Sarah Mac Band

One of the Capital City’s most popular musical groups is calling it quits. The Sarah Mac Band will be breaking up at the end of the year.

The Sarah Mac Band

Among the many holiday traditions in the Capital City area is the year-end concert put on by one of Tallahassee’s favorite bands. Once again, it will take place in the historic Monticello Opera House this coming Saturday evening (12/17).

Steve Circeo

A legendary North Florida singer/songwriter is finding some of his words don’t need music to make their point. Grant Peeples said he never knows where or when the muse might strike, or what may prompt it.

Tallahassee’s Sarah Mac Band throws its own kind of holiday party at the Monticello Opera House this Saturday night. They’ll be featuring some of the songs from their latest CD that came out in October.

Sarah Mac
Tallahassee/Leon COCA

A local folk-rock trio has won the first-ever Americana Music Fest Contest sponsored by the Tallahassee-Leon Council on Culture and Arts. Thousands of voters chose the Sarah Mac Band to receive an all-expenses-paid trip to a music industry conference in Nashville.

On Thursday, lead singer Sarah Mac played the song “Baptised,” off the group’s forthcoming album, for supporters at the cultural council office.

Monticello’s historic opera house will be serving up a tasty musical buffet this Friday and Saturday.  Tom Flanigan reports the event will become a future “From the Heart Music Hour” on WFSU-TV.

Growing up in Pensacola during the sixties, Jim White was exposed to a surprising variety of musical influences.

“There was one radio station in town that played popular music and it played anything from schlock psychedlia to straight-up-country like Bobbi Gentry to the series of Motown artists that came out to pop, rock…it played everything.”