ToReleaseIstoResolveThe PopCulteer
May 29, 2015

Putting the lie to recent “conversations” about how there’s nothing to do in this town of ours, we have a weekend loaded with music, comedy and cool stuff. We are just bringing you the tip of the iceberg here. Much of this is free of charge, so you have no excuse to just sit at home and feel sorry for yourself. Get out and do something. Be part of Charleston! Let’s jump right in…


West Virginia’s homegrown metal heroes bring the sounds of their new chart-topping CD, To Release is To Resolve, to The Monkey Barrel Saturday night, with all the details in this handy graphic…


Tape Age

Live on the Levee tonight features Tape Age, whose debut performance can be seen on The RFC MINI SHOW below, with opening act Meet Me At The Matinee kicking off at Haddad Riverfront Park at 6:30 PM.

No Pants Players


Free Music

Friday’s cover-free shows include Mark Bradley at Taylor Books at 7 PM, Marshall Petty at The Fifth Quarter at 8 PM, Aaron Scott at The Village of Otto at 8 PM, and Dugan Carter and Friends at Bruno’s on Leon Sullivan Way at 9 PM. Also, I believe this event is free…


Saturday there will be an epic free drum circle at The East End Bazaar starting at 11:30 AM. Julie Adams and Steve Hill will perform, cover-free, at Taylor Books beginning at 7 PM. Aaron Scott takes his act to Miss Kitty’s Place in Campbell’s Creek at 8 PM.

More Weekend Music







That’s it for this week’s not-to-controversial PopCulteer. Check back for all our regular features so that you can keep up with all the cool stuff happening in town and elsewhere.