Kick back and soak up the sounds of four Southern singer-songwriters.
Leading this month’s lineup is folk/country artist Megan McMillian, who hails from the little town of Pinetucky, Alabama.
McMillian dabbled in guitar and piano as a teenager, but it wasn’t until age 22—in the midst of a divorce, early motherhood, and working two jobs—that she turned to her familiar old guitar for a release. After years of keeping her songs to herself, McMillian finally began performing live. Possessing a way with words and a rich vocal clarity, she has an exciting musical future ahead of her.
Savannah’s own Greg Williams returns to the Post Theater with his blues-infused folk. With a rock edge and commanding vocals, Williams’ unique sound has led him to open for the likes of John Mayer, Darius Rucker, Derek Trucks, and many more.
Singer-songwriter Phillip Wise makes his Savannah Songwriters Series debut. A gem of the open mic scene, Wise has been creating some of the most memorable, original tunes on the singer-songwriter circuit with a bright guitar and rich voice.
Robert Cooper, also of Savannah, finds inspiration in Southern swing, blues, folk and alt-rock and rounds out a solid bill of talent.
Sunday, June 5, 7 p.m., $10, all-ages