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You are invited
to a South by Southeast Music Feast
at the Historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot at 851 Broadway
... an intimate, non-smoking, listening venue.

Featuring Fantastic Live Music
from NewGrass to Blues and Rock & Roll to Jazz 

to the SxSE MUSIC FEAST featuring

Tellico Band

at the Depot SATURDAY, March 30th

See Upcoming SxSE Event Details Below.

Thanks, New South Brewing for the Best Beer in the South.

Please support South by Southeast by
joining us for our wonderful Music Feasts.

Unless otherwise noted, admission includes FREE Potluck Dinner - Southern Style... from BBQ, Pizza & Premium Hot Dogs to Covered Dishes and Desserts. FREE Beverages including excellent New South Draft Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, Coffee and Water. Menu may vary. 

And, it's for a GREAT CAUSE! A local, non-profit/charitable organization, SxSE supports local school music programs. You can help by attending the SxSE Music Feasts listed below.

Student admissions (under 21) may be available at some events at a discounted rate. We appreciate your purchase of advance tickets online. It enables us to better prepare for each event and it makes sure you have tickets for the show. Advance online tickets can be purchased with credit card.
We can only accept payment by cash or check at the door.

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Check out the upcoming SxSE Concerts & Events below. 

Next Event
TELLICO at the Depot... Saturday, March 30, 2019

Tellico Band
The Asheville, N.C. band TELLICO creates an innovative sound that redefines what today's Southern Appalachian music can be... with vivid, original storytelling, vibrant musicianship, and intelligent arrangements.

At its core is the voice and guitar of Anya Hinkle, whose sound is rooted in the mountains of Virginia. The foil to her heartfelt singing is found in fellow songwriter, vocalist, bass and harmonica player, Greg "Stig" Stiglets. Veteran musicians Aaron Ballance (Dobro, lap & pedal steel) and Jed Willis (mandolin, clawhammer banjo, and electric guitar) complete the combo and hail from central North Carolina.

Their freshman effort - Relics and Roses - was well-received, gathering accolades and earning them stage appearances at the country's most prestigious festivals, including MerleFest, Bristol Rhythm & Roots, Gettysburg Bluegrass, and as Official Showcase Artist at IBMA's World of Bluegrass.

$25 advance; $30 door. Includes food, New South Beer, wine, other beverages, snacks and a FUN CONCERT. Best Deal in Town! Click and listen to...

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John Howie at the Depot... Saturday, September 28, 2019

John Howie and the Rosewood Bluff... center stage at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot. John formed the Two Dollar Pistols in '95 and churned out five full length CDs and an EP duet with Tift Merritt... and did a South by Southeast Music Feast before the Pistols broke up in 2008. He soon started up Rosewood Bluff and, with drummer Dave Hartman, bassist Billie Feather, guitarist Tim Shearer and pedal steel virtuoso Nathan Golub, produced their first album, Everything Except Goodbye.

Howie, Jr.'s future was set after seeing one of the Backsliders' first shows in Raleigh back in '92. An alt-country band, they were into Gram Parsons, the Burrito Brothers, Buck Owens... much like John was. Rosewood Bluff has shared the stage with legends such as George Jones and nouveaux stars Shovels and Rope.

Listen to "So Doggone Lonesome".
Listen to "Man I Used to Be" performed at the Pour House Music Hall.

Advance tickets are $25; $30 day of show.
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Music Feast at the Depot... Saturday, November 16, 2019
Performer and details to be announced.
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