- Associated Press - Thursday, June 30, 2016

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A series produced by the lead guitarist and songwriter for one of South Carolina’s most popular bands is going on air this summer.

Mark Bryan’s “Live at the Charleston Music Hall” airs Thursday on public television stations throughout South Carolina with back-to-back episodes featuring performances by Edwin McCain and Sam Bush. Another run next month features “American Idol” finalist Elise Testone and Stop Light Observations, a band popular with South by Southwest and Bonnaroo audiences.

The shows were taped last year. Bryan, of Hootie & the Blowfish fame, says the program is a way to showcase Charleston’s vibrant music scene, as well as a beautiful, historic venue.

The Charleston Music Hall was a passenger station built in the mid-19th Century. It’s been a performance venue for the past 20 years.





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