December 30, 2022 at 6:00pm and 9:00pm
Tickets start at $85 (plus fees)
GRAMMY AWARD WINNER CHARLTON SINGLETON
A native of Awendaw, SC, Charlton Singleton began his musical studies at the age of three on the piano. Charlton leads his own ensembles that vary in size and style. He is a founding member of an ensemble called Ranky Tanky. In 2017 the group reached the top of the Billboard, iTunes, and Amazon Contemporary Jazz charts with their self-titled debut recording. In 2019 they accomplished the same feat with the release of their sophomore effort, “Good Time”, which recently won the 2019 Grammy Award for “Best Regional Roots Album”.
Emily Curtis is a soulful singer-songwriter with a southern flare. Following in her dad’s footsteps, the artist began making waves with her guitar and smooth vocals in the Charleston, SC music scene in 2015 and has since released a crowd funded EP and a steady stream of singles, some of which are signed to Concord Music Publishing and Koze Music. Her song “Sandcastles” premiered in American Songwriter Magazine in May 2021 with a music video, filmed in historic 20 South Battery mansion. She has also supported national acts such as Parmalee, Sister Hazel and hometown favorites Hootie & The Blowfish.
GRAMMY AWARD WINNER QUIANA PARLER
As lead vocalist, composer, lyricist for the Grammy award winning internationally- and critically acclaimed roots music group, Ranky Tanky, Parler spent weeks at #1 on several Billboard Jazz & Gospel charts. The group’s eponymous debut album has drawn praise and acclaim from some of the nation’s most discerning and respected music critics. In 2022, Quiana was honored as one of only 24 artists from around the world to create and teach the Musical Explorers curriculum for the prestigious Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall.