Gasket – 1710 Main Street, Colombia

The bums of the river (13h) – Folk sounds of the American West. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Jack Marion and the Prophets Pearl Snap (5:00 p.m.) – Americana in the Jason Isbell vein. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Money-to-cash experience – Safe blankets to facilitate dancing. TO The hidden tavern – 240 Wing Hill Drive, Lexington

King Nothing (tribute to Metallica) – Ride lightning in Lexington. TO RF’s Corner Grill – 712 W Main St, Lexington

Sunday August 15th

Abbey Elmore Group – Mumford meets Lucinda Williams, sort of. TO Steel Hands Brewery – 2350 Foreman Street, Cayce

Wednesday August 18

Brittany turnip – The champion of Apollo releases an R&B album. TO Chayz Lounge – 607 Meeting Street, Western Colombia

Blues, beers and Qs – “best talent” offered by Columbia. TO The tin roof – 1022 rue du Senate,

This story was originally published August 12, 2021 4:13 pm.

David Travis Bland won the 2017 SC Press Association Judson Chapman Award for Community Journalism. He joined The State in 2018. He writes on crime, law enforcement and the criminal justice system. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2010.
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