Bands at the PIT
An up-and-coming local star, Ten Toes Up provides blues, rock, and alternative rock on the playbill.
Formed in Pawley's Island in 1999, Sawgrss incorporates varied musical influences. Out emerges a style that the band refers to as AcoustiLectric BluesGrass.
A well-known local talent: their hard rocking blues are reminisce of Stevie Ray Vaughn, Robert Johnson, and John Lee Hooker.
Also known as Gary Erwin of SCS, coordinator of the Lowcountry Blues Bash, this South Carolina-based musician/singer/songwriter is a purveyor of "Lowcountry Blues and Original Songs."
Menace to Sobriety
Fills the PIT with many fun nights throughout the year, including their annual St. Patrick's Day party.
Southern Goth meets Blues: Asheville-based Leigh Glass has penned positively electric blues since 2003.
Guitarist and vocalist Reid Stone, of Charleston, SC, fronts his own band with a special blend of Americana, Southern rock, and a Mississippi Hill Country flair.
Old You is a new Charleston band that stands out from the crowd. The lady-fronted quartet displays a satisfying eagerness and a plump 'n' soulful mix of musical styles.
Rarely could an artist be said to transcend, yet include, the most raw and real elements of Delta blues, roots rock, folk, funk and rap. Nevertheless, that’s exactly what Bret Mosley does, wrestling deftly with longing, belonging, and world-weariness.