Blue Dogs celebrate 25th anniversary at Charleston Music Hall

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2013

The Blue Dogs will play the Charleston Music Hall on Sunday, Dec. 29. PROVIDED

Charleston Music Hall announces the South Carolina rock/bluegrass/country legends Blue Dogs will play the Charleston Music Hall on Sunday. Dec. 29. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8 p.m. with songs from Blue Dogs 25-year history. Some very special guests, to be announced soon, will also be taking the stage to celebrate the career of this amazing group.

Tickets went on on sale Monday, Oct. 21 for $20-$25 for orchestra and $17-$20 for gallery with special $50 VIP tickets (best seats in the house, complimentary beverages, loads of schwag) at Etix.com, Monster Music and Movies, Cats Music or can be purchased at the Box Office, 37 John St., 843-853-2252.

Blue Dogs are a critically acclaimed band from Charleston. This show marks their 25th anniversary together, with the culmination of a 100-plus show touring schedule in 2013. They have released nine albums available through iTunes and their distributor Redeye. “Once again we have to wonder why this bunch of roots rockers are one of the best bands you never heard of. A hard working outfit that rubs some mighty impressive elbows along their way, here they do a live recap and more of their 10 years as pros. Turning the crowd on with great ease, the Dogs deliver the goods and go on their merry way. Funtastic outing that simply lets the good times roll without pretense or affect,” writes The Midwest Record Recap.

For more information on the Blue Dogs concert, please visit the Charleston Music Hall and Facebook.

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