While in Savannah, not only did we take photos, but we also took some video of different songs from artists we saw at Savannah Stopover. We hope you will discover something new that you love, much like we did at this wonderful festival.
Check out our Day 1 review here including Corners, Cobalt Cranes, Avers, and ELEL.
Here is Nashville’s ELEL performing their hit “40 Watt” at Wild Wings Cafe on Night 1 .
Corners were far and away one of the best sets of the festival. Here is a clip of one of their songs, damn these guys were great!
Check out our Day 2 review including Rose Quartz, Crazy Bag Lady, Turbo Fruits, Beach Day, Generationals, and more here.
Here is a clip of a song by the great songwriter 100 Watt Horse from Day 2:
See Caleb Caudle perform his stunning song “Trade All The Lights” below
Feel the love boiling out of Athens’ own Family and Friends below:
All Them Witches from Nashville, TN closed out night 2 with a bluesy rocker covering Abner Jay.
Day 3 was jam packed with great artists including Diarrhea Planet, Grand Vapids, Ruby The Rabbitfoot, Reptar and more. Check out our Day 3 review and wrap up of the festival here.
Watch the new and extremely talented Atlanta band Hare and the Hounds perform below
Watch Tall Tall Trees, a one man band with his light up banjo and looping skills perform at Trinity United Church. We love to watch Mike work his magic.
Matthew E. White celebrated the release of his sophomore album Fresh Blood with the packed out Savannah crowd at Trinity United Church.
Here is “Fruit Trees” off of Flesh Blood:
Next is “Feeling Good Is Good Enough” also off of Fresh Blood:
Watch San Fermin own the Trinity United Church stage:
Here is a clip of San Fermin breaking on down for ya:
Brooklyn’s Weather were one of those great new discoveries from StopoverV:
And then there is Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, this is what rock n roll is all about. They bring it every single performance.