St. Augustine is a music city of it’s own kind. Home to hundreds of local musicians and one of Florida’s most successful concert venues, The St. Augustine Amphitheatre, you can count on this seaside town to get your toes tapin’ with our open mic nights, outdoor concert venues and nationally acclaimed performances.
The transition from rock and roll to Hawaiian music was born out of curiosity, but now Big Pineapple can't get enough of the island sound.
The inaugural festival debuts this month with performances by renowned music artists Ben Rector, Foy Vance, Clare Bowen, and Lele Rose.
With gospel roots and a reggae sound, Rachael Miller is building her success on collaboration and a passion for her craft.
Once he found his calling, this Buffalo, New York native hit the ground running and hasn't stopped since.
Grab a friend and head out to enjoy the sounds of the Ancient City at a local venue.
Get acquainted with the artists shaking up the St. Augustine music scene during this year's festival.
For most of us, tuning into a classic rock station on the car stereo is a pretty common thing. Drummer Oleg Shkolyar never had that chance.
Determined to define her own destiny at a relatively early age, St. Augustine native Emma Moseley has forged an uncompromising musical path to success.
Now and again, an act comes along with hearts full of gratitude for a city embracing them with arms wide open.
It’s been said that being in a band is a lot like being married. Well, these two longtime local musicians have been putting that theory to the test for the last 40 years.