Savannah, GA, December 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- On Wednesday December 21, 2011, Matt Muschamp, Owner of Lowcountry Films and Daniel S. Robertson, owner of The Live Wire Music Hall will be joining forces once again. Together, they will be presenting a 90 minutes special feature containing a compilation of Lowcountry Films’ concert shoots at the Live Wire Hall since its inception.
This first installment of a documentary series of concert performances will include coverage of acts by Big Gigantic, George Porter Jr., Betsy Kingston & the Crowns, and the Eric Culberson Band at The Live Wire Music Hall as well as a collection of Muschamp’s other Savannah talent recordings of bands like Junkyard Angel, Stewart & Winfield, Wormsloew, Domino Effect and The Trainwrecks, amongst many more.
“I have always been fascinated by the vast musical talent that Savannah has to offer and when The Live Wire Music Hall opened its doors, a mutual collaboration between our two companies was a natural fit,” said Muschamp and added, “I feel honored to be able to highlight these many local musicians in my first documentary viewing.”
The documentary premiere will be presented at The Live Wire Music Hall on Wednesday December 21, 2011 between 8:30pm and 10pm. That evening – as is the case on all Wednesdays - Robertson will also be hosting Live Wire’s Open Mic Night with Eric Culberson. Admission to the Lowcountry Film documentary debut and Open Mic Night at Live Wire Music Hall is free.
“The Live Wire Music Hall is always proud to have local musicians perform on its stage since it feels great to support Savannah and its local businesses,” said Robertson. “We feel privileged to be showcasing our many guests that have visited and played at The Live Wire Music Hall.”
About Low Country Films: Founded in 2010, Lowcountry Films specializes in the production of professional video/audio documentation for live concerts/music videos in Savannah, GA and all the surrounding lowcountry. Visit www.lowcountryfilms.com for more information.
About The Live Wire Music Hall: The Live Wire Music Hall prides itself to being a primary host to Savannah’s local music talent as a concert venue. In addition, it features more national talent than any other venue in town.