MusicTo say that Charlotte is packed with scores of amazing musicians would be an understatement. Bands and soloists, virtuosos and divas, composers and performers – they’re all here, representing countless genres, recording and releasing, and gigging all over the city. Turn it up to 11 and get to know some of them right here in The Biscuit.
Donny and Marie (Osmond, for those unfamiliar with America’s favorite Mormon brother-and-sister act) introduced America to the concept of “A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock ‘n’ Roll” in 1978. (If you don’t associate Donny Osmond with “rock’n’ro… read more »
The COVID-19 pandemic may have silenced stages across the Queen City … but it hasn’t silenced musicians. Charlotte-based songwriters and performers have been busy over the last year. They’re eager to share their work. And, we’re ready to help. To cel… read more »
COVID-19 can do many terrifying things, but it can’t stop the music … or stageplays … or even laughter. Stages across Charlotte and the world were silent in 2020, but the performances went on. As we’ve covered in The Biscuit throughout this month, cr… read more »
Charlotte R & B singer Dexter Jordan is gifting us with his gorgeous voice and layered harmonies on the very week we all need the healing power of music. His new EP, Dexterity, is out now and it’s got a lineup that will have listeners searching… read more »
The Charlotte music scene is an interesting one — rap, R&B, gospel, spoken word and a plethora of others blend together to give those visiting and the ones who call this city home a feeling of finally gaining the respect for our artists. With th… read more »
Between COVID-19, the murder of George Floyd, the upcoming Presidential election and demonstrations, we’re all struggling with many emotions and foundational shifts underway across the country and the world. It’s difficult for many of us to put our t… read more »
With the success of the first Tosco Music Party – From Our Living Room to Yours raising over $20,000 for area musicians, a second virtual party is hitting the airwaves on Saturday, June 20th at 8pm. Made possible by a grant from the Charlotte-Meckl… read more »
As reported by WBTV, one Audrey Kell High School senior got creative after being deferred from Harvard University. While Harvard continues looking over his application, Ethan Kim wanted to make sure they knew what they’d be missing out on if he’s not… read more »
We love Charlotte. A lot. We at the Biscuit try to represent our city everyday and champion all of the creative energy it has to offer whenever we can. We’d like to think that we are the #1 fans of Charlotte but there is one man who loves Charlotte s… read more »
This week brought exciting news for stalwart of the Charlotte music scene, Harvey Cummings II. Harvey announced Tuesday that his ensemble would be playing in front of keynote speaker, Oprah Winfrey, at the 2019 UNCF Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Lunche… read more »
Each month, The Biscuit will feature Viewfinder, a gallery of selected photographs from some of our favorite Charlotte photographers. Today we feature some choice shots from creative renaissance man, Dave Butler – in particular, his work capturing im… read more »
This week on The Biscuit Podcast, co-producer and host Andy Goh serves up two servings of creative goodness. First up, a chat with Digi-Bridge founder David Jessup, Jr., on the heels of his recent announcement that he’ll be stepping down to return to… read more »
Those around Alesa Moore have always known she’s a singer. Now, thousands and thousands of people around the world know, too. She was recently awarded a HUG (Helpful Unfettered Gift) Micro-grant to assist her in creating a music video for one of her… read more »
Growing up with parents who supported their children’s creativity, Brit Drozda and her brother indulged a love of music from an early age. The wrote and performed together in high school and Brit accelerated her live performances at Davidson College…. read more »
Can you make music at Boingo Printing? With creativity and imagination … absolutely! Charlotte musician Jason Hausman of Hot Sake, along and his intrepid crew –cinematographer Ben Peremeau, editor Maverick Floyd, Groundcrew Studio and trumpet play… read more »
Jam on into the weekend with “The One” a new single from Charlotte’s Kat Holland. This one’s the opposite of NSFW. Crank it up. The office will thank you.
We challenged Emmy Award-winning composer + sound designer Jason Hausman of Hot Sakē to “play” a local business. He responded by creating this remarkable piece produced almost entirely with sounds captured at Not Just Coffee. Behold, Vol. 1 of Played… read more »
Byyyyyyy Golly! Inspired by the 250 Jingle Video, Matt Olin talks to Doug Karsaros about writing “By Mennen” & other famous jingles.
He rocked out The Voice … now he’s bringing his smooth stylings to The Jam. This week, Charlotte Star Room sends us “Truth” from Charlotte sensation, Jaron Strom.
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