Eligible to artists who didn’t meet the criteria for any other category (maybe they didn’t release anything new in 2020) — but you still feel deserves to be recognized.
Riot pop outfit based in Greenville.
A singer/songwriter from Spartanburg, Smith has been a part of the scene for the past 16 years as a performing musician and as the founder of Sunday Songwriters — a weekly open mic and featured artist performance program that encourages
Greenville pop artist Jessica James is a globetrotter in the truest sense. Born in Brooklyn then moving to Florida, she eventually landed in Costa Rica as a teenager — joining the church choir and led most of the choir solos.
McAde is a teenage Spartanburg-based punk rock singer-songwriter and guitarist — inspired by bands like Nirvana, Black Sabbath, The Ramones, and The Stooges.
Facebook – http://facebook.com/McAdeDixonMusic
Twitter – http://twitter.com/DixonLodis
A house show venue based in Greenville that features a screen printing collective, a huge garden, and a hot tub. Over the years, they’ve raised over $1000 for charities by hosting shows.
Greenville’s Robert Gowan is a member of gypsy rock band Wasted Wine, plays violin with My Girl, My Whiskey and Me, owns + operates video / audio production company Other Southern, and helps with local music and film of all
Gallagher is a diverse drummer and musician based in Greenville that provides his talents to countless projects like SESH, Apricot Blush, Trevor Hewitt, and more.
Apricot Blush: http://apricotblush.bandcamp.com
Trevor Hewitt: http://spoti.fi/3rBDvU0
Keith is one half of the Greenville instrumental pop duo Wirewood, as well as the Music Director at Grace Presbyterian Spartanburg. He invented and brought to market a new musical instrument called “The Glide” that features two controllers interacting with
The Shady Recruits are a funky, jazzy, and heavily improvisational 5-piece band from Greenville, South Carolina featuring Jack Ryan and Justin Johnson of the Marcus King Band.
Official Website: http://theshadyrecruits.com
Andrew is the singer and guitarist of Greenville-based psychedelic folk rock band Brother Oliver, as well as a producer/engineer for his own Forthright Records. He invented a music accessory product called “Dummiez” that protects amps, controllers, and other 1/4″ electronics