"As the lead guitarist and co-founder of Hootie & the Blowfish, Mark Bryan became somewhat of a musical icon throughout the musical scene of the Carolinas, but the trio of hometown shows that the musician has coming up this week truly shows the range he has as a performer."
"Hear an exclusive interview with Mark Bryan, followed by a live acoustic recording from his new album "Songs of the Fortnight," out today."
"People come from all over but there’s also this hardcore local following. A lot of them are people that grew up seeing us or used to see us in college. I love that it’s a chance to reconnect with them every year. Our fan base has always been shocking to me, even when we go around the country. When you actually have that big of a crowd at home, there’s nothing quite like it."
"The Hootie & the Blowfish guitarist and founding member is making a big splash in Charleston's music scene with an Emmy-winning live show on SCETV and PBS this fall and as manager of local breakout band Stop Light Observations."
"Mark Bryan wears many hats. Best known as the guitarist co-founder of Hootie and the Blowfish, he also runs an after-school music program for kids and just won an Emmy for producing the PBS music series Live at the Charleston Music Hall. He’s lived in South Carolina for decades, and a concert there when he was in college inspired a track on his new album. It’s a good story, so we’ll let him tell it"
"The two-time Grammy winner kicks off 11-song disc "Songs of the Fortnight" with a video for single "Forgetting About Me," premiered by Guitar World."